IMeRG Events

Current and Upcoming Events

The repliCATS project

The repliCATS project is the current major project of IMeRG. Sign up for updates about repliCATS here.

Past Events

Australasian Interdisciplinary Meta-Research and Open Science  (AIMOS) conference 

University of Melbourne, 7-8 Nov 2019. Join AIMOS.

Ethics, Evidence and Scientific Reform

5 April 2019, The University of Melbourne

Interdisciplinary panel featuring: Brian Nosek, Glenn Begley, David Vaux & Kirsten Parris

Walls can fall: the open science movement

4 April 2019, The University of Melbourne

Public lecture delivered by Professor Brian Nosek

From Replication Crisis to Credibility Revolution

14-15 November 2019, University of Melbourne

THE CREDIBILITY REVOLUTION IN PSYCHOLOGY

Professor Simine Vazire (University of California, Davis)

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.

INSIGHTS FROM PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND THE TURN TO PRACTICE          

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

META- AND OPEN SCIENCE ISSUES ACROSS DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES

Access an up to date list of short talks here

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

Fiona Fidler Psychology: Replication and ‘mere’ replication

Steve Kambouris History and Philosophy of 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

Ecological Society of Australia Annual Conference

29th November 2018

Hannah Fraser – Questionable Research Practices in Ecology



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