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EASP – European Association of Social Psychology

Qualitative Psychology and Open Science Workshops

07.05.2024, by Media Account

Researchers are only as good as their tools. Are you ready to add to your toolkit and take your research skills to the next level?

We are happy to announce that Annecy Behavioral Science Lab will be offering two summer workshops this June and July on Qualitative Research and Open Science!

Qualitative and Indigenous Psychology Workshop (June 19-21, 2024)

Due to the resounding success of our previous workshop and the increased interest in Qualitative and Indigenous Psychology, we’re excited to announce that Miguel Silan is rehosting the workshop on June 19 - 21, 2024!

A common sentiment usually heard from people who want to get into quali or mixed-methods is hesitation due to lack of training or otherwise the uncertainty of whether “they’re doing it right”. The workshop is a chance to get into the state-of-the-art qualitative methods, which combine fundamental, advanced, and applied topics to help one launch their next qualitative project.

The workshop will focus on interviews and open-ended questions. Not only how to craft, implement, and analyze them, but also how to theorize qualitatively and how ethical open qualitative research can be done. Importantly, the workshop will go beyond just analyzing “themes” and into more fruitful analyses (e.g., bayesian qualitative thinking; negative case analyses).

If you’re doing measurement work (and need to be better at cognitive interviewing), or if you want to be better at conceptual analyses (and formal modeling), these often advanced topics often need intensive quali phases.

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The Practical Guide to Open Science Workshop (July 1-2, 2024)

Most psychology researchers have heard about open science. But doing open science is hard. Where should you begin? And why should you take the effort to go through all these steps to make your science more open? The Practical Guide to Open Science Workshop aims to address all of this.

From the background in the early 2010s, when discussions started around p-hacking, false positive psychology, and statistical power, to personal stories about the Diederik Stapel affair, Dr Hans Rocha IJzerman will provide a history of the open science movement, the why of open science, and the how of open science.

Participating in this workshop will mean you get practical templates to start your projects, easy-to-use replication documents, and example projects to work towards. The workshop is focused on open-science-curious people, but who are pretty much at the beginning of their journey. It’s ok to make mistakes in this journey — the workshop teacher knows all about making such mistakes and is happy to share the errors he made while learning how to open his science.

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