Month: August 2017

Adventures in Replication: Introduction

Over the past 5 years or so, I (Bob) have been a bit replication crazy–I’ve conducted about 10 direct replication projects in collaboration with undergraduate students at Dominican.  I became obsessed in part because I wanted to know for myself

Posted in Replication

Red, Romance, and Replication

I have a new replication paper out today, a collaboration with DU student Elle Lehmann (Lehmann & Calin-Jageman, 2017) .  The OSF page for the paper with all the materials and data is here: https://osf.io/j3fyq/ (Calin-Jageman & Lehmann, 2015) The

Posted in Open Science, Replication

“The best conference…”: More about SIPS

Here’s more about the recent SIPS Conference, from my colleague Fiona Fidler who was clever enough to be there. (Some background: Fiona, of The University of Melbourne, is among other things a psychologist, ecologist, and historian of science. Her PhD

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Today’s news from SIPS: Getting better…

A while ago I wrote about SIPS. Today came an email following the second SIPS meeting, a couple of weeks ago at COS in Charlottesville, VA. Below is some of the email: “We had an invigorating conference, and are humbled

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p values and outrageous results

If you were researching a muscle-building supplement and read that a test of the supplement produced an increase in muscle mass by 200% within a month, you’d be right to be skeptical.  Perhaps randomization had broken down, perhaps there was

Posted in NHST

Open Science is not all the same: What archaeology can teach us

There’s no simple dot point way to adopt Open Science and improve the trustworthiness of science. A fascinating story from archaeology illustrates that reality nicely. First, the story. Archaeologists have long studied when the out-of-Africa spreading of modern humans first

Posted in Applied research, Open Science