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What?! You Don’t Believe in Badges?!!

[The following is taken from a blog by Hilda Bastian at the blogsite “Absolutely Maybe” at PLOS Blogs] “As I’ve spent time with the badges “magic bullet” – simple! cheap! no side effects! dramatic benefits! – supported by a single…

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You Tube Video on PLOS and Open Science

This short YouTube video by Dr. Siouxsie Wiles,  microbiologist at the University of Auckland, is a great introduction to PLOS (Public Library of Science) and the promise of open science.  While it seems fair to say that the open science movement…

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Progress Report on Open Science in Psychology

ETIENNE LEBEL, in a blog for BITSS, gives a brief but wide-ranging summary of the status of “open science” in psychology.  Topics include: (i) the use of “badges” to encourage provision of research materials, (ii) pre-registration, (iii) reproducibility, (iv) replications,…

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YouTube Video of Conference Session on Open Science

Earlier this month, the Psychonomic Society meetings held a session on Open Science.  The session was recorded and is available on YouTube (click here).  It consisted of four presentations. — “The Peer Reviewers’ Openness Initiative” by RICHARD MOREY of Cardiff…

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