Jelte Wicherts

Professor

Scientific practices and methods to identify their weak spots in order to strengthen science.

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Marcel van Assen

Professor

Statistical methods to combine studies, publication bias, QRPs, fraud, reproducibility, improving pre-registration & registered reports.

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Marjan Bakker

Assistant Professor

Improving science by investigating problems and possible solutions. Bias, QRPs, power, preregistration.

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Paulette Flore

Assistant Professor

Replications & reproducibility in psychology. Stereotype threat; gender gap in mathematics; psychometrics; differential item functioning.

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Michèle Nuijten

Assistant Professor

Improving psychology via empirical research. Bias, errors, replication, & reproducibility. Co-developer of statcheck and SIPS board member.

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Leonie van Grootel

Assistant Professor

Interested in the potential of mixed methods research and qualitative research for research integrity and systematic review methodology.

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Amir Masoud Abdol

Post-Doc

Applied mathematician, and computational scientist. Interested in the applications of machine learning methods to further understand and prevent p-hacking.

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Robbie van Aert

Post-Doc

Meta-analysis, publication bias methods, assessing replicability of research. Developer of the publication bias method p-uniform.

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Chris Hartgerink

 

PhD Student

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Hilde Augusteijn

PhD Student

Passionate about fighting publication-bias and strengthening science and meta-analysis. Understanding human biases and improving statistical solutions

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Andrea Stoevenbelt

PhD Student

Stereotype threat research: Conducting a pre-registered replication and an investigation from a psychometric point of view.

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Esther Maassen

PhD Student

Countering outcome reporting bias by using structural equation modeling; reproducibility, p-hacking, and meta-analyses.

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Olmo van den Akker

PhD Student

Studying researchers’ interpretation of statistical results and finding ways to make preregistration more effective.

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Former Team Members

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Coosje Veldkamp

 

PhD student from 2012 to 2017