Replication of influential studies by undergraduates
We are soliciting ideas for influential studies in ecology / evolutionary biology / animal behavior that would be logistically feasible to replicate by well-supervised undergraduates.

This is an early stage in a project designed to:
- introduce students to the role of replication in science
- promote the development of a culture of well-designed replication in ecology and evolution

To this end, we are developing undergraduate laboratory modules that are explicitly designed to encourage students to understand science as an iterative process that includes replication as a tool to assess the validity and generality of hypotheses.

These undergraduate modules will be replications of influential studies. Data from each replication will be submitted to a central database to facilitate later meta-analyses of student replication (and modules will be designed to promote reliability of student data).

To learn more, go to http://people.whitman.edu/~parkerth/replication.html

PLEASE ADD YOUR IDEAS IN THE FORM BELOW

Influential study: Author(s)
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Influential study: Year of publication
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Influential study: journal of publication
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Influential study: Any additional information (e.g., subject of study, why worth replicating, why feasible for undergrads, etc.)
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