ReproducibiliTea Leipzig Journal Club

ReproducibiliTea Leipzig Journal Club

Every six weeks, Wednesday, 10:00–11:00 am

The ReproducibiliTea Leipzig Journal Club is a space to discuss various aspects related to open and reproducible research practices. We meet every six weeks on Wednesday (10:00–11:00 am) to discuss articles that touch upon versatile open science topics, from general issues to specific applications, presenting both enthusiastic and critical perspectives. If you look for an opportunity to broaden your knowledge on open science, discuss pros and cons, share experiences, and get to know other open science adopters – feel warmly invited!

This journal club is for anyone who:

  • is interested in open science, but hasn’t had opportunity to get deeper into it yet,
  • is familiar with open science practices, but not completely convinced, or
  • is an excited open science ambassador, willing to share your experience with others.

Regardless if you are skeptic or enthusiastic, we cordially invite you to join our ReproducibiliTea Leipzig Journal Club. We will discuss exciting papers, challenge existing ideas, learn our own paths through open scienc practices, and have lots of fun along the way!

When & where

Our journal club takes place every six weeks on Wednesday, 10:00–11:00 CET. You can join in person at the Wilhelm Wundt Room (A400) at the MPI CBS in Leipzig or online via Zoom. To get the Zoom link, please e-mail us or message us on Twitter.

If you want to get notified about upcoming sessions, please sign up to our CBS Open Science newsletter.

Upcoming sessions

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Five creative ways to promote reproducible science

Wednesday, 14 Febuary, 2024, 10:00–11:00
Weinerova, J., Botvinik-Nezer, R., & Tibon, R. (2024). Five creative ways to promote reproducible science. Nature Human Behaviour, 10.1038/s41562-023-01808-1.

Previous sessions

Open and reproducible neuroimaging

Open and reproducible neuroimaging

Wednesday, 8 November, 2023, 10:00–11:00
Niso, G., Botvinik-Nezer, R., Appelhoff, S., De La Vega, A., Esteban, O., Etzel, J. A., Finc, K., Ganz, M., Gau, R., Halchenko, Y. O., Herholz, P., Karakuzu, A., Keator, D. B., Markiewicz, C. J., Maumet, C., Pernet, C. R., Pestilli, F., Queder, N., Schmitt, T., … Rieger, J. W. (2022). Open and reproducible neuroimaging: From study inception to publication. NeuroImage, 263, 119623.
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Dichotomous claims

Wednesday, 6 September, 2023, 10:00–11:00
Uygun Tunç, D., Tunç, M. N., & Lakens, D. (2023). The epistemic and pragmatic function of dichotomous claims based on statistical hypothesis tests. Theory & Psychology, 33(3), 403–423.
Does research get less disruptive over time?

Does research get less disruptive over time?

Wednesday, 26 July, 2023, 10:00–11:00
Park, M., Leahey, E., & Funk, R.J. (2023). Papers and patents are becoming less disruptive over time. Nature 613, 138–144.
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Peer review

Wednesday, 14 June, 2023, 10:00–11:00 am
Mastroianni, A. (2022). The rise and fall of peer review
Working conditions in academia

Working conditions in academia

Wednesday, 3 May, 2023, 10:00–11:00 am
Rahal, R.-M., Fiedler, S., et al. (2023). Quality research needs good working conditions. Nature Human Behaviour, 7(2).
Previous seasons (2020–2021)

Previous seasons (2020–2021)

Here is an overview of the papers that we’ve discussed in our first season (2020) an in our second season (2021). You can find the slides from these sessions on our Open Science Framework (OSF) repository.
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