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Are You Open? A Content Analysis of Transparency and Openness Guidelines in HCI Journals

Nick Ballou, Vivek R. Warriar, Sebastian Deterding
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
We identified the 51 most frequently published-in journals by recent CHI first authors and coded them according to the Transparency and Openness Promotion guidelines, a high-profile standard of evaluating  ...  Catalyzed by the publication of highly improbable results (e.g., [3] ) and meta-scientific research on topics such as questionable research practices [20], misconduct and fraud [47] , and publication bias  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank all reviewers for valuable feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411764.3445584 fatcat:3ve3wcmmtjgkpjyl4wfkxzmqcu

Registered reports: an early example and analysis

Richard Wiseman, Caroline Watt, Diana Kornbrot
2019 PeerJ  
The recent 'replication crisis' in psychology has focused attention on ways of increasing methodological rigor within the behavioral sciences.  ...  Although this approach is usually seen as a relatively recent development, we note that a prototype of this publishing model was initiated in the mid-1970s by parapsychologist Martin Johnson in the European  ...  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND DECLARATIONS Funding The authors received no funding for this work.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.6232 pmid:30671302 pmcid:PMC6339469 fatcat:xc2wzatbnbb3fbwcbuvkzxapre

The meaning of "significance" for different types of research [translated and annotated by Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, Denny Borsboom, Josine Verhagen, Rogier Kievit, Marjan Bakker, Angelique Cramer, Dora Matzke, Don Mellenbergh, and Han L. J. van der Maas]

A.D. de Groot
2014 Acta Psychologica  
between the hypotheses; and, for a more exact answer: a replication of the experiment).  ...  & Psychophysicshave adopted special sections for preregistration of experiments (Chambers, 2013; Wolfe, 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2014.02.001 pmid:24589374 fatcat:bchozlh33ve57eokcoecbtyney

On biases in assessing replicability, statistical consistency and publication bias

Valen E. Johnson
2013 Journal of Mathematical Psychology  
Unfortunately, the reality of scientific research in most areas of study is that there are no comprehensive databases for preregistration of experiments.  ...  Suppose further that all tests are conducted in a scientifically valid way -that is, only the primary outcome of each experiment is analyzed, no sub-group analyses are performed, no anomalous findings  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmp.2013.04.003 fatcat:gtfuyxwayve5jencs6o3sbsstu

A 20-Year Review of Outcome Reporting Bias in Moderated Multiple Regression

Ernest O'Boyle, George C. Banks, Kameron Carter, Sheryl Walter, Zhenyu Yuan
2018 Journal of business and psychology  
We tested the state of MMR through a 20-year review of six leading journals.  ...  The findings of this research provide important implications for future application of MMR.  ...  Finally, date of publication had virtually no effect on effect size magnitude.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10869-018-9539-8 fatcat:lbinwkd3lnbidpktw4gzdhuvmy

Writing Strong Conference Abstracts

Marianne Fallon, Bonnie A. Green
2018 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
The I Interna nat ation onal al H Ho Honor o Soc ociet iet ie y i y in P P Psyc s hol ology eye on PSI CHI season year | volume | no  ...  Based on positive feedback, the chapter plans to regularly host Undergraduate Research Showcases. University of Nicosia (Cyprus  ...  The chapter's vision for this event was to increase visibility of the research being conducted by undergraduates in psychology and further promote a culture of undergraduate research.  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-9812.eye22.4.40 fatcat:jmbmylzd2jfjfeok7atey6szzi

Contexts of empirical research in the social sciences

Jerzy Marian Brzeziński
2016 Człowiek i społeczeństwo  
It focuses in particular on the following issues, crucial for the condition of social sciences:– research competences of those who undertake to design and conduct empirical research (the state of social  ...  to the pressure exerted by supervisors on researchers to publish "at all costs."  ...  In my opinion "preregistration" is a method heading in the right direction, although more time is needed for us to be sure.  ... 
doi:10.14746/cis.2016.41.12 fatcat:i5lidnc5pvfynmfuxk6dxtcen4

Stroke Survivors Experience Elevated Levels of Loneliness: A Multi-Year Analysis of the National Survey for Wales

Christopher Byrne, Christopher W N Saville, Rudi Coetzer, Richard Ramsey
2021 Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology  
Objective Despite clinical observation that stroke survivors frequently experience loneliness, there is no large-scale empirical evidence to support this observation.  ...  The work has clinical and societal relevance by suggesting that loneliness poststroke is unlikely to be adequately "treated" if only the quantity and not the quality of social experiences are considered  ...  Acknowledgments This research was performed as part of an all-Wales Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Training Centre PhD studentship (awarded to RR and RC, PhD student: CB).  ... 
doi:10.1093/arclin/acab046 pmid:34189561 fatcat:24np6v7yzrf6dedbjcmknpebom

Conducted as planned? A detailed comparison of studies and their preregistered plans [article]

Lisa Spitzer, Emma Weaver, Sophia Rehbein, Leibniz Institut Für Psychologische Information Und Dokumentation (ZPID)
2021
the preregistration to the published study.  ...  The goal of this study is to investigate whether most of the deviations today still occur in the methodological aspects of sample size, exclusion criteria, and analysis, as in the study by Claesen and  ...  with psychological content -no Registered Reports -no study with a preregistration after the data was already analysed -no studies with more than five preregistrations within one article (to allow for  ... 
doi:10.23668/psycharchives.4879 fatcat:3ymjgxrtwvh7hexmxvou5yl2ra

STAR: Statistical Tests with Auditable Results [article]

Sacha Servan-Schreiber, Olga Ohrimenko, Tim Kraska, Emanuel Zgraggen
2019 arXiv   pre-print
STAR generates an efficiently auditable certificate which attests to the validity of each statistical test performed on a dataset.  ...  STAR provides a concrete way for ensuring the application of false discovery control procedures in hypothesis testing, using mathematically provable guarantees, with the goal of reducing the risk of data  ...  Perhaps more promising is the use of a hold-out dataset.  ... 
arXiv:1901.10875v2 fatcat:aqg6ba6mwranfbouf4cxssp66u

When and Why to Replicate: As Easy as 1, 2, 3?

Sarahanne M. Field, Rink Hoekstra, Laura Bringmann, Don Van Ravenzwaaij
2019 Collabra: Psychology  
Their sample for experiment one was comprised of adults between the ages of 18 and 35, with a gender split of 62% to 38% in favor of women.  ...  findings of psychological experiments.  ...  Competing Interests The authors have no competing interests to declare.  ... 
doi:10.1525/collabra.218 fatcat:trjo3faeuzgqplio4xov3qxpbi

Interactive Tools for Reproducible Science – Understanding, Supporting, and Motivating Reproducible Science Practices [article]

Sebastian Stefan Feger
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Scientific research is increasingly focused on the creation, observation, processing, and analysis of large data volumes.  ...  On the one hand, this transition towards computational and data-intensive science poses new challenges for research reproducibility and reuse.  ...  Preregistration is an important Open Science practice that effectively deals with issues of HARKing (Hypothesising After the Results are Known).  ... 
arXiv:2012.02570v1 fatcat:ejqwev3kybajtnwozt6zfewway

Systematic review of respite care in the frail elderly

C Shaw, R McNamara, K Abrams, R Cannings-John, K Hood, M Longo, S Myles, S O'Mahony, B Roe, K Williams
2009 Health Technology Assessment  
For European countries the cost is £2 per monograph and for the rest of the world £3 per monograph.  ...  How to obtain copies of this and other HTA programme reports An electronic version of this publication, in Adobe Acrobat format, is available for downloading free of charge for personal use from the HTA  ...  Chi and Wong 58 studied the effect of institutional respite on carer attitudes at 1 month.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta13200 pmid:19393135 fatcat:jc2xgua2qfe2jdaxfzj7t6lyb4

The inclusion of reports of randomised trials published in languages other than English in systematic reviews

D Moher, B Pham, M L Lawson, T P Klassen
2003 Health Technology Assessment  
(CM, CAM) have on the estimates of intervention effect.  ...  However, there are inconsistent differences in the quality of LOE reports depending on the intervention type.  ...  Statistical heterogeneity was assessed by 80% of the CM and 88% of the CAM reviews, most commonly using a chi-squared test.  ... 
pmid:14670218 fatcat:roh7kvjuafcwfbhaaoxgp5eyru

A systematic review of the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and barriers to implementation of thrombolytic and neuroprotective therapy for acute ischaemic stroke in the NHS

P Sandercock, E Berge, M Dennis, J Forbes, P Hand, J Kwan, S Lewis, R Lindley, A Neilson, B Thomas, J Wardlaw
2002 Health Technology Assessment  
This has meant that the HTA panels can now focus more explicitly on health technologies ('health technologies' are broadly defined to include all interventions used to promote health, prevent and treat  ...  T he NHS R&D Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme was set up in 1993 to ensure that high-quality research information on the costs, effectiveness and broader impact of health technologies is produced  ...  . • More data are needed on the effect of the level of disability at 6 months after stroke on subsequent survival.  ... 
pmid:12433319 fatcat:z7innkoppjbazhg76c5wuxa22m
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