Brian A. Nosek
University of Virginia
StatisticsTest validityReplication (statistics)Developmental psychologyAssociation (psychology)PsychologyIdeologyCognitionPolitical scienceCognitive psychologyImplicit attitudeOpen scienceImplicit-association testPrejudiceComputer scienceImplicit cognitionMedicineSocial psychologySocial cognitionPolitics
262Publications
91H-index
41.2kCitations
Publications 232
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#1Brian A. Nosek (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 91
#2Tom E HardwickeH-Index: 11
Last. Simine VazireH-Index: 46
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#1Domenico Viganola (World Bank Group)H-Index: 5
#5Magnus Johannesson (HHS: Stockholm School of Economics)H-Index: 12
There is evidence that prediction markets are useful tools to aggregate information on researchers' beliefs about scientific results including the outcome of replications. In this study, we use pre...
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#1Courtney K. Soderberg (Center for Open Science)H-Index: 8
#2Tim Errington (Center for Open Science)H-Index: 12
Last. Brian A. Nosek (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 91
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In registered reports (RRs), initial peer review and in-principle acceptance occur before knowing the research outcomes. This combats publication bias and distinguishes planned from unplanned research. How RRs could improve the credibility of research findings is straightforward, but there is little empirical evidence. Also, there could be unintended costs such as reducing novelty. Here, 353 researchers peer reviewed a pair of papers from 29 published RRs from psychology and neuroscience and 57 ...
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#1Brian A. Nosek (Center for Open Science)H-Index: 91
Sherman and Rivers (this issue) summarize conceptual and definitional problems with the term “social priming” and identify potential characterizations that distinguish replicable and more questiona...
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#1Dario Cvencek (UW: University of Washington)H-Index: 12
#2Andrew N. Meltzoff (UW: University of Washington)H-Index: 112
Last. Anthony G. Greenwald (UW: University of Washington)H-Index: 108
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This meta-analysis evaluated theoretical predictions from balanced identity theory (BIT) and evaluated the validity of zero points of Implicit Association Test (IAT) and self-report measures used t...
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#1Emilio M. Bruna (UF: University of Florida)H-Index: 34
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#1Marjan Bakker (Tilburg University)H-Index: 14
#2Coosje Lisabet Sterre Veldkamp (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 8
Researchers face many, often seemingly arbitrary, choices in formulating hypotheses, designing protocols, collecting data, analyzing data, and reporting results. Opportunistic use of “researcher degrees of freedom” aimed at obtaining statistical significance increases the likelihood of obtaining and publishing false-positive results and overestimated effect sizes. Preregistration is a mechanism for reducing such degrees of freedom by specifying designs and analysis plans before observing the res...
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#1Charles R. EbersoleH-Index: 12
#4Diane-Jo Bart-Plange (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 2
Last. Brian A. Nosek (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 91
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Replication studies in psychological science sometimes fail to reproduce prior findings. If these studies use methods that are unfaithful to the original study or ineffective in eliciting the pheno...
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#1Courtney K. Soderberg (Center for Open Science)H-Index: 8
#2Tim Errington (Center for Open Science)H-Index: 12
Last. Brian A. Nosek (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 91
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Preprints increase accessibility and can speed scholarly communication if researchers view them as credible enough to read and use. Preprint services do not provide the heuristic cues of a journal's reputation, selection, and peer-review processes that, regardless of their flaws, are often used as a guide for deciding what to read. We conducted a survey of 3759 researchers across a wide range of disciplines to determine the importance of different cues for assessing the credibility of individual...
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To avoid stalemates and provide lessons, replicators and original researchers must reach agreement on a study design and set out expectations ahead of time. To avoid stalemates and provide lessons, replicators and original researchers must reach agreement on a study design and set out expectations ahead of time.
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