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### **SIPS 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE (June 22-23, 2020) INFORMATION** You can now list your concrete outputs from the SIPS 2020 meeting in [this document][1]. ### **IMPORTANT LINKS** - [Static .pdf Program][3] - [General Conference Information][4] - [Link to opening talk slides (Aczel)][44] - [Link to opening talk recording][46] - [Link to closing talk slides (Wang)][45] - [Link to closing talk recording][47] ### **June 22, Morning Session 1** - [Unconf - Teaching and mentoring open science][5] - [Hack - Developing syllabi to integrate open science across an undergrad psychology curriculum][6] - [Workshop - Improving psychological measurement: Introducing the Response Process Evaluation (RPE) method][7] - [Unconf - Rethinking pedagogies of statistical assumptions and assumption checking][8] - [Workshop - SCORE workshop][9] - [Unconf - Psychological Science in the Tech Industry (Who, Why, What, Where?)][10] ### **June 22, Afternoon Session 1** - [Unconf - Filling in the blanks - Making rigorous, open, transparent, and clear conference presentations with a slideshow template][11] - [Unconf - Towards a community-built Open Scholarship Knowledge Base][12] - [Unconf - Expanding understanding of validity evidence: A world beyond tradition][13] - [Hack - Psych-DS Hackathon][14] - [Hack - Building an open source publication manual][15] ### **June 22, Afternoon Session 2** - [Unconf - Here’s the PSA!][16] - [Hack - Increasing transparency and clarity in construct definitions to improve psychological measurement][17] - [Workshop - Meta-Analysis with Jamovi and R][18] - [Workshop - Theoretical insights on how to change norms, institutions, and cultures][19] - [Unconf - Open toolmakers’ birds of a feather session][20] ### **June 22, Afternoon Session 3** - [Hack - Science wiki: Creating a trial page][21] - [Hack - Collaborative open science research with undergraduates][22] - [Hack - Develop your own collective action campaign on the Free Our Knowledge platform][23] - [Hack - Aligning incentives for open science][24] ### **June 23, Morning Session 1** - [Hack - Modernizing the instruction of psychological measurement][25] - [Unconf - Improving simulation studies - Towards a firm foundation for analytical decisions][26] - [Unconf - What is worth replicating?][27] - [Hack - How common is open science today? Investigating the adoption of open science practices cross-culturally ][28] - [Workshop - Software and tools for reproducible analysis, dissemination and publication of research: A hands on workshop][29] - [Workshop - Project TIER (Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research) development workshop][30] ### **June 23, Morning Session 2** - [Hack - Retrospective open science][31] - [Workshop - Automated reproducible acoustic analysis][32] ### **June 23, Afternoon Session 1** - [Workshop - Getting started with the "new" statistics: Tools, tips, and teaching help for the estimation approach to inference][33] - [Hack - Contribute, curate, or code the Open Scholarship Knowledge Base][34] - [Workshop - Intro to text analysis in R][35] - [Unconf - The performance of deception in experiments][36] - [Hack - Curriculum Writing: Developing soup-to-nuts exercises for students in conducting transparent and reproducible analyses][37] - [Hack - A Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT): Curating pedagogical resources for teaching open and reproducible practices][38] ### **June 23, Afternoon Session 2** - [Unconf - Designing a register of replicability estimates for published research findings][39] - [Hack - Attracting and retaining members from regional and racial/ethnic backgrounds that are underrepresented in SIPS][40] - [Hack - Demo video screenplay templates for massive collaborative projects][41] ### **Asynchronous Sessions** - [Exploring Options for Increasing Global Engagement and Awareness in Open Science][42] - [New ways of detecting fraudulent social science research] [43] [1]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BCkq82tMFzIcmjLlP1kKPvVKNXQFAojGQ4tp8IdGsDE/edit?usp=sharing [3]: https://osf.io/ank7g/ [4]: https://www.improvingpsych.org/SIPS2020/ [5]: https://osf.io/jux4t/ [6]: https://osf.io/7mrth/ [7]: https://osf.io/hq86w/ [8]: https://osf.io/g5tdz/ [9]: https://osf.io/yj3p6/ [10]: https://osf.io/7tds5/ [11]: https://osf.io/4gj2t/ [12]: https://osf.io/b3hp8/ [13]: https://osf.io/nb3kj/ [14]: https://osf.io/kpjba/ [15]: https://osf.io/fstbc/ [16]: https://osf.io/576pd/ [17]: https://osf.io/msh7k/ [18]: https://osf.io/j634c/ [19]: https://osf.io/jrtch/ [20]: https://osf.io/f93b5/ [21]: https://osf.io/82ghz/ [22]: https://osf.io/tem7k/ [23]: https://osf.io/m9yed/ [24]: https://osf.io/zm6yp/ [25]: https://osf.io/t4wg6/ [26]: https://osf.io/mdks4/ [27]: https://osf.io/ufea4/ [28]: https://osf.io/d6pu5/ [29]: https://osf.io/h8rmj/ [30]: https://osf.io/mc6h3/ [31]: https://osf.io/zdgha/ [32]: https://osf.io/gm8gx/ [33]: https://osf.io/d89xg/ [34]: https://osf.io/d4q95/ [35]: https://osf.io/gfs3v/ [36]: https://osf.io/k6uxt/ [37]: https://osf.io/kteyw/ [38]: https://osf.io/6d8as/ [39]: https://osf.io/h3zr5/ [40]: https://osf.io/8dksj/ [41]: https://osf.io/v3yhx/ [42]: https://osf.io/6sz7r/ [43]: https://osf.io/q4rx2/ [44]: https://osf.io/dawy6/ [45]: https://osf.io/qj3uv/ [46]: https://osf.io/2aryd/ [47]: https://osf.io/n43yc/