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EOSC Future grant: Psychology RDA Interest Group

Summary

The purpose of the RDA Psychological Data Interest Group (IG) is to raise awareness of the importance of data sharing in the disciplines related to psychology, share experiences and information about domain-specific technical skills needed for FAIR data sharing. This IG brings together Psychology researchers interested in open, transparent, and reproducible research methods and practices. The IG will link with the related IGs/Working Groups in cogent disciplines (e.g., Neuroscience) and with see engagement with organisations such as the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN), the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), the Software Sustainability Institute (SSI), Open Life Sciences, and The Carpentries. Distributed and/or large datasets used to address basic and clinical research questions are also within the scope of the IG. 

In other words, the IG is accelerating the emergence of a novel community of researchers, grounded in the wide disciplinary makeup of the RDA membership.

People and organisations

Jim Grange

Jim is a Reader in Cognitive Psychology at Keele University, UK and Director of Research for the School of Psychology. He is also the University’s Lead for Research Integrity and Improvement. Jim joined Keele in 2010 after completing his PhD at Bangor University under the supervision of Dr George Houghton.

The mission of the lab’s work is to conduct rigorous fundamental research to understand cognitive control processes and to use this knowledge to tackle clinical and applied questions. Both behavioural measures and computational modelling are used to address the research questions.

Key outputs

https://repro.school

https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/psychological-data-ig

Sustainable development goals

Primary

Logo: Sustainable Development Goal 3 - Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages