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<p>This project is hosted on the <a href="https://osf.io/89vqh/" rel="nofollow">Many Lab</a>.</p> <p>You can visit the main page for Many Labs 5 <a href="https://osf.io/7a6rd/" rel="nofollow">here</a>.</p> <p><strong>1. What is the project?</strong></p> <p>Many Labs 5 will test pre-data collection peer review as an intervention improve reproducibility. We will investigate the 11 replications from the Reproducibility Project: Psychology that were labeled as “not endorsed.” For each study, we will conduct two replications multiple times each: 1) a direct replication using the non-endorsed protocol from RP:P and 2) a replication using an improved protocol that was vetted through peer review. We will compare the reproducibility rate of peer reviewed protocols to that of non-endorsed protocols. </p> <p><strong>2. What is required from collaborators?</strong></p> <p>Collaborators will be expected to contribute to data collection for one or more of the 11 replication projects. Participants must reach a minimum number of participants in <em>each</em> of the two replications. Minimum numbers vary by study. We will match collaborators with studies based on their available resources.</p> <p><strong>3. What will collaborators get out of this?</strong></p> <p>Each set of replications will be published in its own report. Contributors that meet minimum data collection requirements for a given set will be included as authors on that report. In addition, all authors on all reports will be invited to be an author on a final report that summarizes the results across the various sets of replications.</p> <p><strong>4. How do I join this project?</strong></p> <p>To express interest in joining the project, fill out this brief <a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1mdvUlNffpuRxJjepXSsU6VJJA49jgfArKD_f2XwboZY/viewform" rel="nofollow">entry survey</a> by April 21, 2016. If you have further comments or questions, feel free to send them to Charlie Ebersole (cebersole@virginia.edu).</p>
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