Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication

Charles R. Ebersole, Olivia E. Atherton, Aimee L. Belanger, Hayley M. Skulborstad, Jill M. Allen, Jonathan B. Banks, Erica Baranski, Michael J. Bernstein, Diane B.V. Bonfiglio, Leanne Boucher, Elizabeth R. Brown, Nancy I. Budiman, Athena H. Cairo, Colin A. Capaldi, Christopher R. Chartier, Joanne M. Chung, David C. Cicero, Jennifer A. Coleman, John G. Conway, William E. DavisThierry Devos, Melody M. Fletcher, Komi German, Jon E. Grahe, Anthony D. Hermann, Joshua A. Hicks, Nathan Honeycutt, Brandon Humphrey, Matthew Janus, David J. Johnson, Jennifer A. Joy-Gaba, Hannah Juzeler, Ashley Keres, Diana Kinney, Jacqeline Kirshenbaum, Richard A. Klein, Richard E. Lucas, Christopher J.N. Lustgraaf, Daniel Martin, Madhavi Menon, Mitchell Metzger, Jaclyn M. Moloney, Patrick J. Morse, Radmila Prislin, Timothy Razza, Daniel E. Re, Nicholas O. Rule, Donald F. Sacco, Kyle Sauerberger, Emily Shrider, Megan Shultz, Courtney Siemsen, Karin Sobocko, R. Weylin Sternglanz, Amy Summerville, Konstantin O. Tskhay, Zack van Allen, Leigh Ann Vaughn, Ryan J. Walker, Ashley Weinberg, John Paul Wilson, James H. Wirth, Jessica Wortman, Brian A. Nosek

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