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Collabra: Psychology

Collabra: Psychology, the official journal of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science, is a mission-driven Open Access (OA) journal from the University of California Press that shares not only the research it publishes, but also the value created by the psychology community during the peer-review process.

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Clare Conry-Murray, Ann Mcconnon et al.
The replication crisis has shown that research in psychology and other fields including biology is not as robust as previously thought. In response, methods have been introduced to address the problem and increase reproducibility, including two ...
Tsz Keung Wong, Henk Kiers et al.
The aim of this study is to investigate whether there is a potential mismatch between the usability of a statistical tool and psychology researchers’ expectation of it. Bayesian statistics is often promoted as an ideal substitute for frequentists ...
Katherine Chia, Michael P. Kaschak
Linguistic convergence – the alignment of your linguistic choices with those of your conversation partner – is a well-known phenomenon. An unresolved question about linguistic convergence concerns whether there are individual differences in ...
Pierce Ekstrom, Calvin Lai
Moralized attitudes are the attitudes that people construe as matters of right and wrong. In this study, we examine how moralized attitudes relate to how people evaluate themselves using the Attitudes, Identities, and Individual Differences (AIID) ...
Tom Heyman, Robin Boere et al.
Stress is often associated with negative consequences, and this also applies in the context of memory retrieval. However, Smith, Hughes, et al. (2019) proposed that this relationship only holds for information stored in episodic memory, because it ...

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Collabra: Psychology, the official journal of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science, is a mission-driven Open Access (OA) journal from the University of California Press that shares not only the research it publishes, but also the value created by the psychology community during the peer-review process. Collabra: Psychology has 7 sections representing the broad field of psychology, and a highlighted focus area of “Methodology and Research Practice.”

eISSN: 2474-7394

Frequency: Published continuously

Impact Factor: 3.020

Editor-in-Chief: Simine Vazire, University of Melbourne, Australia

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Collabra: Psychology is proud to be the official journal of SIPS.

SIPS and Collabra: Psychology are currently inviting proposals from researchers for empirical research projects that will be considered as part of a registered report funding partnership. See the Call for Proposals here.

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The Collabra: Psychology editors invite submissions for a special collection entitled Has Replicability Improved? This project is supported by funding from the Center for Open Science and the John Templeton Foundation.

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