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Psychopathy and Boldness: Replicating Gatner et al. (2016)

Brinkley Sharpe, Donald Lynam & Josh Miller
The goal of the present study is to provide a replication of Gatner et al. (2016). Specifically, we will examine whether Boldness bears curvilinear relations to criteria, provides incremental predictive utility, and/or interacts with the other domains from Triarchic Model of Psychopathy (TPM; Patrick et al., 2009). We do this with an eye to increasing the statistical power to detect increments in variance accounted, interactions and curvilinear relationships—the critical tests of interest. We do so...

The Relation between Narcissism and Aggression: A Meta-Analysis

Tianwei Du & Donald Lynam

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Partnering Across Research Services

Megan Potterbusch, Natalie Meyers, Reid Boehm, Judy Ruttenberg, Vicky Rampin, Daina Bouquin & Amanda Gooch
Please add success stories and lessons learned about developing service partnerships across campus for using the OSF. E.g. Conversations about IRB requirements and OSF options. Rolling out OSF for Institutions on your campus. Office of Research conversations about research support including compliance and beyond.

Systematically Testing the Prevalence, Nature, and Effect Size of Trait-by-Trait Interactions Using Data from the Life Outcomes Of Personality Replication (LOOPR) Project

Colin Vize, Donald Lynam, Brinkley Sharpe, Christopher Soto & Josh Miller
Personality researchers have posited multiple ways in which the relations between personality traits and life outcomes may be moderated by other traits. Such trait-by-trait interactions are of theoretical interest in many areas of personality psychology, but there are well-known difficulties in reliable detection of interaction effects. Estimating the prevalence and magnitude of trait-by-trait interactions is much needed, as this information can inform whether a given study is well-suited to detect interaction effects. In the proposed...

Efficacy and safety of pembrolizumab for treating advanced non-small-cell lung cancer: a meta-analysis of phase II and III randomized controlled trials

Tianyao Gong, Lei Liu, Yufei Liu, Ke Liu, Yang Yang, Liuying Li & Chuantao Zhang
We conducted a meta-analysis to systematically review the efficacy and safety of pembrolizumab for advanced NSCLC. Databases were searched for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) treated with pembrolizumab till July 2021. Seven RCTs and 3988 patients were included. Our analysis suggests that pembrolizumab was more effective at improving PFS (HR, 0.59; 95% CI: 0.43–0.79; p = 0.0005), OS (HR, 0.65; 95% CI: 0.55–0.76; p < 0.00001) and ORR (RR, 1.85; 95% CI: 1.64–2.09; p < 0.00001)...

Extraction and characterization of a functional protein from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf

Si-Yuan Luo, Zhi Huang, Xi Chen, Min-Hua Zong & Wen-Yong Lou
Natural plant-derived protein with excellent bioactivities has attracted much attention so a functional protein with molecular weight of 15.2 kDa was extracted from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf for the first time. Under the pH of 12.0, solid-liquid ratio of 1:40 (w/v), extraction time of 2.0 h, and extraction temperature of 50 °C, the highest extracting efficiency (79.25 ± 0.78%) of the Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf protein (MLP) was achieved. The main structure of MLP contained...

The use of covariates in structural MRI research

Courtland Hyatt, Max Owens, NATHAN CARTER, Donald Lynam & Josh Miller

Reading List

Natalie Meyers & Reid Boehm
Workshop Reading List on Mendeley at: https://www.mendeley.com/groups/8753661/daspos/papers/

The Liar's Dividend: The Impact of Deepfakes and Fake News on Trust in Political Discourse

Daniel Schiff & Kaylyn Schiff

Example projects

Megan Potterbusch, Natalie Meyers, Ian Sullivan, Reid Boehm, Judy Ruttenberg, Courtney Soderberg, Anna Newman, Vicky Rampin, Daina Bouquin & Amanda Gooch

State Workbooks

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Merging Structural and Process-related Approaches to the Study of Agreeableness: A Pre-registered Replication and Extension

Colin Vize & Donald Lynam
Agreeableness is one of the major domains included within prominent hierarchical models of personality like the Five-factor Model (FFM). (Low) agreeableness has shown to be the strongest correlate of a variety of antisocial behaviors relative to the other FFM domains. Though there is substantial evidence that (low) agreeableness is arguably the most important personality correlate of various antisocial behaviors, this evidence is descriptive and provides little information on the direction or processes underlying the relation....

They Are Such an Asshole: Identifying Exemplars of Aversive Interpersonal Behavior

Brinkley Sharpe, Donald Lynam & Josh Miller
Among English speakers in the United States, common insults (e.g. “asshole”) convey a message about the personality of the target. In a multi-method exploration of the nomological networks of insults, Hyatt and colleagues (2019) found that these words were uniformly associated with antagonism (or low agreeableness). In the present study, we aim to replicate and extend these findings by focusing on the insult “asshole” (a common insult used to refer to both men and women)....

US Cattle Traceability Information - State Government Web Information Resource Analysis

Reid Boehm
This is a content analysis of state government cattle traceability information resources from all 50 states. I searched the state department of agriculture website and the cooperative extension website in each state for the first 10 records pertaining to cattle traceability (additional search terms were used to account for some of the discrepency in terminology) Information topics, types, formats, and elements of information quality were evaluated. The study used state-level demographic data from the NASS...

Describing the competences of regulatory scientists in sub-Sharan Africa for regulatory registration and inspection to improve the safety, quality and efficacy of medical products– A qualitative systematic review

Abigail Ekeigwe, Kari Clase, Steve Byrn, Paddy Shivanand, Bethany McGowan & Loran Parker
A project to develop a competency framework for regulatory scientists in sub_Saharan Africa involved in regulatory registration and inspection

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Extraction and characterization of a functional protein from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf

Si-Yuan Luo, Zhi Huang, Xi Chen, Min-Hua Zong & Wen-Yong Lou
Natural plant-derived protein with excellent bioactivities has attracted much attention so a functional protein with molecular weight of 15.2 kDa was extracted from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf for the first time. Under the pH of 12.0, solid-liquid ratio of 1:40 (w/v), extraction time of 2.0 h, and extraction temperature of 50 °C, the highest extracting efficiency (79.25 ± 0.78%) of the Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf protein (MLP) was achieved. The main structure of MLP contained...

Searching high and low for replicable associations between brain morphometry and personality

Courtland Hyatt, Brinkley Sharpe, Max Owens, NATHAN CARTER, Josh Miller, Donald Lynam & Benjamin Listyg
Please see posted pre-registration on the main project page.

Network analysis hyperlinks

Reid Boehm
Hyperlinks for use in Network analysis collected from external links from all 50 states websites: The Department of Ag and the State Extension office

Hypotheses

Benjamin Hadden & Christopher Agnew

OSF Toolkit for Digital Scholarship Support

Megan Potterbusch, Natalie Meyers, Reid Boehm, Judy Ruttenberg, Anna Newman, Vicky Rampin, Daina Bouquin & Amanda Gooch
Space for documentation, slides, and other resources for librarians, archivists and other information professionals interested in offering OSF based services. This toolkit began as a result of the Washington, DC, 2016-2017, National Digital Stewardship Residency

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Registration Year

  • 2021
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Resource Types

  • Text
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Affiliations

  • Purdue University
    56
  • University of Notre Dame
    8
  • New York University
    7
  • Center For Open Science
    7
  • North West Agriculture and Forestry University
    6
  • Sun Yat-sen University
    6
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    6
  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
    6
  • George Washington University
    6
  • Sichuan University
    6