Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP)
of the first five replications from each CREP selected 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 at email@example.com. |
Open Science Collaboration
Psychological studies: facts or fiction? Psi Chi is partnering with the Open Science Framework in a large-scale, high-profile, collaborative research project called the Reproducibility Project. This project will attempt to reproduce all the studies published in three prominent psychological journals in 2008. Regardless of the results, understanding reproducibility will improve confidence in scientific methodology and findings. Those who participate will be included in the Reproducibility Project final report and team members who make substantive contributions to the replication will be included as coauthors on this publicized project. Do not miss this opportunity!
For full information and reviews: PsiChiProjectOSC.pdf
International Situations Project
Psi Chi chapters are invited to contribute to the International Situations Project which aims to contribute to a collective research project from UC Riverside. We are encouraging Psi Chi chapters to participate in this national research project in coordination with Psi Beta. Psi Chi chapters can serve as study participants or individual members can serve as contributing researchers. Currently, researchers from many nations are contributing international samples, and we are being asked to provide samples from across the United States. This 30-minute Internet task asks participants to describe a situation and then complete two Q-Sorts, measuring both situations (RSQ) and personality (RBQ). Contributing researchers will generate a small sample (N = 70) and have access to the combined data sets. Contributors will also be acknowledged on David Funder’s University of California, Riverside International Situations Project website.
Details on how to participate: psichiadvancingscience.pdf