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SUNDAY 7th JulyLEGENDConference locationsSession Types
Miscellaneous
LINK TO CODE OF CONDUCT
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ON-THE-FLY PROGRAMMINGENGELSWorkshopNot available
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>> PROPOSE A SESSION <<MARRIOTTUnconferenceOpen Space
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FOLLOW THIS LINK:DELFTSE POORTHackathon
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https://tinyurl.com/sipsontheflyPre-study Posters
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Lightning Talks
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All-conference activities
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All day
12noon– 5.00PM: Pick up your name badge (registration table; Engels)
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Location >>ENGELSEDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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Room >>BEATRIXWILLEM-ALEXANDERCLAUSWILHELMINAMAXIMAAMALIAJULIANAALEXIAEMMAMAURITSARIANE
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Zone >>Beatrix Zone 1Beatrix Zone 2Beatrix Zone 3Beatrix Zone 4Beatrix WindowsWillem-Alexander Zone 1
Willem-Alexander Zone 2
Willem-Alexander Zone 3Willem-Alexander Zone 4
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Layout >>TheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterCabaretCabaretCabaretCabaretCabaretTheaterTheaterTheaterTheater
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Capacity >>2020202010202020201004540403040404040
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Session type >>HackathonHackathonHackathonHackathonPre-study PostersHackathonHackathonHackathonHackathonWorkshopWorkshopWorkshopWorkshopWorkshopUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconference
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13:00>> WELCOME TO SIPS AND ORIENTATION SESSION << (Anita Eerland, Tom Hardwicke, Michèle Nuijten, Randy McCarthy) OVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINKOVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINK
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13:45Justifications of study planning decisions: which types of decisions are taken, and what types of evidence can we distinguish? (Gjalt-Jorn Peters)Building an open science knowledge base (Felix Henninger, Luisa Horsten, Frederik Aust)Nudging Open Science Practices in CVs (Purav "Jay" Patel & Erik Anderson)Replace journals' writing-based authorship guidelines with a contributorship model (Alex Holcombe, Simine Vazire, Chris Chartier)Poster cohort 1 on displayFinding value in anonymized data: exploring scenarios for secondary use (Gustav Nilsonne)Creating a pre-registration tool for human neuroimaging studies (M/EEG, fMRI) (Johannes Algermissen, David Mehler, Stephan Heunis, Remi Gau)Making open psychological datasets more accessible and useful for research and teaching (Cameron Brick)Helping researchers identify their smallest effect size of interest (Farid Anvari, Amy Orben, Peder Isager, Felix Singleton Thorn)Introduction to R for psychology (Nicholas Michalak)Improving psychological science by formalizing psychological theories: The value of computational modeling (Donald Robinaugh & Eiko Fried)Preparing code and data for computationally reproducible collaboration and publication: a hands-on workshop for researchers (April Clyburne-Sherin)Redesigning methods curricula for reproducibility (Dale Barr, Heather Cleland Woods, Lisa DeBruine, Rebecca Lai, Phil McAleer, Shanon McNee, Emily Nordmann, Helena Paterson, Niamh Stack)Ethics: it's already hard enough without it! (but why it is important!) (Sil Aarts)Open science for mid-career plus researchers (Clare Conry-Murray & Benjamin Le)Ontologies for psychological science (Simon Columbus, Daniel Balliet, Giuliana Spadaro)Measurement error in psychology (Koen Neijenhuijs & Sam Parsons)Encouraging data sharing and signposting in clinical psychology (Ian Hussey & Olivia Kirtley)
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14:30Justifications of study planning decisions: which types of decisions are taken, and what types of evidence can we distinguish? (Gjalt-Jorn Peters)Building an open science knowledge base (Felix Henninger, Luisa Horsten, Frederik Aust)Nudging Open Science Practices in CVs (Purav "Jay" Patel & Erik Anderson)Replace journals' writing-based authorship guidelines with a contributorship model (Alex Holcombe, Simine Vazire, Chris Chartier)Poster cohort 1 on displayFinding value in anonymized data: exploring scenarios for secondary use (Gustav Nilsonne)Creating a pre-registration tool for human neuroimaging studies (M/EEG, fMRI) (Johannes Algermissen, David Mehler, Stephan Heunis, Remi Gau)Making open psychological datasets more accessible and useful for research and teaching (Cameron Brick)Helping researchers identify their smallest effect size of interest (Farid Anvari, Amy Orben, Peder Isager, Felix Singleton Thorn)Introduction to R for psychology (Nicholas Michalak)Improving psychological science by formalizing psychological theories: The value of computational modeling (Donald Robinaugh & Eiko Fried)Preparing code and data for computationally reproducible collaboration and publication: a hands-on workshop for researchers (April Clyburne-Sherin)Redesigning methods curricula for reproducibility (Dale Barr, Heather Cleland Woods, Lisa DeBruine, Rebecca Lai, Phil McAleer, Shanon McNee, Emily Nordmann, Helena Paterson, Niamh Stack)Ethics: it's already hard enough without it! (but why it is important!) (Sil Aarts)Open science for mid-career plus researchers (Clare Conry-Murray & Benjamin Le)Ontologies for psychological science (Simon Columbus, Daniel Balliet, Giuliana Spadaro)Measurement error in psychology (Koen Neijenhuijs & Sam Parsons)Encouraging data sharing and signposting in clinical psychology (Ian Hussey & Olivia Kirtley)EDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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15:15>> POSTER SESSION COHORT 1 <<>> LIGHTNING TALKS ROUND 1 << (Chair: Sau-Chin Chen)BREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAK
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15:45Justifications of study planning decisions: which types of decisions are taken, and what types of evidence can we distinguish? (Gjalt-Jorn Peters)Building an open science knowledge base (Felix Henninger, Luisa Horsten, Frederik Aust)Less data cleaning, more data adventures with Psych-DS: What could we do if datasets lived in a common format? (Melissa Kline)Replace journals' writing-based authorship guidelines with a contributorship model (Alex Holcombe, Simine Vazire, Chris Chartier)Poster cohort 1 on display((( OPEN )))Creating a pre-registration tool for human neuroimaging studies (M/EEG, fMRI) (Johannes Algermissen, David Mehler, Stephan Heunis, Remi Gau)Many (validity) analysts, one dataset: Making transparent how variations in measurement practices impact conclusions about validity (Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes)Helping researchers identify their smallest effect size of interest (Farid Anvari, Amy Orben, Peder Isager, Felix Singleton Thorn)Introduction to R for psychology (Nicholas Michalak)Improving psychological science by formalizing psychological theories: The value of computational modeling (Donald Robinaugh & Eiko Fried)Preparing code and data for computationally reproducible collaboration and publication: a hands-on workshop for researchers (April Clyburne-Sherin)Redesigning methods curricula for reproducibility (Dale Barr, Heather Cleland Woods, Lisa DeBruine, Rebecca Lai, Phil McAleer, Shanon McNee, Emily Nordmann, Helena Paterson, Niamh Stack)Contemporary Philosophy of Scientific Practices for Practicing Scientists (Fallon Mody, Martin Bush, Eden Smith)Working with editors to correct the literature (Nick Brown & Harris Friedman)Open science considerations for researchers working with qualitative data. (Crystal Steltenpohl, Alyssa Counsell, Sophia Crüwell, Amie McKibban)Going real-time! Utilizing continuous data deposition, sharing, analysis and reporting to facilitate openness and credibility (Zoltan Kekecs, Balazs Aczel, Marton Kovacs)Registered Reports & PLOS ONE (Yann Benetreau)
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16:30Justifications of study planning decisions: which types of decisions are taken, and what types of evidence can we distinguish? (Gjalt-Jorn Peters)Building an open science knowledge base (Felix Henninger, Luisa Horsten, Frederik Aust)Less data cleaning, more data adventures with Psych-DS: What could we do if datasets lived in a common format? (Melissa Kline)Replace journals' writing-based authorship guidelines with a contributorship model (Alex Holcombe, Simine Vazire, Chris Chartier)Poster cohort 1 on display((( OPEN )))Creating a pre-registration tool for human neuroimaging studies (M/EEG, fMRI) (Johannes Algermissen, David Mehler, Stephan Heunis, Remi Gau)Many (validity) analysts, one dataset: Making transparent how variations in measurement practices impact conclusions about validity (Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes)Helping researchers identify their smallest effect size of interest (Farid Anvari, Amy Orben, Peder Isager, Felix Singleton Thorn)Introduction to R for psychology (Nicholas Michalak)Improving psychological science by formalizing psychological theories: The value of computational modeling (Donald Robinaugh & Eiko Fried)Preparing code and data for computationally reproducible collaboration and publication: a hands-on workshop for researchers (April Clyburne-Sherin)Redesigning methods curricula for reproducibility (Dale Barr, Heather Cleland Woods, Lisa DeBruine, Rebecca Lai, Phil McAleer, Shanon McNee, Emily Nordmann, Helena Paterson, Niamh Stack)Contemporary Philosophy of Scientific Practices for Practicing Scientists (Fallon Mody, Martin Bush, Eden Smith)Working with editors to correct the literature (Nick Brown & Harris Friedman)Open science considerations for researchers working with qualitative data. (Crystal Steltenpohl, Alyssa Counsell, Sophia Crüwell, Amie McKibban)Going real-time! Utilizing continuous data deposition, sharing, analysis and reporting to facilitate openness and credibility (Zoltan Kekecs, Balazs Aczel, Marton Kovacs)Registered Reports & PLOS ONE (Yann Benetreau)
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17:15>> OPENING PLENARY SESSION << (Jack Arnal)OVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINK
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END OF DAY (please make your own dinner plans!)
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MONDAY 8th JulyLEGENDConference locationsSession Types
Miscellaneous
LINK TO CODE OF CONDUCT
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ON-THE-FLY PROGRAMMINGENGELSWorkshopNot available
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>> PROPOSE A SESSION <<MARRIOTTUnconferenceOpen Space
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FOLLOW THIS LINK:DELFTSE POORTHackathon
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https://tinyurl.com/sipsontheflyPre-study Posters
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Lightning Talks
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All-conference activities
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All day
8.30-12:15 and 1:30-16.15: Pick up your name badge (registration table in Engels)
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Location >>ENGELSMARRIOTTDELFTSE POORTEDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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Room >>BEATRIXWILLEM-ALEXANDERWILHELMINAMAXIMAMAURITSEMMAALEXIAARIANEJULIANAFOYERROTTERDAM IROTTERDAM IIRIJNDAMNOORDAMOffice Space
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Zone >>Beatrix Zone 1Beatrix Zone 2Beatrix Zone 3Beatrix Zone 4Beatrix WindowsWillem-Alexander Zone 1
Willem-Alexander Zone 2
Willem-Alexander Zone 3Willem-Alexander Zone 4
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Layout >>TheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterCabaretCabaretCabaretCabaretTheaterTheaterCabaretBanquetTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterN/A
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Capacity >>202020201020202020454030304040307040603030
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HackathonHackathonHackathonHackathonPre-study PostersHackathonHackathonHackathonHackathonWorkshopWorkshopWorkshopWorkshopUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceWorkshopUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceOpen space
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09:00>> DAY WARM UP << (Chair: Randy McCarthy)OVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINK
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09:30QRP Reviewer Guidelines (Monica Gonzalez-Marquez & Remi Gau)Arguments that Need to Die (John Protzko)Building an open science knowledge base - project coordination (Jackie Thompson, Brian Nosek, Luisa Horsten, Henrik Danielsson, Frederik Aust)More working with editors to correct errors. (Joe Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris FriedmanPoster Cohort 2 on displayFormalizing verbal models (Kimberly Quinn & Leonid Tiokhin)
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Open research documentation (Daniel Lakens & Lisa DeBruine)((( OPEN )))Mapping degrees of freedom in systematic review (Natasha Godkin & Gjalt-Jorn)
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Introducing meta-analytic methods for psychological scientists (Sho Tsuji)Doing open, transparent, and reproducible research with RMarkdown and Git (Mark Andrews)Introduction to pre-registration (Marjan Bakker, Lorne Campbell, & Olmo van der Akker)Meeting of the Minds: a practical introduction to current philosophy of science (Noah van Dongen, Felipe Romero, Jan Sprenger, Michal Sikorski)Formalizing verbal models (Kimberly Quinn & Leonid Tiokhin)((( OPEN )))FORRT: Supporting teaching of open and reproducible research practices (Sam Parsons, Flavio Azevedo)Bayesian Inference with JASP (Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)((( OPEN )))Creating (and Mapping) the History of Scientific Reform (Bobbie Spellman & Fiona Fidler)When meta is not better: Towards a framework for transparent and robust systematic-reviews (Jade Pickering & Oliver Clark)Project Free Our Knowledge: Accelerating Open Science with Collective Action Campaigns (Cooper Smout)((( OPEN )))
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10:15QRP Reviewer Guidelines (Monica Gonzalez-Marquez & Remi Gau)Arguments that Need to Die (John Protzko)Building an open science knowledge base - project coordination (Jackie Thompson, Brian Nosek, Luisa Horsten, Henrik Danielsson, Frederik Aust)More working with editors to correct errors. (Joe Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris FriedmanPoster Cohort 2 on displayFormalizing verbal models (Kimberly Quinn & Leonid Tiokhin)
MOVED TO ALEXIA
Open research documentation (Daniel Lakens & Lisa DeBruine)((( OPEN )))Mapping degrees of freedom in systematic review (Natasha Godkin & Gjalt-Jorn)
MOVED TO DOWNSTAIRS LOBBY
Introducing meta-analytic methods for psychological scientists (Sho Tsuji)Doing open, transparent, and reproducible research with RMarkdown and Git (Mark Andrews)Introduction to pre-registration (Marjan Bakker, Lorne Campbell, & Olmo van der Akker)Meeting of the Minds: a practical introduction to current philosophy of science (Noah van Dongen, Felipe Romero, Jan Sprenger, Michal Sikorski)Formalizing verbal models (Kimberly Quinn & Leonid Tiokhin)((( OPEN )))FORRT: Supporting teaching of open and reproducible research practices (Sam Parsons, Flavio Azevedo)Bayesian Inference with JASP (Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)((( OPEN )))Creating (and Mapping) the History of Scientific Reform (Bobbie Spellman & Fiona Fidler)When meta is not better: Towards a framework for transparent and robust systematic-reviews (Jade Pickering & Oliver Clark)Project Free Our Knowledge: Accelerating Open Science with Collective Action Campaigns (Cooper Smout)((( OPEN )))EDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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11:00BREAKPoster Cohort 2 on display>> LIGHTNING TALKS ROUND 2 << (Chair: Raine Vickers-Jones)BREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAK((( OPEN )))
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11:30Using replication as a teaching tool in the classroom (Nicole Sorhagen & Meghan Caulfield)Challenges in ESM research: Developing a dynamic taxonomy of best practices (Eeske van Roekel, Olivia Kirtley, Ginette Lafit, Janne Adolf, Gerine Lodder)Avoiding conflicts of interest in academic awards and prizes: Assessing the guidelines provided by scientific societies. (Andrea Stoevenbelt, Jelte Wicherts, Michèle Nuijten)More working with editors to correct errors. (Joe Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris FriedmanPoster Cohort 2 on displayFormalizing verbal models (Kimberly Quinn & Leonid Tiokhin)Teaching research methods, statistics, and open science to high school and undergraduate students through video games (Crystal N. Steltenpohl & Katie Daniels)((( OPEN )))((( OPEN )))Introducing meta-analytic methods for psychological scientists (Sho Tsuji)Doing open, transparent, and reproducible research with RMarkdown and Git (Mark Andrews)Introduction to pre-registration (Marjan Bakker, Lorne Campbell, & Olmo van der Akker)Reproducible Data Visualizations Using R and Binder (Andrew Stewart & Oli Clark)Open and reproducible research with sensitive, (private, and proprietary) data and methods (Maia Salholz-Hillel, Daan Ornee, Maud Grol, Lena Matyjek, Gabriela HoferRegistered Reports at PLOS: follow-up (Yann Benetreau)QRP The Board Game (Roger Giner-Sorolla)Bayesian Inference with JASP (Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)Introducing the Platform for Young Meta-Scientists (Sarahanne Field, Anne Scheel, Noah van Dongen, Olmo van den Akker)How to promote open science in stagnant communities: experience from Russia (Elena Rybina & Maria Servetnik)What do first year psychology students think about (open) science? (Jennifer Beaudry)Open Science in Time-Limited Student Projects (Clare Conry-Murray, Bianca Dietrich, Mariella Paul)((( OPEN )))
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12:15(MENTOR) LUNCHPoster Cohort 2 on display(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH(MENTOR) LUNCH((( OPEN )))
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13:30Using replication as a teaching tool in the classroom (Nicole Sorhagen & Meghan Caulfield)Challenges in ESM research: Developing a dynamic taxonomy of best practices (Eeske van Roekel, Olivia Kirtley, Ginette Lafit, Janne Adolf, Gerine Lodder)Avoiding conflicts of interest in academic awards and prizes: Assessing the guidelines provided by scientific societies. (Andrea Stoevenbelt, Jelte Wicherts, Michèle Nuijten)More working with editors to correct errors. (Joe Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris FriedmanPoster Cohort 2 on displayFormalizing verbal models (Kimberly Quinn & Leonid Tiokhin)Teaching research methods, statistics, and open science to high school and undergraduate students through video games (Crystal N. Steltenpohl & Katie Daniels)((( OPEN )))Leveraging Libraries: PsyArXiv Fundraising (Grace Binion & Benjamin Brown)Introducing meta-analytic methods for psychological scientists (Sho Tsuji)Doing open, transparent, and reproducible research with RMarkdown and Git (Mark Andrews)Introduction to pre-registration (Marjan Bakker, Lorne Campbell, & Olmo van der Akker)Reproducible Data Visualizations Using R and Binder (Andrew Stewart & Oli Clark)Open and reproducible research with sensitive, (private, and proprietary) data and methods (Maia Salholz-Hillel, Daan Ornee, Maud Grol, Lena Matyjek, Gabriela HoferRegistered Reports at PLOS: follow-up (Yann Benetreau)QRP The Board Game (Roger Giner-Sorolla)Bayesian Inference with JASP (Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)Introducing the Platform for Young Meta-Scientists (Sarahanne Field, Anne Scheel, Noah van Dongen, Olmo van den Akker)How to promote open science in stagnant communities: experience from Russia (Elena Rybina & Maria Servetnik)What do first year psychology students think about (open) science? (Jennifer Beaudry)Open Science in Time-Limited Student Projects (Clare Conry-Murray, Bianca Dietrich, Mariella Paul)((( OPEN )))
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14:15>> POSTER SESSION COHORT 2 <<>> LIGHTNING TALKS ROUND 3 << (Chair: Farid Anvari)BREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAK((( OPEN )))EDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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14:45Using replication as a teaching tool in the classroom (Nicole Sorhagen & Meghan Caulfield)Challenges in ESM research: Developing a dynamic taxonomy of best practices (Eeske van Roekel, Olivia Kirtley, Ginette Lafit, Janne Adolf, Gerine Lodder)Improving the CREP (Jordan Wagge)Setting Up A Large Scale Replication Project of Cognitive Dissonance Theory (Willem Sleegers, David VaidisPoster Cohort 2 on displayExtending {papaja} to prepare (even better) APA journal articles with R Markdown (Frederik Aust)Meeting of the Minds: working towards sustainable interaction between science and philosophy (Noah van Dongen, Felipe Romero, Jan Sprenger, Michal Sikorski)Many Validity Analysts (Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes)Leveraging Libraries: PsyArXiv Fundraising (Grace Binion & Benjamin Brown)Finding, using and making Open Educational Resources (Rima-Maria Rahal)Introduction to version control using git (Tobias Heycke)RepliCATS: evaluating the replicability of Social and Behavioural science claims (Bonnie Wintle, Fiona Fidler, Hannah Fraser, Fallon Mody)Reproducible Data Visualizations Using R and Binder (Andrew Stewart & Oli Clark)Is there ethical p-hacking? Intermediate pre-registrations during analyses (Johannes Algermissen)Build the prediction markets and deep-thinking survey before a massive collaborative study (Sau-Chin Chen & Anna Szabelska)QRP The Board Game (Roger Giner-Sorolla)Open Sampling: Challenges in using MTurk and other crowdsourced samples? (Gabriele Paolacci, Jesse Chandler, Itay Sisso) Introducing the Platform for Young Meta-Scientists (Sarahanne Field, Anne Scheel, Noah van Dongen, Olmo van den Akker)Why everyone should care about evidence-based science reading skills training, especially the Open Science movement (Monica Gonzalez-Marquez)The Inaugural Meeting of the Open Toolmakers' Guild (Felix Henninger)Implications of Teaching Bayesian Statistics to Undergraduate Psychology Students (Henk Kiers, Rink Hoekstra, Jorge Tendeiro, Don van Ravenzwaaij)((( OPEN )))
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15:30Using replication as a teaching tool in the classroom (Nicole Sorhagen & Meghan Caulfield)Challenges in ESM research: Developing a dynamic taxonomy of best practices (Eeske van Roekel, Olivia Kirtley, Ginette Lafit, Janne Adolf, Gerine Lodder)Improving the CREP (Jordan Wagge)Setting Up A Large Scale Replication Project of Cognitive Dissonance Theory (Willem Sleegers, David VaidisPoster Cohort 2 on displayExtending {papaja} to prepare (even better) APA journal articles with R Markdown (Frederik Aust)Meeting of the Minds: working towards sustainable interaction between science and philosophy (Noah van Dongen, Felipe Romero, Jan Sprenger, Michal Sikorski)Many Validity Analysts (Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes)Leveraging Libraries: PsyArXiv Fundraising (Grace Binion & Benjamin Brown)Finding, using and making Open Educational Resources (Rima-Maria Rahal)Introduction to version control using git (Tobias Heycke)RepliCATS: evaluating the replicability of Social and Behavioural science claims (Bonnie Wintle, Fiona Fidler, Hannah Fraser, Fallon Mody)Reproducible Data Visualizations Using R and Binder (Andrew Stewart & Oli Clark)Is there ethical p-hacking? Intermediate pre-registrations during analyses (Johannes Algermissen)Build the prediction markets and deep-thinking survey before a massive collaborative study (Sau-Chin Chen & Anna Szabelska)QRP The Board Game (Roger Giner-Sorolla)Open Sampling: Challenges in using MTurk and other crowdsourced samples? (Gabriele Paolacci, Jesse Chandler, Itay Sisso) Introducing the Platform for Young Meta-Scientists (Sarahanne Field, Anne Scheel, Noah van Dongen, Olmo van den Akker)Why everyone should care about evidence-based science reading skills training, especially the Open Science movement (Monica Gonzalez-Marquez)The Inaugural Meeting of the Open Toolmakers' Guild (Felix Henninger)Implications of Teaching Bayesian Statistics to Undergraduate Psychology Students (Henk Kiers, Rink Hoekstra, Jorge Tendeiro, Don van Ravenzwaaij)((( OPEN )))
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16:15>> DAY WRAP UP << (Chair: Michèle Nuijten)OVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINK
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17:00END OF DAY
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ALL CONFERENCE DINNER
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TUESDAY 9th JulyLEGENDConference locationsSession Types
Miscellaneous
LINK TO CODE OF CONDUCT
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ON-THE-FLY PROGRAMMINGENGELSWorkshopNot available
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>> PROPOSE A SESSION <<MARRIOTTUnconferenceOpen Space
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FOLLOW THIS LINK:DELFTSE POORTHackathon
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https://tinyurl.com/sipsontheflyPre-study Posters
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Lightning Talks
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All-conference activities
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All day
8.30-12:15 and 1:30-16.15: Pick up your name badge (registration table in Engels)
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Location >>ENGELSMARRIOTTDELFTSE POORTEDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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Room >>BEATRIXWILLEM-ALEXANDERWILHELMINAMAXIMAMAURITSEMMAALEXIAARIANEJULIANAFOYERROTTERDAM IROTTERDAM IIRIJNDAM
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Zone >>Beatrix Zone 1Beatrix Zone 2Beatrix Zone 3Beatrix Zone 4Beatrix WindowsWillem-Alexander Zone 1
Willem-Alexander Zone 2
Willem-Alexander Zone 3Willem-Alexander Zone 4Office Space
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Layout >>TheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterTheaterCabaretCabaretCabaretCabaretTheaterTheaterCabaretBanquetTheaterTheaterTheaterN/A
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Capacity >>2020202010202020204540303040403070406030
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HackathonHackathonHackathonHackathonPre-study PostersHackathonHackathonHackathonHackathonWorkshopWorkshopWorkshopUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceWorkshopUnconferenceUnconferenceUnconferenceOpen space
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09:00>> DAY WARM UP << (Chair: Tom Hardwicke)OVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINK
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09:30Reviewing for Replicability: Maximizing the Effectiveness of Manuscript Reviews and Decision Letters (Kimberly Quinn, Rich Lucas, Simine Vazire)Promoting the Use of Diverse Statistical Methods (Alexandra Sarafoglou, Balazs Aczel, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)Tracking and Visualizing OSF adoption across time, seniority, and university (Brian Nosek)Developing Resources for Open Qualitative Research (Crystal Steltenpohl, Sophia Crüwell, Alyssa Counsell, Amie McKibban)Poster Cohort 3 on displayNudging Good Science Practices
(Jason Tangen, Ruben Laukkonen, Brian Nosek, Gianni Ribeiro, Rachel Searston)
Helping researchers find existing data (Cameron Brick)The fake news effect in science research: Do overstated seminal findings misdirect research and practice (Robert Thibault)Still more working with editors to correct the literature
(Joseph Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris Friedman)
Dealing with publication bias in a meta-analysis (Robbie C.M. van Aert)Developing your personal workflow for transparent & reproducible research (Frederik Aust & Johannes Breuer)Statistics are useless without suitable data: How to implement and assess for data quality (Erin M. Buchanan & Flavio Azevedo)Metadata, ontologies, and standards (Simon Columbus, Lisa DeBruine, Daniel Lakens, Gjalt-Jorn Peters, Melissa Kline)Open Science Challenges for Industrial-Work-Organizational Psychology (Brenton Wiernik)The power of open science communities (Stephan Heunis, Loek Brinkman, Antonio Schettino, Eirini Zompra, Alexandra Sarafogulou, Olmo van den Akker)Increasing Transparency in Exploratory Model Building (Marieke Woensdregt, Elise Gould)Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them (Jessica Kay Flake & Eiko Fried)What are we doing to make open science normative in our own institutions? (Jennifer Beaudry)Promoting diversity at SIPS and in Open Science (Clare Conry-Murray, Melissa Kline, Priya Silverstein)Looking for an Editor and Editorial Board Members for the Journal of Open Psychology Data (Jelte Wicherts)((( OPEN )))
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10:15Reviewing for Replicability: Maximizing the Effectiveness of Manuscript Reviews and Decision Letters (Kimberly Quinn, Rich Lucas, Simine Vazire)Promoting the Use of Diverse Statistical Methods (Alexandra Sarafoglou, Balazs Aczel, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)Tracking and Visualizing OSF adoption across time, seniority, and university (Brian Nosek)Developing Resources for Open Qualitative Research (Crystal Steltenpohl, Sophia Crüwell, Alyssa Counsell, Amie McKibban)Poster Cohort 3 on displayNudging Good Science Practices
(Jason Tangen, Ruben Laukkonen, Brian Nosek, Gianni Ribeiro, Rachel Searston)
Helping researchers find existing data (Cameron Brick)The fake news effect in science research: Do overstated seminal findings misdirect research and practice (Robert Thibault)Still more working with editors to correct the literature
(Joseph Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris Friedman)
Dealing with publication bias in a meta-analysis (Robbie C.M. van Aert)Developing your personal workflow for transparent & reproducible research (Frederik Aust & Johannes Breuer)Statistics are useless without suitable data: How to implement and assess for data quality (Erin M. Buchanan & Flavio Azevedo)Metadata, ontologies, and standards (Simon Columbus, Lisa DeBruine, Daniel Lakens, Gjalt-Jorn Peters, Melissa Kline)Open Science Challenges for Industrial-Work-Organizational Psychology (Brenton Wiernik)The power of open science communities (Stephan Heunis, Loek Brinkman, Antonio Schettino, Eirini Zompra, Alexandra Sarafogulou, Olmo van den Akker)Increasing Transparency in Exploratory Model Building (Marieke Woensdregt, Elise Gould)Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them (Jessica Kay Flake & Eiko Fried)What are we doing to make open science normative in our own institutions? (Jennifer Beaudry)Promoting diversity at SIPS and in Open Science (Clare Conry-Murray, Melissa Kline, Priya Silverstein)Looking for an Editor and Editorial Board Members for the Journal of Open Psychology Data (Jelte Wicherts)((( OPEN )))EDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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11:00BREAKPoster Cohort 3 on display>> LIGHTNING TALKS ROUND 4 << (Chair: Fallon Mody)BREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAK((( OPEN )))
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11:30Free the data! Developing strategies for the quick release of file-drawered data (James Green)Artistic and Scientific Guidelines for Designing Effective Research Posters (Purav Patel)Creating and mapping the history of science reform (Vasco Brazão, Ivan Flis, Anna van 't Veer, Sophia Crüwell, Fiona Fidler, Bobbie Spellman)Creating an Archive of Meta-Science Projects (Charlie Ebersole & Anne Scheel)Poster Cohort 3 on displayDeveloping a Lab Manual Template to facilitate more efficient, transparent, and reproducible research (Balazs Aczel, Tom Hardwicke, Marton Kovacs)Beyond the videogame~aggression 'metawars': coding validity of methodologies (Liam Satchell, Randy McCarthy)Project Free Our Knowledge: Developing a collective action platform and designing a campaign video (Cooper Smout & Erik Anderson)Still more working with editors to correct the literature
(Joseph Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris Friedman)
Active participation in multi-site collaborative projects to build reputation and research credibility (Sau-Chin Chen, Anna Szabelska; Jordan Wagge; Patrick S. Forscher; Balazs Aczel)Developing your personal workflow for transparent & reproducible research (Frederik Aust & Johannes Breuer)Statistics are useless without suitable data: How to implement and assess for data quality (Erin M. Buchanan & Flavio Azevedo)The academic conference of the future (Olmo van den Akker)Psych-DS Hackathon (Melissa Kline)Continuing the RMarkdown and Git Workshop (Raine Vickers-Jones, Mark Andrews)SIPS Idols: They Also Have Clay Feet
(Alex Uzdavines)
Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them (Jessica Kay Flake & Eiko Fried)Conducting a Meta-analysis in the Age of Open Science (David Moreau & Kristina Wiebels)Bringing the credibility revolution to other disciplines (Tim Parker & Hannah Fraser)QRP the Game: Playtest Round 2 (Roger Giner-Sorolla)((( OPEN )))
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12:15LUNCHPoster Cohort 3 on displayLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCH((( OPEN )))
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13:30Free the data! Developing strategies for the quick release of file-drawered data (James Green)Artistic and Scientific Guidelines for Designing Effective Research Posters (Purav Patel)Creating and mapping the history of science reform (Vasco Brazão, Ivan Flis, Anna van 't Veer, Sophia Crüwell, Fiona Fidler, Bobbie Spellman)Creating an Archive of Meta-Science Projects (Charlie Ebersole & Anne Scheel)Poster Cohort 3 on displayDeveloping a Lab Manual Template to facilitate more efficient, transparent, and reproducible research (Balazs Aczel, Tom Hardwicke, Marton Kovacs)Beyond the videogame~aggression 'metawars': coding validity of methodologies (Liam Satchell, Randy McCarthy)Project Free Our Knowledge: Developing a collective action platform and designing a campaign video (Cooper Smout & Erik Anderson)Still more working with editors to correct the literature
(Joseph Hilgard, Nick Brown, Harris Friedman)
Active participation in multi-site collaborative projects to build reputation and research credibility (Sau-Chin Chen, Anna Szabelska; Jordan Wagge; Patrick S. Forscher; Balazs Aczel)Developing your personal workflow for transparent & reproducible research (Frederik Aust & Johannes Breuer)Statistics are useless without suitable data: How to implement and assess for data quality (Erin M. Buchanan & Flavio Azevedo)The academic conference of the future (Olmo van den Akker)Psych-DS Hackathon (Melissa Kline)Continuing the RMarkdown and Git Workshop (Raine Vickers-Jones, Mark Andrews)SIPS Idols: They Also Have Clay Feet
(Alex Uzdavines)
Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them (Jessica Kay Flake & Eiko Fried)Conducting a Meta-analysis in the Age of Open Science (David Moreau & Kristina Wiebels)Bringing the credibility revolution to other disciplines (Tim Parker & Hannah Fraser)QRP the Game: Playtest Round 2 (Roger Giner-Sorolla)((( OPEN )))
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14:15>> POSTER SESSION COHORT 3 <<Poster Cohort 3 on display>> LIGHTNING TALKS ROUND 5 << (Chair: Anne Scheel)BREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAKBREAK((( OPEN )))EDGE OF THE WORLD. TURN BACK.
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14:45We need an open analyses badge (Julia Haaf, Frederik Aust)A checklist approach to report methods and results: an example from EEG / fMRI (Remi Gau)How open are open materials? (Tobias Heycke)Collaborative ontology development (Simon Columbus, Giuliana Spadaro, Emma Norris)Poster Cohort 3 on displayDeveloping a Lab Manual Template to facilitate more efficient, transparent, and reproducible research (Balazs Aczel, Tom Hardwicke, Marton Kovacs)Gaming the system? Stories & prevalence (Anna van 't Veer, Vasco Brazao, Sophia Crüwell )Using Open Data in Teaching
(Helena Paterson, Manon van Scheppingen)
What's Missing From repliCATS? (Alex Uzdavines, Crystal Steltenpohl, Rima-Marie Rahal)Document Your Data (Ruben Arslan & Laura Botzet)One to rule them all: A beginner’s guide to fitting Bayesian mixed-effects models in Stan using brms (Johannes Algermissen & Julian Quandt)Twitter content analysis in R (Arnout Boot)The Future of SIPS (Tom Hardwicke, Michèle Nuijten, Randy McCarthy, Anita Eerland, Katie Corker)Find and Fix the Psychological Health Hazards of Working in Psychology (Nick Stauner)What is (should be) next for OSF? (Brian Nosek)Barriers to 'Many-Analysts' projects (Katie Drax, Hannah Fraser)Voicing values about statistical decisions (Franca Agnoli & Fiona Fidler)Many Simulations - Replicating vintage simulation studies (Anna Lohmann)Incentives for open science for non-intrinsically motivated researchers (Hilmar Brohmer)Guide Me: A Proposal to Encourage Micro-Collaboration on the Web (Purav Patel & Erik Anderson)((( OPEN )))
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15:30We need an open analyses badge (Julia Haaf, Frederik Aust)A checklist approach to report methods and results: an example from EEG / fMRI (Remi Gau)How open are open materials? (Tobias Heycke)Collaborative ontology development (Simon Columbus, Giuliana Spadaro, Emma Norris)Poster Cohort 3 on displayDeveloping a Lab Manual Template to facilitate more efficient, transparent, and reproducible research (Balazs Aczel, Tom Hardwicke, Marton Kovacs)Gaming the system? Stories & prevalence (Anna van 't Veer, Vasco Brazao, Sophia Crüwell )Using Open Data in Teaching
(Helena Paterson, Manon van Scheppingen)
What's Missing From repliCATS? (Alex Uzdavines, Crystal Steltenpohl, Rima-Marie Rahal)Document Your Data (Ruben Arslan & Laura Botzet)One to rule them all: A beginner’s guide to fitting Bayesian mixed-effects models in Stan using brms (Johannes Algermissen & Julian Quandt)Twitter content analysis in R (Arnout Boot)The Future of SIPS (Tom Hardwicke, Michèle Nuijten, Randy McCarthy, Anita Eerland, Katie Corker)Find and Fix the Psychological Health Hazards of Working in Psychology (Nick Stauner)What is (should be) next for OSF? (Brian Nosek)Barriers to 'Many-Analysts' projects (Katie Drax, Hannah Fraser)Voicing values about statistical decisions (Franca Agnoli & Fiona Fidler)Many Simulations - Replicating vintage simulation studies (Anna Lohmann)Incentives for open science for non-intrinsically motivated researchers (Hilmar Brohmer)Guide Me: A Proposal to Encourage Micro-Collaboration on the Web (Purav Patel & Erik Anderson)((( OPEN )))
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16:15>> CLOSING SESSION << (Anne Scheel & Sanjay Srivastava)OVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINKOVERFLOW ROOM WITH VIDEO LINK
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