OSSC19 Schedule

 

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Day 0 – 24 January 2019

Informal Get-together

(Drinks and Food, Self-Paying)

Venue: Mie House

Time: 7.30pm

Address: J7 3, 68159 Mannheim.

Day 1 – 25 January 2019

Venue: O138 Fuchs Petrolub Hall, Schloss Mannheim East Wing

8:30

Coffee & Registration

9:00

Introduction

Keynote

9:15

“It’s Up to Us – Transparency and the Public Value of Science”

  • Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan 

10:00

Open Discussion

10:30

Coffee Break

Debating Open Science

11:00

“How to Overcome the Reproducibility Crisis (in Sociology)?”

  • Katrin Auspurg, LMU Munich 
  • Josef Brüderl, LMU Munich

11:15

“Responding to the Statistical Crisis in Social Science: One Size Does not Fit All”

  • Per Engzell, University of Oxford

11:30

Open Discussion

11:50

“Publication Bias and Preregistration in Qualitative Comparative Analysis”

  • Ingo Rohlfing, University of Cologne

12:15

Open Discussion

12:25

Swift Talk: “Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI): Transparency for Qualitative Social Science Research”

  • Sebastian Karcher, Syracuse University

12:35

Lunch

Advancing Open Science

13:30

“Correcting for Bias in the Literature: A Comprehensive Comparison of Meta-Analytic Methods for Bias-Correction”

  • Felix Schönbrodt, LMU Munich
  • Evan Carter, Army Research Laboratory
  • Will Gervais, University of Kentucky
  • Joe Hilgard, Illinois State University

13:50

“Reproducibility Hinges on Access to Quality Data: Presenting YARD”

  • Limor Peer, Yale University

14:10

  “Evaluation and Replicability Transparency in Cross-National Survey Research: Quality of Reporting”

  • Elena Damian, KU Leuven
  • Bart Meuleman, KU Leuven
  • Wim van Oorschot, KU Leuven

14:30

Open Discussion

15:05

Swift Talk: “Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT)”

  • Flavio Azevedo, University of Cologne
  • Sam Parsons, University of Oxford
  • Carl Michael Galang, McMaster University

15:15

Break & Coffee // Open Science Stroll

16:15

“The OSSC19 Crowdsourced Replication Initiative”

  • Nate Breznau, University of Bremen
  • Eike Mark Rinke, University of Leeds
  • Alexander Wuttke, University of Mannheim

16:30

Open Discussion

Keynote

16:45

“Meta-meta: The Social Science of Open Social Science”

  • Jeremy Freese, Stanford University 

17:30

Open Discussion

18:00

End of First Day

Dinner

19:30

(Covered for Speakers, Self-Paying for all other Participants)

Venue: Ellin Greek Restaurant

Address: E3 1, 68159 Mannheim

Day 2 – 26 January 2019

Venue: O138 Fuchs Petrolub Hall, Schloss Mannheim East Wing

8:30

Coffee

9:00

Welcome

Doing Open Science

9:10

“Social Class Inequalities in General Cognitive Ability: Reflecting on a Transparent and Reproducible Sociological Study”

  • Roxanne Connelly, University of York
  • Vernon Gayle, University of Edinburgh

9:30

Open Discussion

9:45

“Trends and Patterns in Intergenerational Income Transmission: A Multimodel Investigation and Open Dataset”

  • Per Engzell, University of Oxford
  • Carina Mood, Stockholm University
  • Jan O. Jonsson, University of Oxford

10:05

Open Discussion

10:15

“Ideological Differences in Threat Sensitivity: Two Conceptual and a Pre-Registered Direct Replication”

  • Bert Bakker, University of Amsterdam
  • Kevin Arceneaux, Temple University

10:35

Open Discussion

10:45

   “Good and Bad Replications”

  • Nicole Janz, University of Nottingham

11:05

Open Discussion

11:15

Coffee Break

Keynote

11:55

“Open (Political) Science – Just a Metaphor?”

  • Thomas König, University of Mannheim

12:10

Open Discussion

12:40

Lunch

Keynote

13:30

“The Magnificent Seven Years of Replication Crisis in Psychology: Lessons to Learn for Other Social Sciences”

  • Julia Rohrer, University of Leipzig

14:00

Open Discussion

14:30

“Why and How to Live-Stream Knowledge Crystallization via (Open Source) R Markdown Tools”

  • Samuel Merk, University of Tübingen
  • Jürgen Schneider, University of Tübingen

14:40

Break & Coffee

MZES-GESIS Pre-Registration Challenge

15:00

Swift Talk: “The GESIS Panel: Heading Towards a FAIR Survey Infrastructure”

  • Tobias Heycke, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences 
  • Bernd Weiß, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
  • Jan-Phillipp Kolb, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

15:10

 “Threat Ownership Theory (TOT): Towards a Greater Understanding of the Dynamic Link Between Threat and Political Attitudes”

  • Amélie Godefroidt, KU Leuven
  • Fade R. Eadeh, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Jaïs Adam-Troïan, Aix-Marseille University

15:30

Open Discussion

15:40

 “Perceptions of Family-Friendly Occupations”

  • Kaitlin Johnson, Indiana University Bloomington

16:00

Open Discussion

16:10

 “Trust And Communication”

  • Johannes Jarke-Neuert, University of Hamburg 
  • Cornelia NeuertGESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

16:30

Open Discussion

16:40

Concluding Discussion: “Now that We Are Here, Where Do We Go Now? The Future of Open Social Science (Is Us)”

18:00

End of Second Day

 

Beer & Snacks

20:00

(Drinks and Food, Self-Paying)

Venue: Kombüse
Address: Jungbuschstraße 23, 68159 Mannheim.

 

Day 3 – 27 January 2019

BITSS-MZES Open Science
Research Transparency and Reproducibility Workshop

Venue: MZES, A5, 6, Building A, Room 230/231

9:00

“Engaging Credibility Issues in the Social Sciences”

  • Alexander Wuttke, University of Mannheim
  • Eike Mark Rinke, University of Leeds

10:30

Coffee Break

10:45

“Reproducible Workflow: Coding Strategies and Intro to Version Control (GitHub)”

  • Roxanne Connelly, University of York 

12:00

Lunch

13:00

“Introduction to Dynamic Documents for Social Scientists”

  • Roxanne Connelly, University of York 

14:30

Coffee Break

14:45

“Data Management and De-Identification for Open Data”

  • Yan Wang, TU Delft

16:00

End of Workshop

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