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An Introduction to Open Science and Replicability (A)

Over the last 5 years, the open science movement has encouraged researchers to be more transparent with their materials, procedures, data, and analyses in order to enhance replicability of findings. This workshop will present a brief history of the open science movement, discuss researcher incentives for engaging in open science (versus engaging in questionable research practices), and offer practical guidance for enhancing transparency in one’s own practices.

Aimed at

Compulsory for all first year PGR students of College of Health & Life Sciences and optional for all other PGR students of the College of Health & Life Sciences

Presented by

Dr Tara Marshall & Dr Lucia Garrido

Key learning outcomes

By the end of the session, learners will be able to:

• Identify reasons why results may not replicate

Discuss some questionable research practices (e.g., p-hacking, HARKing)

• Solutions for enhancing replicability (e.g., study preregistration, open access to data, registered reports)

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This workshop is provided by

College of Health and Life Sciences