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This project is the repository for a paper prepared for the Annual Review of Psychology. The work was divided up into subprojects, some of which aggregated data and generated code for completing the review. That data and figure-generating code is available in the subprojects. The paper was published in the [2022 issue of the Annual Review of Psychology][1]. ([Green OA version][2]) **Citation** Nosek, B. A., Hardwicke, T. E., Moshontz, H., Allard, A., Corker, K. S., Dreber, A., Fidler, F., Hilgard, J., Kline Struhl, M., Nuijten, M., Rohrer, J., Romero, F., Scheel., A., Scherer, L., Schönbrodt, F., & Vazire, S. (2022). Replicability, Robustness, and Reproducibility in Psychological Science. *Annual Review of Psychology, 73*, 719-748. ------- INVITATION FROM ANNUAL REVIEWS Dear Dr. Nosek, On behalf of the Editorial Committee of the Annual Review of Psychology, I wish to invite you to contribute a review article on the subject of Reproducibility in Psychological Sciences for Volume 73 of this journal. The manuscript would be due on February 1, 2021 and would be published in January 2022 (a 1–2-page outline is also due on August 1, 2020). Please contact Editorial Committee Member Russell A. Poldrack, copied here, if you have any questions about the topic or the invitation in general. Your contribution would certainly enhance the value of the volume and, in turn, the Annual Review of Psychology should provide an excellent forum for the presentation of this subject to the psychology community. You are free to modify or narrow the scope of the proposed review as you deem appropriate, within the general context indicated, and to choose a more specific title. If you want to suggest a major alteration of the proposed subject area, we would like to discuss that with you, as we need to avoid overlap with the volume’s other planned reviews. You are free to coauthor the review with a colleague or colleagues, but note that this invitation has been issued to you and is not transferable. Your review article should present a critical appraisal of the significant, rather than the total, literature in the field. This overview may include your own work (even if unpublished). The article should be useful to specialists as well as teachers and scholars from other areas. It should emphasize where research in a given area should go, as well as where it has been, such that it will influence the future course of knowledge. A list of topics and authors planned for Volume 73 will be sent to you approximately five months before the manuscript due date, and you may wish to correspond with authors whose subjects border on your own. Space for a total of 11,000 words and 150 references has been reserved for your review—counts that will produce our desired 25–30 typeset pages. This word count is meant to include tables and figures. Each moderately sized figure/table is estimated at approximately 300 words; each large one, 600 words. Overlength manuscripts will be returned for length reduction, so please make every effort to adhere to the specified allotment. Annual Reviews provides editorial, graphics, and online support throughout the writing, submission, and production process. TheAnnual Review of Psychology includes several features designed to help readers find and understand precisely what they seek, e.g., interactive graphics, a terms and definitions list, summary points, and annotated references. Since its establishment in 1932, Annual Reviews has been publishing journals on a nonprofit basis at a minimum price for the benefit of scientists. Therefore, honoraria are not paid to authors, but as a way to thank authors for their generous assistance, Annual Reviews is pleased to offer a complimentary one-year online subscription to the journal and unlimited electronic reprints (via a URL that provides access to a downloadable PDF file of your review). We invite you to visit to learn more about Annual Reviews. The full text of all current Annual Reviews journals is online, available to subscribers. The Production Editor for the Annual Review of Psychology, Stefania De Petris, is responsible for all aspects of production and serves as the liaison between authors and the Editorial Committee. Please feel free to contact her if you have any questions. My colleagues and I who serve on the Editorial Committee very much look forward to your positive response to this invitation. Please reply directly to Stefania De Petris at and be sure to include your complete contact information. [1]: [2]:
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