APS recently issued a call for contributors for the latest Registered Replication Report (RRR), which is focused on Dijksterhuis & van Knippenberg’s 1998 “Professor Priming” study on the effect of priming on intelligence, and the response has been overwhelming. The RRR editors have already received nearly 30 applications to contribute; consequently, they have decided to move up the deadline to apply to participate. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM EDT on Sunday, August 28th to be considered for this project.
Given the number of contributing labs already approved to participate, the editors request that only those with a specific interest in this phenomenon consider applying for the current project. Researchers interested in participating in a registered replication in general (rather than specifically this one) will have several opportunities to do so in the near future as additional RRR projects are finalized.
More information on the RRR initiative and details for applying can be found on the Registered Replications Report page.