Jesse Chandler
Jesse Chandler
Adjunct Faculty, University of Michigan
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Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Science 349 (6251), aac4716, 2015
Running experiments on amazon mechanical turk
G Paolacci, J Chandler, PG Ipeirotis
Judgment and Decision making 5 (5), 411-419, 2010
Inside the Turk: Understanding Mechanical Turk as a participant pool
G Paolacci, J Chandler
Current directions in psychological science 23 (3), 184-188, 2014
Using Mechanical Turk to study clinical populations
DN Shapiro, J Chandler, PA Mueller
Clinical psychological science 1 (2), 213-220, 2013
& Nosek, BA (2014). Investigating variation in replicability: A “many labs” replication project
RA Klein, KA Ratliff, M Vianello, RB Adams Jr, Š Bahník, MJ Bernstein, ...
Social psychology 45 (3), 142-152, 0
Nonnaďveté among Amazon Mechanical Turk workers: Consequences and solutions for behavioral researchers
J Chandler, P Mueller, G Paolacci
Behavior Research Methods, 2013
Conducting clinical research using crowdsourced convenience samples
J Chandler, D Shapiro
Annual review of clinical psychology 12, 53-81, 2016
Many Labs 2: Investigating variation in replicability across samples and settings
RA Klein, M Vianello, F Hasselman, BG Adams, RB Adams Jr, S Alper, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (4), 443-490, 2018
An open, large-scale, collaborative effort to estimate the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (6), 657-660, 2012
Online panels in social science research: Expanding sampling methods beyond Mechanical Turk
J Chandler, C Rosenzweig, AJ Moss, J Robinson, L Litman
Behavior research methods 51, 2022-2038, 2019
The average laboratory samples a population of 7,300 Amazon Mechanical Turk workers
N Stewart, C Ungemach, AJL Harris, DM Bartels, BR Newell, G Paolacci, ...
Judgment and Decision making 10 (5), 479-491, 2015
Use does not wear ragged the fabric of friendship: Thinking of objects as alive makes people less willing to replace them
J Chandler, N Schwarz
Journal of Consumer Psychology 20 (2), 138-145, 2010
Common concerns with MTurk as a participant pool: Evidence and solutions
D Hauser, G Paolacci, J Chandler
Handbook of research methods in consumer psychology, 319-337, 2019
Lie for a dime: When most prescreening responses are honest but most study participants are impostors
JJ Chandler, G Paolacci
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (5), 500-508, 2017
Using nonnaive participants can reduce effect sizes
J Chandler, G Paolacci, E Peer, P Mueller, KA Ratliff
Psychological science 26 (7), 1131-1139, 2015
Crowdsourcing samples in cognitive science
N Stewart, J Chandler, G Paolacci
Trends in cognitive sciences 21 (10), 736-748, 2017
Intertemporal differences among MTurk workers: Time-based sample variations and implications for online data collection
LS Casey, J Chandler, AS Levine, A Proctor, DZ Strolovitch
Sage Open 7 (2), 2158244017712774, 2017
How extending your middle finger affects your perception of others: Learned movements influence concept accessibility
J Chandler, N Schwarz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (1), 123-128, 2009
The pipeline project: Pre-publication independent replications of a single laboratory's research pipeline
M Schweinsberg, N Madan, M Vianello, SA Sommer, J Jordan, W Tierney, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 66, 55-67, 2016
To judge a book by its weight you need to know its content: Knowledge moderates the use of embodied cues
JJ Chandler, D Reinhard, N Schwarz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (4), 948-952, 2012
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