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<p>A note from Dr. Richardson: "There are a couple of things that occur to me about a replication attempt. The videos are all about Stanford admissions policy, and the participants were Stanford students. So for a replication, I don't know whether one would use these videos, or re-record them making reference to the school attended by the participants (if indeed they are students). Otherwise, results make be complicated by the fact that the Stanford people in the video could be an out-group for your participants, or they might have particular beliefs and attitudes towards Stanford and it's admissions policy that could interfere in the results (e.g. what if they themselves had applied but been rejected). </p> <p>The second issue is that I would recommend that a remote eye tracker is used in the study. Another lab has recently replicated our results, but found that if the fact that the participants are being tracked is made highly salient to them (which might be the case with a head mounted tracker) the effect can go away. Presumably this is because the participants, very aware that scientists are tracking their gaze, self monitor their gaze and are careful that it doesn't betray any prejudice."</p>
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