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Open Science in Aging Research: an Interview with Dr. Derek Isaacowitz
Does open science apply to my field? It’s a contentious question that will garner a range of responses. If you are a researcher studying aging, however, there is one scientist who...
Tags: Open Science, Culture Change, aging research, oskb
Leveraging the OSF for large-scale collaboration
There is substantial interest in the extent to which published findings in socio-behavioral sciences (SBS) are reproducible. While large-scale replication projects in psychology...
COS hosts FUSF preprint server FocUS Archive, providing a nexus for information sharing in the focused ultrasound community
In 2016, the Focused Ultrasound Foundation funded a clinical trial investigating the efficacy of a focused ultrasound treatment for Essential Tremor (ET) which yielded...
Preregistration: A Plan for Communities, Not a Prison for Researchers
Preregistration is the process of specifying key study and analysis details and decisions before conducting the experiment. The main goal of preregistering one’s research is to...
Tags: Transparency, Preregistration, Community, Culture Change, OSF Registries
Connecting the Science of Science: Metascience Conference 2021
The Metascience 2021 Conference was a global virtual gathering to connect the study of science across disciplines, methodologies, and regions, and was an initiative of the Center...
Preregistering secondary data analyses? Yes, you can!
Click here to preview the secondary data preregistration template on OSF. Authors: Olmo van den Akker, Tilburg University; Marjan Bakker, Tilburg University Outside of science,...
Take the Preregistration Pledge with Project Free Our Knowledge
COS is collaborating with Project Free Our Knowledge (FOK) to support ECRs and others advancing open behaviors in their fields, and is pleased to partner with FOK’s...
Tags: Preregistration, Open Science, Culture Change, Academia
New OSF enhancements for community-developed, open source infrastructure
Not only do researchers use OSF as a tool to accelerate science by collaborating, managing and sharing their research; they’re also stakeholders in its sustainable development...
Tags: Transparency, Infrastructure, Software, OSF, Sustainability, Integrations, Open Source
Interview: Dr. Daniel Simons, editor of Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science (AMPPS) on how to “get started” with open science practices
The journal Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science (AMPPS) publishes academic articles on scientific research methods across the psychological sciences. AMPPS...
Tags: Preregistration, TOP, Journals, TOP Factor
The MDAR Framework – a new tool for life sciences reporting
(Materials, Design, Analysis, Reporting) Incomplete or imprecise reporting of life sciences research contributes to challenges with reproducibility, replicability, and biomedical...
Tags: Scholarly Publishing