Por Carmen Callizo, Universidad de Navarra
INARBE organiza este seminario que se celebrará el día 15 de noviembre a las 12,00h. en la sala de juntas de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.
This talk aims to encourage researchers to adopt open and rigorous practices in scientific research. I will highlight the critical role of open science and the arguments in favor of registered reports to improve transparency, credibility, and reproducibility. By adopting these innovative approaches, we can combat numerous recurrent problems to date in the (mis)application of the hypothetico-deductive method (such as lack of replication and data sharing, low statistical power, p-hacking and HARKing), as well as the publication bias. On the contrary, these open science practices ensure the robustness of our studies and promote collaboration, innovation, and confidence in the scientific findings for both researchers and the general public. This presentation is a call to action: do you want to help shape the future of sound and reliable scientific research?