Many Labs 5: Testing pre-data collection peer review as an intervention to increase replicability

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Description: Many Labs 5 will test pre-data collection peer review as an intervention improve replicability. We will investigate 10 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 replicability rate of peer reviewed protocols to that of non-endorsed protocols. See the Wiki, below, for the project proposal.

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To learn more about this project, visit its full proposal here. To learn about the individual projects that are a part of Many Labs 5, visit the component pages on the right side of the screen.

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  • ML5 - Many Lab Front Page | Forked: 2016-03-29 17:20 UTC

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  • RP:P Pages for Replications

    This page contains copies of the RP:P project pages for all replications in Many Labs 5. The projects are linked on the right side of this page.

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