AHP readers may be interested in a virtual symposium taking place April 20, 2021 on “A critical analysis of the scientific reform movement.” Hosted by the Center for Open Science the symposium is described as:
As the science reform movement has gathered momentum to change research culture and behavior relating to openness, rigor, and reproducibility, so has the critical analysis of the reform efforts. This symposium includes five perspectives examining distinct aspects of the reform movement to illuminate and challenge underlying assumptions about the value and impact of changing practices, to identify potential unintended or counterproductive consequences, and to provide a meta perspective of metascience and open science. It’s meta, all the way up. Each presenter will provide a 15-minute perspective followed by a concluding discussion among the panelists and a time to address audience questions.
“Psychologists psychologizing scientific psychology: An epistemological reading of the replication crisis” | Ivan Flis, Catholic University of Croatia
“The scientific and social implications of implementing Open Science policies and procedures” | Sabina Leonelli; Exeter Centre for the Study of the Life Sciences, University of Exeter
“Metascience as a scientific social movement” | David Peterson, UCLA
“The case for formal methodology in scientific reform” | Berna Devezer, University of Idaho
“Open science in the era of informational mystification” | Kyle Harp-Rushing; University of California, Riverside
Visit here to register.