Upcoming Events

From Replication Crisis to Credibility Revolution

14-15 Nov 2019, The University of Melbourne

Room 552 & 553 Arts West. Free event but please register

 

Wednesday 14 November

10am THE CREDIBILITY REVOLUTION IN PSYCHOLOGY

Professor Simine Vazire (University of California, Davis)

(includes morning tea)

Abstract: A fundamental part of the scientific enterprise is for each field to engage in critical self-examination to detect errors in our theories and methods, and improve them. In this talk, I discuss how well psychology, as a science, has been living up to this ideal, and what principles should guide our efforts to improve our science.

Bio: Simine Vazire is a professor in the department of psychology at the University of California, Davis in the USA.  She conducts research on self-knowledge, personality, and meta-science.  Her meta-science work includes studying the publication and peer review process and tracking trends in published research in psychology over time.  She is the editor in chief of Social Psychological and Personality Science, a senior editor at Collabra: Psychology, and an associate editor of Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science.  She co-founded the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science and serves on the board of that society, as well as the board of the Association for Psychological Science.

11:30am INSIGHTS FROM PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND THE TURN TO PRACTICE          

Dr Kristian Camilleri (History and Philosophy of Science, UniMelb)

Bio: Kristian Camilleri is a lecturer in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Melbourne. He teaches widely in HPS.

12:30pm LUNCH

1pm META- AND OPEN SCIENCE ISSUES ACROSS DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES

Access an up to date list of short talks here

2:30pm INTRO TO THE REPLICATION PREDICTION PROJECT

An introduction to IMeRG’s new project, and specifically to the afternoon’s workshop. By Associate Professor Fiona Fidler, Dr Bonnie Wintle, Dr Hannah Fraser and IMeRG.

3pm REPLICATION PREDICTION PROJECT WORKSHOP – 1

Get hands on experience at predicting whether replication study outcomes will successfully replicate previous findings. Small friendly groups.

5:30pm RECEPTION

Drinks, snacks and conversation.

Thursday 15 November

 9am WORK-IN-PROGRESS from the Interdisciplinary MetaResearch Group (IMeRG)

Fiona Fidler [Discipline goes here]

Replication and ‘mere’ replication

Steve Kambouris History and Philosophistory and Philosophy Science

Are Reproducibility and Replicability just a matter of making tacit knowledge explicit?

Felix Singleton Thorn Psychology

Research planning practices

Hannah Fraser Ecology

Questionable Research Practices in hypothesis testing research

Elise Gould Ecology

Questionable Research Practices in non-hypothesis testing research

10am REPLICATION PREDICTION PROJECT WORKSHOP – 2

Missed yesterday’s workshop, or just keen for more? Come back for more prediction fun!

12pm LUNCH

For more info contact fidlerfm@unimelb.edu.au


Ecological Society of Australia Annual Conference 29th November 2018 at Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane, Queensland

Speaker:

Hannah Fraser – Questionable Research Practices in Ecology


We’ll be hosting the 2019 Australasian Interdisciplinary Meta-Research and Open Science  (AIMOS) conference at the University of Melbourne, 7-8 Nov 2019. Check out the AIMOS webpage or contact Fiona Fidler or Hannah Fraser for more information.


 

 

%d bloggers like this: