Harry Potter and the Methods of Reproducibility -- A brief Introduction to Open Science
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Description: "Harry Potter and the Methods of Reproducibility -- A brief Introduction to Open Science" is the title of a talk I gave on October 19th, 2019 at "CogSciFutures and the Secret of the Alumni", a conference for and by Cognitive Science students in Osnabrück. The talk gives a brief overview of Open Science, particularly reproducibility. It introduces the concept of questionable research practices (QRPs) and Open Science solutions to these QRPs, such as preregistrations, registered reports, Open Data, Open Code, and Open Materials. I adapted the presentation to also include some aspects of research ethics and how Open Science relates to ethical science for a lecture on January 23. This lecture was embedded in Vincent Cheung's course "Planning and Conducting a Psychology Experiment": https://sites.google.com/view/vkmcheung/teaching/ws201920-planning-and-conducting-a-psychology-experiment