Ongoing Replication Projects

Registered Replication Reports consist of multi-lab, high-quality replications of important experiments in psychological science along with comments by the authors of the original studies. You can find more information on this initiative on the Registered Replication Report main page.

You can get announcements and updates by joining the Registered Replication Report Google group. If you are interested in joining one of these projects, you may contact the Editors at replicationseditor@psychologicalscience.org, or proceed directly to submitting the Application to Participate (linked below) through the SAGE Track journal site. Detailed instructions are here.

Projects Currently Seeking Participating Labs

Project and ProtocolProtocol Developed ByHow to ParticipateDeadline to Submit an Application to ParticipateDeadline to Submit ResultsMore Information

 

Projects Currently in Data Collection or Analysis

Project and ProtocolProtocol Developed ByMore Information
Fischer, Castel, Dodd, & Pratt (2003)

 

Protocol

Lincoln Colling and Dénes SzücsProject Page on OSF

 

APS Announcement

Many Labs 5

 

Protocols

Charles Ebersole et al.Project Page on OSF
Many Babies

 

Protocol

Michael C. FrankProject Page on OSF

 

Published Registered Replication Reports

ProjectProtocol Developed ByFinal Report
Schooler and Engstler-Schooler (1990)EditorsFinal Report
Hart & Albarracín (2011)Eerland, Sherrill, Magliano, & ZwaanFinal Report
Sripada et al. (2014)Martin HaggerFinal Report
Finkel et al. (2002)Cheung, Campbell, & LeBelFinal Report
Strack et al. (1988)Wagenmakers, Beek, & DijkhoffFinal Report
Rand et al. (2012)EditorsFinal Report
Dijksterhuis & van Knippenberg (1998)Nelson & O’DonnellFinal Report
Srull and Wyer (1979)Bruno Verschuere and Ewout Meijer;
Randy McCarthy and John Skowronski
Final Report
Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008)Bruno Verschuere and Ewout Meijer;
Randy McCarthy and John Skowronski
Final Report
Many Labs 2Klein et al.Final Report