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**Contributors**: Please feel free to access the studies through the links listed below. Each of the projects has received feedback by the CREP leader board. These pages provide a nice set of examples for how to address you own CREP pages **De Neys, Rossi, & Houde (2013)** **Diener, Ng, Harter & Arora (2010)** - [Nicholson, Wiggins, Pfleger, Stanbrough, Hannon, Hallberg, Davis (2016)][1] - [Gant, Tuohino, McLaughlin (2015)][2] **Feng, D'Mello, & Graesser (2013)** - [Dalley, Huffaker, Cameron, Johnson, Warne, Ball, Hamilton (2018)][3] **Griskevicius, Tybur & Van den Bergh (2010)** - [Hardy, Wiggins, Pfleger, Spendlove, Egli, Schnepf (2016)][4] - [Lenne, Mann, Powell (2016)][5] **Kool, McGuire, Rosen & Botvinick (2010)** - [Joy, Marquez C., Nessen, Parker, Schaeffer, Schmidt, Wiggins (2017)][6] **Tentori, Crupi, & Russo (2013)** - [Schwarzer, Betch, Renkewitz, Eshe, Tell, Becker, Willer, Lorek, Dege, Haering (2017)][7] **Turri, Buckwalter & Blouw (2015)** [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]:
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