Generalizability is not optional: Insights from a cross-cultural study of social discounting

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Analysis_Main provides the R code for all analyses, figures, and tables in the main paper. SI1 and SI2 provide R code for all supplementary analyses. Main Data provides the data used in the main paper. Prior Social Discounting Studies provides a list of all prior studies of social closeness that we reviewed, following the pre-registered inclusion criteria here. Inconsistency in Prior Social Di...

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  • Extracting Social Discounting Data from Prior Work | Registered: 2017-09-21 20:13 UTC


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    Tiokhin, Hackman & Hruschka
    Current scientific reforms focus more on solutions to the problem of reliability (e.g. direct replications) than generalizability. Here, we use a cros...

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