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18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology

Living Room of Science

During the conference we organize a “Living Room of Science” to encourage interactions among scholars and henceforth stimulate the formation of informed opinions on conducting ethical studies. If you are ‘only’ interested in attending the living room but not the conference, you can register for 25 euros. Contribute to the discussion via Twitter and use #LofS.

Sneakpreview of the movie we will show on Friday 11.10:

Program:

Wednesday August 30

11:10-11:30
Opening of the Living Room of Science by Rens van de Schoot (Associate Prof. of Methods and Statistics, Utrecht University; Member of the Young Dutch Academy of Sciences; ECDP2017 organizer)

11:30-11:50
A fresh way to do statistics” by Eric-Jan Wagenmakers (Prof. of Psychological Methods, University of Amsterdam)

13:00-13:30
Is there a glass ceiling in developmental psychology for women?” by Belle Derks (Prof. of Social and Organisational Psychology, Utrecht University)

15:24-15:45
How to reach your Horizon: 10 mistakes you shouldn’t make when writing H2020 grants!” by Claudia Nicolaije (Policy Advisor at Research & Grant Office of Evers + Manders Grant Consultants)

15:45-16:05
How to get your paper published” by Robin Banerjee (Co-Editor of Infant and Child Development, Wiley)

Thursday August 31

11:30-11:50
How to achieve impact with your research” by Stans de Haas (Policy Advisor at Research & Grant Office of Utrecht University)

13:00-13:30
Take care, make your data FAIR” by Peter Doorn (Director of Data Archiving and Networked Services [DANS])

15:30-16:00
Responsible research practices” by Ton Hol (Chair Committee Scientific Integrity, Utrecht University and Tilburg University)

Friday September 1

11:10-11:30
Ghost-authors on your paper: A problem or needed to get your paper published?” by Stefan van der Stigchel (Associate Prof. of Experimental Psychology, Utrecht University) & Rens van de Schoot (Associate Prof. of Methods and Statistics, Utrecht University; Member of the Young Dutch Academy of Sciences; ECDP2017 organizer)

11:30-11:50
Researcher’s degrees of freedom” by Jelte Wicherts (Prof. of Methodology and Statistics, Tilburg University; Editor of the Journal of Open Psychology Data) & Rens van de Schoot (Associate Prof. of Methods and Statistics, Utrecht University; Member of the Young Dutch Academy of Sciences; ECDP2017 organizer)

13:00-13:30
The benefits of open data” by Jelte Wicherts (Prof. of Methodology and Statistics, Tilburg University; Editor of the Journal of Open Psychology Data)

 

The Living Room of Science is sponsored by: