We are currently accepting application for our first class of IC Scholars. Students in the IC Scholars Program receive a $1,000 renewable, merit-based scholarship per year. Scholars may be in any major course of study at Ashland University but are required to sign up for 1 credit of Directed Research in Psychology each semester at AU. Scholars meet as a full group with the Director every week to discuss research projects, pertinent readings, and emerging issues in collaborative research.
AUICRC affiliated students and faculty are currently contributing to the following research projects:
- The Psychological Science Accelerator
- Pipeline Project 2: Opening up Pre-Publication Independent Replication to the World
- Many Labs 4: Investigating the Effects of Researcher Expertise on Replication Outcomes
- Many Labs 5: Can Conducting Formal Peer Review in Advance Improve Reproducibility?
- The Many Beds Project: Co-sleeping Around the World
- What’s in a (Manipulated) Walk?
AUICRC affiliated students and faculty have contributed to the following scientific publications:
- Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
- Response to comment on “Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science”
- Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication
- Observe, hypothesize, test, repeat: Luttrell, Petty, and Xu (2017) demonstrate good science
- A new ‘accelerator’ aims to bring big science to psychology (Science Magazine)
- A new age for psychology? (The Psychologist)
- Accelerating Psychological Science with Large-Scale Collaborations (JEPS Bulletin)
- Online Platform Aims to Facilitate Replication Studies (The Scientist)
- StudySwap (Society for Personality and Social Psychology)
- Need to find a replication partner, or collaborator? There’s an online platform for that (Retraction Watch)