OSM 2019 Schedule
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Sunday, February 3
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18:00 -Pre-conference meet up at Bali Bohemia's restaurant (drinks and food available for purchase). Event for both OPLS & OSM attendees.
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Tuesday, February 5
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16:30 - 17:30
Pre-movie drinks at Cinema Paradiso (drinks and food available for purchase). Event for both OPLS & OSM attendees.
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Public Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship (with Dr. Jason Schmitt). Location: Cinema Paradiso. The cinema serves dinner and drinks throughout the screening. Event for both OPLS & OSM attendees.
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Wednesday, February 6
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08:30 - 10:15Registration & Coffee
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Main RoomLunch Room / Darwin
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09:30TALK: A Beginner's Guide to Open & Reproducible Science (Dr. Rebecca Willén)
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10:00TALK: What is IGDORE? (Dr. Rebecca Willén)
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10:20TALK: Welcome & Practical Information (Dr. Jennifer Beaudry)
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10:30 - 10:45Morning Tea & Coffee
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WORKSHOP: A Beginner's Guide to Statistical Computing with R (Dr. Tobias Heycke)
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12:00 - 13:15Lunch
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PUBLIC SEMINAR: Open Access and the Dire Need for a Global Narrative (Dr. Jason Schmitt)
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14:15 - 14:30Break
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TALK: An Introduction to the Psychological Science Accelerator, Collaborative Replication and Education Project, and Study Swap Initiatives (Gianni Ribeiro)
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15:30 - 15:45Afternoon Tea
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15:45WORKSHOP / TALKS: EMPIRICAL STUDY PROPOSALS: Does Online Self Disclosure Associate with Instagram Close Friends Features? (Dyah Ayu Savitri); Similar ideology, different political aficionado: A case of Indonesian 2019 presidential election (Rizqy Amelia Zein); The spread of partisan fake news in Indonesia: Investigating the role of analytic thinking and the use of inoculation as a potential bufffer (Annas Jiwa Pratama)
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17:00 -Drinks at IGDORE (drinks available for purchase)
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Thursday, February 7
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08:30 - 09:15Registration & Coffee
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Main RoomLunch Room / Darwin
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09:00WORKSHOP: Preregistration in Theory (Dr. Tobias Heycke)
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10:00LIGHTNING TALKS: Negative framing boosts donation: An experimental study investigating the effect of message framing to empathy and charitable donation (Sita Nadia Salsabila Widodo); Assessing (questionable) research practices of Indonesian academics: A meta-analysis of observed power (Rizqy Amelia Zein); Role of Animal Assisted Therapy for Communication Skill in Autism Spectrum Disorder (Roosendy Annisa Putri); How to do a p-curve analysis (Michael Inzlicht)
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10:30 - 10:45Morning Tea & Coffee
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11:30WORKSHOP: R Markdown With Papaja (Dr. Sau-Chin Chen & Dr. Tobias Heycke)UNCONFERENCE SESSION: How to make forensic psychology journals adopt Registered Reports? (Led by Gianni Ribeiro)
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12:45 - 14:00Lunch
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14:00HACKATHON: Initiating the International Training Modules of Open Scientific Practices (Dr. Sau-Chin Chen) WORKSHOP: Preregistration of Primary Data Analyses (Dr. Tobias Heycke)
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15:30 - 15:45 Break
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15:45WORKSHOP: Preregistration of Secondary Data Analyses (Dr. Tobias Heycke) UNCONFERENCE SESSION: Engaging Graduate Students and Supervisors in Open Science (Dr. Jennifer Beaudry)
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17:00TALK: How programming with Python can make your life easier (Daniel Berntsson)
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17:15Closing Session (Dr. Rebecca Willén & Dr. Jennifer Beaudry)
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17:30Farewell Drinks at IGDORE (drinks available for purchase)
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