HUSS-UKIERI Open Science Workshop

Workshop
Speaker: 
Dr. Yashpal Jogdand (IIT Delhi) & Dr. Sammyh Khan (Keele University)
Date and Time: 
Wed, 15/04/2020 - 9:00am to Thu, 16/04/2020 - 2:00pm
Schedule: 
09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Venue: 
IRD Conference Room, Main Building, 7th Floor, IIT Delhi

HUSS-UKIERI Open Science Workshop
Date: 15 - 16 April 2020

Organisers:
Dr. Yashpal Jogdand, IIT Delhi
Dr. Sammyh Khan, Keele University

Teachers:
Dr. Nick Garnett, Keele University
Dr. Rohan Kapitány, Keele University
Dr. Jim Grange, Keele University

Venue: IRD Conference Room, Main Building, 7th Floor, IIT Delhi

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Description: This two-day workshop addresses concerns to improve the reproducibility and integrity of science. The workshop will begin by asking “what is the replication crisis?” and highlighting notable ‘failures to replicate’ within Psychology, and other social and behavioural sciences. We will then explore the factors involved in scientific practice that could contribute to research findings which do not replicate. Techniques for rigorously interrogating extant research will be provided. The first day will close by inviting participants to complete a pre-registration of their own on the Open Science Framework and conduct analyses on our data in the open-source statistical program JASP. The second day will begin by reviewing the groups results. To conclude we will evaluate how registered reports and pre-prints can enhance your scientific workflow and productivity.

HOW TO APPLY?
The workshop is aimed at PhD students, early career researchers and faculty from psychology, and other social and behavioural sciences. There is no registration fee. To apply for the workshop, please write to gianpsychology@gmail.com with a brief statement of purpose and brief CV latest by 31 MARCH, 2020. Successful applicants will be informed by 7th April 2020.

Day One
Registration: 9:00 to 10:00

Welcome: 10:00 to 10:15

Session 1: 10:15 to 11:45
“What is the replication crisis?”
- Scientific replication
- The “replication crisis”
- Notable ‘failures to replicate’

Tea Break (15 Minutes)

Session 2: 12:00 to 13:00
Factors in research which does not replicate
- Questionable research practices
- Questionable measurement practices

Lunch: 13:00pm to 14:00

Session 3: 14:00 to 15:00
Tools to evaluate research
- p-curve analysis
- GRIM test
- statcheck

Tea Break (15 Minutes)

Session 15:15 to 17:00
Conduct a study
- Introduction to Open Science Framework
- Introduction to pre-registration
- Introduction to JASP
- Conduct a pre-registered analysis in groups of 2/3

Discussion and preparations ahead of group exercises on Day 2

Day Two

Session 5: 10:00 to 12:00
Review of results and practices
- Review of group pre-registered analyses

Open science workflow
- Registered reports

Tea Break (15 Minutes)

Session 6: 12:15 to 13:00
Open science workflow
- Pre-prints
- Where to learn more and the wider community

End of Workshop

CONTACT
Dr. Yashpal Jogdand
Phone: 011-26591373
Teaching Assistants: Sumayya, Preeti Sharma, Maria Zafar, Iram Fatima
E-mail: gianpsychology@gmail.com