Open Science in Psychology 2019
As a response to the replication crisis in psychology, the last six years witnessed the development and implementation of various standards of open science, most notably replicability projects, pre-registrations, registered reports, open data, reproducible scripts, as well as transparency and openness promotion guidelines for scientific journals. It is yet unclear to which extent the implementation of these methods have changed the way how psychological research is carried out and what we have learned so far about the stability and generalizability of psychological phenomena. The general goal of this conference is to give a relatively broad overview of
- what has and what has not yet been achieved,
- what are still prevailing problems, and
- whether the aforementioned open science standards have led to new insights about psychological phenomena.
Abstracts can be submitted until January 31, 2019.