Over the past decade, a “crisis of confidence” has enveloped many empirical sciences including psychology. In response, a large body of scholarship has emerged, with the goal to improve the ways in which psychological science is planned, conducted, and disseminated. This symposium brings together four scholars who have made prominent contributions to this emerging field.
Chairs: Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Olivier Klein, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Speakers: Anne Scheel, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Marcus Munafo, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Christopher Chambers, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Dorothy Bishop, University of Oxford, United Kingdom