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<h1>presentation-spsp2019-ml2</h1> <p>Presentation I gave for <a href="http://meeting.spsp.org/" rel="nofollow">SPSP 2019</a> in Portland. Discusses Many Labs 2.</p> <h1>To use:</h1> <ul> <li>For viewing: See the final presentation in .pdf format <a href="https://osf.io/hpev9/" rel="nofollow">script_cropped.pdf</a></li> <li>For editing/reuse: </li> <li>Go to the Github Repository: <a href="https://github.com/raklein/presentation-spsp2019-ml2" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/raklein/presentation-spsp2019-ml2</a></li> <li>Click clone or download (green button upper right), download the full project as .zip or clone the repository.</li> <li>Unzip to a local directory, then open the .rproj file in RStudio.</li> <li>From RStudio, open the r script file. Install required packages and knit (requires internet connection)</li> </ul> <h1>Abstract:</h1> <p>This talk presents results from the Many Labs 2 project, in which pre-registered replications were conducted of 28 psychological effects across 125 samples around the world (total N = 15,305), including translations into 16 different languages. Overall results will be discussed, as well as follow-up analyses and strategies for ensuring robustness of these secondary analyses.</p>
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