- Invited Symposium
- Overview of the National Academies Report on Reproducibility and Replicability in Science and Engineering with a Focus on How the Conclusions and Recommendations Relate to Research and Reporting in Psychological Science
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recently released a consensus report that examines reproducibility and replicability issues in science and engineering research, and offers recommendations for improving research rigor and transparency. In this symposium, members of the authoring committee will discuss the report and implications for psychological science.
PresentationInvited SymposiumCommittee Findings Related to the Extent of Reproducibility and Replicability Issues in Science, and How Perception of Such Issues Affects Public Trust in Science11:30am-11:50am May 25 (Eastern)Timothy Wilson
PresentationInvited SymposiumDefining Reproducibility and Replicability and Factors That Influence Each11:50am-12:10pm May 25 (Eastern)Lorena Barba
PresentationInvited SymposiumOverview of the National Academies Study on Reproducibility and Replicability in Science12:10pm-12:30pm May 25 (Eastern)Jennifer Heimberg
PresentationInvited SymposiumRecommendations for Increasing Research Reproducibility and Replicability12:30pm-12:50pm May 25 (Eastern)Wendy Wood