School of Psychology, Plymouth University




Karol Nedza karol.nedza@plymouth.ac.uk

Lenard Dome lenard.dome@plymouth.ac.uk

ReproducibiliTea

ReproducibiliTea is a journal club initiative that aimed at early career researcher to create a local hub of Open Science. The initiative now expanded and includes several Universities spanning across three continents.

The details

This webpage is an overview for our ReproducibiliTea sessions this term. The exact times are subject to room availability and the alignment of the planets, so keep an eye out for emails. ;)

Each ReproducibiliTea session will involve a paper related to Open Science that we will discuss. Each paper will be provided via a link.

Keep in mind that dates and papers are subject to change, so just keep an eye out for emails.

Sessions for Semester 2 in 19/20

You can download a poster including this semester’s schedule:

time and place theme paper
PSQ B5 20/02 Don’t expect a replication! How uncertainty of statistical assumptions contribute to replicability Amrhein, Trafimow, and Greenland (2019)
PSQ B4 05/03 An example from group-based interventions of diet and physical activity. How to better report mixed-methods research? Borek, Abraham, Greaves et al. (2018)
PSQ C4 19/03 Reproducibility is like brushing your teeth. Once you learn it, it becomes a habit. A Nature survey on scientists’ take on the crisis Baker (2016)
PSQ B4 23/04 Why is failure to replicate not the end of the world? A look at the Scientific Inquiry. David, Kummerfield, Morris, and Love (2018)
PSQ B4 07/05 How institutional incentives incurred the reproducibility crisis? Smaldino and McElreath (2016)
PSQ B5 21/05 Open science practices in behavioural and cognitive modeling Lee et al. (2019)

Sessions for Semester 1 in 19/20

time and place theme paper
10am 06/11/2019 PSQ B5 Examining Analytic Flexibility Why is it a problem? Simmons, Nelson, and Simonsohn (2011)
10am 20/11/2019 PSQ B5 Questionable Research Practices John, Loewenstein, and Prelec (2012)
10am 04/12/2019 PSQ A102 Many studies don’t reproduce. Why? Open Science Collaboration (2015), Comment on Open Science Collaboration (2015) by Gilbert, King ,Pettigrew, and Wilson (2016) Response to Gilbert et al. (2016)

Session Notes

Here we list all additional materials attached to each session.

Session 1 Worksheet on statistical power in Section 3 of https://ajwills72.github.io/rminr/