|Editors-in-Chief:||Sue Brown, University of Arizona
Alan Dennis, Indiana University
The mission of TRR is to publish reports of Information Systems replication studies until scientific consensus is reached. All topics in IS are open for consideration and articles will either support the findings of the original article or provide results that do not support the original article (e.g., non-significance). Either outcome will advance science in the Information Systems discipline as the results may validate previous findings or trigger additional replications and new follow-on research in other journals that seek to understand in what contexts the theory applies and why the original findings are only generalizable to those contexts.
To submit a manuscript, read the "Information for Authors" and "Policies" pages, then go to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ais-trr.
TRR Call for Open Data and Open Materials
AIS Transactions on Replication Research (TRR) has started a new initiative on open data and open materials, having joined the Open Science Framework’s badging project. Our goal is to publish materials (e.g., survey items, experimental protocols) and/or data from studies in TRR and other journals, which will serve as a special type of article in TRR. These materials and data will enable replication and will help move the field forward by giving us greater confidence in published articles, consistent with the Open Science Framework’s goal of openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scholarly research.
When TRR publishes an open materials or data article, the original article (if it is in a journal in the AIS library such as JAIS, MISQ, etc.) will get a badge that points to the TRR publication, so that readers of articles in those journals can quickly find the open materials and data. For example, Profs. Moqbel and Bartelt wrote a replication article and also decided to publish an open data article sharing their data, and an open materials article sharing their materials. So, the original article (http://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol1/iss1/5/) has two badges, the open data badge pointing to the open data article (http://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol2/iss1/4/) and the open materials badge pointing to the open materials article (http://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol2/iss1/5/). We encourage other authors to consider contributing their data and research materials to this initiative. The open materials/data submissions will not be peer-reviewed but will be editorially reviewed by the Senior Editor. The current Senior Editor for open material/data articles at TRR is John D’Arcy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In the news
On August 27, 2015, the New York Times reported that over 250 researchers as part of the Reproducibility Project attempted to replicate 100 published psychology experiments but were only able to replicate the results of 35 of the studies.
Emergent Leadership in Self-managed Virtual Teams: A Replication
Traci Carte and Aaron Becker
Information System Continuance Intention in the Context of Network Effects and Freemium Business Models: A Replication Study of Cloud Services in Germany
Pascal Budner, Mareike Fischer, Christoph Rosenkranz, Dirk Basten, and Lars Terlecki
How Does Guanxi Affect Intention to Share Knowledge in the US? A Replication Study
Jordana George and Jie (Kevin) Yan
On the Merits and Limits of Replication and Negation for IS Research
Sebastian Olbrich, Ulrich Frank, Shirley Gregor, Fred Niederman, and Frantz Rowe
Malware Avoidance Motivations and Behaviors: A Technology Threat Avoidance Replication
Diana K. Young, Darrell Carpenter, and Alexander McLeod
Continuance Intention on Using Mobile Banking Applications: A Replication Study of Information Systems Continuance Model
Ali Vedadi and Merrill Warkentin
The Trouble with Troubled Projects: Keeping Mum during Times of Crisis
Stacie Petter, Adriane B. Randolph, Julie DeJong, and Anthony T. Robinson
Open Materials Discourse: Consumer Acceptance of the Personal Cloud: Integrating Trust and Risk with the Technology Acceptance Model
Valerie L. Bartelt and Murad A. Moqbel
Open Data Discourse: Consumer Acceptance of Personal Cloud: Integrating Trust and Risk with the Technology Acceptance Model
Murad A. Moqbel and Valerie L. Bartelt
One Question, Two Answers Mixed Findings of Information Technology Capability and Firm Performance and Their Implications
Inmyung Choi and Joey F. George
Employees’ Social Networking Site Use Impact on Job Performance: Evidence from Pakistan
Murad A. Moqbel and Fizza Aftab
Consumer Acceptance of Personal Cloud: Integrating Trust and Risk with the Technology Acceptance Model
Murad A. Moqbel and Valerie L. Bartelt
Impact of ERP Implementation on Business Process Outcomes: A Replication of a United States Study in a Sub-Saharan African Nation
David Asamoah, Francis K. Andoh-Baidoo, and Benjamin Agyei-Owusu
Integrating Technology Addiction and Use: An Empirical Investigation of Facebook Users
Alexander Serenko and Ofir Turel