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**Original citation:** P.A. Goff, C.M. Steele, & P.G. Davies, 2008. The space between us: Stereotype threat and distance in interracial contexts. *Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94,* 91-107. **Target of replication:** Goff et al. found a significant interaction between conversation topic and learning goals, F(1, 51) = 9.46, p<.01, ╬Ěp2=.16. **A priori replication criteria:** At least 71 White, male participants are to be included in the study. The interaction pattern should show that when learning goals were absent and participants were to discuss racial profiling, participants sat further away from one another than when learning goals were present. Additionally, when learning goals were absent, participants should sit closer to one another when they discussed love and relationships than when they discussed racial profiling, A draft of the replication report is available [here][1]. [1]:
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