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<p><strong><a href="https://osf.io/te54b/" rel="nofollow">EAMMI2 - The Next Generation</a></strong></p> <p><strong>This project is hosted on the <a href="https://osf.io/89vqh/" rel="nofollow">Many Lab</a>.</strong> <strong>This project is now complete, and not accepting new collaborators</strong></p> <p><strong>1. What is the project?</strong></p> <p>The EAMMI2 is a large scale collaborative project that seeks to survey a large and diverse population regarding attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs related to Emerging Adulthood. We are currently pilot testing the EAMMI2 survey and hope to start data collection at institutions with IRB approval by April 1, 2016. Teams may also start data collection at later dates. Data collection for the EAMMI2 should be complete by June 30, 2016</p> <p><strong>2. What is required from collaborators?</strong></p> <p>Collaborators need to obtain IRB approval from their host institution, and administer a half-hour study to participants (minimum N = 80; goal N = 100 with 20 non college students). The survey will be run online through a link provided to collaborators. We ask for a $50 donation from contributors to manage the survey incentive raffle.</p> <p><strong>3. What will collaborators get out of this?</strong></p> <p>All contributors will have access to the data set before any manuscripts are submitted for publication. We will maintain an open science policy so data will be public after initial publication.</p> <p>All contributors will be invited to contribute to manuscripts to be submitted. Authorship will occur on a first come, first draft basis and we invite contributors to notify us if they have a paper idea and whether they intend to contribute to other manuscripts. However, data collection does not itself guarantee authorship on any manuscripts.</p> <p>Disagreements in authorship will be arbitrated by the EAMMI2 Planning and Organization Committee. </p> <p><strong>4. How do I join this project?</strong></p> <p>Visit the (<a href="https://osf.io/f24aj/" rel="nofollow">EAMMI2 - the Next Generation Open Science Framework instructions to contributors page</a>). </p>
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