Symposium ‘Improving scientific practice’
The persistent notion of the ‘good scientist’ as an infallible, dispassionate seeker of the truth renounces the fact that science is a fundamentally human endeavor (Mahoney, 1976) and thwarts a more constructive discussion about the human factors that play a role in daily scientific practice. Just like other human beings, scientists are not immune to error, bias, irrationality, social influences, mistrust, and dishonesty.
- Professor John P. A. Ioannidis. C.F. Rehnborg Chair in Disease Prevention at Stanford University and Professor of Medicine and Director of the Stanford Prevention Research Center at Stanford University School of Medicine
- Professor Melissa S. Anderson. Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Higher Education, University of Minnesota; Co-Chair, 3rd and 4th World Conferences on Research Integrity.
11 September 2014
Lutherse Kerk (Aula of the University of Amsterdam)
Singel 411, 1012 XM Amsterdam
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