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Additional file 2 of Effectiveness and cost effectiveness of digital hearing aids in patients with tinnitus and hearing loss: a randomised feasibility trial (THE HUSH Trial)

Rachel H. Haines, Trish Hepburn, Wei Tan, Clare Jackson, James Lathe, Jennifer White, Christine Almey, Richard Nicholson, David Stockdale, Paul Leighton, Marilyn James & Magdalena Sereda
Additional file 2. Appendix with additional tables.

Additional file 1 of Specific triacylglycerol, diacylglycerol, and lyso-phosphatidylcholine species for the prediction of type 2 diabetes: a ~ 16-year prospective study in Chinese

Junda Zhong, Chloe Y. Y. Cheung, Xiuli Su, Chi-Ho Lee, Yi Ru, Carol H. Y. Fong, Yan Liu, Cynthia K. Y. Cheung, Karen S. L. Lam, Zongwei Cai & Aimin Xu
Additional file 1. Methods. Figure S1. WGCNA of the lipid species profile. Figure S2. Boruta analysis result. Figure S3. Violin Plot of the Targeted Lipidomics. Figure S4. Correlation among identified lipid species.

Additional file 1 of Contributions of early-life cognitive reserve and late-life leisure activity to successful and pathological cognitive aging

Yiru Yang, Yaojing Chen, Caishui Yang, Kewei Chen, Xin Li & Zhanjun Zhang
Additional file 1: Table S1. Intergroup differences in demographics, health conditions, and living habits. Table S2. Intergroup differences in detailed items of leisure activities. Table S3. Results of the relative importance of influencing factors to each cognitive domain in the full sample (N = 1347). Table S4. Estimated direct and indirect effects of the grouped sample (N = 583) SEM with ECR, LLA, and four cognitive domains as latent factors. Table S5. Estimated direct and...

EXAMINING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF INTERNET TROLLING BEHAVIOR

Edit Vass, Gábor Csukly, Viktória Simon, Lajos Simon, Kinga Farkas, Cameron Bunker, Evita March, Hale Balaban, Mahamadou Kante, Mikhail Votinov, Rakshi Rath, Serap Akfırat, VIRGINIA KWAN & Yitshak Alfasi
Our research group intends to focus on a deeper understanding of the phenomenon of online trolling, the impact of trolling on individual, and the effectiveness of possible coping strategies.

A Gentle Introduction to Bayesian Network Meta-Analysis Using an Automated R Package

Yan Liu, Audrey Béliveau, Yaguang Wei, Michelle Y. Chen, Rosalynn Record-Lemon, Pei-Lun Kuo, Elizabeth Pritchard, Xuyan Tang & Guanyu Chen
Network meta-analysis is an extension of standard meta-analysis. It allows researchers to build a network of evidence to compare multiple interventions that may have not been compared directly in existing publications. With a Bayesian approach, network meta-analysis can be used to obtain a posterior probability distribution of all the relative treatment effects, which allows for the estimation of relative treatment effects to quantify the uncertainty of parameter estimates, and to rank all the treatments in...

An R Shiny App for Sensitivity Analysis for Latent Growth Curve Mediation

Eric S. Kruger, Davood Tofighi, Yu-Yu Hsiao, David P. MacKinnon, M. Lee Van Horn & Katie Witkiewitz
Mechanisms of behavior change are the processes through which interventions are hypothesized to cause changes in outcomes. Latent growth curve mediation models (LGCMM) are recommended for investigating the mechanisms of behavior change because LGCMM models establish temporal precedence of change from the mediator to the outcome variable. The Correlated Augmented Mediation Sensitivity Analyses (CAMSA) App implements sensitivity analysis for LGCMM models to evaluate if a mediating path (mechanism) is robust to potential confounding variables. The...

Data

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn, Jianhua Duan & Sanghyun Hong

Analysis

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Melissa Kline Struhl, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn, Amanda Sargent & Janaki Gooty

Reciprocity Survey

Diego Guevara Beltran, Jessica Ayers, Andres Munoz, Lee Cronk & Athena Aktipis

A General Model of Cognitive Bias in Human Judgment and Systematic Review Specific to Forensic Mental Health

Tess Neal, Pascal Lienert, Emily Denne & Jay Singh
Cognitive biases can impact experts’ judgments and decisions. We offer a broad descriptive model of how bias affects human judgment. And although studies have explored the role of cognitive biases and debiasing techniques in forensic mental health, we conducted the first systematic review to identify, evaluate, and summarize the findings.

Power Analysis

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn, Marcel van Assen, Robbie van Aert, Marjan Bakker, Maksim Sitnikov, Jianhua Duan & Sanghyun Hong

Power Analysis

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn, Marcel van Assen, Robbie van Aert, Marjan Bakker, Maksim Sitnikov, Jianhua Duan & Sanghyun Hong

Project IRB Materials

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn, Jianhua Duan & Sanghyun Hong

Analysis

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn & Jianhua Duan

Data

Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn, Jianhua Duan & Sanghyun Hong

Varieties of essentialism (E1)

Ben Phillips
The aim of this experiment is to assess which forms of essentialism people tend to endorse (and in which domains). Participants will be presented with vignettes describing some explorers who discover either an animal species or chemical substance on another planet. In each case, the animal/substance will be described as being the same as an Earthly counterpart in one respect (composition, telos, or appearance) but different in two other respects (composition, telos, or appearance). Participants...

Wilfahrt_WorldPolitics_2018_k7wj - Lou - 2kgg8

Nigel Mantou Lou, Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner & Krystal Hahn
Attempting a reproduction of Wilfahrt M. (2018)' analysis.

Fundamental Social Motives around the World

Cari Pick, Ahra Ko, Adi Wiezel, Alexandra Wormley, Douglas Kenrick, Michael Varnum & The Global Collaboration
The Fundamental Social Motives framework is an evolutionary approach toward understanding the social motivations that guide human behavior and cognition. Here, our large international collaborative investigates how these motives do (and do not) differ across cultures, and how the motives change over time and in response to global events (e.g., the COVID-19 pandemic). All work was conducted in collaboration with a global team. Full authorship can be found on our publications.

Cross-situational word learning in children and adults: The case of lexical overlap

Viridiana Benitez & Ye Li

Anderson_AmEcoJourn_2011_bLe8 - Peter - 24733

Noemi Peter, Zachary Loomas, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner & Krystal Hahn
I am attempting a reproduction of a claim from Siwan Anderson: Caste as an Impediment to Trade, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 3 (January 2011): 239–263, http://www.aeaweb.org/articles.php?doi=10.1257/app.3.1.239. For the specific claim, see Claim4 in the file "Anderson_AmEcoJourn_2011_bLe8_24733_PBR_ADR_preregistrationGoogleSheet.xlsx". I specified the reproduction success criteria in that same xlsx file. Note that a successful reproduction can be a precise reproduction or an approximate reproduction, see the xlsx file for details.

Methods and Materials

Zachary Loomas, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn & Noemi Peter

Mutual Aid and Healthcare Sharing Ministries

Andrew Van Horn, Athena Aktipis, Denise Mercado, Diego Guevara Beltran & Lee Cronk
This project investigates the extent to which people in the United States participate in mutual aid to mitigate challenges in healthcare and personal finance. This includes analysis of individual motivations for choosing need-based transfer strategies (e.g., healthcare sharing ministries) over debt-based transfer strategies (e.g., health insurance).

Race effects in legal and non-legal contexts

Laura Smalarz, Jessica Salerno, Rose Eerdmans, Kylie Kulak & Megan Lawrence
This research will test people’s evaluations of Black and White targets in legal and non-legal contexts.

Moral Credentialing and Racial Bias

Laura Smalarz, Jessica Salerno & Kylie Kulak
Recent research on legal judgments of Black and White individuals suggests that people evaluate Black individuals more favorably than White individuals. The goal of the current research is to test whether enabling participants to establish “moral credentials” that they are not racially prejudiced before they provide a legal judgment of a Black individual reverses this pattern of responding.

O’Brien_AmSocioRev_2015_7X54 - Ramljak_DAR - 21k52

Marco Ramljak, Elan Parsons, Olivia Miske, Brianna Luis, Zachary Loomas, Nicholas Fox, Andrew Tyner, Krystal Hahn & Ferdinand Wintermantel
This is a replication attempt on the following claims from O’Brien et al. (2015): RQ1: Latent class analysis Claim ID: m6qkxx Claim 4 text: In Table 4, the insignificant LMR test from the four-class model suggests the three-class model best fits the data. [Table 4, Number of Classes: 3, p < .001; Number of Classes: 4, p = .762] RQ2: Science Knowledge Claim ID: g33kw7 Claim 4 text: The final three columns in Table 2...

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