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The repliCATS workshop will be focused on predicting the likely replicability of published research in the social and behavioural sciences literature. Previous workshop participants have appreciated the opportunity to consider and evaluate many different scientific claims and gain exposure to a variety of research designs and approaches.Our hope is that this process will help groups think critically about the evidence these studies present. About the repliCATS workshop Working in small groups of 5-6, you will be asked to evaluate approximately a dozen social and behavioural science research claims. Each group will have its own facilitator, who will guide you through a structured elicitation protocol. The workshop will be fully catered. Before the workshopYou will be asked to complete demographics information and training prior to the workshop. During the workshopThe elicitation protocol involves two rounds of estimation with discussion before the second round.Round 1: You will be asked to read the claims, and submit your initial private estimate, and reasoning. Discussion: Your judgements will be shared with the group, but will be de-identified (via a code name), and the group engages in feedback and discussion. Round 2 : revise your estimates should you believe there is good reason to do so.
Time requiredDemographics and training before the workshop-1 hourWorkshop participation-Full day Travel award bank details-5 minutesFollow-up semi-structured interview (optional)-45-60 minutes Travel Grants We are offering 55 travel grants of USD$400 to participants outside the Melbourne metropolitan area and free attendance at the AIMOS2019 conference to all workshop participants.To claim the award, you must attend the full day of the workshop, and sign off on the register at the workshop venue. Please note that reimbursements can take up to 6 weeks. We are sorry to not be able to provide the awards upfront, but this is not possible because of the terms of our own funding. RequirementsOur primary requirement is a willingness to evaluate published research in the social and behavioural science literature. To register for the workshop, you must be over 18 years old, and should have completed or be currently enrolled in a degree in a relevant area. You also need to bring your own laptop to the workshop.
How will the information in this form be used? We will never share your personal information with any third party. You can read our full Privacy Collection Notice here: http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/replicats/privacy-collection-notice/
The repliCATS project is part of the larger SCORE (Systematizing Confidence in Open Research and Evidence) program, funded by DARPA (US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency). This research project has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of The University of Melbourne ID: 1853445