Registration deadline: 6 December
Doing open, reproducible, and transparent research is currently a major topic of discussion within the field of psychology, as it is in many other scientific disciplines.
In psychology, this discussion has often assumed that the research being done uses quantitative methods generally and statistical analyses in particular.
onsequently, there has been less focus on the practice and implications of doing open science using qualitative methods in psychology.
The purpose of this British Psychological Society event is to discuss the practice and implications of open science generally in psychology.
We will focus evenly on the practices, challenges, opportunities, and implications that arise in either quantitative or qualitative research in psychology
We will also pay particular attention to the general topic of open science and how it affects early career researchers in psychology.
For more information see the Programme Tab.
The British Psychological Society
St Andrews House
48 Princess Road
At 3:30, after this open science event, there will be the AGM of the Mathematics, Statistics, and Computing Psychology (MSCP) section of the BPS. All MSCP section members are welcome to attend.
|11:00||Introduction from Section Chairs; Mark Andrews & Joanna Brooks|
Open Science Challenges with Peter Branney, Kathryn Francis, & Mark Andrews
|13:30||Open Science Plenary: Supporting Early Career Research with Katherine Francis, Holly Gywther Thom Baguley, Lucy Justice, Rachel Shaw|
This is a free event for Society members and the general public.
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If you have any queries regarding this event please contact Member Network Services, quoting 'MSCP- Open Science - 10 Dec' at:
Alternatively telephone during office hours on +44 (0) 116 252 9515 stating the name and date of the event.