Resources

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Materials for the University of Glasgow Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology’s undergraduate and MSc methods courses.

Experiences, insights, and materials for teaching R across all undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

The webex package enables instructors to easily create web tutorials using RMarkdown for self-guided learning.

A list of free, open-source software available for doing and teaching open science.

A glossary of terms used in psyTeachR materials

A quick start guide for the specific bookdown templates we’re using at UofG Psychology, plus a style guide and inclusion guidelines for open science materials.

A series of tutorials for creating shiny apps for psychology research and teaching.

Materials for the University of Glasgow Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology’s Academic Websites class in the MSc Professional Skills course. It will show you how to create a simple academic website using GitHub and RStudio.

MSc course materials providing an overview of skills needed for reproducible research and open science using the statistical programming language R, including data visualisation, data tidying and wrangling, archiving, iteration and functions, probability and data simulations, general linear models, and reproducible workflows.

Talks

Sharing our experiences, insights, and materials for teaching R across all undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Collaboration and cooperation can support our future psychologists in becoming more intelligent ‘consumers of science’.

How large-scale collaborations can improve replicability and generalisability.

Learn how to make your own website or to visualise your data in a way that is engaging and rigorous.

How large-scale collaborations can improve replicability and generalisability.

Ways to utilize open science reforms to accelerate research programs.

Methods for improving the generalisability and replicability of scientific research, focusing on initiatives for neutralising …

The role of large-scale crowdsourced projects for addressing both replication and generalisation, with a focus on the Psychological …

Why reproducible science is the future