Invitation to Participate in a Multilab Registered Replication Report
Psychological researchers interested in helping with replication efforts in social psychology are invited to join a multilab replication project at James Cook University Singapore. The project will be published in the APS journal Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science.
Methods: Don’t Be Too Creative With Your Measures! Avoiding Questionable Measurement Practices
Researchers provide a guide to implement good measurement practices and strengthen the validity of psychological science research.
New Content from Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science
A sample of articles on cross-cultural generalizability, adjusting for publication bias, pitfalls of popular path models, causal justification, and much more.
Methods: How to Do Data Visualization Using R—Even If You Don’t Use R
Read about the advantages of using the programming language R in data processing and statistical analysis.
Methods: Helping Nonscientists Differentiate Preprints From Peer-Reviewed Research
Adding a brief message to preprints disclosing that these articles have not been peer-reviewed can alert readers who are unfamiliar with scientific publishing to the differences between scientific findings that have and have not been checked for quality.