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### **SIPS 4TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE (JULY 7 - JULY 9, 2019) INFORMATION** You can now list your concrete outputs from the SIPS 2019 meeting in [this document][1]. ### **IMPORTANT LINKS** - [Live Updating Schedule][2] - [Static .pdf Program][3] - [General Conference Information][4] ### **July 7, 13:45** - [Hack - Justifications of study planning decisions: which types of decisions are taken, and what types of evidence can we distinguish?][136] - [Hack - Building an open science knowledge base][7] - [Hack - Nudging open science practices in CVs][8] - [Hack - Replace journals' writing-based authorship guidelines with a contributorship model][9] - [Hack - Finding value in anonymized data: Exploring scenarios for secondary use][10] - [Hack - Creating a pre-registration tool for human neuroimaging studies (M/EEG, fMRI)][11] - [Hack - Making open psychological datasets more accessible and useful for research and teaching][12] - [Hack - Helping researchers identify their smallest effect size of interest][13] - [Workshop - Introduction to R for psychology][14] - [Workshop - Improving psychological science by formalizing psychological theories: The value of computational modeling][15] - [Workshop - Preparing code and data for computationally reproducible collaboration and publication: A hands-on workshop for researchers)][16] - [Workshop - Redesigning methods curricula for reproducibility][17] - [Workshop - Ethics: It's already hard enough without it! (but why it is important!)][18] - [Unconf - Open science for mid-career plus researchers][19] - [Unconf - Ontologies for psychological science][20] - [Unconf - Measurement error in psychology][21] - [Unconf - Encouraging data sharing and signposting in clinical psychology][22] ### **July 7, 15:45** - [Hack - Less data cleaning, more data adventures with Psych-DS: What could we do if datasets lived in a common format?][23] - [Hack - Many (validity) analysts, one dataset: Making transparent how variations in measurement practices impact conclusions about validity][24] - [Workshop - Contemporary philosophy of scientific practices for practicing scientists][25] - [Unconf - Working with editors to correct the literature][27] - [Unconf - Open science considerations for researchers working with qualitative data][28] - [Unconf - Going real time! Utilizing data deposition, sharing, analysis, and reporting to facilitate openness and credibility][29] - [Unconf - Registered Reports & PLoS One][30] ### **July 8, 9:30** - [Hack - QRP reviewer guidelines][31] - [Hack - Arguments that need to die][32] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 3][135] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 4][33] - [Hack - Formalizing verbal models][34] - [Hack - Open research documentation][35] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 3][36] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 4][37] - [Workshop - Introducing meta-analytic methods for psychological scientists][38] - [Workshop - Doing open, transparent, and reproducible research with RMarkdown and Git][39] - [Workshop - Introduction to pre-registration][40] - [Workshop - Meeting of the minds: A practical introduction to current philosophy of science][41] - [Workshop - Bayesian inference with JASP][42] - [Unconf - Alexia][43] - [Unconf - Ariane][44] - [Unconf - FORRT: Supporting teaching of open and reproducible research practices][99] - [Unconf - Rotterdam I][81] - [Unconf - Creating (and mapping) the history of scientific reform][47] - [Unconf - When meta is not better: Towards a framework for transparent and robust systematic reviews][48] - [Unconf - Project free our knowledge: Accelerating open science with collective action campaigns][49] ### **July 8, 11:30** - [Hack - Using replication as a teaching tool in the classroom][6] - [Hack - Challenges in ESM research: Developing a dynamic taxonomy of best practices][68] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 3][52] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 4][53] - [Hack - Teaching research methods, statistics, and open science to high school and undergraduate students through video games][54] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 3][55] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 4][56] - [Workshop - Reproducible data visualizations using R and Binder][57] - [Unconf - Alexia][58] - [Unconf - Ariane][59] - [Unconf - Juliana][60] - [Unconf - Introducing the platform for young meta-scientists][61] - [Unconf - How to promote open science in stagnant communities: Experience from Russia][62] - [Unconf - What do first year psychology students think about open science?][63] - [Unconf - Open science in time-limited student projects][64] ### **July 8, 14:45** - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 3][66] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 4][67] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 1][65] - [Hack - Meeting of the minds: Working towards sustainable interaction between science and philosophy][69] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 3][70] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 4][71] - [Workshop - Finding, using, and making open educational resources][72] - [Workshop - Introduction to version control using Git][73] - [Workshop - RepliCATS: Evaluating the replicability of social and behavioral science claims][74] - [Workshop - Open sampling: Challenges in using MTurk and other crowdsourced samples?][75] - [Unconf - Alexia][76] - [Unconf - Ariane][77] - [Unconf - Juliana][78] - [Unconf - Why everyone should care about evidence-based science reading skills training, especially in the open science movement][79] - [Unconf - The inaugural meeting of the open toolmakers' guild][80] - [Unconf - Implications of teaching Bayesian statistics to undergraduate psychology students][46] ### **July 9, 9:30** - [Hack - Reviewing for replicability: Maximizing the effectiveness of manuscript reviews and decision letters][82] - [Hack - Promoting the use of diverse statistical methods][83] - [Hack - Tracking and visualizing OSF adoption across time, seniority, and university][84] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 4][85] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 1][86] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 2][87] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 3][88] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 4][89] - [Workshop - Dealing with publication bias in a meta-analysis][90] - [Workshop - Developing your personal workflow for transparent and reproducible research][91] - [Workshop - Statistics are useless without suitable data: How to implement and assess for data quality][92] - [Workshop - Questionable measurement practices and how to avoid them][93] - [Unconf - Emma][94] - [Unconf - Alexia][95] - [Unconf - Ariane][96] - [Unconf - Juliana][97] - [Unconf - What are we doing to make open science normative in our own institutions?][98] - [Unconf - Rotterdam II][45] - [Unconf - Looking for an editor and editorial board members for the Journal of Open Psychology Data][100] ### **July 9, 11:30** - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 1][101] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 2][102] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 3][103] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 4][104] - [Hack - Developing a lab manual template to facilitate more efficient transparent, and reproducible research][105] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 2][106] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 3][107] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 4][108] - [Workshop - Active participation in multi-site collaborative projects to build reputation and research credibility][109] - [Unconf - The academic conference of the future][110] - [Unconf - Alexia][111] - [Unconf - Ariane][112] - [Unconf - Juliana][113] - [Unconf - Rotterdam I][114] - [Unconf - Bringing the credibility revolution to other disciplines][115] - [Unconf - Guide me: A proposal to encourage micro collaboration on the web][116] ### **July 9, 14:45** - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 1][117] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 2][118] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 3][119] - [Hack - Beatrix Zone 4][120] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 2][121] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 3][122] - [Hack - Willem-Alexander Zone 4][123] - [Workshop - Document your data][124] - [Workshop - One to rule them all: A beginner's guide to fitting Bayesian mixed-effects models in Stan using brms][125] - [Workshop - Twitter content analysis in R][26] - [Workshop - Voicing values about statistical decisions][127] - [Unconf - The future of SIPS][128] - [Unconf - Alexia][129] - [Unconf - Ariane][130] - [Unconf - Juliana][131] - [Unconf - Rotterdam I][132] - [Unconf - Rotterdam II][133] - [Unconf - Rijndam][134] ### **Poster Archive** - [See archived posters here][135] [1]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ChVO43JzGLp9ST1ghpBWFFbvSLzQx2rjSLI6pvYEcgM/edit?usp=sharing [2]: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1G_SoWUquak6oD-b2L3L-XB7cF97UAGb8PPyVg3r0Lts/edit?usp=sharing [3]: https://osf.io/k9yh3/ [4]: https://www.improvingpsych.org/SIPS2019/ [5]: https://osf.io/ [6]: https://osf.io/bre6j/ [7]: https://osf.io/xtqjy/ [8]: https://osf.io/y8jgn/ [9]: https://osf.io/pzyn3/ [10]: https://osf.io/2n8b6/ [11]: https://osf.io/zr52p/ [12]: https://osf.io/ag23c/ [13]: https://osf.io/myv3f/ [14]: https://osf.io/tphqd/ [15]: https://osf.io/5czsn/ [16]: https://osf.io/57vpu/ [17]: https://osf.io/qa5w8/ [18]: https://osf.io/xp6ej/ [19]: https://osf.io/f596w/ [20]: https://osf.io/4b2hu/ [21]: https://osf.io/eghb5/ [22]: https://osf.io/z39dy/ [23]: https://osf.io/8wkz7/ [24]: https://osf.io/vdbhr/ [25]: https://osf.io/tu9hb/ [26]: https://osf.io/y2kuw/ [27]: https://osf.io/7h2qm/ [28]: https://osf.io/b4spf/ [29]: https://osf.io/nfg83/ [30]: https://osf.io/qrjgv/ [31]: https://osf.io/u9qce/ [32]: https://osf.io/8z27p/ [33]: https://osf.io/wpksc/ [34]: https://osf.io/6vx8b/ [35]: https://osf.io/c52yh/ [36]: https://osf.io/va57g/ [37]: https://osf.io/p58bu/ [38]: https://osf.io/s5ug3/ [39]: https://osf.io/kqhmw/ [40]: https://osf.io/jnxc5/ [41]: https://osf.io/wqj43/ [42]: https://osf.io/gbzcs/ [43]: https://osf.io/eq9mb/ [44]: https://osf.io/9ja4z/ [45]: https://osf.io/38ut6/ [46]: https://osf.io/tnuex/ [47]: https://osf.io/shp3a/ [48]: https://osf.io/ta8yj/ [49]: https://osf.io/fp47t/ [50]: https://osf.io/d56mq/ [51]: https://osf.io/vmrf4/ [52]: https://osf.io/rgvha/ [53]: https://osf.io/ne9cj/ [54]: https://osf.io/4grpj/ [55]: https://osf.io/e98th/ [56]: https://osf.io/5qa7u/ [57]: https://osf.io/axyuq/ [58]: https://osf.io/8esrd/ [59]: https://osf.io/ecdzb/ [60]: https://osf.io/hb2rt/ [61]: https://osf.io/qwr97/ [62]: https://osf.io/zgb5s/ [63]: https://osf.io/f7xqb/ [64]: https://osf.io/mhetg/ [65]: https://osf.io/nu2dw/ [66]: https://osf.io/4j6dk/ [67]: https://osf.io/294bx/ [68]: https://osf.io/ntzf5/ [69]: https://osf.io/gswbv/ [70]: https://osf.io/mc5hg/ [71]: https://osf.io/3u2zx/ [72]: https://osf.io/7t98s/ [73]: https://osf.io/vuaxk/ [74]: https://osf.io/cah84/ [75]: https://osf.io/jxc27/ [76]: https://osf.io/z4ewu/ [77]: https://osf.io/ckx48/ [78]: https://osf.io/2cy4p/ [79]: https://osf.io/4hvb2/ [80]: https://osf.io/axw3v/ [81]: https://osf.io/n93ug/ [82]: https://osf.io/cpw6a/ [83]: https://osf.io/rs3fk/ [84]: https://osf.io/wkuqm/ [85]: https://osf.io/4rtkm/ [86]: https://osf.io/2fv37/ [87]: https://osf.io/eqrs8/ [88]: https://osf.io/jgty6/ [89]: https://osf.io/vj3df/ [90]: https://osf.io/4x9fb/ [91]: https://osf.io/924qt/ [92]: https://osf.io/x53kn/ [93]: https://osf.io/yh5uq/ [94]: https://osf.io/c9txy/ [95]: https://osf.io/jt3va/ [96]: https://osf.io/us64h/ [97]: https://osf.io/kuxdv/ [98]: https://osf.io/xv7p4/ [99]: https://osf.io/trbm5/ [100]: https://osf.io/2wy6r/ [101]: https://osf.io/jdawk/ [102]: https://osf.io/ud6eh/ [103]: https://osf.io/neytq/ [104]: https://osf.io/ntq2u/ [105]: https://osf.io/dvtyk/ [106]: https://osf.io/qms5h/ [107]: https://osf.io/z2rtk/ [108]: https://osf.io/bue4f/ [109]: https://osf.io/ys58b/ [110]: https://osf.io/qh4tg/ [111]: https://osf.io/hrv4k/ [112]: https://osf.io/sdxzj/ [113]: https://osf.io/educg/ [114]: https://osf.io/38uwz/ [115]: https://osf.io/78vsq/ [116]: https://osf.io/rfgmn/ [117]: https://osf.io/rc6aj/ [118]: https://osf.io/har94/ [119]: https://osf.io/cjswz/ [120]: https://osf.io/5fujp/ [121]: https://osf.io/v34se/ [122]: https://osf.io/auevb/ [123]: https://osf.io/fqay7/ [124]: https://osf.io/qz67a/ [125]: https://osf.io/kuy68/ [126]: https://osf.io/d7tx2/ [127]: https://osf.io/n8cr4/ [128]: https://osf.io/wv8sg/ [129]: https://osf.io/ntpue/ [130]: https://osf.io/wkbau/ [131]: https://osf.io/z8dmg/ [132]: https://osf.io/jua8n/ [133]: https://osf.io/bsx5t/ [134]: https://osf.io/kuh9g/ [135]: https://osf.io/d3gr6/ [136]: https://osf.io/ywv56/ [137]: https://osf.io/rz3mg/
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