Jason Doherty
Thu 23 Nov 2017, 13:00 - 14:00
Room S37, Department of Psychology, 7 George Square

If you have a question about this talk, please contact: Anna Mas-casadesus (s1462664)

The WoMAAC project brings together researchers from three different theories of working memory in an 'adversarial collaboration'. The project aims to test these theories against one another by collaboratively conceiving, designing, and running experiments across multiple labs. Utilising methods such as preregistration, open science, and cross-lab replication, our first set of experiments investigated dual-task costs in young adults in a number of different experimental conditions. As well as summarising these data, my talk will also discuss our process of adversarial collaboration and the challenges involved in running such studies.