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Dr Gilad Feldman, based at the Department of Psychology at the University Hong Kong (HKU), will be delivering a talk on a three-year mass replication effort within judgement and decision making literature classics. To date, over 100 replication projects have been completed by undergraduate students as part of their studies. In this talk, Dr. Feldman will be sharing how he implemented this mass replication project at HKU and they will also summarise the findings.

Obviously we can't offer tea/coffee/snacks this time around, but grab yourself a hot drink and join us to discuss issues in open and reproducible scholarship!

The paper: Hong Kong mass replication project

To join: Zoom link

Google calendar: Oxford ExPsy events on the central ReproducibiliTea Online calendar

The ReproducibiliTea organisers: Sam Parsons, Sarah Ashcroft-Jones, Niklas Johannes, Olly Robertson, Dilrukshi Gamage and Matt Jaquiery