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Günther, A. & Weichselgartner, E. (2012, Juli). Sharing research data in psychology: Resistance, benefits and initiatives. (PDF) 30th International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Kapstadt, Südafrika.

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    Günther, A. & Weichselgartner, E. (2012, Juli). Sharing research data in psychology: Resistance, benefits and initiatives. (PDF) 30th International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Kapstadt, Südafrika. Günther, A. & Weichselgartner, E. (2012, Juli). Sharing research data in psychology: Resistance, benefits and initiatives. (PDF) 30th International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Kapstadt, Südafrika. Presentation Transcript

    • A R M I N G Ü N T H E RE R I C H W E I C H S E L G A R T N E RL E I B N I Z I N S T I T U T E F O RP S Y C H O L O G Y I N F O R M A T I O N ( Z P I D )T R I E R , G E R M A N Y3 0 t h I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o n g r e s s o f P s y c h o l o g yC a p e T o w n , 2 6 . J u l y 2 0 1 2Sharing research data in psychology:Resistance, benefits and initiatives
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, GermanyData Sharing:Past, Present… “It is becoming increasinglyimportant for psychologists toarchive their research data sothat it can be reexamined andreanalyzed by others. […]Nevertheless, it is often difficultor impossible to obtain researchdata.”Bryant, F. B. & Wortman, P. M. (1978). Secondary analysis. The case for data archives.American Psychologist, 33, 381-387.
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany Reasons for preservation ofresearch data It will stimulate the advancement ofscience (new research can build onexisting knowledge)From: PARSE.Insight 2009, p 24.n = 1213 researchers, multiple disciplinesData Sharing:Past, Present…
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany Requests for data from APAauthors (success rates) 1962: 24% (9/37)Wolins, L (1962). Responsibility for raw data. American Psychologist, 17, 657-658. 2005: 27% (38/141)Wicherts, J. M., Borsboom, D., Kats, J. & Molenaar, D. (2006). The poor availability ofpsychological research data for reanalysis. American Psychologist, 61, 726-728.Data Sharing:Past, Present…
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany Validity of research findings New findings from existing data Meta-analyses and aggregation Avoiding expensive duplications Preserving unique data (and many more) Transparency and opennessBenefits ofData Sharing
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany No incentives But costs: labor, time, money competitive disadvantages misuse of data impairment of reputation Legal barriers Commercial interests in data (and more)Resistance toData Sharing
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, GermanyP s y c h D a t aResearch Data Centerfor PsychologyData sets (examples):Initiatives:PsychData
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, GermanyInitiatives:PsychDataDataDocumentation:• Variable-level• Study-levelArchiving + Publishing (metadata)DataContract: Data creator/PsychDataContract: Data user/PsychData
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany Data related characteristics Keep data available/understandable Large/varying groups of researchers Data driven design Expensive data collection (and more)Initiatives:LongitudinalStudies
    • Günther/Weichselgartner, Leibniz Insitute for Psychology Information, Trier, GermanyOpennessas a principle of modern research ethicsInformation TechnologieInfrastructures, Paradigms, StandardsData Preservation and Sharing++=Summary