Here is a small collection of things I’ve done in the public eye recently.
My substantive research interest in unobtrusively studying cognitive processes is covered in this video.
Open Science general intro
My contribution to the Glasgow ReproducibiliTea meeting, a general introduction to Open Science.
Open Science Seminar
A video of my talk about how Open Science can be seen through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic, at the Open Science Seminar of the Centre for Integrative Business Psychology (Aarhus University):
Here’s an introductory talk about why I think Open Science matters and how research can become more robust and transparent.
Open Science Slam
Check out my take on whether (and how) scientists can read people’s minds, and what that has to do with Open Science (in German, starts at 24 min).
And here’s another one, about using openly available data (#OpenData) to understand why some people are not huge fans of the holidays (in German).
Open Science Radio
I was part of an Open Science Radio episode, talking about the Fellowship Free Knowledge. Eavesdrop below (in German).
Listen in to me talking about Open Science on Deutschlandfunk (in German) in the scope of the successful replication attempt regarding Prospect Theory.
And another one talking about the Open Science landscape in Germany.
And here’s some Open Science 101 advice, recorded after my workshop introducing the Open Science Framework (OSF, slides here) at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock in October 2019.