Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS) 2019 Meeting
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Description: Meeting materials for the 2019 meeting in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
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R for Psychology Research
Here's a common thought: "I want to use R in my research, but online courses and tutorials take too long to teach me what I need to know." I get that,...
Workshop - Preparing code and data for computationally reproducible collaboration and publication: A hands-on workshop for researchers
Although journals and funders are calling for published research to include data and code, many researchers have not received training in best practic...
Workshop - Redesigning methods curricula for reproducibility
Workshop - Ethics: It's already hard enough without it! (but why it is important!)
My workshops are not intended to provide you with answers to all ethical issues that arise. However, they are aimed at making you ask questions and us...
SIPS 2019 Workshop: Contemporary Philosophy of Scientific Practices for Practicing Scientists
WORKSHOP on Contemporary Philosophy of Scientific Practices for Practicing Scientists
Location: Juliana in Engels
Day/time: Sunday July 7, 15.45 - 17....
Unconf - Open science considerations for researchers working with qualitative data
Discussions around best practices in open science have focused largely on clarifying expectations and protocols for experimental designs and quantitat...
Hack - Teaching research methods, statistics, and open science to high school and undergraduate students through video games
Help us design a video game! An interdisciplinary team is designing an open access video game to teach high school and undergraduate students about r...
Workshop - Introduction to version control using Git
Slides of the git workshop during SIPS 2019 at Rotterdam
Workshop - Open sampling: Challenges in using Mturk and other crowdsourced samples?
A huge proportion of participants in psychological studies are sampled from online services such as MTurk and Prolific. These services have the poten...
Workshop - Statistics are useless without suitable data: How to implement and assess for data quality
Assessing the quality of participants’ responses is a concern for researchers using survey designs. This concern is particularly important for online ...
Workshop - Questionable measurement practices and how to avoid them
In this workshop, we will define questionable measurement practices and explain how they make it impossible to evaluate a wide range of potential vali...
Unconf - Bringing the credibility revolution to other disciplines
Exploring ideas to bring the credibility revolution to empirical disciplines across the sciences
A checklist approach to report methods and results: an example from EEG / fMRI
Using a checklist to help with more thourough and transparent methods and result reporting in neuroimaging.
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