data sharing

They get rhythm--Who could ask for anything more? Commentary on Brakke & Pacheco, 2019

Psychology is harder than physics, and developmental psychology is harder still. The monograph by [Karen Brakke and Matheus Pacheco (2019)](https://doi.org/10.1111/mono.12405) reveals some of the reasons why, and its many positive features emphasize …

Devilish details

I’ve found myself at odds recently with colleagues who, like me, view themselves as advocates for open science. This post attempts to clarify what I see as the crux of our disagreements. We don’t own our data Most researchers feel a strong sense of ownership about our data and often, properly so I think, feel especially protective of our research participants. The fact remains, however, that despite our essential role in determining what data get collected from whom and how, we researchers have the weakest claim to actually owning the data we collect.

PLAY project

The Play & Learning Across a Year Project

Ethical data sharing

Identifiable data *can* be shared ethically.

Practical solutions for sharing data and materials from psychological research

Widespread sharing of data and materials (including displays and text- and video-based descriptions of experimental procedures) will improve the reproducibility of psychological science and accelerate the pace of discovery. In this article, we …

Databrary.org

An open, secure data library for sharing video.

Datavyu.org

An open source tool for video annotation.