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Making Cognitive Neuroscience More Open and Reproducible

Russell Poldrack, PhD – Albert Ray Lang Professor, Department of Psychology, Stanford University and Director, Stanford Center for Open and Reproducible Science

Making Cognitive Neuroscience More Open and Reproducible

About the Talk

Why can researchers generate highly divergent conclusions from the same data? The last decade of neuroscience research has provided clear evidence of a reproducibility problem, related to variables like high flexibility in data analysis strategies or low statistical power of many imaging studies. Dr. Russell Poldrack outlines the role of open science in addressing such issues, and the emerging ecosystem of tools that can help enable a future of transparent and reproducible research.
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Directions to Center for BrainHealth

Brain Performance Institute building at dusk, exterior photo
The entrance to the surface parking lot is on Forest Park Road. The talks will be held in the Brain Performance Institute building, the second building when you enter through the gate.