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<p>Landing page: <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZmvxaLKwDmQZARhwIs1bTSiU4gbqhHR9ii_p2oCh19o/edit#" rel="nofollow">https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZmvxaLKwDmQZARhwIs1bTSiU4gbqhHR9ii_p2oCh19o/edit#</a></p> <p>Google sheet (data collection): <a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TRn4As4PVjTsEGIcza5KYfYHYjZTe4DKjyKGYTkWHg8/edit#gid=0" rel="nofollow">https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TRn4As4PVjTsEGIcza5KYfYHYjZTe4DKjyKGYTkWHg8/edit#gid=0</a></p> <p>Unclear regulations on conflicts of interest might lead to nepotism in the handing out of academic prizes and awards awarded by professional societies and associations. In this hackaton, we assess how psychological societies and associations inform their members on rules, regulations, and policies that help deal with potential COIs in awarding prizes and awards. Specifically, we assess using a pre-registered protocol how many psychological societies report conflict of interest guidelines on their website, focusing on academic awards considering their impact on academic careers.</p>
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