Visit JASP at ICPS in Paris

Bonjour! The JASP team is in Paris this week for the International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), which takes place from March 7th until March 9th in Paris. Alongside researchers from psychological science, neuroscience, genetics, sociology, economics, anthropology and linguistics, we are exhibiting JASP in the conference hall at the 3rd floor. If you want to have a chat about how you can incorporate JASP in your research and teaching activities, get a demonstration of JASP, or receive information about the upcoming JASP workshop in Amsterdam, you can find us at booth number 14.

JASP Facilitates Open Science

On Saturday morning, JASP team member Alexandra Sarafoglou will give a talk on how JASP facilitates open science. The talk is part of the symposium “Improving the Transparency of Your Research One Step at a Time” at 10:00 – 11:20, which takes place in room 353 of the conference venue. Alexandra will demonstrate how JASP helps you increase the transparency and openness during different stages of your research project (preregistering the analysis, analyzing the data, and reporting the results).

About the authors

Alexandra Sarafoglou

Alexandra Sarafoglou is a PhD candidate at the Department of Psychological Methods at the University of Amsterdam. At JASP, she is contributing to the multinomial analysis, and the video tutorials. Alexandra is also part of the workshop organization team.

Koen Derks

Koen Derks is a PhD candidate at Nyenrode Business University and at the Psychological Methods group at the University of Amsterdam. At JASP, he is creating JfA, an add-on module for Auditing.