Anne studied psychology at the University of Heidelberg and psychological research methods at the University of Glasgow, and worked in a developmental psychology lab at LMU Munich for two years. Her background is in infant research, but since she first learned about the "replication crisis" in psychology, she devoted more and more time to follow the discussions around ways to make research more transparent and reproducible ("open science"). Eventually this led her to switch tracks and turn to meta-science as my main research focus: In October 2017, she started her PhD in Daniël Lakens’ project "Increasing the reliability and efficiency of psychological science" at TU Eindhoven.
July 7th, 2017 | 1 hr 9 mins
In this episode, Dan and James are joined by Anne Scheel (LMU Munich) to discuss open science advocacy