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<p>For any questions about the talks and workshops, please contact <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <h1>2017</h1> <ul> <li>11.9.2017, 14-16: <a href="" rel="nofollow"><strong>Curate Science - Estimating the Trustworthiness of Empirical Research by Quantifying its Transparency</strong></a> (Talk by Etienne LeBel)</li> <li>15.5.2017, 9-16: <strong>Preregistration Master Class</strong> (Workshop with Chris Chambers)</li> <li>17.5.2017, 16:15 - 17:45: <strong>Examining Psychological Science through Systematic Meta-Method Analysis: A Call for Research</strong> (Talk by Malte Elson)</li> <li>18.5.-19.5.2017: <strong>"Practical Recommendations to Increase the Informational Value of Studies"</strong> (Workshop with Daniel Lakens)</li> </ul> <h1>2016</h1> <ul> <li>29.11.2016, 16:00-18:00: <strong>Preregistration Workshop</strong> (Felix Schönbrodt, Anne Scheel & Clemens Stachl)</li> <li>26.10.2016, 16:00-18:00: Björn Brembs (Universität Regensburg): <strong>Our Digital Stoneage: Why canceling subscriptions may just yet save scholarship</strong></li> <li>29.6.2016, 16:00 (st.) - 18:00: Felix Schönbrodt & Stella Bollmann: <strong>Advanced Power Analysis</strong> (limited places;</li> <li>10.3.2016 & 11.3.2016, 11:00 - 17:00: Felix Schönbrodt (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München): <strong>Do's and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis</strong> (organized by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie, DGPs)</li> <li>29.2.2016, 16:00 (st.) - 18:00: Alex Etz (University of Amsterdam): <strong>How replicable is psychological research? A Bayesian reanalysis of the Reproducibility Project : Psychology</strong> </li> <li>19.1.2016, 16:00 (st.) - 18:15: Felix Schönbrodt: <strong>An introduction to Bayes factors and sequential testing</strong> (limited places;</li> </ul> <p>2015 ===</p> <ul> <li>Dec 2015: Felix Schönbrodt, Johannes Albert-von der Gönna, Moritz Heene: <strong>How to detect publication bias and p-hacking: An introduction to p-curve, R-Index, and meta-regression.</strong></li> <li>Nov 26 2015 (TBA): Etienne LeBel: <strong>Introducing Curate Science (<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>)</strong></li> <li>Nov 5, 2015: Daniel Lakens (TU Eindhoven): <strong>Differentiating among possible truths: A workshop on pragmatic statistics and transparent research practices</strong></li> <li>Sep 30, 2015: Jonathon Love (Amsterdam): <strong>JASP - A Fresh Way to Do Statistics (14-16, room 3322)</strong></li> </ul>
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