We are 40+ researchers from varying institutions around the world (mainly Western Europe, some with access to non-WEIRD samples) who would be willing to collect data for a study that is relevant for the field of human behavior and evolution. The study could be a replication of an influential finding, or a novel study investigating a question that is of general interest to the field. It should be possible to run the study in the lab (max. 30 minutes) without any specialized equipment or software.
If you are interested in using our network to coordinate a collaborative multi-lab project, please contact Bastian Jaeger (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information:
(1) a short description of the research question and hypothesis and why it is of special importance to the field,
(2) the name of the original paper (in case it is a replication),
(3) the expected length of the study, and
(4) what materials would be required.
Let me know if you have questions about our participant pools or anything else. In case multiple researchers are interested in using the available capacities, we will try to combine the studies into one study package that is administered simultaneously. Otherwise, the participating researchers will vote on which project to carry out.
*** You can also contact me if you are interested in contributing to this project by collecting data for a study proposed by somebody else ***
Aleksandra Szymkow (SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities), Bastian Jaeger (Tilburg University), Ben Jones (University of Glasgow), Christoph Schild (University of Copenhagen), Curtis Atkisson (UC Davis), Daniel Farrelly (Unicersity of Worcester), Daniel Nettle (Newcastle University), Dirk van Rooy (Australian National University), Emily Emmott (University College London), Emma Henderson (Kingston University), Eric Schniter (Chapman University), Florian van Leeuwen (Tilburg University), John Komar (Nanyang Technological University), Jonathan Schukz (Harvard University), Jordann Brandner (Kansas State University), Josh Ackerman (University of Michigan), Julia Jünger (University of Göttingen), Julie Driebe (University of Göttingen), Koko Ikeda (Chukyo University), Lars Penke (University of Göttingen), Lisa DeBruine (University of Glasgow), Manpal Bhogal (University of Wolverhampton), Meesha Warmington (University of Sheffield), Miguel A. Vadillo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Monica Koehn (Western Sydney University), Natalia Dutra (Durham University), Nathan Dhaliwal (University of British Columbia), Nicholas Grebe (Duke University), Olmo van den Akker (Tilburg University), Paula Sterkenburg (VU Amsterdam), Rhea Howard (Harvard University), Rita McNamara (Victoria University of Wellington), Ruben Arslan (Max Planck Institute for Human Development), Ryan Schacht (East Carolina University), Adil Saribay (Bogazici University), Shannon McCutcheon (Colorado State University), Simon Columbus (VU Amsterdam), Tanja Gerlach (University of Göttingen), Thomas Richardson (University of Manchester), Tobias Kordsmeyer (University of Göttingen), Victor Shiramizu (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte), Willem Sleegers (Tilburg University)