psychology

Topic Replies Activity
Construal Level International Multilab Replication Project 1 March 3, 2020
Preprint: Does Spending Money on Others Promote Happiness? A Registered Replication Report 1 February 29, 2020
Academic colonialism 5 February 20, 2020
New paper: What Psychology Teachers Should Know About Open Science and the New Statistics 1 February 17, 2020
New replication: Trigger warnings are harmful 1 February 13, 2020
European meeting (& organisation?) on open & replicable psychological science 13 January 23, 2020
NSF application 9 January 11, 2020
Why I'm not renewing my SIPS membership 1 January 3, 2020
Positive psychology & Prof. Seligman 3 November 22, 2019
Undark: A Team Approach to Tackling the Psychology Replication Crisis 1 November 21, 2019
Message about harassment (SIPS) 5 November 8, 2019
Call for action on climate change (neuroscientists and psychologists, but also all IGDORE) 2 November 5, 2019
Taiwan Collaboration for Psychological Scientific Research (TCPSR) Kickoff 1 October 29, 2019
Paper: Extreme opponents of genetically modified foods know the least but think they know the most 2 October 20, 2019
Preprint: A cocktail fallacy in research with composite variables: a critical review of job strain, effort–reward imbalance (ERI) and body mass index (BMI) 1 February 25, 2019
Evaluating the Evidential Value of Empirically Supported Psychological Treatments (ESTs): A Meta-Scientific Review 1 March 27, 2019
New paper: Rapid Extraction of Emotion Regularities from Complex Scenes in the Human Brain 1 May 17, 2019
Where should SIPS 2022 take place? 9 August 18, 2019
Is mindfulness meditation merely ancient attention training? 4 August 10, 2019
Are 1st gen students more concerned about scientific rigor? 1 July 8, 2019
SIPS Meeting 2019 Rotterdam 15 July 2, 2019
Failing Grade: 89% of Introduction-to-Psychology Textbooks That Define or Explain Statistical Significance Do So Incorrectly 1 June 28, 2019
A solution to psychology’s reproducibility problem just failed its first test 7 June 22, 2019
Linux courses 13 April 10, 2019
Breakfast seminar with Dr. Michael Inzlicht 1 March 27, 2019
Beth Loftus is not a fan of the replicability movement 3 February 23, 2019
QRPs in the deception literature (forensic psych) 2 February 20, 2019