Professors Are Not Elderly: Evaluating the Evidential Value of Two Social Priming Effects Through P-Curve Analyses.


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Description: Two p-curve analyses of studies examining effects of elderly primes and professor primes reveal one line of research is significantly p-hacked, while the other line of research reveals evidential value.


These files accompany a short manuscript that can be found here: The two p-curve analyses presented here showcase the benefits of p-curve analyses to improve our understanding of what is likely to be true. Stroebe and Strack (2014) recently discussed the importance of conceptual replications and questioned the usefulness of direct replicat...


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