[FUN_Mail] Call for proposals for papers on teaching in the new era of psychological science

Calin-Jageman, Robert rcalinjageman at dom.edu
Tue Oct 23 16:01:59 EDT 2018


Hello FUN Folks,

Just an FYI for our more psych-oriented colleagues that there is a new call out from the Psychology of Learning and Teaching (PLAT) for a special issue dedicated to teaching in the new era of psychological science.

Specifically, the call is looking for papers/editorials/tutorials/cases studies and other contributions related to teaching:

*         Open Science, with new practices such as pre-registration and new tools for sharing data and materials

*         Changing publication models, including pre-registered review and new requirements for clear sample-size planning and transparent reporting

*         Collaborative replication projects

*         Shifts away from the use of p values and null-hypothesis significance testing and toward the "New Statistics" practices of focusing on effect sizes, uncertainty, and meta-analysis, as well as Bayesian parameter estimation and Bayesian hypothesis testing

*         Increased focus on sampling from diverse populations (non-"WEIRD" samples)

*         Increased focus on ethical standards that support inclusive and equitable professional conduct within the field

If you might have something to contribute, consider submitting a proposal.  PLAT has no page fees, it is indexed in Psych Info, and it is internationally based.

I'm a guest editor for this special issue.  If you have any questions or ideas for contributions, please email me directly.

Cheers,

Bob

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Robert Calin-Jageman
Professor, Psychology
Neuroscience Program Director
Dominican University
Parmer 210
7900 West Division
River Forest, IL 60305
rcalinjageman at dom.edu<mailto:rcalinjageman at dom.edu>
708.524.6581
http://calin-jageman.net<http://calin-jageman.net/>
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