The Experiment Month initiative, run by Yale Cognitive Science and funded by the APA, is a program designed to help
philosophers, who would not otherwise be able to, conduct experimental studies. Those interested in
suggesting experiments can send their study proposals to the Experiment
Month staff. A team of philosophers and psychologists will select the most promising experiments, conduct the studies online, and then send the results, including help with statistical analysis, to the authors of the selected studies.
All proposals are due by Sept. 1.
For further information, see the Experiment Month website here.