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Open and Reproducible Science I
1st December 2022, 9:00-18:00
Dr Naomi Langerock, UNIGE
Replication is one of the key principles in science. The discovery that extremely influential, textbook findings in psychology cannot be replicated has led to a period of methodological introspection in the field. This period is referred to as the replication crisis. The replication crisis in psychology has been going on for years now. Here, we will give a brief overview of the replication crisis in psychology and the causes of the crisis. Moreover, we will focus on what psychology researchers have learned from the crisis: how to do better science. The aim is to present a variety of new initiatives and tools that support open and replicable research practices, including JASP, StudySwap, the Psychological Science Accelerator, Registered Reports, Open Science Framework, and Open Access publishing.
UNIL, Géopolis building, room 2218