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  • This Resource describes the data from a survey on COVID-19 related behaviours, beliefs and norms. From July 2020 to March 2021, the authors fielded a global survey on people’s baseline beliefs, behaviours and norms related to COVID-19 in 67 countries, yielding over 2 million responses.

    • Avinash Collis
    • Kiran Garimella
    • Dean Eckles
  • Benjamin et al. construct polygenic indexes (DNA-based predictors) for 47 phenotypes and make them available to researchers in 11 datasets. They also present a theoretical framework and estimator to help interpret analyses using polygenic indexes.

    • Joel Becker
    • Casper A. P. Burik
    • Aysu Okbay
  • The Our World in Data COVID-19 vaccination tracker charts the scale and rate of global vaccinations against COVID-19, making the data available to scientists, policymakers and the general public

    • Edouard Mathieu
    • Hannah Ritchie
    • Lucas Rodés-Guirao
  • Specification curve analysis enables large numbers of alternative empirical analyses to be performed on the same data, showcasing how analytical decisions influence results and allowing joint inference over all analyses.

    • Uri Simonsohn
    • Joseph P. Simmons
    • Leif D. Nelson
  • This Resource introduces a new public database that enables researchers to re-analyse a large corpus of studies into meta-cognitive confidence judgements.

    • Dobromir Rahnev
    • Kobe Desender
    • Ariel Zylberberg
  • Human electrocorticographic (ECoG) data are of great value but are not widely available. Miller shares ECoG data and analysis code from 16 experiments involving 34 different patients for open re-use.

    • Kai J. Miller
  • Behaviour-change theories need to be more precisely specified. Five of the major theories can be formally represented using a system involving construct labels, construct definitions and defined binary relationships between constructs.

    • Robert West
    • Cristina A. Godinho
    • Susan Michie
  • Hollands and colleagues classify possible interventions regarding the selection, purchase and consumption of food, alcohol and tobacco. The TIPPME framework enables systematic reporting and analysis of health-related behavioural change interventions.

    • Gareth J. Hollands
    • Giacomo Bignardi
    • Theresa M. Marteau