This is a push button reproduction attempt for Mertens_covid_gA3A_67m8 Claim paragraph: We selected the claim that risk for loved ones is an independent predictor for the fear of the coronavirus questionnaire. This reflects the following statement from the paper’s abstract: “Four predictors for fear of the coronavirus were retained after forward selection in a multiple regression analysis: intolerance of uncertainty, health anxiety, more media exposure, and risks for loved ones (R squared = .36).” The...
OSF Institutions enhances transparency and increases the visibility of research outputs, accelerating discovery and reuse. The Center for Open Science partners with institutions to provide infrastructure and tools to help researchers manage, collaborate and share their work, provide training and guide resources to enable researchers in transparent, open, and reproducible workflows, and collaborates with institutional staff to overcome challenges and showcase the open and reproducible outputs contributed by their research community. You can focus your...
CREP’s mission is to provide training, support, and professional growth opportunities for students and instructors completing replication projects, while also addressing the need for direct and direct+ replications of highly-cited studies in the field.
Resources to enable adoption of open scholarship behaviors and infrastructure.
So you've made an OSF account — awesome! Now you’re ready to get started, but what should you do first? This project has resources, templates, and demonstrated practices to help you begin your OSF journey. Still have questions? Contact email@example.com to discuss more OSF features.
A collection of slides for virtually all presentations given by Center for Open Science staff since its founding in 2013.
Project Space for MSCA Health and Healthcare Inequities Workathon
COS training resources are getting an update
Featuring the PresQT Project, the Open Scholarship Knowledge Base, and the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture