Revise and resubmit
We resubmitted the Stage 1 Registered Replication Report to AMPPS. All contributing lab PI should’ve received the manuscript via email. Translations of study materials are planned for the beginning of fall 2021.
Journal decision: Revise and resubmit
We received the first reviews on the Stage 1 manuscript which will be revised and resubmitted to AMPPS. One major change is that we’ll replace the social-distance study with a second temporal-distance study: Liberman and Trope (1998, Study 1). Data collections will be delayed until the beginning of fall 2021 at its earliest.
Paper under peer-review
The paper passed the editorial review process and will be sent out for peer review. We should learn the results from the review process within 10 weeks.
Revised paper submitted to AMPPS
Changes were made based on comments from an initial editorial review. They mainly concerned adding more detail to the paper. The study protocols and analysis plan are still the same as in the initial submission.
Changes to the RRR
The CLIMR coordinators are currently making changes to the RRR according to suggestions from an initial internal review at AMPPS. A lot has to do with including more details in the manuscript itself and specifying our analysis plan in more detail. When we’ve resubmitted the paper it will go out for peer-review.
Internal review completed
An initial internal review at AMPPS was completed. In sum, the project is considered to be a worthwhile project.
Writing ethics applications
The CLIMR coordinators sent e-mails to all labs who registered before this date with documents specifying the study procedures in more detail. It is also available here. This can be used to apply for ethical approval for the study at labs’ local review boards.
The study was submitted as a Registered Replication Report to Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science (AMPPS).
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We received a four-year grant from the Swedish Research Council to replicate key experimental findings underpinning construal level theory. Read more about the aim and specific studies here.