11 November 2021 - 11 November 2021
12:00PM - 1:00PM
How do we apply open science practices to neurodevelopmental research? In this talk, Dr. Hobson will discuss her experiences conducting a registered report, and asking autism journals to offer this format. She will also summarise investigations into the typical statistical power of a study into developmental disorders.
Registration link open on 28th October via Eventbrite:
Lecturer in Psychology at the Department of Psychology, University of York
Dr. Hannah Hobson completed her DPhil at Oxford University in 2016, examining imitation abilities in children with autism or Developmental Language Disorder, and measures of brain systems argued to support imitation. She moved to York in 2019 after completing a post-doc and previous lectureship post. She helps direct the Development, Disorders & Clinical Practice MSc at York's Psychology Department and has an active interest in reproducibility in psychology and the biomedical & social sciences.