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**Original citation.** Tracy, J.L., & Robins, R.W. (2008). The nonverbal expression of pride: Evidence for cross-cultural recognition. *Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94*(3), 516-530. **Target of replication.** We seek to replicate the original authors' finding that pride is universally recognized across targets and perceivers on the basis of six binomial tests, with recognition rates for all six pride expressions significantly greater than chance (M = 78%, range = 70% - 87% with chance set at 33%, p < .05). **A priori replication criteria.** Half of the participants were to be recruited from Coventry University in the UK and the other half from University of Michigan in the United States. We plan to run six unique binomial tests, one for each target pride expression (African man, African woman, Asian man, Asian woman, Caucasian man, Caucasian woman) to test whether expressions of pride are universally recognized across targets and perceivers. If we fail to find recognition of the pride expression is significantly greater than chance in any one of the six target ethnic or gender groups, this will be considered as a failure to replicate the effect of interest. Chance was set at 33%, as in the original experiment.
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