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Giving Community Psychology Away: A case for open access publishing

FORRT principle: Principle 4: Open data and materials

Type of resources: argument for open access resources

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Replication and Open Science for Undergraduates

Description: These are two sections of a chapter on Research Methods, and the first section follows a discussion of Null Hypothesis Significance Testing (NHST) and effect size.

FORRT principle: N/A

Type of resources: Blog

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Data peeking without p-hacking

Description: sequential testing

Type of resources: Blog

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What is a p-value?

Description: p-values

Type of resources: Blog

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Always use Welch t-test

Description: t-test

Type of resources: Blog

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Falsely Reassuring: Analyses of ALL p-values

Description: p-curve

Type of resources: Blog

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Evaluating the R-Index and the P-Curve

Description: p-curve, R index

Type of resources: Blog

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Visualizing a one-way ANOVA

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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Interpreting confidence intervals

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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Interpreting correlations

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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Distribution of p-values when comparing two groups

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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Bayesian inference

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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The t-distritbution and its normal approximation

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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P-curve visualization updated with log x-axis

Description: visualization

Type of resources: Blog

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Why p=.048 should be rare

Description: p-values

Type of resources: Blog

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A tale of two papers

Description: file drawer

Type of resources: Blog

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P-curve

Description: p-curve

Type of resources: Blog

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Mission: P-curve

Description: p-curve

Type of resources: Blog

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Understanding Bayes: A Look at the Likelihood

Description: likelihood

Type of resources: Blog

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Bargain Basement Bayes

Description: Bayes

Type of resources: Blog

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The Hardest Science

Description: various

Type of resources: Blog

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Replication in Psychology: a historical perspective

Description: reproducibility

Type of resources: Blog

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Tutorial/R code for creating plots for 2-way interactions

Description: R; data-visualization; interactions

Type of resources: Blog

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Tutorial/R code for creating funnel/forest plots

Description: R; data-visualization; meta-analysis

Type of resources: Blog

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Tutorial/R code for creating scree/parallel analysis plots

Description: R; data-visualization; factor analysis

Type of resources: Blog

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Understanding Bayes: Visualization of the Bayes Factor

Description: Bayes Factors

Type of resources: Blog

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Frequentist accuracy of Bayesian estimates

Description: Bayes, frequentist

Type of resources: Blog

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The Bayesian Reproducibility Project

Description: Bayes, replication project

Type of resources: Blog

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Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science

Description: statistical analysis, research methods, repoducibility

Type of resources: Blog

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The Bayesfactor blog

Description: blog

Type of resources: Blog

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Introducing JASP

Description: JASP software

Type of resources: Blog

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Dienes, Z. (2008). Understanding psychology as a science: An introduction to scientific and statistical inference. Palgrave Macmillan.

Description: NHST; Likelihoods; Bayesian Statistics; Frequentist Statistics; Philosophy of Science

Type of resources: Books

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Dyadic Data Analysis

Description: Statistics; dyadic data

Type of resources: Books

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Exploratory Factor Analysis (Understanding Statistics)

Description: Statistics; factor analysis

Type of resources: Books

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Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis: A Regression-Based Approach

Description: Statistics; regression; interactions; mediation

Type of resources: Books

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Introduction to Meta-Analysis

Description: Statistics; meta-analysis

Type of resources: Books

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Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling

Description: Statistics; latent variables; longitudinal

Type of resources: Books

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Latent Variable Modeling Using R: A Step-by-Step Guide

Description: Statistics; R; latent variables

Type of resources: Books

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Latent Variable Modeling with R

Description: R; latent variable; statistics

Type of resources: Books

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consolidating teaching resources

Description: SIPS 2018 project putting together materials relevant to open and reproducible science. Includes course materials, videos, stats resources

FORRT principle: Not Applicable (explain in Notes)

Type of resources: Collection

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Teaching Replication in Psychology: A Guide for Teachers and Students

FORRT principle: Replication research

Type of resources: Collection

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course syllabi for open and reproducible science

Description: Collection of courses and syllabus for open and reproducible practices

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Collection

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Measurement Matters

Description: Eiko Fried & Jessica Flake put together a reading list of materials for key issues in measurement and psychometrics

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Open data and materials

Type of resources: Collection

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Open science toolbox

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Collection

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Teaching reproducible science hack-a-thon from 2018 SIPS

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Collection

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Teaching resources spreadsheet

Description: this spreadsheet has around 200 resources that will be useful to explore

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Collection

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Open science toolbox

Description: Collection of tools to facilitate open science, including; resources, key papers, and so on, across the spectrum of open and reproducible science - led by Jeff Rouder and Joachim Vandekerckhove

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Collection

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open science training handbook

Description: handbook of open science training practices - focus on openness

FORRT principle: Reproducible analyses, Open data and materials

Type of resources: Collection

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teaching psych science

Type of resources: Collection

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Significant

Type of resources: Comic

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Transparent and Open Social Science Research - online course from Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS)

Description: Demand is growing for evidence-based policy making, but there is also growing recognition in the social science community that limited transparency and openness in research have contributed to widespread problems. With this course, you can explore …

FORRT principle: N/A

Type of resources: Course

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Improving your statistical inferences - Daniel Lakens

Description: This course covers a number of topics relevant to reproducible and open science in an accessible and engaging format. While this course revisits many of the 'basics' fundamental to statistical inference, a common response to the course is "I wish I …

FORRT principle: N/A

Type of resources: Course

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Methods for Reliable, Transparent, and Open Science

Description: A 10 week course - links to papers and assignments. sections could be adapted easily for a seminar series on e.g. preregistration or understanding the crisis

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Preregistration

Type of resources: Course

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Transparent and Open Social Science Research course

Description: MOOC from the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Course

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Chrome Book Data Science

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Principle 4: Open data and materials

Type of resources: Data Science Learning Tool

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Project TIER

Description: Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research - guidance and resources to guide students to transparent and reproducible science. TIER also provides training and fellowships

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Framework

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False Positive Psychology

Description: Slides for a ~50 minute lecture, introducing 1st year undergraduate students to the issue of false-positive findings in psychology

FORRT principle: Principle 1: Reproducibility knowledge, Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Lecture (for undergraduate Psychology students)

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Teaching replication in psychology

FORRT principle: Replication research

Type of resources: OSF project

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CREP project

Type of resources: OSF project

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Which is the correct statistical test to use?

Description: short, useful paper

FORRT principle: Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Paper

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How (and whether) to teach undergraduates about the replication crisis in psychological science

Description: A useful paper highlighting the benefit and acceptability of teaching undergraduates (even very briefly) about the replication crisis

FORRT principle: N/A

Type of resources: Paper

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The preregistration revolution

FORRT principle: Preregistration

Type of resources: Paper

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Teaching replication

Description: extremely useful paper on teaching replications

FORRT principle: replication

Type of resources: Paper

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Teaching replication

FORRT principle: Replication research

Type of resources: Paper

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Introduction to Bayes Factors

Description: Bayes Factors

Type of resources: Paper

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the replication crisis in psychology

Description: good introduction

Type of resources: Paper

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Questionable Research Practices Revisited

Description: questionable research practicies

Type of resources: Paper

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Intro to the special issue

Type of resources: Paper

The (mis) reporting of statistical results in psychology journals

Description: Misreporting; meta-science

Type of resources: Paper

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Statistical reporting errors and collaboration on statistical analyses in psychological science

Description: Misreporting; meta-science; collaboration

Type of resources: Paper

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A Social Priming Data Set With Troubling Oddities

Description: reproducibility, questionable research practices, data sharing, effect size

Type of resources: Paper

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Pashler, H., & Harris, C. R. (2012). Is the replicability crisis overblown? Three arguments examined. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 531‑536.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Nissen, S. B., Magidson, T., Gross, K., & Bergstrom, C. T. (2016). Publication bias and the canonization of false facts. Elife, 5, e21451.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Fuchs, H. M., Jenny, M., & Fiedler, S. (2012). Psychologists are open to change, yet wary of rules. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 639-642.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Franco, A., Malhotra, N., & Simonovits, G. (2014). Publication bias in the social sciences: Unlocking the file drawer. Science, 345(6203), 1502-1505.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Ebersole, C. R., Axt, J. R., & Nosek, B. A. (2016). Scientists’ Reputations Are Based on Getting It Right, Not Being Right. PLoS Biol, 14(5), e1002460.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Bertamini, M., & Munafò, M. R. (2012). Bite-Size Science and Its Undesired Side Effects. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 67-71

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Rosenthal, R. (1979). The file drawer problem and tolerance for null results. Psychological bulletin, 86(3), 638.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Meehl, P. E. (1967). Theory-testing in psychology and physics: A methodological paradox. Philosophy of Science, 34(2), 103-115.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Feynman, R. P. (1974). Cargo cult science. Engineering and Science, 37(7), 10-13.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Dickersin, K. (1990). The existence of publication bias and risk factors for its occurrence. Journal of the American Medical Association, 263, 1385-1399.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

ship. Perspectives on psychological science, 12(4), 660-664.

Description: Solutions

Type of resources: Paper

Cumming, G. (2014). The new statistics: Why and how. Psychological Science, 25, 7-29.

Description: Power and power analysis

Type of resources: Paper

The Generalizability of Survey Experiments∗

Description: reproducibility

Type of resources: Paper

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An exploratory test for an excess of significant findings

Description: identifying problems

Type of resources: Paper

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The rules of the game called psychological science

Description: p values

Type of resources: Paper

SPS dialogue - A 21 word solution

Type of resources: Paper

The rules of the game called psychological science

Description: Scientific norms; NHST

Type of resources: Paper

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The poor availability of psychological research data for reanalysis.

Description: Open-data; meta-science

Type of resources: Paper

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A bayesian perspective on the reproducibility project: Psychology

Description: bayes, reproducibility

Type of resources: Paper

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A reliability-generalization study of journal peer reviews

Description: identifying problems

Type of resources: Paper

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Harris, R. J. (1997). Significance tests have their place. Psychological Science, 8, 8-11.

Description: NHST, P-values, and the like

Type of resources: Paper

Gelman, A. (2013). Commentary: P values and statistical practice. Epidemiology, 24(1), 69-72.

Description: NHST, P-values, and the like

Type of resources: Paper

Cohen, J. (1994). The earth is round (p < .05). American Psychologist, 49, 997-1003.

Description: NHST, P-values, and the like

Type of resources: Paper

Smaldino, P. E., & McElreath, R. (2016). The natural selection of bad science. Royal Society open science, 3(9), 160384.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Management, 43(2), 376–399. http://doi.org/10.1177/0149206314527133

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Greenwald, A. G. (1975). Consequences of prejudice against the null hypothesis. Psychological bulletin, 82(1), 1.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Bakker, M., van Dijk, A., & Wicherts, J. M. (2012). The rules of the game called psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 543‑554.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Kerr, N. L. (1998). HARKing: Hypothesizing after the results are known. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 2(3), 196-217

Description: The problems that plague us: procedural overfitting

Type of resources: Paper

Walster, G. W., & Cleary, T. A. (1970). A proposal for a new editorial policy in the social sciences. The American Statistician, 24(2), 16-19.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Sedlmeier, P., & Gigerenzer, G. (1989). Do studies of statistical power have an effect on the power of studies?. Psychological bulletin, 105(2), 309.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Meehl, P. E. (1990). Why summaries of research on psychological theories are often uninterpretable. Psychological Reports, 66(1), 195-244.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Greenwald, A. G. (1975). Consequences of prejudice against the null hypothesis. Psychological bulletin, 82(1), 1.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Elms, A.C. (1975). The crisis of confidence in social psychology. American Psychologist, 30, 967-976.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Reproducibility Project: Psychology. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0149794. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0149794. Open access.

Description: Informational value of existing research

Type of resources: Paper

Cohen, J. (1992). A power primer. Psychological bulletin, 112(1), 155.

Description: Power and power analysis

Type of resources: Paper

Bayes for Beginners: Probability and Likelihood

Description: likelihood, Bayes

Type of resources: Paper

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Graphical causal models

Description: DAG, causal inference

Type of resources: Paper

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Why Most Discovered True Associations Are Inflated

Description: identifying problems

Type of resources: Paper

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Underreporting in Psychology Experiments: Evidence From a Study Registry

Description: questionable research practicies

Type of resources: Paper

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THE NATURAL SELECTION OF BAD SCIENCE

Description: identifying problems

Type of resources: Paper

The prevalence of statistical reporting errors in psychology (1985–2013)

Description: Misreporting; meta-science

Type of resources: Paper

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Gigerenzer, G. (2004). Mindless statistics. Journal of Socio-Economics, 33, 587-606.

Description: NHST, P-values, and the like

Type of resources: Paper

Cohen, J. (1990). Things I have learned (so far). American Psychologist, 45(12), 1304–1312.

Description: NHST, P-values, and the like

Type of resources: Paper

O’Boyle, E. H., Banks, G. C., & Gonzalez-Mulé, E. (2017). The Chrysalis Effect. Journal of

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Fanelli, D. (2011). Negative results are disappearing from most disciplines and countries. Scientometrics, 90, 891‑904.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Fanelli, D. (2010). “Positive” results increase down the hierarchy of the sciences. PloS one, 5(4), e10068.

Description: The problems that plague us: selective publication; bias against the null

Type of resources: Paper

Wachtel, P. L. (1980). Investigation and its discontents: Some constraints on progress in psychological research. American Psychologist, 35(5), 399.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Rossi, J. S. (1990). Statistical power of psychological research: What have we gained in 20 years?. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 58(5), 646.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Lykken, D. T. (1968). Statistical significance in psychological research. Psychological Bulletin,70, 151–159. doi:10.1037/h0026141

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Forscher, B. K. (1963). Chaos in the brickyard. Science, 142(3590), 339.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Cohen, J. (1962). The statistical power of abnormal-social psychological research: A review. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 65, 145-153.

Description: The problems that plague us have been plaguing us for a very long time

Type of resources: Paper

Platt, J. R. (1964). Strong inference. science, 146(3642), 347-353.

Description: Solutions

Type of resources: Paper

Etz, A. & Vandekerckhove, J. (2016). A Bayesian perspective on the

Description: Informational value of existing research

Type of resources: Paper

The Bayes Factor

Type of resources: Podcast

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The Black Goat

Type of resources: Podcast

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Open science: many hands make light work

Description: Open science

Type of resources: Podcast

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P-Hacking and Other Problems in Psychology Research

Description: P-Hacking; Reproducibility; Publication Bias

Type of resources: Podcast

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You are not so smart

Type of resources: Podcast

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ReproducibiliTea

Type of resources: Podcast

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Everything Hertz

Type of resources: Podcast

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The Experiment Experiment

Description: Publication Bias; Reproducibility

Type of resources: Podcast

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Detecting fraud in social science

Description: Fraud; P-Hacking

Type of resources: Podcast

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Neuroscientist Explains

Description: The replication crisis

Type of resources: Podcast

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The Hidden Brain

Description: The replication crisis

Type of resources: Podcast

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Stereotype Threat

Type of resources: Podcast

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Science and Pseudoscience BBC Radio Talk

Description: Philosophy of Science;

Type of resources: Podcast

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GLIMMPSE

Description: Great for doing power analysis for complex designs. Need to specify correlation between conditions for repeated measures.

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Replication research

Type of resources: Power Analysis Tool

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PANGEA

Description: Great power analysis tool for complex designs (although the variance component is a bit of a block box the statistically challenged).

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Replication research

Type of resources: Power Analysis Tool

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G*Power

Description: Most commonly used power analysis tool currently used. Best for simple designs.

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Replication research

Type of resources: Power Analysis Tool

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R for Psychological Science

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: R Tutorials

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Stat 545

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Principle 4: Open data and materials

Type of resources: R Tutorials

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SWIRL

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Principle 4: Open data and materials

Type of resources: R Tutorials

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Making Open Science a Reality

Description: Open science

Type of resources: Report

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Hack your way to scientific glory

Description: An interactive tool demonstrating that one can always find a significant result when performing many analyses on the same dataset. You’re a social scientist with a hunch: The U.S. economy is affected by whether Republicans or Democrats are in office. …

FORRT principle: N/A

Type of resources: Shiny app

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The New Statistics and ESCI

Description: effect size and confidence interval

Type of resources: Software

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Learn Statistics With R

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Statistics / R Tutorial/Text

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Psych 3400

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Statistics Textbook/Tutorials

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Learn Stats with Jamovi

FORRT principle: Principle 2: Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Statistics Tutorials

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research method syllabi, Morton Gernsbacher

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge

Type of resources: Syllabus

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Methods for Reliable, Transparent, and Open Science

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration

Type of resources: Syllabus

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Good Science, Bad Science

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Preregistration, Replication research

Type of resources: Syllabus

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SPSP experts - open science

Description: great short videos

FORRT principle: Reproducibility knowledge, Conceptual and statistical knowledge, Reproducible analyses, Preregistration, Open data and materials, Replication research

Type of resources: Video

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Unlikely Results

Description: most published results are false

Type of resources: Video

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The New Statistics: Planning, Power, and Precision (Workshop Part 5)

Description: effect size, confidence interval, precision

Type of resources: Video

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Why an Entire Field of Psychology Is in Trouble

Description: ego depletion, replication

Type of resources: Video

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The New Statistics: The New Statistics in Action (Workshop Part 4)

Description: effect size, confidence interval, precision

Type of resources: Video

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The New Statistics: Confidence Intervals, NHST, and p Values (Workshop Part 1)

Description: effect size, NHST, p values

Type of resources: Video

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Philosophical Psychology Seminar (1989) Videos & Audio

Description: Philosophy of Science;

Type of resources: Video

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Bradley Efron: Frequentist accuracy of Bayesian estimates

Description: Bayes, frequentist

Type of resources: Video

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The New Statistics: Effect Sizes and Confidence Intervals (Workshop Part 3)

Description: effect size, confidence interval, precision

Type of resources: Video

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open stats lab

Description: uses data from psych science papers to create activities to learn stats and reproducible analyses

Type of resources: Website

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Resources (tutorials, papers, analysis scripts, utilities) for testing moderation and mediation

Description: Data analysis; interactions; mediation

Type of resources: Website

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Open Science – the future for research?

Description: Open science

Type of resources: Website

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StackOverflow site (for programming Q&A)

Description: Q&A

Type of resources: Website

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Spurious Correlations

Type of resources: Website

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DAGitty

Type of resources: Website

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