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**Original citation:** Moeller, S.K., Robinson, M.D., Zabelina, D.L. (2008). Personality dominance and preferential use of the vertical dimension of space. Psychological Science, 19, 355-361. **Replication target:** In their second experiment, Moeller et al. found that participants who were more dominant were more likely to have faster response times to visually higher stimuli when stimuli positions were predictable, r = -.31, p <.05. This is our target for replication. **A priori replication criteria:** Trials with incorrect responses will be excluded from analyses. We planned to consider any significant correlation of r=-.10 to be a successful replication. **Findings:** The correlation between interpersonal dominance with the residual verticality scores was almost null (r = .034, p = .78, 95% CI(-.19, .26)). Please see our [report][1] for further elaboration. [1]:
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