Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS) 2021 Meeting
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Workshop—Increasing Researcher Transparency and Reflection Through Positionality Statements: Lessons From Qualitative Research
Positionality statements are an excellent way at improving the transparency and reflexivity of any qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods project...
In this unconference, we discussed how science inherited imperial and colonial practices and what we can do to resist these. We've organized materials...
Hack—Decentering Whiteness within Research Methods Courses
White cultural norms dominate how we teach psychology. These norms often center the experiences of White participants and privilege some methodologies...
Hack—Best Practices for Addressing Missing Data through Multiple Imputation
Hackathon products from the SIPS 2021 annual meeting. We welcomed to this session anyone who has ever thought about missing data or who wants to learn...
Interaction effect: a workshop for doing the right thing
Statistically speaking, an interaction effect is observed whenever the impact of a factor changes based on the levels of another factor. The interacti...
Unconf—How can we improve Registered Reports for authors, reviewers, and editors?
Materials for the SIPS 2021 Unconference session "How can we improve Registered Reports for authors, reviewers, and editors?"
Unconf—Transparency in coding open-ended data: Best practices from inter-rater reliability to dissemination
In this unconference session, we discussed best practices and goals for improving transparency in working with open-ended data.
Workshop—Taking experiments online with PsychoPy/Pavlovia
PsychoPy is a free, open source, software for running behavioural studies that now supports online experiments through integration with Pavlovia.org. ...
Workshop—Matching Stimuli (or Anything) Reproducibly
Website associated with the workshop: https://jackedtaylor.github.io/SIPS2021/
This SIPS 2021 workshop explains and demonstrates some reproducible wa...
Workshop—Web Scraping Using R
Please contact tobias.wingen(at)uni-koeln.de for the workshop slides.
Unconf—Improving Interdisciplinary review
While the importance of interdisciplinary work is widely recognized, getting such work funded or published is often hard. One reason is the difficulty...
Hack—Data management hackathon
Here is a link to the open-source data management syllabus: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z15bL9cP84re6d4zdkO60q06lnknnN3xEktN7GnLFFQ/edit.
Unconf—Digital trace data for psychological research – How can we access data that enable innovative research while avoiding another Cambridge Analytica case?
The vast amounts of data generated by the use of digital technology are valuable resources for psychological research. Projects like mypersonality.org...
Unconf—MetaSIPS: a metascience un-unconference
A symposium of metascience talks
In the Many Modelers session, small groups will be given the same verbal theory and phenomena that require explaining. During the hackathon itself, ea...
Workshop—GitFun: Introduction to git and GitHub
Slides and recording of the June 25, 2021 workshop.
Workshop—Introduction to PsychOpen CAMA: Data, methods, and user interface for replicable and dynamic meta-analyses
PsychOpen CAMA is a platform enabling the publication of reproducible and dynamic meta-analyses in psychology. It is a service of ZPID (Leibniz Instit...
Workshop—How to write a plain summary of your research: Gain new perspectives and open up your research to a wider audience
In this session, we will explore ways to communicate (psychological) scientific results in a lay-friendly, but not oversimplified or lurid manner. Wor...
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