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<h2>updated figures (during copyediting)</h2> <p>The final manuscript is undergoing copyediting. We will post it once the proofs are available. Several figures were updated for formatting (and a name change for one lab). Below are links to the updated figures.</p> <p>Updated figures from the proofs stage. - <a href="https://osf.io/mf265/" rel="nofollow">Author-name-corrected figures</a> - <a href="https://osf.io/zs9tw/" rel="nofollow">Multi-panel figures</a></p> <h2>Final manuscript</h2> <p>The final manuscript (not copy edited) versions of the RRR paper and commentary are available from APS here: <a href="https://www.psychologicalscience.org/publications/replication-dijksterhuis-van-knippenberg" rel="nofollow">LINK</a></p> <h2>Pre-Data manuscript</h2> <p>Before inspecting the data, the lead lab drafted a version of the manuscript with placeholders for different possible outcomes. That manuscript was reviewed by the editor, original author, and contributing labs. We posted it here on 28 July 2017, before the editor or lead lab were unblinded to the data. Data analysis using the already written scripts were only conducted after the manuscript was posted and preregistered (scripts were written using simulated data). After analyses are completed, they will be inserted into the pre-data manuscript. </p> <p>Pre-data manuscript (<a href="https://osf.io/vdkrb/" rel="nofollow">Word file</a>)</p> <h2>Original author preregistered comments</h2> <p>Ap Dijksterhuis provided <a href="https://osf.io/97khu/" rel="nofollow">this file</a> with comments registered before the meta-analysis was conducted (on May 2, 2017). Note that some of the suggested analyses may be incorporated into the pre-data manuscript.</p>
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