Full Title: Reimagining Psychology Research: Looking Ahead from the Replication Crisis
The replication crisis and concerns of reproducibility and valid research continues to bring heightened attention on methods and practices in Psychology. Scholars both across the discipline, and across academia continue to debate the need for replication and reproducibility, and to what degree, while little research has been done to reveal trends of research practices to better contextualize this conversation.
This 12-week course will take a deeper dive into the present issues and proposed solutions to ensure reproducibility in psychology research, and explore alternative approaches to traditional research methods. Each week you will read scholar articles to frame our discussion on the reproducibility crisis and what the field currently proposes. You will also engage in writing a final paper to review and evaluate open science tools and practices, as well as how the field of psychology can advance in a critical & analytical lens.
There will be a short reflection assignment at the conclusion of each unit, and a final paper at the very end.
This course will be fully synchronous and attendance is required as there will be live discussions and/or hands-on practices.
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|Weekly Meeting||Yuyang Zhong||35||Online||[W] 7:00PM-8:30PM||02/03/2021||Open||--||--|