See below a message from OOW member Philip Cohen:
Here is a funded research opportunity for sociologists. I’m happy to discuss this with anyone who is interested in conducting replications. Or contact the organizers directly. – Philip Cohen, email@example.com
The Systematizing Confidence in Open Research and Evidence project (SCORE) is looking for researchers to help conduct secondary data replications of claims published in leading social-behavioral sciences journals between 2009-2018. There are two different ways to participate in this project:
· Identify and prepare datasets that provide independent evidence about a claim found in this spreadsheet. Researchers will receive $2,000 for each dataset they prepare. The claims that are not already highlighted should be prioritized. The first step is to complete a data proposal following this template, which should be submitted to Andrew or Anna at COS.
· Analyze a dataset provided to you. Researchers will receive $1,000 for each dataset they analyze. The list of studies available for analysis is here. Any project not highlighted is still available, and this list will be continually updated as more datasets become available. Researchers should contact Andrew or Anna at COS when they’ve identified a project they’d like to serve as a data analyst for.