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<h2>RRR project to replicate Dijksterhuis & van Knippenberg (1998)</h2> <p>This OSF Page includes all of the relevant information for a <em>Perspectives on Psychological Science</em> Registered Replication Report of a variant of a study from: - Dijksterhuis, A., & van Knippenberg, A. (1998). The relation between perceptionand behavior, or how to win a game of Trivial Pursuit. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 74, 865-877</p> <p>The approved protocol was developed Leif Nelson and Michael O'Donnell and with assistance from Ap Dijksterhuis who provided original materials and helped verify the accuracy of the protocol. The design for this study is based on a protocol provided to the Editor and the lead by Ap Dijksterhuis who had conducted a set of more recent studies to verify the best way to run the study. It is an updated version of Experiment 4 from the 1998 paper. In his more recent, unpublished studies, the authors observed a gender difference in the effects of the priming manipulation, and the RRR will include tests of whether gender moderates the the effets of the priming manipulation on trivia performance. In developing the protocol, Andy DeSoto at APS assisted in gathering and norming trivia items. From an initial set of more the 500 items, we selected a subset that were not culture-specific. We then normed those stimuli by testing MTurk samples in the United States and India and a student sample at Berkeley. We selected 30 items that showed comparable proportions of correct responding for all three samples and that did not include items with extremely high or low accuracy. Information about these norming studies will be available at <a href="https://osf.io/w2qcy/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/w2qcy/</a>.</p> <p>We will provide all of the materials necessary to conduct the study, including a PsychoPy script that must be used for data collection (it runs on all platforms and uses open-source software).</p> <p>If you would like to participate in this project, submit a completed Contributor Proposal Form and submit it via the Manuscript Submission System at <em>Perspectives on Psychological Science</em>. You can find the form and instructions under the How to Participate Link. If your proposal is approved, you will be added to this project and we will help you to create a linked project for your independent replication study. All completed replication studies will be published together in a single article at <em>Perspectives on Psychological Science</em>, regardless of their outcomes. All groups conducting replications will be expected to post the data from their study to their linked project page upon completion of the study.</p> <p><em>Important Note: The protocol specifies the minimum requirements for participation, but we encourage those participating in this replication effort to use as large a sample as possible. Larger samples will provide a more precise estimate of the effect size, and smaller confidence intervals for each contributed study will lead to a better overall estimate of the effect size as well. Please specify your proposed sample size in your Contributor Proposal Form.</em></p>
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