ReproducibiliTea York: Open Research Meeting for Early Career Researchers (15 November 2022)


The York Psychology ReproducibiliTea Team would like to invite you to the Open Research Meeting for Early Career Researchers. This event will include talks from researchers across the University about their approach to open scholarships as well as an open scholarship discussion panel. Furthermore, there will be an informal gathering with refreshments and plenty of opportunities to discuss all things open scholarship with people from different departments. 


  • Registered Reports: Why, What, Who, When? - Emma Sullivan, PhD student in Psychology - Slides (PPTX)

  • Developing an internet-based Tests of Aptitude in Language Learning (TALL): An open research endeavour - Junlan Pan, PhD student in Education - Slides (PPTX)
  • Open-access monographs: benefits and challenges for ECRs - Dr Dorka Tamás, Postdoctoral Researcher in English Literature, University of Leeds - Slides (PPTX)
  • Panel discussion hosted by Anna Guttesen (Psychology) with the above speakers, plus David Shaw (Postdoctoral Research Associate in Environment and Geography), Andrew Mason (Research Fellow in Biology), Siobhan Dunlop (Teaching and Learning Advisor in Student and Academic Services) and Cátia Oliveira (Research Associate in Psychology).

Presenters retain all performance rights, copyright ownership and intellectual property rights to their work. No further copying is permitted without permission from the researchers except where allowed under the terms of a public reuse licence where indicated at source, or as permitted by legal exception.