Tag: research

  • Replicability in Online Research

    Replicability in Online Research

    At the GOR conference in Cologne two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to give a talk on replicability in Online Research. As a PhD student researching this topic and working as a data scientist in market research, I was very happy to have the opportunity to give my thoughts on how the debate in […]

  • Research is messy: Two cases of pre-registrations

    Research is messy: Two cases of pre-registrations

    Pre-registrations are becoming increasingly important for studies in psychological research. This is a much needed change since part of the “replication crisis” has to do with too much flexibility in data analysis and interpretation (p-hacking, HARK’ing and the like). Pre-registering a study with planned sample size and planned analyses allows other researchers to understand what […]

  • Good Science – Bad Science? Panel Discussion at the University of Cologne

    After I found out about the panel discussion on Good Scientific Practice at the University of Cologne via Twitter, I joined yesterday to watch the discussion as it was closely related to my thesis’ topic. The panel was filled with five professors and one junior professors from different faculties1, whose positions were related to “good […]