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Improving the generalizability of infant psychological research: The ManyBabies model

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  • Ingmar Visser
  • Christina Bergmann
  • Krista Byers-Heinlein
  • Rodrigo Dal Ben
  • Wlodzislaw Duch
  • Samuel Forbes
  • Laura Franchin
  • Michael C Frank
  • Alessandra Geraci
  • J Kiley Hamlin
  • Zsuzsa Kaldy
  • Louisa Kulke
  • Catherine Laverty
  • Casey Lew-Williams
  • Victoria Mateu
  • Julien Mayor
  • David Moreau
  • Iris Nomikou
  • Tobias Schuwerk
  • Elizabeth A Simpson
  • Leher Singh
  • Melanie Soderstrom
  • Jessica Sullivan
  • Marion I van den Heuvel
  • Yuki Yamada
  • Lorijn Zaadnoordijk
  • Martin Zettersten
Article numbere35
<mark>Journal publication date</mark>10/02/2022
<mark>Journal</mark>Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Publication StatusPublished
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Yarkoni's analysis clearly articulates a number of concerns limiting the generalizability and explanatory power of psychological findings, many of which are compounded in infancy research. ManyBabies addresses these concerns via a radically collaborative, large-scale and open approach to research that is grounded in theory-building, committed to diversification, and focused on understanding sources of variation.