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OSR162 Registered Reports in Psychology: Why, for whom, and how? (Poster Session) #osc2019 [EN]

This is a short interview episode from the poster session at the Open Science Conference 2019. In this episode Bernd talks to Roland Ramthun, Deputy Director of archiving and publication services at the ZPID Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information. Roland presented presented the talk and poster Registered Reports in Psychology: Why, for whome and how? basically showing how preregistration can improve scientific findings and increase transparency.

OSR123 Changing incentive structures to foster the actual sharing rate of open data (Talk #osc2018) [EN]

If you’ve been listening to us for a while you have probably already heard about Felix Schönbrodt, as we have mentioned him in a number of episodes talking about projects he was involved in and a number of talks, e.g. his lighting talk at the 2016 Barcamp Science 2.0 or his recent talk at the Open Science Conference 2018. Felix is a principal investigator for Psychological Methods and Assessment at the Department of Psychology, and moreover, he is an absolute Open Science enthusiast.

As we mentioned in our wrap-up episode for this year’s Barcamp Open Science and Open Science Conference, we found Felix’s conference talk really insightful, so it is our pleasure to provide it to you with kind permission from Felix and hope that you find it equally enlightening and motivating.

If you wanna closely follow his presentation including his slides, please use the video embedded into the blogpost for this episode or his slides linked in they the Open Science Conference programme.