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Rolf Zwaan
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I am a Professor of Psychology at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. I am interested in language processing and how it intersects with action, perception, learning and memory.
I am a Professor of Psychology at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. I am interested in language processing and how it intersects with action, perception, learning and memory.

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A Career Niche for Replicators?
My former colleague Roy Baumeister famously said that “replication
is a career niche for bad experimenters.”* I like to use this quote in my talk. Roy
is wrong, of course. As anyone who has tried to conduct a replication study
knows, it requires a great dea...
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How to Avoid More Train Wrecks
I just submitted my review of the manuscript Experimental Design and the Reliability of Priming Effects: Reconsidering the "Train Wreck" by Rivers and Sherman. Here it is. The authors start with two important observations. First, semantic priming experiment...
How to Avoid More Train Wrecks
How to Avoid More Train Wrecks
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A Replication with a Wrinkle
A Replication with a Wrinkle
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A Replication with a Wrinkle
A number of years ago, my colleagues Peter Verkoeijen, Katinka Dijkstra, several undergraduate students, and I conducted a replication of Experiment 5 of Kidd & Castano (2013). In that study, published in Science,  participants were exposed to an excerpt fr...
A Replication with a Wrinkle
A Replication with a Wrinkle
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My Cattle
A while back, Lorne Campbell wrote a blog post  listing the preregistered publications from his lab. This is a great idea. It is easy to talk the talk, but it’s harder to walk the walk. So under the notion that we don't want to be all hat and no cattle, I r...
My Cattle
My Cattle
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The Long and Winding Road of our Latest Grammatical Aspect Article
A short blog post that strings together 8 tweets that I sent out today about our new paper. Today our latest paper on grammatical aspect appeared in Collabra: Psychology . The article reflects the times we psychologists are living in. It does so not from th...
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