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Taking a Hard Look at Our Research Data Support Through A Critical Lens

Hilary Davis & Susan Ivey

Conceptualizing Curation: A framework to guide libraries through the research data curation lifecycle

Susan Ivey & Moira Downey
Presentation from the Triangle Research Libraries Network's 2018 Annual Meeting

BabbleCor: A Crosslinguistic Corpus of Babble Development in Five Languages

Meg Cychosz, Amanda Seidl, Elika Bergelson, Marisa Casillas, Gladys Baudet, Anne Warlaumont, Camila Scaff, Lisa Yankowitz & Alejandrina Cristia
BabbleCor is a largescale, cross-linguistic corpus of infant babbling. Each clip has a unique ID. Speaker data can be referenced in the accompanying metadata file.

Character Strengths and Self-Compassion among Young Adults

Jordan Booker & Joshua Perlin
This is a multi-site project addressing the ways multiple aspects of character (curiosity, grit, hope, gratitude, forgiveness) may robustly inform individual differences in self-compassion across college- and community recruited adults, focusing predominantly on young adults from ages 18-to-24 years

Traditional Healers and Mental Health in Nepal: A Scoping Review

Tony Pham, Brandon Kohrt, Bonnie Kaiser, Rishav Koirala, Nawaraj Upadhaya, Sujen Maharjan & Lauren Franz

Closed-Minded Cognition: Right-Wing Authoritarianism is Negatively Related to Belief Updating Following Prediction Error

Alyssa Sinclair, Matthew Stanley & Paul Seli

Sports Vision Training in Collegiate Baseball Batters

Lawrence Appelbaum, Sicong Liu, Susan Hilbig, Kelsey Rankin, Maria Naclerio, Edem Asamoa, John LaRue & Kyle Burris

Monkey Penaltykick

Lun Yin
Data for Latent Goal Models for Dynamic Strategic Interaction by Shariq N. Iqbal, Lun Yin, Caroline B. Drucker, Qian Kuang, Jean-Francois Gariepy, Michael L. Platt, John Pearson, accepted by PLOS Computational Biology

Perceptions of Diversity Statements

Rebecca Ponce de Leon

Disentangling the roles of cue visibility and knowledge in adjusting cognitive control: A preregistered direct replication of the Farooqui and Manly (2015) study

Christina Bejjani, Jack Dolgin, Ziwei Zhang & Tobias Egner
This study has been accepted for publication: Bejjani, C., Dolgin, J., Zhang, Z., and Egner, T. (2020). Disentangling the roles of cue visibility and knowledge in adjusting cognitive control: A preregistered direct replication of the Farooqui and Manly (2015) study. Psychological Science, 31(4), 468-479. https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797620904045


Timothy Koves
Uncropped Blots for CELL-METABOLISM-D-19-00134 Disruption of acetyl-lysine turnover in muscle mitochondria promotes insulin resistance and redox stress without overt respiratory dysfunction

Methods Synopsis

Laura Warmuth & David Gill

Folk Intuitions and the Conditional Ability to Do Otherwise

Thomas Nadelhoffer, Siyuan Yin & Rose Graves

NASPSPA/STORK Pre-Conference Workshop on Open Science Practices

Christopher Hill, Keith Lohse, John Mills & Zachary Zenko
Files and materials from the NASPSPA/STORK pre-conference workshop on open science practices.

Systematic review of public evaluations of the LENA (TM) software

Alejandrina Cristia, Federica Bulgarelli & Elika Bergelson

Presentations Given by COS

, , Hannah Moshontz, Briana Wade, Terry Foor, Mirka Dirzo, Brian J. Geiger, Olivia Miske, Blaine Butler, Andrew Tyner, Abram Booth, Zachary Loomas, Olivia Lowrey, Nicole Pfeiffer, Macie Daley, Huajin Wang, Doug Corell, Sarah Lynch, Fielding L. Grasty, Brian Pilati, Alexis Rice, David Thomas Mellor, Fitz Elliott, Marcy Reedy, Matthew Frazier … & Matt Clark
A collection of slides for virtually all presentations given by Center for Open Science staff since its founding in 2013.

Dissociating the freely-moving thought dimension of mind-wandering from the intentionality and task-unrelated thought dimensions

Kevin O'Neill, Anna Smith, Paul Seli & Daniel Smilek
The recently forwarded family-resemblances framework of mind-wandering argues that mind-wandering is a multidimensional construct consisting of a variety of exemplars. On this view, membership in the mind-wandering family is graded along various dimensions that define more or less prototypical instances of mind-wandering. In recent work, three dimensions that have played a prominent role in defining prototypicality within the mind-wandering family include: (a) task-relatedness (i.e., how related the content of a thought is to an ongoing...

New Needs, New Approaches: Libraries as Technology Collaborators

Susan Ivey
Presentation for NISO's "That Cutting Edge: Technology’s Impact on Scholarly Research Processes in the Library". October 24, 2018

Differential Return on Investment: Academic Growth based on Initial Performance

Karen Rambo-Hernandez, Matthew Makel & Scott Peters

Resource-use optimization across the age gap: Older adults less effectively modulate their mind-wandering than young

Paul Seli & Kevin O'Neill
Preregistration, data, and materials used in Seli et al.'s paper entitled: " Resource-use optimization across the age gap: Older adults less effectively modulate their mind-wandering than young"

Questions Frequently Asked by Marine Mammal Density Surface Modelers

Jason Roberts, Dave Miller, Elizabeth Becker, Phil Bouchet, Megan Ferguson, Tina Yack, Pat Halpin & Len Thomas
A collection of methodology questions, with answers, frequently asked by density surface modelers during marine mammal modeling projects

Cross-Cultural Examinations of Racially Ambiguous Face Categorizations: A Taiwanese and American Comparison

Sarina Hui-Lin Chien & Sarah Gaither
The primary goal of the project was to compare Eastern and Western Asian children’s multiracial categorization to biracial Black/White and Asian/White stimuli.

Keeping Secrets

Mark Leary & Alisa Bedrov

LENA its files from daylong recordings collected in Vietnam

Hillary Ganek & Alice Eriks-Brophy
This component contains data and metadata for recordings gathered in Thuan An, Binh Duong, Vietnam in 2014 and 2015.

Registration Year

  • 2019

Resource Types

  • Text


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  • Center For Open Science
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