Workshop 3

Open Science Practices in Psychology
Workshop by Eeske van Roekel (Tilburg University)

Due to the replication crisis, the open science movement is rapidly gaining popularity. Although Developmental Psychology was a bit late to the party, open science practices are becoming increasingly important in our area as well. In this workshop, we aim to discuss different topics and problems with regard to open science, such as:

  • Pre-registration with secondary data
  • Posting preprints
  • Sharing data
  • Creating a reproducible workflow
  • How to handle co-authors/supervisors who are ‘against’ open science

For every topic, we will have a short introduction, followed by discussion of different hypothetical scenario’s in smaller groups.