PSACON2021 Videos

October 28, 2021

Opening session with Nicholas Coles 

1A: Lay Perceptions of Crowd-Scientific Findings: The Risks of Variability and Lack of Consensus by Shilaan Alzahawi and Benoît Monin 

1B: How to understand and break the barriers toward team science? Communications across WEIRD and non-WEIRD academics by Sau-Chin Chen, Chun-Yu Lin & Chun-Chia Kung 

2A: ManyBabies: A large-scale replication effort with hard-to-reach and test populations by Christina Bergmann, Melanie Soderstrom & ManyBabies Governing Board 

2B: Qualitative Registered Reports: What, How, and Why? by Veli-Matti Karhulahti 

3A: Loss Gain (PSACR 001) by Charlie Dorison

Cognitive Reappraisal (PSACR 002) by Ke Wang 

Self Determination (PSACR 003) by Nicole Legate & Thuy-vy Nguyen

3B: Networking our Networks: Common Challenges in Big Team Science ie Soderstrom & Christina Bergmann  (ManyBabies), Drew Altschul (Many Primates), Nicholas Coles (PSA) & Olava Amaral (Brazilian Reproducibility Initiative)

4A: Advancing open science through the open scholarship knowledge base by Marcy Reedy (COS), Erin Buchanan, Mike Mallott, Felix Henninger

4B: Announcement of a new initiative by John Protzko 

Assessing the generalizability of visuospatial bootstrapping to novel stimulus types by Peter Mallik 

Cross-linguistic research is hard: Update to the SPAM-L by Erin Buchanan (30 minutes)

October 29, 2021

1A: Measuring ideology: Current practices, its consequences, and recommendations by Flavio Azevedo

More green than gray? Toward a sustainable overview of environmental spillover effects: A bayesian meta-analysis by Sandra Geiger 

1B: Investigating object orientation effects across 18 languages:  Final Report (PSA 002) by Sau-Chin Chen 

Gendered Prejudice around the World (PSA 003) by Curtis Phills and Zoltan Kekecs 

 2A: Who cares about the outgroup? Political ideology, intergroup empathetic concern, and moral decision-making  by Arathy Puthillam and Hansika Kapoor 

The role of shape and arousal in competition  for visual working memory resources by Andras N. Zsido, Diana T. Stecina & Michael C. Hout 

Updates from the PSA Translation and Cultural Diversity Committee by Asil Ali Özdoğru and Jan Philipp Röer 

2B: Using machine learning to prioritize direct replications of certain studies by Youyou Wu, Yang Yang, Brian Uzzi 

Examining the effect of mask-wearing on face and emotion recognition: A cross-cultural online study by Ai-Suan Lee, Hoo Keat Wong, and Ian D. Stephen 

3A:Measurement enthusiasts: Science meets meta-science by Joseph McFall & Scott Meier 

3B: Current approaches to multi-country replications in psychology by Shaakya Arnand-Vembar, Savannah Lewis, Hannes Jarke (preparation only), Sandra J. Geiger (preparation only) 

4A: The replication crisis in psychology by Paritosh Joshi, Aradhana Srinagesh & Emily Turner 

4B: Consortium of psychological scientists and researchers from developing countries: Establishment, vision and agenda by Alma Jeftić, Neha Parashar, Aishwarya Iyer 

Closing session: Do real-world contexts matter for social perception of faces? by Sally Yuan-Jun Xie, Dr. Sabrina Thai, Dr. Eric Hehman

October 30, 2021

1A: PSA005: Stereotype threat in black college students across many operationalizations by Patrick S. Forscher 

1B:  Replications & reversals in social sciences by FORRT – Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training 



PSA Study Selection Committee (Kathleen Schmidt)

PSA Ethics Committee (Dana Basnight-Brown, 

Biljana Gjoneska, Gerit Pfuhl, Anna Van ‘ t Veer)

PSA Project Monitoring Committee (Hannah Moshontz)

PSA Community Building and Network Expansion Committee (Miguel Silan) 

3B: Conducting cross-cultural qualitative research: Recommendations from a study on solitude by Aishwarya Iyer, Thuy-vy Nguyen, Zoey Tong 

Validity and reliability of the scale to measure access to transformative justice at work: A sample from northwestern Mexico by Martin Romero Cruz, Martha Frías Armenta & Nadia Sarai Corral Frias

4A: Addressing camera reactivity: Lessons from a study in developmental psychology  by Jop Flameling & Judi Mesman 

“Connect to cope and grow”: A multilevel examination of a positive psychological empowerment program for parents of children with disabilities from multi-nation cohorts by Yanchen Zhang, Mogi Bayasgalan, Sylvana Mahmic, Annick Janson, and Margaret L. Kern 

4B: How Can Smartphones Affect Flow State? by Razieh Pourafshari 

Changes in stress, mood, and anxiety disorders throughout an academic year in university students in Northwest Mexico by Nadia Sarai Corral Frias, Azalea Reyes Aguilar, David Watson 

Closing Session with Nicholas Coles