open science

ARIADNE – a scientific navigator to find your way through the resource labyrinth

The use of so-called ‘smart drugs’ such as modafinil to improve cognitive performance has recently attracted considerable attention. However, their side effects have limited user enthusiasm. Open-label placebo (OLP) treatment, i.e., inert treatments …

The replication crisis has led to positive structural, procedural, and community changes

The emergence of large-scale replication projects yielding successful rates substantiallylower than expected caused the behavioural, cognitive, and social sciences to experi-ence a so-called ‘replication crisis’. In this Perspective, we reframe this …

Teaching open and reproducible scholarship: a critical review of the evidence base for current pedagogical methods and their outcomes

In recent years, the scientific community has called for improvements in the credibility, robustness and reproducibility of research, characterized by increased interest and promotion of open and transparent research practices. While progress has …

The effectiveness of preregistration in psychology: Assessing preregistration strictness and preregistration-study consistency

Study preregistration has become increasingly popular in psychology, but itseffectivenessin restrictingpotentially biasingresearcher degrees of freedomremains unclear. We used an extensive protocol to assessthe strictness of preregistrations and the …

Bridging neurodiversity and open scholarship: How shared values can guide best practices for research integrity, social justice, and principled education

In recent years, the scientific community has called for improvements in the credibility, robustness, and reproducibility of research, characterized by higher standards of scientific evidence, increased interest in open practices, and promotion of …

A community-sourced glossary of open scholarship terms

Open scholarship has transformed research, and introduced a host of new terms in the lexicon of researchers. The ‘Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Teaching’ (FORRT) community presents a crowdsourced glossary of open scholarship terms to …

Introducing a Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT)

Dramatic changes to the transparency, rigor, reproducibility and replicability of research practices have occurred in the last decade. Despite considerable progress towards the adoption of open science practices by researchers in many disciplines, …

Navigating Open Science as Early Career Feminist Researchers

Open Science aims to improve the rigour, robustness, and reproducibility of psychological research. Despite resistance from some academics, the Open Science movement has been championed by some Early Career Researchers (ECRs), who have proposed …