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Many Labs 2: Investigating Variation in Replicability Across Samples and Settings
We conducted preregistered replications of 28 classic and contemporary published findings, with protocols that were peer reviewed in advance, to examine variation in effect magnitudes across samplesExpand
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Dyad rapport and the accuracy of its judgment across situations: A lens model analysis.
Ecology of rapport and its perception within 2 contexts (i.e., adversarial and cooperative) were examined from a Brunswikian perspective. A lens model analysis determined (a) which observable cuesExpand
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Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication
Abstract The university participant pool is a key resource for behavioral research, and data quality is believed to vary over the course of the academic semester. This crowdsourced project examinedExpand
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The Importance of Nonverbal Cues in Judging Rapport
This study examined the relative impact different channels of communication had on social perception based on exposure to thin slices of the behavioral stream. Specifically, we tested the hypothesisExpand
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The Silent Treatment: Perceptions of its Behaviors and Associated Feelings
Asked to list specific behaviors that occur when they give or receive the `silent treatment,' undergraduates then wrote down the feeling associated with each behavior. Independent raters in Study 1,Expand
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The Scarlet Letter Study: Five Days of Social Ostracism
Abstract Over the course of 5 consecutive days, each author agreed to be ostracized for a day at work by the other four coauthors. All coauthors’ offices were in close proximity and were locatedExpand
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The Psychological Science Accelerator: Advancing Psychology Through a Distributed Collaborative Network
Concerns about the veracity of psychological research have been growing. Many findings in psychological science are based on studies with insufficient statistical power and nonrepresentative samples,Expand
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Correlates of Health-Protective Behavior During the Initial Days of the COVID-19 Outbreak in Norway
The coronavirus outbreak manifested in Norway in March 2020. It was met with a combination of mandatory changes (closing of public institutions) and recommended changes (hygiene behavior, physicalExpand
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Another step towards scientific transparency: Requiring research materials for publication
  • Jon E. Grahe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of social psychology
  • 2 January 2018
In this editorial, I will briefly review our progress toward increased transparency and provide details on new journal requirements for publication as we continue this transition. In January 2014, IExpand
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Nominal and Interactive Groups: Effects of Preinstruction and Deliberations on Decisions and Evidence Recall in Complex Trials
Two studies assessed the effects of preinstruction on decision making in simulated civil trials. In Study 1, substantive instructions were presented before the evidence, after the evidence, beforeExpand
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