ESCOP Preconference Event

Building a Better
Psychological Science
Good Data Practices and Replicability
28 August 2013
14:30 to 18:30 | Room 0.83 | ELTE University Congress Center | Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A | H-1117 Budapest, Hungary


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Scientific Utopia
Brian Nosek
University of Virginia, USA
Center for Open Science


The Excitement of Conducting a Replication Study
Eric-Jan Wagenmakers
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Barbara A. Spellman
University of Virginia, USA
Editor, Perspectives on Psychological Science

Truth or Hype? Shifting Values and Norms in (Psychological) Science
Axel Cleeremans
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium


Incentives and Practices to Promote Replicability
Hal E. Pashler
University of California, San Diego, USA

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Psychological science has come of age. But the rights of a mature discipline carry with it responsibilities: to maximize confidence in our findings through good data practice and replication while simultaneously ensuring that funding sources and publication outlets support best practice.

Leading experts will explore the causes and extent of bias and error problems in science as well as potential solutions to these and other complex problems affecting replicability, in a halfday pre-conference symposium co-sponsored by ESCoP and the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

For more on APS’s replication efforts please read: APS Journal Seeks Labs to Participate in First Registered Replication Report Project

The program is offered free of charge, but due to space limitations, we ask that you register