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Improving Social Perception Research Through Open Science Initiatives

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Psychological science suffers from many of the same problems as other biological sciences. For example, low power, together with publication bias, means that a high proportion of published results are likely to be false positives. Additionally, a lack of diversity in both study populations and researchers limits the generalizability of published effects. My talk will highlight these issues in relation to research on social perception of faces. More importantly, I will also describe our lab’s recent work that has used open science initiatives to address these challenges. These initiatives include large-scale, world-wide multi-lab collaborations, registered reports, and the use of data-driven, rather than theory-driven, approaches to understanding how we evaluate faces.

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Benedict C. Jones (University of Glasgow)

<p><a href="http://www.geodata.uni-goettingen.de/lageplan/?piz=5326&amp;etage=EG">Link zum Lageplan</a></p>

Datum und Uhrzeit 06.12.18 - 16:15 - 17:45 Anmeldung nicht notwendig

Veranstaltungsort Georg-Elias-Müller-Institut für Psychologie
Goßlerstraße 14
37073 Göttingen
Raum 1.134

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Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Primatenkognition

Kontakt

Dr. Christian Schloegl

Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Primatenkognition

Kellnerweg 4

37077 Göttingen

cschloegl@dpz.eu

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