Final Program: Open Science 2019
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Open Science 2019
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Final Program (March 14, 2019)
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March 12thMarch 13thMarch 14th
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9:00 am
- 9:30 am
9:00 am
- 9:30 am
Arrival of participants
9:00 am
- 9:30 am
Arrival of participants
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9:30 am
- 10:00 am
9:30 am
- 10:00 am
Keynote
Tom Hardwicke
"Recalibrating the scientific ecosystem through meta-research"
9:30 am
- 10:00 am
Keynote
Simine Vazire
"The Credibility Revolution in Psychological Science"
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10:00 am
- 10:30 am
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- 10:30 am
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10:30 am
- 11:00 am
10:30 am
- 11:00 am
Coffee Break
10:30 am
- 11:00 am
Coffee Break
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11:00 am
- 11:30 am
11:00 am
- 11:30 am
Session 3

Selecting, Designing and Analyzing Replication Studies
Quantifying Replication Value (Isager)
11:00 am
- 11:30 am
Session 6

Assessment of Publication Bias
Detecting Evidential Value and P-Hacking With the P-Curve Tool: A Word of Caution
(Erdfelder & Heck)
** changed to 3:00 **
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11:30 am
- 12:00 pm
11:30 am
- 12:00 pm
Moving from What Works to What Replicates: A New Framework for Evidence Based Policy Analysis (Wong & Steiner)
11:00 am
- 11:30 pm
How to detect publication bias in psychological research? A comparative evaluation of six statistical methods
(Renkewitz & Keiner)
** starts at 11:00 **
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12:00 pm
- 12:30 pm
Registration
12:00 pm
- 12:30 pm
Assessing the Correspondence of Results in Replication Studies (Steiner & Wong)
11:30 pm
- 12:00 pm
Comparison of the performance of methods to assess publication bias in real data
(Niemeyer et al.)
** starts at 11:30 **
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12:30 pm
- 1:00 pm
12:30 pm
- 1:00 pm
Lunch Break
12:00 pm
- 12:30 pm
Lunch Break
** starts at 12:00 **
** ends 1:30 **
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1:00 pm
- 1:30 pm
1:00 pm
- 1:30 pm
12:30 pm
- 1:00 pm
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1:30 pm
- 2:00 pm
Welcome Address
1:30 pm
- 2:00 pm
1:00 pm
- 1:30 pm
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2:00 pm
- 2:30 pm
Keynote
Greg Francis
"Rethinking multiple testing for replication and preregistration"
2:00 pm
- 2:30 pm
Keynote
Richard Morey
"Power, p curves, and PPVs: Statistical issues facing the methodological reform movement"
1:30 pm
- 2:00 pm
starts at 1:30
Keynote
Michael Bosnjak
"Integrated public open science infrastructure
tools and services at leibniz‐psychology.org"
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2:30 pm
- 3:00 pm
2:30 pm
- 3:00 pm
2:00 pm
- 2:30 pm
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3:00 pm
- 3:30 pm
Coffee Break
3:00 pm
- 3:30 pm
Coffee Break
2:30 pm
- 3:00 pm
Coffee Break
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3:30 pm
- 4:00 pm
Session 1

Open Science and its Impact on Scientific Practice
8 Easy Steps to Open Science: An Annotated Reading List (Crüwell et al.)
3:30 pm
- 4:00 pm
Session 4

Consequences of Publication Bias on Statistical Evidence Generation
Balancing errors as an approach towards better use of larger samples in psychological research
(Thielmann & Hilbig)
3:00 pm
- 3:30 pm
Session 7

Academic Practices in Competitive Normal Science
Estimating the prevalence and antecedents of questionable research practices in student theses in psychology from self-reports
(Krishna & Peter) ** cancelled **

replaced by (Erdfelder & Heck) see session 6
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4:00 pm
- 4:30 pm
The Impact of Open Science Practices on Research Methodology: A Case Study for Research in Judgment and Decision Making (Jekel et al.)
4:00 pm
- 4:30 pm
P-Hacking and Publication Bias Interact to Distort Meta-Analytic Effect Size Estimates
(Friese & Frankenbach)
3:30 pm
- 4:00 pm
Competition for novelty in an information-sampling game (Tiokhin & Derex)
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4:30 pm
- 5:00 pm
Positive result rates in psychology: Registered Reports compared to the conventional literature (Scheel)
4:30 pm
- 5:00 pm
How do questionable research practices affect inferences of heterogeneity? A computer simulation.
(Hönekopp & Linden)
4:00 pm
- 4:30 pm
How Do Academics Assess the Results of Multiple Experiments? (van den Akker)
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5:00 pm
- 5:30 pm
Screen recordings as a tool to document computer assisted data collection procedures (Heycke & Spitzer)
5:00 pm
- 5:30 pm
Coffee Break
4:30 pm
- 5:00 pm
Closing Address
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5:30 pm
- 6:00 pm
Coffee Break
5:30 pm
- 6:00 pm
Session 5

Assessment of Heterogeneity in Meta-Analysis
Heterogeneity in the Results of Close and Conceptual Replications:
Implications for Scientific Progress and Practical Applications
(Linden & Hönekopp)
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*** c a n c e l l e d ***

Session 2

Metascience
Long-term trends (1980-2017) in the N-pact factor of journals in personality psychology and individual differences research (Voracek et al.)
6:00 pm
- 6:30 pm
Heterogeneity in direct replications in psychology and its association with effect size
(Olsson-Collentine, Wicherts & van Assen)
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Reverberations of the Reproducibility Project Psychology: A content-based semantic citation analysis (Fritz et al.)
6:30 pm
- 7:00 pm
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06:30** Starting at 6:30 **

Conference Dinner
at Weingut Gehlen

(Am Hötzberg 3, 54296 Trier-Tarforst)
20 minute walk from the conference location
bus line 83 (direction: "Tarforst"), bus stop: "Andreasstr."
7:00 pm
- 7:30 pm
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7:30 pm
- 8:00 pm
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8:00 pm
- 8:30 pm
Walking Tour with a Trier Night Watchman
Meeting Point: 8:00pm at Tourist Information Trier (next to Porta Nigra)

"Accompany a Trier night watchman on his evening rounds; he’s furnished with a halberd, horn, and lantern as you walk through the streets and dark lanes of the city around 1830. This entertaining tour is rounded off with a glass of 'viez' Trier’s apple cider, and a small snack when you visit Trier’s oldest restaurant, the tavern 'Zur Glocke.'"
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Registration for Conference Dinner & Walking Tour available soon - if you're registered for the conference, keep an eye on your e-mail inbox!
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