Searching authors for a many-analyst project

This blog post is directed to those who are interested in coordinating and/or participating in a many-analyst project on a large, multi-site study investigating the effects of gendered job occupations and gender roles on the naming of male or female exemplars. The original authors will make ⅔ of the data available to analysis teams, whoContinue reading “Searching authors for a many-analyst project”

CORE Lab 2021 Lab Philosophy/Workflow Hackathon

Today, November 25, 2021, we organized the yearly workflow hackathon of the CORE lab (you can read last year’s version here)! To get all the lab members on one page and to reduce error as much as possible, we have a lab philosophy that is accompanied by various documents to facilitate our workflow. But researchContinue reading “CORE Lab 2021 Lab Philosophy/Workflow Hackathon”

Lessons from “Big Team Science”

Patrick Forscher, who has received the exciting news that he is taking up a new job at the Busara Center, was part of a panel discussion at Metascience2021 (together with Nick Coles and Max Primbs, two of the board members of the Psychological Science Accelerator). You can watch the panel discussion below. Video hosted onContinue reading “Lessons from “Big Team Science””

Adeyemi Adetula’s Keynote @ SIPS

At this past conference for the Society of Improvement of Psychological Science, Adeyemi Adetula, PhD student at the CORE Lab, gave the closing keynote on the topic of Synergy Between the Credibility Revolution and Human Development in Africa. A preprint of a manuscript that he led is available on AfricArxiv. The video of his talkContinue reading “Adeyemi Adetula’s Keynote @ SIPS”

A Manifesto for Big Team Science: Talk at AFC

March 11, 2021, Patrick Forscher gave a talk (online) at the Applied Face Cognition lab, led by Meike Ramon and for the Swiss Reproducibility Network. Below first the video of his talk and then the abstract. Abstract Progress in psychology has been frustrated by challenges concerning replicability, generalizability, strategy selection, inferential reproducibility, and computational reproducibility.Continue reading “A Manifesto for Big Team Science: Talk at AFC”

The CO-RE Lab opens its doors

Once a month, the CO-RE lab organizes a journal club. Before each journal club, all journal club members have the option to propose one or two articles for the group to read in advance. The articles may be about any topic related to the CO-RE lab’s shared interests of interpersonal relationships, meta-science, and research methodsContinue reading “The CO-RE Lab opens its doors”

Science for Science Reformers

In November 2019, Tal Yarkoni set psychology Twitter ablaze with a fiery preprint, “The Generalizability Crisis” (Yarkoni, 2019). Written with direct, pungent language, the paper fired a direct salvo at the inappropriate breadth of claims in scientific psychology, arguing that the inferential statistics presented in papers are essentially meaningless due to their excessive breadth andContinue reading “Science for Science Reformers”