Below are a list of research opportunities that may be of interest to Psi Chi members. These projects have been vetted by the Research Advisory Committee and represent projects that are likely to be accessible to Psi Chi members.
Research Studies Looking for Collaborators
ISP Extension Part 2
Researchers are invited to join this International Situations Project Extension to examine how situational experiences correlate with reports of behaviors, personality, and values. These relationships will be compared across different U.S. regions and ethnicities. Learn more HERE or by contacting email@example.com
International Co-Sleeping Project
Consider participating in a "ManyLabs" project on participants' glucose intake and sleeping habits, which takes about 25 minutes. The project is a replication and extension on co-sleeping and glucose intake. More information can be found HERE or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Many Labs 5 will test pre-data collection peer review as an intervention to improve reproducibility. The project will conduct multiple replications of studies from the Reproducibility Project: Psychology, comparing replication rates of studies that have gone through formal peer review to those that have not. Learn how to join HERE.
The Next Generation will investigate attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs relating to emerging adulthood. The coordinating team is seeking many collaborators to help collect a large and diverse sample. Collaborators will have advance access to the data. Visit HERE to learn more.
Other Research Opportunities
Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP)
Contributors 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.
The $1,000,000 Preregistration Challenge
Preregistration increases the credibility of hypothesis testing by confirming in advance what will be analyzed and reported. For the Preregistration Challenge, 1,000 researchers will win $1,000 each for publishing results of preregistered research. Watch the intro video, explore the background information, and click “Begin a Preregistration” to launch the guided tutorial to plan your next study!