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Watch Out for the Experienced Study Participant

Researchers might not think about participants’ past experiences as a research subject, but new findings suggest that these experiences could make a difference in study outcomes. ... More>

The first imperative: Science that isn’t transparent isn’t science

Journal Science Releases Guidelines for Publishing Scientific Studies

APS Commits to Promoting Transparent Science

APS, along with many other scientific journals and organizations, has voiced its support of using publication guidelines to promote open science practices. ... More>

Brain Methods Course

A “Brain Connectivity Methods” workshop will be held July 27–31, 2015, at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Participants will learn to use the connectivity toolbox: SPM12, FSL, and CONN. We’re […]... More>