Replication of Burgmer & Englich (2012) - How Power Improves Motor Performance

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Description: This project holds the materials and raw data for a series of replications of Burgmer & Englich's (2012) finding that manipulating power strongly impacts motor performance. This project now contains the materials and data for 5 separate direct or conceptual replications of Burgmer & Englich (2012). Of these, 2 were pre-registered prior to data collection.

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