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#1. Attitudes towards Open Science and Public Data Sharing: A Survey among Members of the German Psychological Society.
Andrea Abele-Brehm, Mario Gollwitzer, Ulf Steinberg, Felix Schönbrodt
Central values of science are, among others, transparency, verifiability, replicability and openness. The currently very prominent Open Science (OS) movement supports these values. Among its most important principles are open methodology (comprehensive and useful documentation of methods and materials used), open access to published research output, and open data (making collected data available for re-analyses). We here present a survey conducted among members of the German Psychological Society (N = 337), in which we applied a mixed-methods approach (quantitative and qualitative data) to assess attitudes towards OS in general and towards data sharing more specifically. Attitudes towards OS were distinguished into positive expectations (“hopes”) and negative expectations (“fears”). These were un-correlated. There were generally more hopes associated with OS and data sharing than fears. Both hopes and fears were highest among early career researchers and lowest among professors. The analysis of the open answers revealed that...
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nicebread303: @prof_bosnjak @Pensoft Funnily, even I as a coauthor had no access to our paper ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Here's the #openaccess postprint: https://t.co/NDCOoktVju And here open data and material: https://t.co/U76h2l69TY
nicebread303: @prof_bosnjak Funnily, even I as a coauthor had no access to our paper ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Here's the #openaccess postprint: https://t.co/NDCOoktVju And here open data and material: https://t.co/U76h2l69TY
momentumyy: 日本でもすべき Attitudes towards Open Science and Public Data Sharing: A Survey among Members of the German Psychological Society. https://t.co/pMpex90kBS
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