You get a grant, you get a grant, you get a grant.

We don’t quite have Oprah money, but we did give some very cool stuff away recently. By that I mean we are proud to officially announce our 2016 SSMART grant award winners. SSMART stands for “Social Science Meta-Analysis and Research Transparency” and we try to fund three types of research projects:

  1. Develop new methodology: These projects develop innovative methods to improve the transparency and credibility of research findings.
  2. Produce new meta-analysis: These projects study researcher norms and strategies to promote the practice of open science.
  3. Study research culture and the adoption of new methods: These projects study researcher norms and strategies to promote the practice of open science.

You can find our official announcement with a list of the 2016 winners here.

Each of the projects has created a project page on the Open Science Framework (OSF) and is required to share their research there. This hub page on the OSF links to all of the individual projects from both 2015 and 2016.

General information on the grants and the RFP can be found here.

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