Replications of Important Results in Social Psychology: Special Issue of Social Psychology

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Scientific research relies on the reproducibility of results, but current incentive structures provide little encouragement for researchers to conduct replications themselves (Nosek, Spies, & Motyl, 2012). This special issue of Social Psychology is a challenge to those incentive structures; it provides recognition for researchers who have devoted their energy to replications of high value and enco...

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  • Registered Reports: A Method to Increase the Credibility of Published Reports

    From abstract: Ignoring replications and negative results is bad for science. This special issue presents a novel publishing format – Registered Repor...

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  • Investigating Variation in Replicability: A “Many Labs” Replication Project

    We conducted replications of 13 effects in psychological science with 36 samples and more than 6000 participants. We examined heterogeneity in replic...

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  • Revisiting Schachter’s Research on Rejection, Deviance, and Communication

    We propose a replication of the original Schachter (1951) deviation-rejection study. Schachter’s ground-breaking demonstration of the deviation-reject...

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  • Revisiting Romeo and Juliet

    Proposal, Data, and Codebook for the Registered Replication of Driscoll, Davis, and Lipetz' (1972) Romeo and Juliet effect study.

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  • Breakthrough or one-hit wonder? Three attempts to replicate single-exposure musical conditioning effects on choice behavior (Gorn, 1982).

    Breakthrough or one-hit wonder? Replicating effects of single-exposure musical conditioning on choice behavior

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  • What does it take to activate stereotypes? Simple primes don't seem enough.

    Müller & Rothermund
    Attempts to replicate previous attempts at demonstrating automatic stereotype activation (Banaji & Hardin, 1996; Blair & Banaji, 1996)

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  • A replication of stereotype susceptibility: Identity salience and shifts in quantitative performance

    Awareness of stereotypes about a person’s in-group can affect a person’s behavior and performance when they complete a stereotype-relevant task, a phe...

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  • Replication of ‘‘Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth’’ by Williams and Bargh (2008)

    We aim to replicate Study 2 of Williams & Bargh's 2008 paper, which investigated the effects of brief warm or cold object interactions on subsequent d...

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  • Replication of Experiments Evaluating Impact of Psychological Distance on Moral Judgment (Eyal, Liberman & Trope, 2008; Gong & Medin, 2012)

    Replication of Eyal, Liberman & Troppe, 2008; Gong & Medin, 2012: the impact of construal level on evaluation of moral acts. Inspired by contradictory...

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

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

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  • Three Attempts to Replicate the Moral Licensing Effect

    We aim to conduct high-powered replication studies of Study 1 and Study 3 by Sachdeva et al. (2009). Citation: Sachdeva, S., Iliev, R., & Medin, D...

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