Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP)
of the first five replications from eachCREPselected study will be
eligible for a CREP Research Award ranging from $300–$500 (sponsored
by Psi Chi and the Center for Open Science, COS). To participate,
please contact Jon Grahe firstname.lastname@example.org.
Replication is crucial to check on the reliability of findings. In psychology, literature searches for the word “replicate” have found very few explicit replications. However, experiments building on other research are often not presented as such, so estimates may misjudge how much the literature confirms research ideas. To identify “stealth replications”, and answer other “big science” questions, we developed the Archival Project, a web app for large-scale content analysis of findings. Advanced students with good command of stats and methods are encouraged to join in groups (for example, Psi Chi chapters or research methods classes) and help code articles.
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