Pre-Replication Replication Reports

The reports listed below summarize the planned protocol of the 21 replication studies.

Study 1 - Derex et al. (Nature, 2013)

Derex, Maxime / Beugin, Marie-Pauline / Godelle, Bernard / Raymond, Michel (2013): Experimental Evidence for the Influence of Group Size on Cultural Complexity. Nature, 503: 389-391.

Study 2 - Hauser et al. (Nature, 2014)

Hauser, Oliver P. / Rand, David G. / Peysakhovich, Alexander / Nowak, Martin A. (2014): Cooperating with the Future. Nature, 511: 220-223.

Study 3 - Nishi et al. (Nature, 2015)

Nishi, A. / Shirado, H. / Rand, D. G. / Christakis, N. A. (2015): Inequality and Visibility of Wealth in Experimental Social Networks, Nature, 526, pp. 426–429.

Study 4 - Rand et al. (Nature, 2012)

Rand, D. G. / Greene, J. D. / Nowak, R. A. (2012): Spontaneous Giving and Calculated Greed, Nature, 489, pp. 427–430.

Study 5 - Ackerman et al. (Science, 2010)

Ackerman, J. M. / Nocera, C. C. / Bargh, J. A. (2010): Incidental Haptic Sensations Influence Social Judgments and Decisions, Science, 328, pp. 1712-1715.

Study 6 - Aviezer et al. (Science, 2012)

Aviezer, H. / Trope, Y. / Todorov, A. (2012): Body Cues, Not Facial Expressions, Discriminate Between Intense Positive and Negative Emotions, Science, 338, pp. 1225-1229.

Study 7 - Balafoutas and Sutter (Science, 2012)

Balafoutas, L. / Sutter, M. (2012): Affirmative Action Policies Promote Women and Do Not Harm Efficiency in the Laboratory, Science, 335, pp. 479-582.

Study 8 - Duncan et al. (Science, 2012)

Duncan, K. / Sadanand, A. / Davachi, L. (2012): Memory’s Penumbra: Episodic Memory Decisions Induce Lingering Mnemonic Biases, Science, 337, pp. 485-487.

Study 9 - Gervais and Norenzayan (Science, 2012)

Gervais, W.M. / Norenzayan, A. (2012): Analytic Thinking Promotes Religious Disbelief, Science, 336, pp. 493-496.

Study 10 - Gneezy et al. (Science, 2014)

Gneezy, U. / Keenan, EA / Gneezy, A. (2014): Avoiding Overhead Aversion in Charity, Science, 346, pp. 632-635.

Study 11 - Janssen et al. (Science, 2010)

Janssen, M. A. / Holahan, R. / Lee, A. / Ostrom, E. (2010): Lab Experiments for the Study of Social-Ecological Systems, Science, 328, pp. 613-617.

Study 12 - Karpicke and Blunt (Science, 2011)

Karpicke, J.D. / Blunt, J.R. (2011): Retrieval Practice Produces More Learning than Elaborative Studying with Concept Mapping, Science, 331, pp. 772-775.

Study 13 - Kidd and Castano (Science, 2013)

Kidd, D. C. / Castano, E. (2013): Reading Literary Fiction Improves Theory of Mind, Science, 342, pp. 377-380.

Study 14 - Kovacs et al. (Science, 2010)

Kovacs, A. M. / Teglas, E. / Endress, A. D. (2010): The Social Sense: Susceptibility to Others’ Beliefs in Human Infants and Adults, Science, 330, pp. 1830-1834.

Study 15 - Lee and Schwarz (Science, 2010)

Lee, S.W.S. / Schwarz, N. (2010): Washing Away Postdecisional Dissonance, Science, 328, p. 709.

Study 16 - Morewedge et al. (Science, 2010)

Morewedge, C. K. / Young E. H. / Vosgerau, J. (2010): Thought for Food: Imagined Consumption Reduces Actual Consumption, Science, 330, pp. 1530-1533.

Study 17 - Pyc and Rawson (Science, 2010)

Pyc, M. A. / Rawson, K. A. (2010): Why Testing Improves Memory: Mediator Effectiveness Hypothesis, Science, 330(6002), p. 335.

Study 18 - Ramirez and Beilock (Science, 2011)

Ramirez, G. / Beilock, S.L. (2011): Writing About Testing Worries Boosts Exam Performance in the Classroom, Science, 331, pp. 211-213.

Study 19 - Shah et al. (Science, 2012)

Shah, A. K. / Mullainathan, S. / Shafir, E. (2012): Some Consequences of Having Too Little, Science, 338, pp. 682-685.

Study 20 - Sparrow et al. (Science, 2011)

Sparrow, B. / Liu, J. / Wegner, D.M. (2011): Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips, Science, 333, pp. 776-778.

Study 21 - Wilson et al. (Science, 2014)

Wilson, T.D. / Reinhard, D.A. / Westgate, E.C. / Gilbert, D.T. / Ellerbeck, N. / Hahn, C. / Brown, C.L. / Shaked, A. (2014): Just Think: The Challenges of the Disengaged Mind, Science, 345(6192), pp. 75-77.