ZPID Open Science Conference 2019
In March, the Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID) organized the Open Science 2019 at the University of Trier, Germany. One of our members, Moritz Heene, has also been part of the organising team. The conference's speeches and presentations covered methodological and statsitcal issues as well as conceptual issues concerning Open Science. For those who have missed the conference or want to recapture specific talks, the ZPID shares all keynote speeches and presentations of the Open Science 2019:
For keynote speeches: https://leibniz-psychology.org/en/services/media-center/
For other presentations: https://www.psycharchives.org/simple-search?query=%22Open+Science+2019%2C+Trier%2C+Germany%22&rpp=10&sort_by=dc.date.issued_dt&order=desc
- Simine Vazire, University of California: "The Credibility Revolution in Psychological Science"
- Gregory Francis, Purdue University: "Rethinking multiple testing for replication and preregistration"
- Richard D. Morey, Cardiff University: "Statistical issues facing the methodological reform movement"
- Tom Hardwicke, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin: "Calibrating the scientific ecosystem through meta-research”
Organisers: Moritz Heene (LMU München), Frank Renkewitz (Universität Erfurt), Michael Bosnjak (ZPID).
About the ZPID: Being the supra-regional scientific research support organization for psychology in German-speaking countries, the ZPID supports the scientific work in every step of the research cycle. It is especially engaged in Open Science while providing the search platform PubPsych, the Open-Access publication platform PsychOpen, the psychology repository PsychArchives, and many more services.