Self-promotion: the idea makes some people cringe and others salivate. In this episode, we talk about self-promotion in academic science. What amount – and maybe more importantly, what kind – is right? Why do some people shy away from it while others dive in? What even counts as self-promotion? Is it a luxury to be able to do without active self-promotion? How do cultural and other differences play into self-promotion? Plus: We answer a letter about bringing open science practices into clinical psychology.
- Leveraging the open science framework in clinical psychological assessment research, by Jennifer Tackett, Cassandra Brandes, and Kathleen Reardon
- Using implementation science to close the gap between the optimal and typical practice of quantitative methods in clinical science, by Kevin King, Michael D. Pullmann, Aaron R. Lyon, Shannon Dorsey, and Cara C. Lewis
- Practical tips for ethical data sharing, by Michelle N. Meyer
- Recommendations for increasing the transparency of analysis of pre-existing datasets, by Sara Weston, Stuart Ritchie, Julia Rohrer, and Andrew Przybylski
- Dorothy Bishop’s blog, BishopBlog
- Teaching replication, by Michael C. Frank and Rebecca Saxe
- The Collaborative Replications and Education Project
- A few people to follow on Twitter for open and transparent clinical psychological science: Grace Binion, Cassie Brandes, Kevin King, Kathleen Reardon, Jennifer Tackett
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This is episode 53. It was recorded on February 15, 2019.