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<blockquote> <p>If you haven't been added already, you can join the Google Group for the project <a href="https://groups.google.com/d/forum/undergraduate-psych-curriculum" rel="nofollow">here</a> to help coordinate our plans and efforts.</p> </blockquote> <p>Contact Billy Davis ( wdavis [at] <a href="http://mtholyoke.edu" rel="nofollow">mtholyoke.edu</a> ) or Dave Johnson ( DCJohnson [at] <a href="http://manchester.edu" rel="nofollow">manchester.edu</a> ) or Crystal Steltenpohl ( cnsteltenp [at] <a href="http://gmail.com" rel="nofollow">gmail.com</a> ) if you would like to be added as a contributor to the project on OSF.</p> <p>This is a project to collect and develop resources for integrating open science, reproducibility, and replicability into the undergraduate psychology curriculum. </p> <p>In the "Curriculum Scope and Sequence" component, we are working on identifying how open science can contribute to the learning goals of an undergraduate psychology curriculum. As part of this project, we want to identify specific learning goals appropriate for an introductory psychology course, statistics and methods, topical content courses (e.g., cognitive psychology, personality psychology), and the major as a whole.</p> <p>The "Open Science Teaching Resources and Pedagogy" component is directed toward collecting and developing content that addresses the learning goals and can easily be integrated into courses. </p> <p>The "Undergraduate Stats & Research Methods Course" component specifically focuses on resources for the stats and methods sequence of courses.</p>
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