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Upload and view results of replication attempts in Experimental Psychology.

The website is designed to make it quick and convenient to upload reports but also to require enough detail to make the report credible and responsible.The site also provides a discussion forum for each posting, allowing users to discuss the report (potentially allowing collective brainstorming about possible moderator variables, defects in the original study or in the non-replication attempt, etc.)

Also provides private article-specific networking tool for people who have failed to replicate an article and wonder if others may have had the same experience.

Benefits for the investigator:

  • Takes about 15 minutes to upload a report
  • Forum for discussion of your result.
  • Connect with others interested in the same effect.

Benefits for the field:

  • Key resource for those who would perform formal meta-analyses.
  • Useful source of ideas about potential boundary conditions and moderator variables that may determine when an effect can be observed.
  • Broad awareness of cases in which well-known results may be of doubtful validity.
  • Article-specific discussion forums connect people around the world who are interested in discussing results of questionable robustness.
  • Those providing reports can upload raw data which then become freely available for those who would like to do further analyses.

Replicability Topic Pages are for sharing links and discussing areas where significant replicability concerns exist: Replication Hot Spots!

Replicability of Brain Training / Far-Transfer Effects
Replicability of Social and Goal Priming Findings

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