Retraction Watch Blogs & Podcasts

Retraction Watch is a blog that reports on retractions of scientific papers, as a window into the scientific process.

Nicebread Blogs & Podcasts

Dr. Felix Schönbrodt’s blog promoting research transparency and open science.

NeuroChambers Blogs & PodcastsPsychology

Chris Chambers is a psychologist and neuroscientist at the School of Psychology, Cardiff University. He created this blog after taking part in a debate about science journalism at the Royal Institution in March 2012. The aim of his blog is give you some insights from the trenches of science. He talks about a range of science-related issues and may even give up a trade secret or two.

 

 

Accountable Replications Policy “Pottery Barn” Blogs & PodcastsData VisualizationPsychologyReplicationsReporting GuidelineResults-Blind Review & Registered Reports

The Accountable Replication Policy commits the Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience section of Royal Society Open Science to publishing replications of studies previously published within the journal. Authors can either submit a replication study that is already completed or a proposal to replicate a previous study. To ensure that the review process is unbiased by the results, submissions will be reviewed with existing results initially redacted (where applicable), or in the case of study proposals, before the results exist. Submissions that report close, clear and valid replications of the original methodology will be offered in principle acceptance, which virtually guarantees publication of the replication regardless of the study outcome.

 

rpsychologist Blogs & PodcastsPsychologySoftware

Kristoffer Magnusson’s blog about R, Statistics, Psychology, Open Science, and Data Visualization.