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by Aarts, A.A and Anderson, J.E and Anderson, C.J and Attridge, P.R and Attwood, A and Axt, J.R and Babel, M and Bahnik, S and Baranski, E and Barnett-Cowan, M and Bartmess, E and Beer, J and Bell, R and Bentley, H and Beyan, L and Binion, G and Borsboom, D and Bosch, A and Bosco, F.A and Bowman, S.D and Brandt, M.J and Braswell, E and Brohmer, H and Brown, B.T and Brown, K and Bruning, J and Calhoun-Sauls, A and Callahan, S.P and Chagnon, E and Chandler, J and Chartier, C.R and Cheung, F and Christopherson, C.D and Cillessen, L.J.G and Clay, R and Cleary, H and Cloud, M.D and Cohn, M and Cohoon, J and Columbus, S and Cordes, A and Costantini, G and Alvarez, L.D.C and Cremata, E and Crusius, J and DeCoster, J and DeGaetano, M.A and Della Penna, N and Bezemer, B. den and Deserno, M.K and Devitt, O and Dewitte, L and Dobolyi, D.G and Dodson, G.T and Donnellan, M.B and Donohue, R and Dore, R.A and Dorrough, A and ber, A and Dugas, M and Dunn, E.W and Easey, K and Eboigbe, S and Eggleston, C and Embley, J and Epskamp, S and Errington, T.M and Estel, V and Farach, F.J and Feather, J and Fedor, A and Fernandez-Castilla, B and Fiedler, S and Field, J.G and Fitneva, S.A and Flagan, T and Forest, A.L and Forsell, E and Foster, J.D and Frank, M.C and Frazier, R.S and Fuchs, H and Gable, P and Galak, J and Galliani, E.M and Gampa, A and Garcia, S and Gazarian, D and Gilbert, E and Giner-Sorolla, R and Glöckner, A and Goellner, L and Goh, J.X and Goldberg, R and Goodbourn, P.T and Gordon-McKeon, S and Gorges, B and Gorges, J and Goss, J and Graham, J and ... and Open Sci Collaboration and Open Science Collaboration and Stockholms universitet and Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten and Stressforskningsinstitutet
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2015, Volume 349, Issue 6251, pp. aac4716 - aac4716
Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. We conducted replications of 100... 
REPLICATION | PUBLICATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | POWER | INCENTIVES | PREVALENCE | TRUTH | REPLICABILITY | Causality | Experimental psychology | Samhällsvetenskap | Social Sciences | Psychology | Psykologi
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Perspectives on Psychological Science, ISSN 1745-6916, 11/2012, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp. 657 - 660
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2016, Volume 351, Issue 6277, pp. 1037 - 1037
Gilbert et al. conclude that evidence from the Open Science Collaboration’s Reproducibility Project: Psychology indicates high reproducibility, given the study... 
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | REPLICATION | Publishing | Research | Behavioral Research | Psychology | Science | Samhällsvetenskap | Social Sciences | Psykologi
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 08/2015, Volume 349, Issue 6251, pp. aac4716 - 943
Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. We conducted replications of 100... 
Confidence Intervals | Reproducibility of Results | Publishing | Behavioral Research | Psychology | Publication Bias | Research | Research Design | Periodicals as Topic | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES
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Canadian Geriatrics Journal, 09/2017, Volume 20, Issue 3, p. 120
[...]key components of the SPA-LTC program will be introduced including: (a) the formation of onsite interdisciplinary palliative champion teams; (b) Comfort... 
Clothing | Research | Interdisciplinary aspects | Patients | Textiles | Training | Sarcopenia | Musculoskeletal system | Ultrasonic imaging | Researchers | Strain gauges | Collaboration | Frailty | Sensors
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by Aarts, Alexander A and Anderson, Joanna E and Anderson, Christopher J and Attridge, Peter R and Attwood, Angela and Axt, Jordan and Babel, Molly and Bahnik, Stepan and Baranski, Erica and Barnett-Cowan, Michael and Bartmess, Elizabeth and Beer, Jennifer and Bell, Raoul and Bentley, Heather and Beyan, Leah and Binion, Grace and Borsboom, Denny and Bosch, Annick and Bosco, Frank A and Bowman, Sara D and Brandt, Mark J and Braswell, Erin and Brohmer, Hilmar and Brown, Benjamin T and Brown, Kristina and Bruening, Jovita and Calhoun-Sauls, Ann and Chagnon, Elizabeth and Callahan, Shannon P and Chandler, Jesse and Chartier, Christopher R and Cheung, Felix and Cillessen, Linda and Christopherson, Cody D and Clay, Russ and Cleary, Hayley and Cloud, Mark D and Cohn, Michael and Cohoon, Johanna and Columbus, Simon and Cordes, Aneas and Costantini, Giulio and Alvarez, Leslie D. Cramblet and Cremata, Ed and Crusius, Jan and DeCoster, Jamie and DeGaetano, Michelle A and Della Penna, Nicolas and den Bezemer, Bobby and Deserno, Marie K and Devitt, Olivia and Dewitte, Laura and Dobolyi, David G and Dodson, Geneva T and Donnellan, M. Brent and Donohue, Ryan and Dore, Rebecca A and Dorrough, Angela and ber, Anna and Dugas, Michelle and Dunn, Elizabeth W and Easey, Kayleigh and Eboigbe, Sylvia and Eggleston, Casey and Embley, Jo and Epskamp, Sacha and Errington, Timothy M and Estel, Vivien and Farach, Frank J and Feather, Jenelle and Fedor, Anna and Fernandez-Castilla, Belen and Fiedler, Susann and Field, James G and Fitneva, Stanka A and Flagan, Taru and Forest, Amanda L and Forsell, Eskil and Foster, Joshua D and Frank, Michael C and Frazier, Rebecca S and Fuchs, Heather and Gable, Philip and Galak, Jeff and Galliani, Elisa Maria and Gampa, Anup and Garcia, Sara and Gazarian, Douglas and Gilbert, Elizabeth and Giner-Sorolla, Roger and Gloeckner, Aneas and Goellner, Lars and Goh, Jin X and Goldberg, Rebecca and Goodbourn, Patrick T and Gordon-McKeon, Shauna and Gorges, Bryan and Gorges, Jessie and Goss, Justin and Graham, Jesse and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2015, Volume 349, Issue 6251
INTRODUCTION Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. Scientific claims should... 
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by Anderson, Joanna E and Aarts, Alexander A and Anderson, Christopher J and Attridge, Peter R and Attwood, Angela and Axt, Jordan and Babel, Molly and Bahník, Štěpán and Baranski, Erica and Barnett-Cowan, Michael and Bartmess, Elizabeth and Beer, Jennifer and Bell, Raoul and Bentley, Heather and Beyan, Leah and Binion, Grace and Borsboom, Denny and Bosch, Annick and Bosco, Frank A and Bowman, Sara D and Brandt, Mark J and Braswell, Erin and Brohmer, Hilmar and Brown, Benjamin T and Brown, Kristina and Brüning, Jovita and Calhoun-Sauls, Ann and Callahan, Shannon P and Chagnon, Elizabeth and Chandler, Jesse and Chartier, Christopher R and Cheung, Felix and Christopherson, Cody D and Cillessen, Linda and Clay, Russ and Cleary, Hayley and Cloud, Mark D and Conn, Michael and Cohoon, Johanna and Columbus, Simon and Cordes, Aneas and Costantini, Giulio and Alvarez, Leslie D Cramblet and Cremata, Ed and Crusius, Jan and DeCoster, Jamie and DeGaetano, Michelle A and Penna, Nicolás Delia and Den Bezemer, Bobby and Deserno, Marie K and Devitt, Olivia and Dewitte, Laura and Dobolyi, David G and Dodson, Geneva T and Donnellan, M. Brent and Donohue, Ryan and Dore, Rebecca A and Dorrough, Angela and ber, Anna and Dugas, Michelle and Dunn, Elizabeth W and Easey, Kayleigh and Eboigbe, Sylvia and Eggleston, Casey and Embley, Jo and Epskamp, Sacha and Errington, Timothy M and Estel, Vivien and Farach, Frank J and Feather, Jenelle and Fedor, Anna and Fernández-Castilla, Belén and Fiedler, Susann and Field, James G and Fitneva, Stanka A and Flagan, Taru and Forest, Amanda L and Forsell, Eskil and Foster, Joshua D and Frank, Michael C and Frazier, Rebecca S and Fuchs, Heather and Gable, Philip and Galak, Jeff and Galliani, Elisa Maria and Gampa, Anup and Garcia, Sara and Gazarian, Douglas and Gilbert, Elizabeth and Giner-Sorolla, Roger and Glöckner, Aneas and Goellner, Lars and Goh, Jin X and Goldberg, Rebecca and Goodbourn, Patrick T and Gordon-McKeon, Shauna and Gorges, Bryan and Gorges, Jessie and Goss, Justin and Graham, Jesse and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 08/2015, Volume 349, Issue 6251
Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. We conducted replications of 100... 
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by Aarts, Alexander A and Anderson, Joanna E and Anderson, Christopher J and Attridge, Peter R and Attwood, Angela and Axt, Jordan and Babel, Molly and Bahník, Štěpán and Baranski, Erica and Barnett-Cowan, Michael and Bartmess, Elizabeth and Beer, Jennifer and Bell, Raoul and Bentley, Heather and Beyan, Leah and Binion, Grace and Borsboom, Denny and Bosch, Annick and Bosco, Frank A and Bowman, Sara D and Brandt, Mark J and Braswell, Erin and Brohmer, Hilmar and Brown, Benjamin T and Brown, Kristina and Brüning, Jovita and Calhoun-Sauls, Ann and Callahan, Shannon P and Chagnon, Elizabeth and Chandler, Jesse and Chartier, Christopher R and Cheung, Felix and Christopherson, Cody D and Cillessen, Linda and Clay, Russ and Cleary, Hayley and Cloud, Mark D and Conn, Michael and Cohoon, Johanna and Columbus, Simon and Cordes, Aneas and Costantini, Giulio and Alvarez, Leslie D Cramblet and Cremata, Ed and Crusius, Jan and DeCoster, Jamie and DeGaetano, Michelle A and Penna, Nicolás Delia and Den Bezemer, Bobby and Deserno, Marie K and Devitt, Olivia and Dewitte, Laura and Dobolyi, David G and Dodson, Geneva T and Donnellan, M. Brent and Donohue, Ryan and Dore, Rebecca A and Dorrough, Angela and ber, Anna and Dugas, Michelle and Dunn, Elizabeth W and Easey, Kayleigh and Eboigbe, Sylvia and Eggleston, Casey and Embley, Jo and Epskamp, Sacha and Errington, Timothy M and Estel, Vivien and Farach, Frank J and Feather, Jenelle and Fedor, Anna and Fernández-Castilla, Belén and Fiedler, Susann and Field, James G and Fitneva, Stanka A and Flagan, Taru and Forest, Amanda L and Forsell, Eskil and Foster, Joshua D and Frank, Michael C and Frazier, Rebecca S and Fuchs, Heather and Gable, Philip and Galak, Jeff and Galliani, Elisa Maria and Gampa, Anup and Garcia, Sara and Gazarian, Douglas and Gilbert, Elizabeth and Giner-Sorolla, Roger and Glöckner, Aneas and Goellner, Lars and Goh, Jin X and Goldberg, Rebecca and Goodbourn, Patrick T and Gordon-McKeon, Shauna and Gorges, Bryan and Gorges, Jessie and Goss, Justin and Graham, Jesse and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2015, Volume 349, Issue 6251, pp. 253 - 267
Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. We conducted replications of 100... 
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Gait & Posture, ISSN 0966-6362, 01/2018, Volume 59, pp. 40 - 45
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related deaths and hospitalizations, with older adults at an increased risk. As humans age, physical changes and health... 
Falls | Aging | Multisensory integration | Temporal order | Postural perturbation | Vestibular | SPORT SCIENCES | SYNCHRONY | OLDER-ADULTS | TEMPORAL-ORDER JUDGMENTS | CONSTANCY | NEUROSCIENCES | BALANCE | STANCE | PERCEPTION | ORTHOPEDICS | REACTION-TIMES | AGE | Acoustic Stimulation - methods | Young Adult | Humans | Middle Aged | Adult | Female | Male | Aged | Time Perception - physiology | Accidental Falls | Judgment - physiology | Analysis | Time perception
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Journal of Vision, ISSN 1534-7362, 08/2014, Volume 14, Issue 10, pp. 1170 - 1170
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Multisensory Research, ISSN 2213-4794, 2018, Volume 2018, Issue 3-4, pp. 145 - 149
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Neuroscience Letters, ISSN 0304-3940, 02/2017, Volume 639, pp. 167 - 172
Falling down is a common event that threatens the survival of an organism. Simple, yet sophisticated neural mechanisms allow for rapid detection of a fall as... 
Fall | Multisensory integration | Temporal order | Auditory | Postural perturbation | Vestibular | SYNCHRONY | OLDER-ADULTS | TEMPORAL-ORDER JUDGMENTS | CONSTANCY | TIME | NEUROSCIENCES | PERCEPTION | Young Adult | Posture - physiology | Visual Perception - physiology | Photic Stimulation - methods | Humans | Adult | Reaction Time | Auditory Perception - physiology | Judgment - physiology | Analysis | Time perception
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Psychological Science, ISSN 0956-7976, 8/2016, Volume 27, Issue 8, pp. 1146 - 1156
Two episodes of attentional selection cannot occur very close in time. This is the traditional account of the attentional blink, whereby observers fail to... 
attention | open materials | visual perception | open data | statistical analysis | ERRORS | SERIAL VISUAL PRESENTATION | MODEL | PERCEPTION | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PRESENTATION TASKS | BINDING | WORKING-MEMORY | Attention - physiology | Pattern Recognition, Visual | Visual Perception - physiology | Attentional Blink - physiology | Humans
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Experimental Brain Research, ISSN 0014-4819, 1/2016, Volume 234, Issue 1, pp. 331 - 340
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Vision Research, ISSN 0042-6989, 04/2015, Volume 109, pp. 158 - 165
Humans can detect whether an unstable object will fall or right itself, suggesting that the visual system can extract an object’s center of mass (COM) and... 
Perceived object stability | Material | Critical angle | Naïve physics | 3D shape | Center of mass | SIZE | CENTERS | NEUROSCIENCES | PSYCHOLOGY | Naive physics | ROLES | OPHTHALMOLOGY | WEIGHT | Young Adult | Analysis of Variance | Form Perception - physiology | Humans | Depth Perception - physiology | Adult | Female | Male | Optical Phenomena | Imaging, Three-Dimensional | Photic Stimulation | Physical Phenomena
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