Now for some good news: SIPS

The Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS) held its first meeting last year, with around 100 good folks attending. Working groups have been–would you believe–working hard since then. The second meeting is 30 July to 1 August, in Charlottesville VA. More than 250 are expected to participate.

Today’s announcement:
“The program for the SIPS 2017 conference is up!

“We have lots of great workshops, hackathons, and unconference sessions in the works. Don’t know what that means? Don’t worry, we’re not sure either. Come join us and help us create it!

“There’s still time to register – click here to start!

“-The SIPS program committee
“Alexa Tullett, John Sakaluk, Michèle Nuijten, and Brian Nosek”

It’s so exciting to see so many people working on ways that things can be done better, especially by building tools to make the new ways actually easier.
Geoff

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