Table S4.

Hypotheses for the 21 replication studies in the second set of prediction markets

56Preschool children and adults who are presented with a 3*3 matrix of color photographs of threat-relevant and threat-irrelevant stimuli and are asked to find the threat relevant target among eight treat-irrelevant distractors or the threat-irrelevant target among eight threat-relevant distractors will detect the threat-relevant target faster than the fear-irrelevant target.
57Older children select the correct object more frequently than what would be expected by chance in “where” trials.
58The discontinuity effect (that groups make more competitive choices than individuals) is larger under low partner control–joint control (the low PC-JC matrix) than under high partner control–joint control (the high PC-JC matrix).
59The effect of processing style on social judgments will be partially mediated by hemisphere activation (stronger right hemisphere activation will be related to assimilation judgments, whereas stronger left hemisphere activation will be related to contrast judgments).
60Men who feel threatened in their faith of the political and economic climate of their country will show a greater romantic interest in women who are portrayed as embodying benevolent sexist ideals than in women who are portrayed as career oriented, party seeking, active in social cases, or athletic.
61Participants with higher cognitive ability are better than participants with lower cognitive ability at determining which cards must be turned over to prove the validity of a proposed rule regarding the two sides of four displayed cards.
62Participants in the “vulnerable condition” will believe that the confederate's expressions were happier than their private feelings, and this effect will be larger in the “vulnerable condition” than in the “control condition.”
63A relationship between self-esteem and later health outcomes is mediated through interpersonal stress.
64Participants who receive neutral statements will outperform participants who receive feedback expressing self-handicapping thoughts.
65The contribution rate to pool B in the IPD-MD (intergroup prisoners dilemma–maximizing difference) game will be lower than the contribution rate to pool B in the IPD (intergroup prisoners dilemma) game.
66When pseudohomophones rather than legal nonwords are used as the nonwords in lexical tasks, there is a stimulus quality and word frequency interaction effect.
67There is an interaction between commitment (regular vs. first-time donors) and focus intervention (the “to date” condition vs. the “to go” condition). The direction of the interaction is that regular donors donate more in the “to go” than in the “to date” condition and this effect is decreased or reversed for first time donors.
68Participants faced with the task of selecting the correct ink color for a word presented to them will make more color identification errors in low-contingency trials where words have a low correlation to colors, than in medium-contingency trials where words have a stronger correlation to colors.
69There is a three-way interaction between response (stereotype consistent vs. stereotype inconsistent), correctness (correct vs. incorrect), and proportion (neutral vs. conflicting).
70Considering that people sample from a database including a constant ratio of more positive than negative information for three providers, in the two-way interaction effect of provider (manipulating sample size) and valence (positive vs. negative information), the tendency to underestimate the frequency of positive and to overestimate the frequency of negative observations will increase from the provider with the smallest to the provider with the highest overall frequency due to differential regression effects.
71When participants perform a response time task identifying words as either old or new, response times to misses (old items judged as new) are faster than response times to correct rejections (new items judged as new), indicating that priming can occur independently of recognition.
72Participants who are expecting to play confrontational video games prefer anger-inducing experiences to exciting experiences.
73Under low-switch conditions, recall performance of consonants is worse for degraded stimuli compared with normal stimuli.
74Males show less sensitivity in distinguishing between friendliness and sexual interest than women.
75The difference in measured “trust and comfort” between the high fairness condition and the low fairness condition is larger for African American participants than for white participants.
76The sum effect will be more pronounced in the categorically related word pairs priming condition than the misaligned unrelated word pairs priming condition.