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<p><strong><em>ReproducibiliTea has arrived at the University of Manchester!</em></strong> </p> <hr> <p><strong>Scheduled meetings</strong></p> <p>| Date | Location | Paper | Presented by| |-------| ---------| ------ | ---------| | March , To be rescheduled in solidarity with UCU Strikes | Third-floor meeting room, Zochonis building | “Medical Preprints—A Debate Worth Having” by David Maslove [<a href="https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2664389" rel="nofollow">https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2664389</a>], and “Medical journals should embrace pre-prints to address the reproducibility crisis” by Luke Oakden-Rayner, Andrew L Beam, and Lyle J Palmer [<a href="https://academic.oup.com/ije/article/47/5/1363/5032550" rel="nofollow">https://academic.oup.com/ije/article/47/5/1363/5032550</a>] | Nathan Khadaroo |</p> <hr> <p><em>If you'd like to lead a paper for discussion (from any discipline), please contact one of the organisers at [firstname].[lastname]@manchester.ac.uk</em></p> <hr> <p>ReproducibiliTea is the brainchild of Amy Orben, who couldn't let a good pun go unused. The ReproducibiliTea open science journal club has been running at the University of Oxford's Experimental Psychology Department for a while now, and with the help of the UK Reproducibility Network is now spreading to other universities.</p> <p>We are an ECR-led fortnightly journal club open to ALL staff and students from any discipline.</p> <p><strong>The format</strong></p> <p>For each session, the presenter will provide a short (5-15mins) overview of the chosen paper with the remainder of the session dedicated to free discussion amongst all attendees.</p> <p><strong>Inclusivity</strong></p> <p>Everyone is welcome to join us - sceptics and enthusiasts alike! We are hoping for a diverse range of attendees from all career stages, disciplines, and backgrounds, and particularly enjoy hearing views from all perspectives. Your voice is welcome here, and we offer a friendly atmosphere! If you have any queries please feel free to get in touch jade[.]pickering[at]postgrad[.]manchester[.]ac[.]uk</p> <hr> <p><strong>Previous meetings</strong></p> <p>| Date | Location | Paper | Presented by| |-------| ---------| ------ | ---------| | 05.02.20 / 11am-12pm | Third-floor meeting room, Zochonis building | - “Is pre-registration worthwhile?” by Szollosi et al, (2019): [<a href="https://psyarxiv.com/x36pz/" rel="nofollow">https://psyarxiv.com/x36pz/</a>], and “Pre-registration is hard and worthwhile” by Nosek et al, (2019): [<a href="https://psyarxiv.com/wu3vs" rel="nofollow">https://psyarxiv.com/wu3vs</a>]. | Thomas Richardson | | 02.10.19 / 11am-12pm | Room 3.16, Zochonis building | Bishop (PrePrint). [Fallibility in science: Responding to errors in the work of oneself and others][<a href="https://peerj.com/preprints/3486/" rel="nofollow">https://peerj.com/preprints/3486/</a>]. | Dan Poole | | 17.07.19 / 11am-12pm | Room 3.16, Zochonis building | Lakens et al. (2018). <a href="https://osf.io/7354n/" rel="nofollow">Equivalence Testing for Psychological Research: A Tutorial</a>. <em>Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1</em>(2), 259-269. | Jade Pickering | | 03.07.19 / 11am-12pm | Room 3.16, Zochonis building | Hardwicke et al. (2018). <a href="https://osf.io/65uxj/" rel="nofollow">Data availability, reusability, and analytic reproducibility: evaluating the impact of a mandatory open data policy at the journal Cognition</a>. <em>Royal Society Open Science, 5</em>. | Thomas (Richie) Richardson | | 05.06.19 / 11am-12pm | Room 3.16, Zochonis building | Hoekstra et al. (2014). <a href="https://osf.io/gu8bk/" rel="nofollow">Robust Misinterpretation of Confidence Intervals</a>. <em>Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21</em>(5). | George Farmer | | 22.05.19 / 11am-12pm | Second floor meeting room, Zochonis building | Leys et al. (2019). <a href="https://osf.io/yqsjm/" rel="nofollow">How to Classify, Detect, and Manage Univariate and Multivariate Outliers, With Emphasis on Pre-Registration</a>. <em>International Review of Social Psychology, 32</em>(1). | Daniel Poole | | 08.05.19 / 11am-12pm | Third floor meeting room, Zochonis building |Flake & Fried (2019). <a href="https://psyarxiv.com/hs7wm/" rel="nofollow">Measurement Schmeasurement: Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them</a>. <em>PsyArXiv.</em> | Oli Clark| | 24.04.19 / 11am-12pm | B23 Zochonis building |Steegen et al. (2016). <a href="https://osf.io/8u9k7/" rel="nofollow">Increasing Transparency Through a Multiverse Analysis</a>. <em>Perspectives on Psychological Science, 11</em>(5), 702-712 | Jack Wilkinson| | 10.04.19 | 3rd floor meeting room, Zochonis building |Wagenmakers, E.J. et al. (2018). <a href="https://osf.io/zp5sj/" rel="nofollow">The creativity-verification cycle in Psychological science: New methods to combat old idols.</a> <em>Perspectives on Psychological Science, 13</em>(4), 418-427. | Jade Pickering| | 27.03.19 | B23, Zochonis building | Muthukrishna, M. & Henrich, J. (2019). <a href="https://osf.io/8qvr4/" rel="nofollow">A problem in theory</a>. <em>Nature Human Behaviour, 3</em>, 221-229. | George Farmer| | 13.03.19 | 3rd floor meeting room, Zochonis building | Munafo et al. (2017). <a href="https://osf.io/ywzcv/" rel="nofollow">A manifesto for reproducible science</a>. <em>Nature Human Behaviour, 1</em>(21) | Daniel Poole| | 27.02.19 | B23, Zochonis building |Ioannidis, J.P.A. (2005). <a href="https://osf.io/mj9u3/" rel="nofollow">Why most published research findings are false</a>. <em>PLoS Medicine, 2</em>(8), 696-701 | Thomas (Richie) Richardson|</p> <p>![ReproducibiliTea logo](<a href="https://osf.io/7tqxa/download" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/7tqxa/download</a> =200x200)</p>
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