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Call for Collaborative Research Proposals Psi Chi’s Network for International Collaborative Exchange (NICE) is officially accepting proposals for the [NICE: Crowd component!][1] The NICE is concerned with facilitating cross-cultural research amongst Psi Chi members and other researchers both within the US 50 states and internationally. A subcomponent of NICE, NICE: Crowd, will include a 1-3 collaborative research questions selected by the NICE committee. The selected projects will be promoted through Psi Chi in order to generate collaboratively collected data from many locations using the same research protocol. NICE: Crowd offers a plethora of benefits to researchers such as: reducing the burden of having to solicit large numbers of participants, increasing the diversity of study samples, providing researchers accessible materials and protocols, and providing a convenient platform for faculty to engage students in the scientific research process! Check out all the NICE updates by reading our newsletter, [NICE Newsletter #2][2] The Psi Chi Research Advisory Committee is seeking volunteers (students or faculty) who are interested in developing a network of researchers to collaborate on cross-cultural research projects following a crowdsourcing research model. Please click on the following link ([https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1x0EV-6l5ijI7dgP7dDj9s8BNzG4godkvvdYdnry-LFc/edit?usp=sharing][3]) to indicate which area(s) you are interested in becoming involved in and to submit your contact information. You can: 1) volunteer for the planning committee, 2) facilitate coordination among researchers, 3) submit and support research topics (instructions for CROWD proposals can be found [here][4]), and/or 4) connect with other researchers interested in cross cultural investigations. You can also contact John Edlund, Psi Chi Research Director (research.director@psichi.org) or Kelly Cuccolo, (kelly.cuccolo@und.edu) for more information. Importantly, this Psi Chi initiative is open to faculty and student researchers regardless of whether your college or university has a Psi Chi chapter [1]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rXCmfx6-fb01YewtNhNdVNLu-1QW4fyaNi0Mem4KqrI/edit?usp=sharing [2]: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eph8cUtpnsBJc5APv7ODz8Iy5EZyYEeD/view?usp=sharing [3]: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1x0EV-6l5ijI7dgP7dDj9s8BNzG4godkvvdYdnry-LFc/edit?usp=sharing [4]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VERcpFyCE-WZQZZrECa5zxSjfYe0RndRqbp2L-39-zA/edit?usp=sharing
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