I run a Twitter account called OpenPsychLaw. I share and retweet things relevant to psych & law / forensic psychology / criminology and open & replicable science, including sharing articles in the field that are preregistered and/or have open data or open materials. In this thread I will cross-post everything or at least most of the things from there, but everyone is also very welcome to post and comment here anything else that’s relevant.
New preprint by @jasonchin and colleagues: Questionable Research Practices and Open Science in Quantitative Criminology.
Thanks for posting it here! I am strating to learn psychology & law science and want to gather many inseful information, but I am not using Twitter( Please, teell me if you will post new things? I like tour thread like yhiis))
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@jasonchin, I just saw that you’ve (co-)authored a bunch of open psych & law science papers during 2021.
Jason M Chin, Malgorzata Lagisz & Shinichi Nakagawa, “ Where is the evidence in evidence-based law reform? ” (accepted) UNSW Law Journal. [MetaArXiv]
Jason M Chin, Alexander C DeHaven, Tobias Heycke, Alexander O Holcombe, David T Mellor, Justin T Pickett, Crystal N Steltenpohl, Simine Vazire & Kathryn Zeiler, “ Improving the credibility of empirical legal research: practical suggestions for researchers, journals, and law schools ” (2021) Law, Technology and Humans. [SSRN] [LawArXiv]
Jason M Chin, Justin T Pickett, Simine Vazire & Alex O Holcombe, “ Questionable Research Practices and Open Science in Quantitative Criminology ” (2021) Journal of Quantitative Criminology. [SocArXiv] [Direct]
Samuel G Robson, Myriam A Baum, Jennifer L Beaudry, Julia Beitner, Hilmar Brohmer, Jason Chin, Katarzyna Jasko, Chrystyna Kouros, Ruben Laukkonen, David Moreau, Rachel A Searston, Heleen A Slagter, Niklas K Steffens, Jason M Tangen & Amberyn Thomas, “ Promoting Open Science: A holistic approach to changing behaviour ” (accepted) Collabra: Psychology. [PsyArXiv]
You should ping me or OPLS when a new one comes out, you’re too productive for me to stay up-to-date!
Okay okay, pull my arm why don’t you