Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS)

Definition: A membership society founded to further promote improved methods and practices in the psychological research field. The society aims to complete its mission statement by enhancing the training of psychological researchers; by promoting research cultures that are more conducive to better quality research; by quantifying and empirically assessing the impact of such reforms; and by leading outreach events within and outside psychology to better the current state of research norms.

Related term: Society for Open, Reliable, and Transparent Ecology and Evolutionary biology (SORTEE)


Drafted and Reviewed by: Mahmoud Elsherif, Ashley Blake, Jade Pickering, Graham Reid, Flávio Azevedo

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