Replication of the Superstition and Performance Study by Damisch, Stoberock & Mussweiler (2010, Psychological Science)

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Description: A high-powered replication of the finding that priming superstition can substantially improve performance on a mini-golf task.

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The goal of this project was to conduct a high-powered and faithful replication of Experiment 1 in Damisch et al. (2010) showing that superstition greatly improves golf performance. Damisch, L., Stoberock, B., & Mussweiler, T. (2010). Keep your fingers crossed!: How superstition improves performance. Psychological science, 21(7), 1014–20. doi:10.1177/0956797610372631 Status - Complete. All data c...

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