Designing multi-lab replication projects: Number of labs matters more than number of participants

In a multi-lab replication project, multiple teams of investigators team up to all run the same study (or studies) concurrently at different research sites. The best examples of this in psychology are the various Many Labs projects. There are lots of reasons why multi-lab replication projects are great. For example, they allow us to estimate … Continue reading Designing multi-lab replication projects: Number of labs matters more than number of participants