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All day
1PM – 5PM: Pick up your name badge (registration table; top of the stairs, floor 2)
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All day
Informal open discussion and planning (215A)
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01:00
Intro to SIPS; 215CDEF
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01:30Checking yourself & others - Michèle Nuijten, Nick Brown, James HeathersReplications: Why, how, when, and who? - Rich Lucas, Rolf ZwaanMulti-lab collaborations - Chris Chartier, Randy McCarthyCrash course in R - Loek Brinkman, Nicholas MichalakDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonTeaching replicable and reproducible science- Kristin Lane, Heather UrryCreating & finding open science jobs - Elizabeth Page-Gould, Michael InzlichtFacilitating self-correction - Lee Jussim, Joe Hilgard, Alex McDiarmid
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02:45
Break (until 3:00); soda & snacks in Atrium
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Lightning talks round 1 (until 3:15); 215CDEF
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Unconference board released; 215A
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03:00Checking yourself & others - Michèle Nuijten, Nick Brown, James HeathersReplications: Why, how, when, and who? - Rich Lucas, Rolf ZwaanMulti-lab collaborations - Chris Chartier, Randy McCarthyCrash course in R - Loek Brinkman, Nicholas MichalakDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonTeaching replicable and reproducible science- Kristin Lane, Heather UrryCreating & finding open science jobs - Elizabeth Page-Gould, Michael InzlichtFacilitating self-correction - Lee Jussim, Joe Hilgard, Alex McDiarmid
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04:00Checking yourself & others - Michèle Nuijten, Nick Brown, James HeathersReplications: Why, how, when, and who? - Rich Lucas, Rolf ZwaanMulti-lab collaborations - Chris Chartier, Randy McCarthyCrash course in R - Loek Brinkman, Nicholas MichalakDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonTeaching replicable and reproducible science- Kristin Lane, Heather UrryCreating & finding open science jobs - Elizabeth Page-Gould, Michael InzlichtFacilitating self-correction - Lee Jussim, Joe Hilgard, Alex McDiarmid
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05:00
Introductions & opening session; 215CDEF
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06:30
Dinner on your own
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Monday, June 25
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8-12:30 and 1:30-5: Pick up your name badge (registration table; top of the stairs, floor 2)
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All day
Informal open discussion and planning; 215A
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07:30Breakfast; Atrium
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Day warm-up, hackathon & unconference pitches (215CDEF)
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08:30Sample size determination - Courtney Soderberg, Erin Hennes, Sean LaneAvoiding Questionable Measurement Practices - Jessica Flake, Eiko FriedPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa Kline, Rob Ackerman, Chrystyna KourosPreparing Students for Non-academic Jobs - Maxine NajleReimagining the peer review process, ethics, etc., - Nathan Hall
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09:30Sample size determination - Courtney Soderberg, Erin Hennes, Sean LaneAvoiding Questionable Measurement Practices - Jessica Flake, Eiko FriedPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa Kline, Rob Ackerman, Chrystyna KourosPreparing Students for Non-academic Jobs - Maxine NajleReimagining the peer review process, ethics, etc., - Nathan Hall
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Break (until 10:15); coffee in Atrium
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Lightning talks round 2 (until 10:30); 215CDEF
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10:15Sample size determination - Courtney Soderberg, Erin Hennes, Sean LaneAvoiding Questionable Measurement Practices - Jessica Flake, Eiko FriedPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa Kline, Rob Ackerman, Chrystyna KourosRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerApproaching, Converting, and Leveraging Funding Bodies as Open Science Change Agents - Paul Connor
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11:30Lightning talks round 3Sample size determination - Courtney Soderberg, Erin Hennes, Sean LaneAvoiding Questionable Measurement Practices - Jessica Flake, Eiko FriedPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa Kline, Rob Ackerman, Chrystyna Kouros(open)Institution's Role on Open and Replicable Science- Felix Cheung
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12:00Sample size determination - Courtney Soderberg, Erin Hennes, Sean LaneAvoiding Questionable Measurement Practices - Jessica Flake, Eiko FriedPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion - Joanne Chung, Leigh WiltonFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa Kline, Rob Ackerman, Chrystyna Kouros8-easy Steps to getting into open science - Sophia Crüwell;The Tone Debate- Koji Takahashi
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Lunch on your own or mentor lunches
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01:30Meta-analysis - Joe Hilgard, Jin GohBayesian statistics/JASP - Johnny van DoornPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion REHACK - Sanjay SrivastavaFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireCreating a crowd-sourced guide to the quality of "classic" studies in psychology - Eric VanmanDevelopmental Psych + Clinical Psych Replicability Issues Meet-Up - Chrystyna Kouros, Ben Armstrong Effective Transparent Visualization of Results (with Uncertainty) - Mati Kay
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02:15
Break (until 2:30); coffee and snacks in Atrium
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Lightning talks round 4 (until 2:45) (215CDEF)
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02:30Meta-analysis - Joe Hilgard, Jin GohBayesian statistics/JASP - Johnny van DoornPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion REHACK - Sanjay SrivastavaFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireCreating a crowd-sourced guide to the quality of "classic" studies in psychology - Eric VanmanDevelopmental Psych + Clinical Psych Replicability Issues Meet-Up - Chrystyna Kouros, Ben ArmstrongPreregistration and Machine Learning - Sarah Sant'Ana
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03:30Meta-analysis - Joe Hilgard, Jin GohBayesian statistics/JASP - Johnny van DoornPreregistration hack-a-shop - Sara Weston, Marjan BakkerDiversity & inclusion REHACK - Sanjay SrivastavaFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzSharing replicable research - Neil Lewis Jr, Patrick ForscherIncreasing transparency in journals - Tom Hardwicke, Steve Lindsay, Michele Nuijten, Simine VazireCreating a crowd-sourced guide to the quality of "classic" studies in psychology - Eric VanmanDevelopmental Psych + Clinical Psych Replicability Issues Meet-Up - Chrystyna Kouros, Ben ArmstrongPreregistration and Machine Learning - Sarah Sant'Ana
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4:30 - 5:30
Hackathon updates & unconference pitches; Day wrap-up
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All-Conference Dinner (your conference registration includes dinner and one free drink); the B.O.B.; 20 Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Tuesday, June 26
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8:30 – 12:30: Pick up your name badge (registration table; top of the stairs, floor 2)
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All day
Informal open discussion and planning; 215A
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07:30Breakfast; Atrium
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08:30
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09:00Agent-based modeling - Paul Smaldino8-easy Steps to getting into open science - Sophia Crüwell; Making a map of statistical concepts (with links to resources) - Carol IskiwitchDevelopmental + Clinical Psych Hackathon (formerly unconference) - Rob Ackerman & Chrystyna KurosMore R? - Willem SleegersRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerStudySwap Live! Facilitating collaborations to reach hard-to-reach populations & Facilitating access to publicly accessible data sets of data from different cultures/regions of the world - Yuichi ShodaECR Support Group/PlatformCreate a Psych Science Accelerators for Existing Longitudinal Data - Eileen GrahamInterest Topic Meet-Ups (Ed. Psych; Cognitive Psych; Sexuality; IO Psych/Business)SMART Preregistration - Tom Hardwicke; Summarizing Ugly Preregistrations So Reviewers can Understand Them - Nick Michalak & Koji Takahashi
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10:00Agent-based modeling - Paul Smaldino8-easy Steps to getting into open science - Sophia Crüwell; Making a map of statistical concepts (with links to resources) - Carol IskiwitchDevelopmental + Clinical Psych Hackathon (formerly unconference) - Rob Ackerman & Chrystyna KurosMore R? - Willem SleegersRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerStudySwap Live! Facilitating collaborations to reach hard-to-reach populations & Facilitating access to publicly accessible data sets of data from different cultures/regions of the world - Yuichi ShodaECR Support Group/PlatformCreate a Psych Science Accelerators for Existing Longitudinal Data - Eileen GrahamInterest Topic Meet-Ups (Ed. Psych; Cognitive Psych; Sexuality; IO Psych/Business)SMART Preregistration - Tom Hardwicke; Summarizing Ugly Preregistrations So Reviewers can Understand Them - Nick Michalak & Koji Takahashi
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10:15
Break (until 10:30); coffee in Atrium
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Lightning talks round 5 (until 10:45); 215CDEF
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10:30Agent-based modeling - Paul Smaldino8-easy Steps to getting into open science - Sophia Crüwell; Making a map of statistical concepts (with links to resources) - Carol IskiwitchDevelopmental + Clinical Psych Hackathon (formerly unconference) - Rob Ackerman & Chrystyna KurosMore R? - Willem SleegersRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerConvincing Practitioners to Adopt Open Science - Josh Grubbs & Sam McAbee; Harnessing Behavioral Science to Increase Uptake of Robust Research PracticesStart an Open Science Community at your University - Anita Eerland & Loek BrinkmanEvaluating & Incentivizing Teaching Reproducible and Open ScienceLife of a Project Tools & Tips to Manage Your Lab - Erin BuchananUnconference
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11:30Lightning talks round 6Agent-based modeling - Paul Smaldino8-easy Steps to getting into open science - Sophia Crüwell; Making a map of statistical concepts (with links to resources) - Carol IskiwitchUnconferencing other Conferences - How Hackathons and the like could enhance the regular conference experienceCreating a crowd-sourced guide to the quality of "classic" studies in psychology - Eric VanmanRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerConvincing Practitioners to Adopt Open Science - Josh Grubbs & Sam McAbee; Harnessing Behavioral Science to Increase Uptake of Robust Research PracticesStart an Open Science Community at your University - Anita Eerland & Loek BrinkmanEvaluating & Incentivizing Teaching Reproducible and Open ScienceLife of a Project Tools & Tips to Manage Your Lab - Erin BuchananUnconference
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Agent-based modeling - Paul Smaldino8-easy Steps to getting into open science - Sophia Crüwell; Making a map of statistical concepts (with links to resources) - Carol IskiwitchUnconferencing other Conferences - How Hackathons and the like could enhance the regular conference experienceCreating a crowd-sourced guide to the quality of "classic" studies in psychology - Eric VanmanRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerConvincing Practitioners to Adopt Open Science - Josh Grubbs & Sam McAbee; Harnessing Behavioral Science to Increase Uptake of Robust Research PracticesStart an Open Science Community at your University - Anita Eerland & Loek BrinkmanEvaluating & Incentivizing Teaching Reproducible and Open ScienceLife of a Project Tools & Tips to Manage Your Lab - Erin BuchananUnconference
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12:30
Box lunch; Atrium
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01:30OpenEthical Publishing GuidelinesData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa KlineFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerAuthoring the Intelligent Scholarly Paper of the Future: Principle-based Scientific Communication - Jay PatelEffects of Data Cleaning on Replication StudiesCreate an Online Index of Psych Measures (per discipline; including validity info)Research Checklist Updates (From Lightning Talk 1) - Karly CochranMassive Open Online Scientist Training
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02:15
Break (until 2:30); coffee in Atrium
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Lightning talks round 7 (until 2:45); 215CDEF
FOUNDATION ROOM
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02:30Diversity & Inclusivity Hack continue part 3Ethical Publishing GuidelinesData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa KlineFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerAuthoring the Intelligent Scholarly Paper of the Future: Principle-based Scientific Communication - Jay PatelEffects of Data Cleaning on Replication StudiesScience podcasting - James Heathers & Yoel Inbar - Foundation ROOMResearch Checklist Updates (From Lightning Talk 1) - Karly CochranFacilitating Discoverability of Commentaries and Replications - Jessie Sun and Joe Hilgard
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03:30Diversity & Inclusivity Hack continue part 3Hack: OPENData Management, Curation, Metadata, Naming Variables - Melissa KlineFacts & fictions - Alexandra Sarafoglou, Laura Scherer, Hannah MoshontzRegistered Reports, Systematic Reviews, and Improvements to Meta-Analysis - Katie CorkerMTurk and Open Science - Chris HoldenOpen Science vs. Pseudoscience - Stuart RitchieScience podcasting - James Heathers & Yoel Inbar - Foundation ROOMOpenFacilitating Discoverability of Commentaries and Replications - Jessie Sun and Joe Hilgard
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4:30 - 5:30
Closing session; 215CDEF
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