These are the 21 studies and hypothesis that are planned to be replicated. For each, there is a corresponding market where participants can bet on whether:

“*The effect in the replication is in the same direction as in the original study, and is statistically significant with a p-value smaller than 0.05.*”

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For all studies listed below, the sample size for the first data collection - *"n (first data collection)"* - refers to having 90% power to detect 75% of the original, standardized effect size (*r*). The sample size for the second data collection - *"n (second data collection)"* - refers to the __pooled sample__ required to have 90% power to detect 50% of the original effect size.

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Job candidates are evaluated as better overall if their cv is evaluated on a heavy clipboard rather than a light clipboard.

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.049 | 0.270 | 54 | 259 | 593 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

The body context is diagnostic for the affective valence of the situation during peak intensity moments (tests the hypothesis of a higher mean valence rating of winning bodies versus losing bodies in the “body treatment” in Experiment 1 (within subjects test)).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

1.551e-9 | 0.961 | 15 | 14 | 41 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

With preferential treatment of women — i.e., each woman’s performance is automatically increased by one unit in the competition — more women will choose to compete (a comparison of the fraction of women who chose the tournament scheme rather than the piece rate scheme in the ’preferential treatment one (PT1)’ versus the ’control treatment (CTR)’).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.018 | 0.197 | 144 | 485 | 1099 |

**Reference:**

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.

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

The probability of maintaining cultural diversity, that is observing both tasks in the group, increased with group size (a comparison of if maintaining cultural diversity (observing both tasks in the group) increases with group size for the four group size treatments).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.000054 | 0.525 | 51 | 65 | 155 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Similar objects are more accurately identified as being similar if they are preceded by new objects than if they are preceded by old objects (a comparison of the fraction of objects rated as similar in trials where they are preceded by new objects compared to trials where they are preceded by old objects in Study 1b (within-subject variation)).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0042 | 0.674 | 15 | 36 | 92 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Priming analytic thinking via images of “The Thinker” increases religious disbelief compared to viewing control images of a visually similar artwork.

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.029 | 0.289 | 57 | 224 | 514 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

The likelihood of choosing a charity is higher when potential donors know that the overhead is already paid for, than when the donors pay for overhead themselves (a comparison of the fraction choosing to donate to “charity: water” between the “50% overhead, covered treatment” and the “50% overhead treatment”).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0027 | 0.222 | 180 | 380 | 863 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Voting (the group extraction level of the public good is determined by the median voter) leads to a higher degree of sustainability than an unregulated treatment (each group member decides how many units of the public good to extract) in an “Intergenerational Goods Game”.

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

1.427e-10 | 0.816 | 40 | 22 | 60 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Communication increases average earnings in a common-pool resource game with spatial and temporal resource dynamics (a comparison of net earnings between the NCP condition and the C condition in periods 1 to 3).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

8.362e-9 | 0.631 | 63 | 42 | 105 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

In a memory test one week after learning, Retrieval Practice leads to participants recalling more correct information than Concept-Mapping (a comparison between the Retrieval Practice and Concept Mapping conditions).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.000039 | 0.602 | 40 | 47 | 114 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Reading literary fiction improves affective Theory of Mind (a comparison of the mean Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test (RMET) score between the literary fiction treatment and the nonfiction treatment in experiment 1).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0133 | 0.269 | 86 | 263 | 601 |

**Reference:**

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.

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Participants automatically project agents’ beliefs and store them in a way similar to that of their own representation about the environment (a comparison of the mean reaction time between the “P-A- treatment” and the “P-A+ treatment” in study 1 (within subject variation)).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0238 | 0.450 | 24 | 89 | 209 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Hand washing will significantly reduce the need to justify one’s choice by increasing the perceived difference between alternatives. Specifically, the mean difference between the rankings of the chosen and rejected albums before and after making the choice will be greater for the soap examining condition compared to the soap hand washing condition.

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0133 | 0.388 | 40 | 123 | 286 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Repeatedly imagining eating a food subsequently reduces the actual consumption of that food (a comparison of the 30-repetition treatment and the control treatment in experiment 1).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0092 | 0.453 | 32 | 89 | 211 |

**Reference:**

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.

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

In initially unequal situations, wealth visibility leads to greater inequality than when wealth is invisible (a comparison of the mean Gini coefficient between the visible and high initial inequality treatment and the invisible and high initial inequality treatment).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0044 | 0.201 | 200 | 480 | 1060 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Retrieval of mediators is greater with test-restudy practice than with restudy practice (a comparison of mean mediator retrieval between the test-restudy and the restudy treatments within the CMR treatment).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.02 | 0.377 | 36 | 132 | 306 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

In a high-pressure in-lab math test, those writing expressively about the upcoming test for 10 minutes perform better on that test compared to simply sitting quietly.

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.00003 | 0.793 | 20 | 26 | 66 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Priming intuition increases cooperation in a public goods game compared to priming reflection (a comparison of the mean contribution in a public goods game between the “intuition-good“/“reflection-bad” treatments and the “intuition-bad”/“reflection-good” treatments).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0089 | 0.141 | 343 | 942 | 2127 |

**Reference:**

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

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Low-wealth subjects, that are given fewer chances to win in repeated “Wheel of Fortune” type word puzzle games, perform worse in a subsequent attention task (Dots-Mixed task) than do high-wealth individuals (a comparison of the mean performance on the Dots-Mixed task between the “poor treatment” and the “rich treatment”).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.046 | 0.267 | 56 | 263 | 602 |

**Reference:**

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.

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

Computer terms are more accessible than general words after answering a block of hard trivia questions; measured as longer color-naming reaction times in a Modified Stroop Task after priming with computer terms compared to priming with non-computer terms (paired t-test, within subject variation).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.0021 | 0.437 | 46 | 93 | 218 |

**Reference:**

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.

**Hypothesis to replicate and bet on:**

An external activity from a list (e.g. watching television or reading a book) for 12 minutes is rated as being more enjoyable than a 12 minute “thinking period” entertaining themselves with their thoughts (a higher average self-rated enjoyment (the mean of three nine-point scale items) in the “external activities” treatment than in the “standard thought instructions” treatment in Study 8).

Original Study |
Replication Study |
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p-value |
stand. effect size (r) |
sample size (n) |
n (1^{st} data collection) |
n (2^{nd} data collection) |

0.000044 | 0.674 | 30 | 36 | 91 |