28 SEPTEMBER (DAY 1)
“The signal and the noise: some lessons from the replicability crisis in Psychology”
The recent crisis of replicability in Psychology has attracted a lot of attention and is starting to have a visible and growing impact on research practices. After a brief overview, I will present some suggestions based on the lessons learned from the debate on replicability in Psychology. The emphasis will be placed on methodological issues and research practices that increase the likelihood of designing informative experiments and drawing correct inferences from the data, thereby helping researchers to separate the signal from the noise.
University of Milano-Bicocca, Department of Psychology
Second Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies
PsychoBit aims at presenting psychological theories and models that revolve around the improvement of the psychological and relational life of every individual.
28-29th September 2020
The materials of the Symposium have been published in the open-access publication service by CEUR-WS.org
The materials of the Symposium have been indexed by DBLP computer science bibliography
The materials of the Symposium have been indexed by Scopus