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**Want to be a part of this project? Join us here:** **Follow and contribute to the discussion on** *More information is available in the Project Plan:* *and position paper*: #EEGManyLabs, an international network of researchers, aims to make a step towards understanding replicability of psychological findings from EEG research. We will assess the replicability of the results of some of the most important and influential EEG experiments of psychological phenomena **Why do we need #EEGManyLabs?** Cognitive neuroscience research is expensive. As a result, published research tends to test novel hypotheses in small samples with highly multidimensional data-sets. While understandable, this approach has high potential for producing false positives and the replicability of novel, exciting findings goes largely untested. The #EEGmanylabs initiative aims to change this by pooling resources across distributed laboratories to revisit existing EEG hypotheses with unprecedented statistical power. **Why does #EEGManyLabs need you?** To make this project a success, we need input from as many labs as possible. We are now in the process of identifying influential studies that the community feels are ripe for replication. With your help, #EEGManyLabs will create the largest open access EEG dataset in history and in doing so, provide a robust foundation that underpins the future of cognitive neuroscience research. **Contact email:**
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