Skip to main content
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Archived
Creator
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 McKenna Parnes; Sarah Walker; Sally Ngo; Maggie Fenwood Hughes; Rosemary Meza
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

A scoping review of research exploring the use of a nonspecialist workforce to deliver child and adolescent mental health care.
Source: https://osf.io/t9n3j/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 David G. Weissman; Shafi Rubbani; Stephanie N. DeCross; Steven William Kasparek; Katie A. McLaughlin
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Childhood violence exposure is associated with increased risk for psychopathology, often beginning in adolescence. Difficulties with interoception – the perception of the body’s internal visceral state – have been proposed as a mechanism contributing to transdiagnostic risk for psychopathology in adolescence. However, interoception and its associated neural pathways remain unexplored in children or adolescents. The proposed study will investigate the following hypotheses: 1) greater...
Source: https://osf.io/tjqcp/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Marta Mielicki; Rahma Mbarki; Jinjing Jenny Wang
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

As in Experiment 1, this experiment will examine adult participants’ metacognitive monitoring and information seeking for the ANS task. We will replicate and extend Wang and Bonawitz (2019) by testing whether participants’ metacognitive monitoring shows a similar ratio-dependent signature typically observed for performance on ANS tasks, and whether there is an inverted U-shaped relationship between task difficulty (operationalized as ratio) and information seeking. In addition, we will test...
Source: https://osf.io/mtw7d/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Marc Phelan; Daniel Read
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Real-world risky investment and gambling decisions are often cumulative. The proceeds of one risky choice are regularly put into another risky choice. Here we extend on study 1 and 2 by introducing a learning-by-doing experimental set-up.
Source: https://osf.io/tq5xe/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

1. Does parenting motivation affect individuals’ social conservatism? 2. Does parenting motivation affect individuals’ moral vigilance? 3. Does parenthood status (and increases in parenting motivation) mediate age-related differences in social conservatism? 4. Does parenthood status (and increases in parenting motivation) mediate age-related differences in moral vigilance?
Source: https://osf.io/83jm9/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

There are two conceptually distinct factors comprising parenting motivation (i.e., protection and nurturance). The current study examines if these factors have similar or different implications for how age predicts social conservatism and moral vigilance. Currently, it is unknown whether the effects of age on social conservatism and moral vigilance reflect the unique implications of a (parental) motivational inclination to protect, nurture, or both. 1. Are the distinct factors comprising...
Source: https://osf.io/47nat/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Laura Houten; Ditte Beck Jepsen; Katie Robinson; Tahir Masud
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Objective: This scoping review aims to outline the extent of methodological variability in studies investigating the ability of dual-task gait assessment to predict falls in community-dwelling older adults. The review will also critically appraise included studies to inform future research. Introduction: The dual-task paradigm – completing a task while walking – has shown promise in its ability to predict falls in older adults. However, different types of task have been studied with no...
Source: https://osf.io/x7ypf/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Michael Prinzing
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This study investigates whether students who participate in the National High School Ethics Bowl (NHSEB) show improvements in positive intellectual and interpersonal traits.
Source: https://osf.io/cza9y/
The well-replicated comorbidity between depression and type 2 diabetes is thought to arise from the joint effects of psychological, behavioral, and physiologic processes. In order to understand these complex processes, new and innovative approaches to study design are needed. Namely, studies of monozygotic (identical) twins may provide an opportunity for clarifying how these processes inter-relate. This paper will describe the rationale, design, and characteristics of a longitudinal study of...
Source: https://osf.io/3mxuv/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Recent work by DiFeliceantonio and colleagues (2018) shows that people can discriminate between foods that are high in a single macronutrient compared to a combination of macronutrients. In this study, participants were willing to pay more for foods that were made of a combination of fat and carbohydrate, as opposed to mainly fat or mainly carbohydrate. They have suggested that fat and carbohydrate combine in a 'supra-additive' way to potentiate the effects of the macronutrients on food reward....
Source: https://osf.io/h7nrb/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Executive functions (EF) allow us to flexibly adapt our behaviour in the pursuit of a goal by coordinating thoughts and actions. Weaker EF is common in developmental disorders, as well as in children from lower socioeconomic status background, while higher EF associates with greater success at school and in the labour market. Creative dance is a real-world activity that incorporates complexity, novelty, and diversity, key ingredients thought to challenge EF. Creative dance also builds...
Source: https://osf.io/rmsju/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Francesco Scordamaglia; Antonio Vinci; Debora Naponiello; Pietro Maglio
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

systematic review on causes, characteristics and influences of Near Death Experiences
Source: https://osf.io/rejma/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Zack Grant; Jane Green; Geoffrey Evans
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Do concerns for the well-being of one's younger relatives impact one's attitudes to the taxation of inheritances? Existing research suggests that opposition to restrictions on the ability of citizens' to pass on wealth to their children, grandchildren, nephews etc. is fairly widespread. Even though this is one of the major ways in which economic inequalities are perpetuated over successive generations, there does not seem to be much political appetite for restricting the abilities of wealthier...
Source: https://osf.io/ydt9s/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Kathrin Reichmann; Mechteld Maria van den Hoek Ostende; Ulrike Schwarz
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

While attitude change induced via valenced pictures is a well-explored effect in Evaluative Conditioning (EC), this is not the case for symbolic scales, which do not necessarily elicit affect. Regarding food, this might be problematic; the missing affective component could lead to a mismatch between the representations used to guide food choice (modal, sensory experiences), and representations addressed by the symbolic scale (amodal, abstract reasoning on health outcomes). According to this...
Source: https://osf.io/4bfhx/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Mouktika Ayyagari; Rebecca Monk; Derek Heim
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Cannabis users have access to a wide range of products with varying levels of potency and consume cannabis in different social and environmental contexts, which may result in heterogeneous subjective effects. It is important that such experiences are understood, as acute adverse reactions of cannabis include hospitalisation and psychiatric symptoms including anxiety and psychosis, while positive responses may encourage continued use. Previous research on subjective effects has primarily focused...
Source: https://osf.io/2fzsy/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Zack Grant; Jane Green; Geoffrey Evans
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

A survey experiment on whether younger (older) voters would become more or less likely to support Labour and the Conservatives on the condition that the party would raise public spending on addressing the needs of older (younger) members of society. That is, is there political capital for an ostensibly youth-oriented (Labour) or pensioner-oriented (Conservative) party that seeks to address problems facing a social group that does not currently support them, or will existing core voters react...
Source: https://osf.io/v52ru/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Zack Grant; Jane Green; Geoffrey Evans
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Recent elections in Britain have demonstrated a pronounced age divide in party preference. In the last decade or so, pensioners and other older adults have moved decisively towards the Conservatives, while young adults under-40 have become much more homogenously pro-Labour. It has been speculated that this is the result of both age cohorts voting narrowly in their immediate self-interest. Retirees have fallen into line behind the party responsible for safeguarding the generous pensions 'triple...
Source: https://osf.io/ht3yb/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

We test if the link between PSM and cheating behaviour is moderated by sector association.
Source: https://osf.io/d5a6c/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Lukas Recker
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The Trail-Making-Test (TMT; Reitan, 1958) is a widely used test in neuropsychology to screen psychomotor skills and executive functions. The classic test version is conducted using pen and paper and has participants connect a sequence of numbers (TMT-A) or numbers and letters (TMT-B) in ascending order (Bowie & Harvey, 2006). In this version of the test, evaluation solely relies on completion times and errors. Recently, we introduced a new computerized version of the test which included...
Source: https://osf.io/hm2na/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Christian Flores
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

How does racial demographic change affect polarization and support for democracy among white Americans? Past research has found that exposure to increasing ethnoracial diversity leads to conservative shifts in white Americans' views, though this finding has recently failed to replicate (Stewart and Willer 2021; Brown, Rucker, and Richeson 2021; McCarthy 2022). No research, however, has linked racial demographic exposure to party affect or support for democracy despite increasing affective...
Source: https://osf.io/k768c/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Ying Su; Yaxi Li; Marlys Bueber; Deng Fei; Zhaorui Liu; Guoshuai Luo; Xuping Li; Luo Yanan; Liu Dongyang; Michael Phillips
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The volume of scientific research from China has increased dramatically over the last 30 years. The quality of this research has also improved, though at a somewhat slower rate. In several fields, cutting-edge research conducted in China is making significant contributions to the global corpus of knowledge in their respective disciplines. However, the extent to which this is the case for mental health research is unclear. A scoping review is needed to clarify China's contribution to and...
Source: https://osf.io/axwsj/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Gil Shner Livne; Ido Shitrit; Nadav Barak; Tomer Shechner
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Threat learning is a central mechanism underlying the development of anxiety disorders. Therefore, it is imperative to understand its neural underpinnings, particularly from a developmental perspective, and their association with the emergence of anxiety symptomatology. To the best of our knowledge, only two studies have examined threat learning processes in youth while recording electroencephalograms (EEGs) (Howsley & Levita, 2017; Linton & Levita, 2021). Furthermore, no study has...
Source: https://osf.io/y79s2/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Xiaoqian Li; Nina Ye; W. Quin Yow
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

A study on how social cognition changes with aging
Source: https://osf.io/nq2mv/
Over the past few decades there has been significant progress in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), including the development of new biologic and targeted disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs) [1]. Despite the development of these novel and expensive DMARDs, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has stated that increasing the effectiveness of adherence interventions may have a greater impact on the health of the population over any improvement in specific medication treatments...
Source: https://osf.io/3bv48/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Brooke Brady; Shally Zhou; Daniel Ashworth; Lidan Zheng; Ranmalee Eramudugolla; Md Hamidul Haque; Kaarin Jane Anstey
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

To date, life course ageing processes have predominantly been studied using traditional longitudinal cohort designs, with measurement bursts several years apart. Whilst this approach provides valuable insight into long-term developmental processes across age-groups, it cannot capture age-related processes that fluctuate on multiple – sometimes acute – timescales. New-wave approaches utilising smartphone technologies and passive monitoring of personal characteristics (e.g. physical activity)...
Source: https://osf.io/7n2bv/
Ziel dieser Arbeit ist eine abgewandelte Replikation der Studie "Attachment as a Predictor of Attraction to Humor Styles" von Luevano et al. (2021). Bestehende Studien zeigen Zusammenhänge zwischen Humor und der Qualität von romantischen Beziehungen. Darauf aufbauend untersuchte die Studie von Luevano et al. (2021), ob unterschiedliche Bindungsstile (unsicher-ambivalent / unsicher-vermeidend) einen Einfluss auf die Bewertung von Humorstilen haben. Im Gegensatz zu der Originalstudie,...
Source: https://osf.io/gekf9/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Sigrid Koob; Mogens K. Justesen
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Protest is a way for citizens to express their policy preferences, when other political actions, such as voting, are believed to be insufficient. Yet we know little about the effects of protest on public opinion. Protests may put direct pressure on the incumbent government through public disorder, but also indirectly through a shift in public opinion. In this paper, we examine the effect of protest on policy support among citizens exposed to images of protest relative to citizens not exposed....
Source: https://osf.io/f8pz2/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Andrew Meyer; shane frederick
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

We compare predictive validity of CRT scores to predictive validity of "hinted" CRT scores, which remove the need to over-ride the intuitive response (by telling people that the intuitive response is wrong). The goal is to assess the degree to which the CRT's predictive validity relies on the ability to over-ride the intuitive error.
Source: https://osf.io/tfe4z/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

We're compare CRT performance and mathematical reasoning performance across four online participant populations: MTurk, Forthright, Qualtrics, and Prolific
Source: https://osf.io/ek3m7/
A large amount of literature has been published regarding exercise interventions, conducted within dialysis units, among patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). However, in order to reduce the cost and to overcome the common barriers to physical activity, a growing interest has been developed towards exercise programs in home-based setting. To our knowledge, no previous meta-analysis investigates the relationship of home-based exercise with different clinical outcomes in ESRD patients....
Source: https://osf.io/zpn3u/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Ivan Flores Martinez; Benjamin Radford
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This study analyzes if having a history of drug addiction reduces social support.
Source: https://osf.io/fjnu2/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Danica Wilbanks
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

comparing participants' beliefs in robot resentment and takeover after watching a humanlike vs machine-like robot video
Source: https://osf.io/mxy3n/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Paul McKee
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

MAAT Study 2: Images. Investigating implicit moral bias through the use of a modified approach-avoidance task (AAT).
Source: https://osf.io/v46q9/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Milica Nikolic; Cristina Colonnesi; Terrence D. Jorgensen
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Although there is a long-standing idea that the interaction with other people, and especially the mother, influences the development of social self in the first years of life, surprisingly little research has been done on this topic. Here, we investigate the effects of maternal mentalizing (specifically mind-mindedness) and bio-behavioral synchrony with her infant on the developing self-conscious emotional reactivity in infancy.
Source: https://osf.io/m64yh/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Nutmeg Hallett
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

We are conducting a scoping review of organisational suicide prevention programmes with the aim of identifying how these could be applied to the NHS.
Source: https://osf.io/qmzst/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Ivana Smokovic; Timon Elmer; Christoph Stadtfeld
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Social influence, which we consider as the “change in an individual’s thoughts, feelings, attitudes, or behaviors that results from interacting with another individual or a group” (Rashotte, 2007, p. 4426), underpins many of the greatest problems we face in modern society and our ability to deal with them. Spread of misinformation and conspiracy theories, as well as increasingly polarized political parties, narratives, and elections, have impacted our ability to cope with global crises...
Source: https://osf.io/wezcs/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Jason Siegel; Maria McManus; Danielle Blazek
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Rationale: The need for increasing organ donor registrations is pressing, as thousands of people die each year waiting for a transplant. Therefore, an understanding of the effectiveness of different persuasive appeals is needed. This study assesses two appeals that have received relatively little research attention in the organ donor domain. The “3 in a 1,000” appeal informs people that a very small number of people die in such a way that their organs are viable for transplantation. The...
Source: https://osf.io/mn4ra/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

In this study, we will test whether the purpose for which one is evaluating a designed object influences the relationship between one’s preference ratings and one’s typicality and novelty ratings.
Source: https://osf.io/grav2/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Michelle L Byrne; Rahia Fairhead
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Previous research on the associations between ethnic identity, family conflict and youth mental health symptoms are largely based on cross-sectional data that cannot assess causal mechanisms. This study will address these issues by examining ethnic identity, family conflict, and mental health symptoms in a large, longitudinal study of adolescents.
Source: https://osf.io/v5ek9/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Magdalayna Drivas; Maranda Berndt; Olivia Reed
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

#WhatIEatInADay is a popular TikTok trend in which users post videos featuring all of the food they eat in a day. These videos continue to gain popularity despite dietitians' warnings that they may trigger disordered eating and low self-esteem. Using an online experiment, the goal of this study is to explore the relationship between exposure to food diary TikTok videos and subsequent body image satisfaction in young adults.
Source: https://osf.io/yrcuj/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 N. Derek Brown; Drew S Jacoby-Senghor; Isaac Raymundo
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This is a study about perceptions of equality
Source: https://osf.io/ty3qf/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Jason Chin; Celine van Golde; Mark Steele
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

We will survey Australian judges about their attitudes towards witness preparation in civil cases.
Source: https://osf.io/ej2rx/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Mark Brandt; Shree Vallabha; Jonathan Doriscar
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This project aims to understand when people are likely to blame current groups for past actions of their group using hypothetical historical wrongs and a conjoint analysis.
Source: https://osf.io/rnu4j/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Tatyana Bidopia; Natasha L Burke; Rachel A Ross; Alejandra Vivas Carbo
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This systematic review will examine the relationship between food insecurity and disordered eating symptoms in children and adolescents aged 18 years and below.
Source: https://osf.io/8tyjg/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Lowrie Burgess; Simona Skripkauskaite; Polly Waite; Professor Cathy Creswell
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The COVID-19 pandemic and related social restrictions brought about numerous changes to family life, with many children and parents schooling and working from home, having limited external contact, and experiencing reduced access to support (Young Minds, 2020). Data from the Co-SPACE study shows that periods of social restriction owing to the COVID-19 pandemic have been associated with increased mental health problems among both parents and children (Creswell et al., 2021; Shum et al., 2021a)....
Source: https://osf.io/ajexn/
This scoping review aims to summarize and map the existing literature examining research priority-setting exercises and implementation research priorities on primary maternal, new-born and child health (MNCH) care interventions in low- and middle- income countries and humanitarian contexts.
Source: https://osf.io/byxz7/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Psychological wellbeing is one of the important components to support the mental health of pregnant mothers. The purpose of this study was to mapping the intervention to improve the psychological well-being of pregnant mothers
Source: https://osf.io/ka8nz/
This research integrates public service motivation into the research on workplace deviance, and focuses on whether improving the public service motivation of grassroots workers can reduce the occurrence of workplace deviance. In addition, this paper will explore the mechanism behind this process, and draw up a moderated mediation model by analyzing the deep role of grassroots workers' self-efficacy and work engagement towards their own work. Through this research, it may be possible to find out...
Source: https://osf.io/c3avp/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Anna Stenkamp; Mark Fondacaro
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The purpose of this study is to identify if individuals interested in a career in law enforcement who have not undergone the training exhibit similar characteristics to law enforcement in their decisions to report misconduct
Source: https://osf.io/ksf63/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Anna Stenkamp; Mark Fondacaro
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Police officers often fail to report fellow officers’ misconduct (Chin & Wells, 1998; Cottler et al., 2014). One reason for this failure may be due to officers’ frequent exposure to reminders of their own death through training and work experience. This may reinforce their identification with their in-group, fellow officers, at the expense of protecting and serving the out-group, community members. In this experimental study, we will examine the role of two psychological...
Source: https://osf.io/mbtw9/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 David A. Klingbeil
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Reading Corps provides supplemental reading interventions to students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade in several states. Reading Corps provides interventions to second and third grade students in a 1:1 format where an AmeriCorps member (i.e., tutor) conducts each intervention session with one student. Interventions are scheduled to occur 5 days per week for 20 min per session. Tutors work with approximately 15 students, across Kindergarten through third grade, per day. As such, this is a...
Source: https://osf.io/dgn7h/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Alice Windle; Stephanie Champion; Carol Davy; Lenore de la Perrelle; Amy Marshall; Paul Ross; Gillian Harvey
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This is a protocol for a scoping review to identify factors (barriers and enablers) that influence implementation of evidence-based practice and innovations in aged care.
Source: https://osf.io/78pfj/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

How to reduce affective polarization in the United States? Focusing on Republicans, we argue that this can be achieved by providing them with factual information about the racial composition of American welfare recipients. This is because Republicans, who tend to hold negative stereotypes of racial minorities and therefore of Democrats, often overestimate Blacks’ reliance on welfare and their share in the Democratic Party. To test our claim empirically, we design an information provision...
Source: https://osf.io/jembk/
OSF Registries
Aug 18, 2022 Patrick Cabasag; Jeff Harrison; Frederick Sundram; Kebede Abera Beyene
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This document represents the pre-registration of the study protocol for the scoping review to be conducted on the identification and management of subthreshold depression and anxiety in primary care for long-term condition patients.
Source: https://osf.io/457db/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The current study leverages reverse correlation methodology to test whether Black and White perceivers similarly mentally represent the prototypic Black, relative to White, woman as less feminine and more masculine. A previous study with a majority, but not exclusively, White sample found that the prototypic Black woman was mentally represented as less feminine and more masculine than the prototypic White woman. Of primary interest in the current study is whether Black participants will...
Source: https://osf.io/5279d/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

In 2018, authors from USDA’s Agriculture Research Service (ARS) published a literature review (2) that summarized current knowledge of human milk nutrient composition in the United States. This comprehensive literature review captured studies published from 1980 to 2017, that were conducted in the United States and Canada. The review included 28 articles that reported on human milk composition of macronutrients and micronutrients. Most of the 28 articles were published before 1990 and mainly...
Source: https://osf.io/e5bf8/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Dayanne Kimberly Orellana Mendoza; Natasha Morales Escoffier; Fernanda Garcia; Marcela Losantos Velasco
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Quantitative research that aims to analyze the inter-relationship between IPV variables, including acceptability, knowledge, prevalence, and lifetime exposure (childhood and adulthood); and mental health outcomes within a Bolivian women sample.
Source: https://osf.io/6symt/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Behavior change consequently has the potential to radically impact health outcomes; however, changing health behavior poses steep challenges. Social incentive, or the influences that motivate individuals to adjust their behaviors based on social networks, is ubiquitous and has be demonstrated as an effective way to increase engagement and stimulate the long-term health behavior changes. Accordingly, the purpose of this scoping review is to investigate and synthesize the evidence of...
Source: https://osf.io/swqn8/
Child and family violence are prevalent, costly, and serious public health problems which have been linked to household economic stress, which has also been greatly increased during the Covid-19 pandemic. Increasing household income and reducing food insecurity during periods of under- or unemployment (including the pandemic) may prevent multiple forms of family violence, improving the health, safety, and well-being of children and women. This research will rigorously evaluate the impacts of...
Source: https://osf.io/4by6z/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Danielle Abate; Plyce Fuchu; Hope Koene; Odel Zadeh; Victoria Chamberlain; Leela Garg; Becky Baltich Nelson; Sarabeth Broder-Fingert
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a lifelong neurodevelopmental condition that is characterized by deficits in social communication and restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviors (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). ASD has become increasingly prevalent within the United States, with findings from the ADDM Network 2018 surveillance year indicating that 1 in 44 individuals have been diagnosed with the disorder (Maenner et al., 2021). In addition to experiencing these defining...
Source: https://osf.io/r8j6b/
The religiosity of immigrants can play a decisive role in how they cope with life. In the public discussion, their religiosity is both overestimated (e.g., as indicator for cultural difference) and underestimated (e.g., as facilitator of integration). The study therefore examines how the religiosity of refugee youth can function as a resource and as a risk in their individual coping with life, transition, and integration (measuring point 1, cross-sectional). In addition, in the later...
Source: https://osf.io/8h97t/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Marcus Penthin
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Source: https://osf.io/y2qc4/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The current study leverages reverse correlation methodology to test whether Black and White perceivers similarly mentally represent the prototypic Black, relative to White, woman as less feminine and more masculine. A previous study with a majority, but not exclusively, White sample found that the prototypic Black woman was mentally represented as less feminine and more masculine than the prototypic White woman. Of primary interest in the current study is whether Black participants will...
Source: https://osf.io/ejdf8/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Daisy J. Goodman; Elizabeth C. Saunders; Jesse Boggis; Mary F. Brunette; Heather Blunt; Cheri L. Bryer; Julie R. Doherty; Julia R. Frew; Deborah J. Johnson; Lisa A. Lamadriz; Sarah E. Lord; Milan F. Satcher; Allison L. Tobar; Bonny L. Whalen
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Objective: The objective of this scoping review is to identify and explore available evidence for the efficacy of treatment models integrating substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and obstetric care, compared to a non-integrated models where treatment and obstetric care occur in separate contexts. Introduction: Prior research has demonstrated the superiority of treatment for SUD during pregnancy for improving both perinatal and SUD outcomes, in comparison to not receiving SUD treatment. The...
Source: https://osf.io/q5ack/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Acsa Nara de Araújo Brito Barros; Maria Luisa do Nascimento Felipe; Lucia Leite-Lais; Lucia Fátima Campos Pedrosa
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This is a scoping review guided by the recommendations of the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) methodology for scoping reviews. The aim of this scoping review is to map the food frequency questionnaires developed and validated in Brazil.
Source: https://osf.io/g5j3k/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Katherine A. Grisanzio; Leah Somerville
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

We aim to use a longitudinal approach to chart within-person trajectories of different forms of negative affect across late childhood and adolescence.
Source: https://osf.io/7ryq3/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Juliano Teixeira Moraes; Marina Diva de Oliveira; Richardson Miranda Machado
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Source: https://osf.io/w3aez/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Juliano Teixeira Moraes; Marina Diva de Oliveira; Richardson Miranda Machado
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Relate and systematize scientific evidence on the safety of patients with mental disorders in hospitalization.
Source: https://osf.io/8bwg5/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Draško Kašćelan; M. Carme Parafita Couto
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This is a protocol for a scoping review. This scoping review aims to map the available evidence on code-switching in bilinguals with neurodevelopmental conditions across bilingual contexts in order to: (i) identify neurodevelopmental conditions in which code-switching phenomena has (not) been investigated; (ii) identify approaches used to explore code-switching in this population; (iii) describe the demographic and bilingualism-related characteristics of investigated populations; (iv) outline...
Source: https://osf.io/ru8pe/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Xiaoyi Liu; David Melcher
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Studies on behavioral oscillations demonstrate that visual sensitivity fluctuates over time and visual processing varies periodically, mirroring neural oscillations at the same frequencies. Do these behavioral oscillations reflect fixed and relatively automatic sensory sampling, or top-down processes such as attention or predictive coding? To disentangle these theories, the current study will use a dual-target rapid serial visual presentation paradigm, where participants indicate the gender of...
Source: https://osf.io/a98uf/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Dominika Tkacova; Marios Biskas; Thomas Webb; Fuschia Sirois
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Most important goals require continued efforts over a long period of time. Consequently, people often face lapses in pursuing their goals. Research has shown that people who respond with self-kindness, connectedness, and mindfulness (i.e., self-compassion; Neff, 2003) are more likely to successfully pursue their goals (e.g., Miyagawa, Taniguchi, & Niiya, 2018). However, adopting a self-compassionate approach can be challenging. For example, some people may have a tendency to be critical...
Source: https://osf.io/wvg46/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Érika Eberlline Pacheco dos Santos; Zaria Adams; Luiza Cremonese; Stela Maris de Mello Padoin; Aline Cammarano Ribeiro; Cristiane Cardoso de Paula
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This review aims to map the characteristics of communication channels for HIV diagnosis in pediatrics that are used by health professionals, family members, children and/or adolescents.
Source: https://osf.io/82h7t/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

A meta analysis and systematic review of six different studies comparing the effects of napping on cognitive functioning. The cognitive functions tested were alertness, memory, sleepiness and reaction time.
Source: https://osf.io/8s2wa/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Julia M. Stevenson-Street
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Content validation study (in two steps) to create a measure of attitudes toward corporate social responsibility.
Source: https://osf.io/r9gsq/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Raini N. Sizemore; Levi Baker
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

People who generally desire to form friendships will be more likely to create positive illusions about strangers and thus be more likely to want to initiate a friendship with those strangers compared to people who generally do not desire to form friendships. In this study, we will be manipulating the desire to form friendships as an extension from Study 2.
Source: https://osf.io/fu8aw/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Lauren C Bylsma; Naimisha Movva; Jon P. Fryzek; Saumitra Rege; R. Jeffrey Lewis
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

In 2020, 54.4% of the US population (over 177 million persons) had employer-based health insurance (Keisler-Starkey and Bunch 2021). Employer-based plans can either be fully-insured, where an employer purchases health insurance through a commercial insurer, or self-insured, where employers themselves collect premiums from employees and pay the medical claims of the employees and their dependents. The 2020 Kaiser Family Foundation Survey of Employer Health Benefits reported that 67% of employed...
Source: https://osf.io/qup2g/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Lauren C Bylsma
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Source: https://osf.io/t8hfk/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The purpose of this study is to form a knowledge base about the interventions used for children of school age experiencing educational interruption, especially in the context of the COVID-19 global pandemic. This is a scoping review to identify components of interventions and to report on any effectiveness or outcomes if they are found within the literature. The aim is to develop evidence based frameworks and explore interventions that combine historical and current research around children and...
Source: https://osf.io/27fn8/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Mikołaj Buczel; Malwina Szpitalak; Romuald Polczyk
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The study aims to examine the effectiveness of the warning + alternative technique (Ecker et al., 2010) in reducing the continued influence effect (CIE) of misinformation in terms of both its efficacy and time durability. CIE occurs when people continue to rely on information that is initially presented as true but is then retracted and revealed to be false (e.g., Brydges et al., 2018; Ecker & Antonio, 2021; Ecker et al., 2010; Guillory & Geraci, 2013; Johnson & Seifert, 1994;...
Source: https://osf.io/kf5jy/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Josh Bullock
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

“Nonreligion on Reddit” explicitly targets nonreligious, ex-religious, religious, and scientific subreddits utilising Big Data analytics. Reddit is an important social network for the nonreligious housing 2.7million followers in the community r/atheism alone. Our central aim is to explain what moral judgements and discourses exist on Reddit around the immorality of religion and nonreligion. Using artificial intelligence, natural language processing algorithms, online social network...
Source: https://osf.io/6yptu/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Rebecca Weil; Elena Groben; Lea Gröber; Michael Schilling
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The study investigates the phenomenon of self-hosting and, to this end, the population of self-hosters. Self-hosting is the practice of setting up and maintaining software on an infrastructure under one's own control instead of using proprietary Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers which are often criticized for violating data protection regulations. We see great potential in self-hosting as it puts people back in control over their own data and become independent from huge companies with...
Source: https://osf.io/4apwe/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Konoka Nishitsuji; Asako Miura
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

本研究は,著者らが作成した不公正世界信念尺度の構成概念妥当性を検討するために、不公正世界信念と犯罪者への非難や非人間化との関連を実験的に検討する。実験の手続きは村山・三浦(2015)の研究2を踏襲する。不公正世界信念は不公正の原因帰属先に関する3つの下位因子(運、社会構造、社会のルール)を持つ尺度を用いて測定し、仮説1「不公正の原因を社会のル..
Source: https://osf.io/kmev3/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Prachurya Dakshinakabat
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Central odontogenic fibroma is a rare benign mesenchymal tumor characterized by variable amounts of inactive looking odontogenic epithelium embedded in a mature fibrous connective tissue stroma and central giant cell granuloma is a benign non neoplastic intra osseous lesion mainly found in anterior mandible, characterized by multinucleated giant cell, representing osteoclasts or macrophages. In rare cases, COF may accompany a CGCG .This combined lesion is more aggressive than typical COF and to...
Source: https://osf.io/wrgx7/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Monalisha Mahapatra
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is an oral precancerous condition characterized by inflammation and progressive fibrosis of the submucosal tissues resulting in marked rigidity and trismus. Biochemical markers are diagnostic aids that play a very important role in early diagnosis and interception of OPMD as well as OSCC. We can find various biochemical markers in the saliva, serum and tissue of the patients with various OMPDs. Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) is one such marker which is abundantly...
Source: https://osf.io/czwn7/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 David Victor Fiedler; Stephanie Rosenstiel; Stefan Peters; Lena Zwanzleitner; Anna Lena Flagmeier; Leonie Sundmacher; Ander Ramos-Murguialday; Martin Hautzinger; Thomas Ehring; Sebastian Wolf; Gorden Sudeck
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Mental disorders are highly prevalent worldwide (Global Burden of Disease Collaborative Network, 2020). The provision of adequate treatment is rather scarce though e.g., in Germany only one in ten patients receives psychological or psychiatric treatment (Rommel et al., 2017). Exercise could be considered as an additional treatment option as it can positively impact the symptomatology of different mental disorders (Ashdown-Franks et al., 2020). As patients with mental disorders have motivational...
Source: https://osf.io/h8m2b/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Nika Adamian
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The goal of this project is to establish whether the speed of tracked objects in a multiple object tracking (MOT) task affects allocation of attention in early visual cortex. Our ability to track moving targets is limited and affected both by the number of tracked targets as well as their speeds. While it has been demonstrated that increasing the number of tracked targets results in weaker attentional selection in early visual areas (Andersen et al., 2019), it is yet unclear whether the same...
Source: https://osf.io/pxh25/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Thomas Steare; Sara Evans-Lacko; Gemma Lewis; Alexandra Pitman; Kelly Rose-Clarke; Praveetha Patalay
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Secondary data analysis of the Global School-based Student Health Survey of adolescents. This project will investigate the association between suicidality and food insecurity across countries, and whether the association differs across countries and is linked to a range of country-level factors.
Source: https://osf.io/kh4wx/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Isabella Rebasso; Yanna Krupnikov
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Are we drawn towards political anger and moral outrage? In this study, which the third in a series of experiment, we test this in an online conjoint experiment.
Source: https://osf.io/dqza2/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Source: https://osf.io/jwv2e/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Shawn Schwartz; Douglas Miller; Tammy T. Tran; Kevin Paul Madore; Anthony D. Wagner
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Some images appear to be intrinsically more memorable than others (Bainbridge, 2021; Rust & Mehrpour, 2020; Wakeland-Hart et al., 2022), and these effects are highly consistent across rememberers (e.g., Bainbridge, 2020; Isola et al., 2014). ResMem, a neural network model that predicts an image’s memorability, has been trained on recognition memory (i.e., memorability) data for nearly 70,000 images of common objects (e.g., animals, food, vehicles, sports) and scenes that span a...
Source: https://osf.io/yhtpk/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Tory D.A. Taylor; Frances McKee-Ryan; Alexis Hanna
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This research expands on our previous study, study 1 (also pre-registered), and considers the relation between the design and distribution of online surveys and data quality. In the present study, study 2, we attempt to both replicate and expand on manipulations related to technical survey quality based on survey design characteristics such as text effects, spacing, and item formatting.
Source: https://osf.io/3y6qr/
The planned study links content in social networking sites (SNS) to users’ self-reported perceptions, attitudes and participation. By means of automatized content analysis opinion climates and the degree of incivility will be derived from news media channels and user comments on SNS (Twitter, Facebook and YouTube) and linked with potential attitude shifts, discursive participation, political tolerance and acceptance of aggressive behavior.
Source: https://osf.io/w6jm2/
OSF Registries
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Do children treat ambiguous others as ingroup members or outgroup members? In Study 1, we tested participants' cooperative behavior toward someone whose group membership is ambiguous and compared it to situations with clear markers of ingroup or outgroup membership. We found that children's behavior depended on the strength of their biases: children biased in favor of the ingroup shared more with ingroup vs. outgroup members, and children biased in favor of the outgroup shared more with...
Source: https://osf.io/94ra8/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Brent Vernaillen; Anna Marzecová; Tom Verguts; Gerhard Jocham
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

The current study, that is the subject of a master dissertation, is part of a larger ongoing project on the role catecholamines such as noradrenaline and dopamine. This thesis will specifically focus on the contribution of noradrenaline to patch leaving decisions in a foraging context, and will test a specific set of hypotheses. In order to maximise reward, organisms constantly have to balance what is commonly referred to as the trade-off between exploitation (of known sources of reward) and...
Source: https://osf.io/h7q4p/
Background: Education is an important variable in the prediction of various psychiatric disorders, and numerous studies have supported the role of education, academic and cognitive performance in risk for suicidal behaviors (Gunnell et al., 2011; Hansson Bittár et al., 2020; Nyberg et al., 2020; Øien-Ødegaard et al., 2021; Phillips and Hempstead, 2017; Shah and Bhandarkar, 2009; Sörberg Wallin et al., 2020). Recently, Rosoff et al., (2020) have offered an investigation of the causal...
Source: https://osf.io/anh8r/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Phillip Witkowski; Joy Geng
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Attentional templates are the representation of task-relevant information used to guide visual search and identify targets (Geng and Witkowski, 2019). Previous work has shown that attentional templates are optimized to encode highly informative target features (Witkowski and Geng, 2019), but how the information value of visual dimensions are tracked and integrated into target predictions is still unknown. In three previous experiments (unpublished at the time of pre-registration) we show that...
Source: https://osf.io/p8tck/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Anonymous
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This study aims to examine whether motivations to signal high status lead consumers to be willing to put more effort into an anagrams task as a signal of self-control.
Source: https://osf.io/jypr5/
מטרת המחקר המוצע היא לבחון האם עמדות סמויות של יהודים כלפי ערבים קשורות בתדירות השימוש של המשתתפים ברשתות חברתיות. המחקר הוא עבודה סמינריונית במסגרת תואר שני בפסיכולוגיה חברתית.
Source: https://osf.io/muxvd/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Anonymous
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

This study examines if desires for status increase a consumer's desire to make their self-control signaling products visibly observable to others.
Source: https://osf.io/6x7uj/
OSF Registries
Aug 17, 2022 Amelia Mardon; Hayley B Leake; Emma Karran; Romy Parker; Rinkle Malani; G. Lorimer Moseley; K Jane Chalmers
data

eye 0

favorite 0

comment 0

Persistent pelvic pain is a major healthcare concern, affecting 14-25% of females of reproductive age. It is estimated that persistent pelvic pain costs AU$9.5 billion per year in expenses due to primary health care costs and loss of productivity. The current treatment options for persistent pelvic pain are heavily influenced by an outdated biomedical model and are accompanied with low recovery rates. This low recovery rate may be influenced by a lack of adaptation to a biopsychosocial model of...
Source: https://osf.io/3ecvr/