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**This project contains supplemental material for our research note “The ‘replication crisis’ in the public eye: Germans’ awareness and perceptions of the (ir)reproducibility of scientific research”.** The article has been published at: Mede, N. G., Schäfer, M. S., Ziegler, R., & Weißkopf, M. (2021). The “replication crisis” in the public eye: Germans’ awareness and perceptions of the (ir)reproducibility of scientific research. *Public Understanding of Science*, *30*(1), 91–102. https://doi.org/10.1177/0963662520954370 A preprint, which does not replicate the final version of the published article, is publicly available at https://osf.io/ctpyn/ ______________ This repository contains the following files: - **ZA6965_fb_ENGLISH.pdf**: Questionnaire of the German Science Barometer 2018 (English translation, carried out by a professional translator from Wissenschaft im Dialog). - **PUS_Replication-Crisis_Supplemental-Material.pdf**: Supplemental tables and figures for the original article. - **PUS_Replication-Crisis_Syntax.R**: The R syntax we used in the analyses. - **PUS_Replication-Crisis_Markdown.html**: An R Markdown file in HTML format that contains the R syntax we used in the analyses (including annotations) as well as tables and plots. <br> The survey data as well as additional materials can be accessed/requested via the [GESIS Data Archive][1]. Freely available: - **ZA6965_fb.pdf**: Questionnaire of the German Science Barometer 2018 (in German) - **ZA6965_cod.pdf**: Codebook with variable descriptions and frequency statistics (in German) - **ZA6944_mb.pdf**: Methodological report (in German) Available upon request: - **Wissenschaftsbarometer2018_GESIS.sav**: The survey data in SPSS format. <em>Wissenschaft im Dialog (2019) ZA6965: Science Barometer 2018: Data file version 1.0.0. GESIS Data Archive, Cologne. Available at: https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13241</em> [1]: https://dbk.gesis.org/dbksearch/SDesc2.asp?DB=E&no=6965
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