Nominate a study to the Many EEGs Project
#eegmanylabs or the "Many EEGs" project is a crowdsourced replication initiative aiming to establish the reproducibility of psychological research employing EEG. Previous Many X initiatives have primarily focused on relatively low-cost studies that do not require specialist equipment. EEG studies generally require more time and resources, and, consequently, the reproducibility of such studies is largely unknown. Primarily, we are looking for influential studies that have never been replicated yet, but that have a big impact on the field. Impact is quantified by the number of citations that the paper received divided by the paper’s age (in years).
In the first phase of this project, we are looking for nominations of studies (or “reported effects”). These studies will be evaluated for impact and feasibility. The list of pre-selected studies (or “reported effects”) will be opened for participating labs to be claimed for a direct replication. When we have at least three labs that are willing to contribute to the replication, the study (or “reported effect”) will be included in the final protocol. Each lab will have to commit to collect enough samples to have 90% power to detect the effect, assuming that the effect size is 50% of that in the original study.
Depending on the available resources, participating labs may wish to participate in multiple replication attempts.
If you want your lab to be included to the project please fill out this form:
Example submissions and already nominated studies (check this first!) can be found here:
NOTE: You can also e-mail study suggestions to Yuri Pavlov (
Please enter the full APA citation for the proposed study, include the URL to article or DOI
Number of citations in Google Scholar
Enter your best guess for how long it would take a single research participant (subject) to complete the experiment part of this individual study (excluding EEG preparation time)
List of study requirements (please check all that apply)
Note that the nominated study must meet all of these requirements (all boxes must be checked) to be considered
Study has two or fewer experimental conditions (or can be adapted to two conditions while staying true to original implementation)
Study is experimental or correlational
Study examines a psychological topic
Study employs EEG as main method
Effect of interest
A given study can report on multiple effects, but the focus should be on one effect, central to the conclusions of the study. For example, "a difference between condition A and B in the time window between 130 and 300 ms since the stimulus onset in the gamma frequency band (55-70 Hz)".
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