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2019

• 2018-01: Talk at Augsburg University: Die Grauzone wissenschaftlichen Fehlverhaltens: Wie schlechte wissenschaftliche Praxis unser Wissenverzerrt, und warum Open Science eine Lösung dafür ist. [website]
• 2018-01: Talk at MZES Open Social Science Conference: Correcting for Bias in the Literature: A Comprehensive Comparison of Meta-Analytic Methods for Bias-Correction [download slides][preprint]

2018


• 2018-10: Talk at TU Dresden: From „the replication crisis“ to „the credibility revolution“ in psychological science? What have we achieved, where do we go? [download slides]
• 2018-10: Talk at Leipzig University: Open Science as an answer to science's credibility crisis [download slides]
• 2018-10: Workshop at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg: Open Science (1 day) [download slides]
• 2018-10: Workshop at LMU Open Science Center: Open Science Crash Course (everything in 5 hours) [download slides]
• 2018-09: Talk at DGPs conference, Frankfurt: Testing similarity effects with dyadic response surface analysis [download slides]
• 2018-09: Talk at DGPs conference, Frankfurt: Beyond bean/publication counting: Performance evaluations and hiring criteria that foster good science [download slides]
• 2018-07: Talk at ECP 2018, Zadar: Don't make a fool of yourself: Reputation and performance evaluations in academia [download slides]
• 2018-06: Talk at Frankfurt University: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]
• 2018-06: Talk at Göttingen University: From „the replication crisis“ to „the credibility revolution“ in psychological science? What have we achieved, where do we go? [download slides]
• 2018-06: Talk at PhD Retreat Epidemiology: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]
• 2018-04: Workshop at Tübingen University: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors [download slides]
• 2018-04: Workshop at Leipzig University: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors [download slides]
• 2018-03: Talk at University of Zurich: Dos and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis
• 2018-03: Talk at Open Science Conference, Berlin: Changing incentive structures to foster the actual sharing rate of open data (or: Why everybody loves data sharing, but nobody does it) [download slides]
• 2018-02: Talk at Marburg University: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]


2017


• 2017-12: Talk at LMU Munich, Sociology: Redefining statistical significance [download slides]
• 2017-12: Talk at Gesis, Cologne: p-hacking: What it is and how to prevent it
• 2017-12: Talk at Uni Mainz: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]
• 2017-10: Talk at Uni Erlangen: Automatic coding of implicit motives from text using machine learning algorithms
• 2017-09: Workshop at TU Munich, Sport Science: Dos and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis [download slides]
• 2017-09: Talk at LMU Munich: Don't make a fool of yourself: Reputation and performance evaluations in academia
• 2017-09: Workshop at LMU Munich: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors [download slides]
• 2017-07: Talk at SoCCO small group meeting on "Social Cognition 2.0", Cologne: How to build a strong scientific field [download slides]
• 2017-07: Breakout session at Responsible Research, LMU Munich: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]
• 2017-07: Talk at Uni Magdeburg, Philosophical Department: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis
• 2017-06: Workshop at Uni Zurich: Is there a replication crisis in motivational psychology?
• 2017-04: Workshop at LMU Munich: Dos and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis [download slides]
• 2017-04: Talk at Uniklinik Munich: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]
• 2017-03: Talk at ICPS, Vienna: Never underpowered again: Sequential Bayes Factors guarantee compelling evidence [download slides]
• 2017-03: Talk at MPI Psychiatry, Munich: Learn to p-hack like there pros! [download slides]
• 2017-02: Workshop at Uni Frankfurt: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors [download slides]
• 2017-02: Talk at TU München: p-hacking, research quality, & open science
• 2017-01: Talk at conference "Leistungsbewertung in der Wissenschaft – Perspektiven aus Forschung, Praxis und Politik", Munich: Actively selecting for bad science? How to change incentive structures and performance evaluations to foster credible science


2016


• 2016-11: Talk at TU München: Best practice in research and knowledge management ("Umsetzung der DFG Leitlinien zum Umgang mit Forschungsdaten: Neue Richtlinien für ein offenes und reproduzierbares Forschen")
• 2016-11: Talk at Uni Tübingen: Open Science [download slides]
• 2016-10: Workshop at Uni Bonn: Dos and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis [download slides]
• 2016-10: Talk at MPK Conference, Erlangen: New pictures for the PSE
• 2016-10: Talk at MinD Akademie: How Open Science Can Solve (Parts of) the Replication Crisis [download slides]
• 2016-09-18, 10:00: Workshop at DGPs conference, Leipzig: Dos and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis [download slides]
• 2016-09-20, 10:00: Talk at DGPs conference, Leipzig: Never underpowered again: Sequential Bayes Factors guarantee compelling evidence [download slides]
• 2016-09-20, 14:30: Panel discussion at DGPs conference, Leipzig: Assuring the Quality of Psychological Research (including Brian Nosek, Jelte Wicherts, Chris Chambers, Kai Jonas, Andrea Abele-Brehm, Klaus Fiedler, Rolf Ulrich, and myself)
• 2016-09: Workshop at Uni Landau: Dos and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis
• 2016-08: Workshop at LMU Munich: Advanced Power Analysis
• 2016-07: Talk at Uni Dresden: Open Science
• 2016-06: Talk at Uni Tübingen: Open Science
• 2016-06: Talk at Uni Köln: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors
• 2016-05: Workshop at Uni Edinburgh: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors
• 2016-05: Talk at Uni Mannheim: Open Science
• 2016-05: Talk at Uni Freiburg: Sequential Testing with Bayes Factors
• 2016-05: Talk at Uni Edinburgh: Open Science
• 2016-05-02: Talk at Barcamp Science 2.0 Conference in Köln: Putting Open Science into practice
• 2016-04: Talk at Arbeitsagentur Gießen: "Intuition als Ratgeber...? Mit Verstand und Intuition gute Entscheidungen treffen" [LINK]
• 2016-04: Workshop at Frankfurt: How to do Open Science
• 2016-04: Talk at UMIT Hall, Tirol: Open Science
• 2016-03: Workshop at LMU München: Do's and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis
• 2016-01: Workshop at LMU München: Sequential Tests with Bayes Factors
• 2016-01: Talk at Uni Saarbrücken: Open Science
• 2016-01: Talk at Uni Bielefeld: Sequential Bayes Factors: A flexible and efficient way of optional stopping.

2015


• 2015-12: Workshop at LMU München: How to detect and correct publication bias and p-hacking: An introduction to p-curve, R-Index, and meta-regression.
• 2015-12: Talk at Uni Münster: Open Science
• 2015-12: Talk at Uni Göttingen: Open Science as solution to the credibility crisis in science
• 2015-09: Keynote at DPPD conference in Mainz: Open Science as solution to the credibility crisis in science
• 2015-03: Talk at Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Nürnberg & Köln): "Neuland betreten - mit Verstand und Intuition"


My university courses



Quantitative Methods/ Statistics/ Assessment
• Lecture: Multivariate Statistics
• Psychological Assessment
• Open Science: How to do trustworthy and replicable research
• Polynomial regression and Response Surface Analyses
• Multilevel (mixed effect) models
• Social Relations Analyses in round-robin designs
• Dyadic data analysis
• Robust statistics for personality and individual differences
• Scientific working: Philosophy of science and practical skills
• Coding implicit motives in running text
• Diagnostic of implicit and explicit motives

visit my other website shinyapps.org to see some interactive stats teaching tools!

Personality Psychology, Motivation and Emotion
• Motivation and emotion (lecture)
• Self-control and self-regulation
• Intimacy and autonomy in close relationships
• Implicit power motive and "power stress": Electromyography of the corrugator supercilii
• Confusion technique: Experimental manipulation of intuition
• Mindfulness: Cognitive, clinical, and personality aspects
• Attachment, sexuality, and intimacy: The psychology of romantic love

Practical workshops
• Conversational skills and conflict moderation
• Moderation techniques
• Presenting

For companies


• Emotions - Signals of intuitive expert knowledge
• Intuition
• Will power in (self-) leadership
• Coping effectively with angry customers
• Self-motivation in hard times
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