This is the blog of the Replication in Action project, an ethnographic study of the practical and epistemological complexities of replication studies. The blog posts are written by the four people conducting the study, unless otherwise indicated.
The study is conducted by the following people:
Prof. dr. Jeannette Pols, project leader. Amsterdam UMC, Department of Medical Ethics, and University of Amsterdam, Department of Anthropology. <email@example.com>
Dr. Maarten Derksen, project leader. University of Groningen, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Unit of Theory & History of Psychology. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dr. Jonna Brenninkmeijer, post doctoral researcher. Amsterdam UMC, Department of Medical Ethics, and University of Groningen, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Unit of Theory & History of Psychology. <email@example.com>
Dr. Stephanie Meirmans, post doctoral researcher. Amsterdam UMC, Department of Medical Ethics. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Our scientific advisory board consists of the following people:
Prof. Lex Bouter (Amsterdam UMC & VU, NL): professor of Methodology and Integrity, and chair of the program committee for Replication Studies of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research. He is also chair of the
World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation.
Prof. Sabina Leonelli (University of Exeter, UK): professor of Philosophy and History of Science, with a focus on data and open science, and their effects on society. She has an influential role in European open science policy efforts, and is a Plan S Ambassador. She is editor of the journal History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences.
Prof. dr. Amade M’charek (University of Amsterdam): professor of Anthropology of Science. Founding chair of European Network for the Social Studies of Forensics (EUnetSSF)
Prof. Evelyn Ruppert (Goldsmith, Univ. London, UK): professor in data sociology, and has co-authored a book on modes of knowing. She is editor and founder of the journal Big data & Society.
Professor Simine Vazire (UC Davis, US): Professor of psychology with a focus on research methods and factors that affect the validity and replicability of research. She is co-founder (2015) and chair of the executive committee for the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science and editor in chief of the journal Collabra: Psychology.