Second Saturday Conversation: Replication, Education, and Open Science
July 11, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
In the wake of the scientific replication crisis, efforts to advance the reliability and integrity of scientific findings have grown. Careful scrutiny of previously accepted results, enhanced methodological training for students, and a movement toward wider adoption of the open science framework are central to progress. Dr. Jordan Wagge will discuss the open science framework and how it is driving better science, particularly in the field of psychology, which has been particularly impacted by the replication crisis. She will also explore the shift toward larger distributed lab networks and how students and educators can get involved in the advancement of science.
Dr. Jordan Wagge is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Avila University. She holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology from Miami University and teaches courses in cognition, research methods, and cultural psychology at both the undergraduate and graduate level. She is Executive Director of the Collaborative Replications and Education Project, serves on the Executive Committee for the Research Advisory Committee for Psi Chi (the national honor society in psychology), and is an ambassador for the Center for Open Science (osf.io). She is the head of Avila’s Cognition Lab.
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Further reading at the Linda Hall Library
- Bozeman, Barry; Youtie, Jan L. The strength in numbers : the new science of team science. T Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 2017.
- Chevassus-au-Louis, Nicolas. Fraud in the lab : the high stakes of scientific research. Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2019.
- Rudolph, John L. How we teach science : what’s changed, and why it matters. Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2019.