A Call for Open Science in Giftedness Research
Current practices in study design and data analysis have led to low reproducibility and replicability of findings in fields such as psychology, medicine, biology, and economics. Because gifted education research relies on the same underlying statistical and sociological paradigms, it is likely that it too suffers from these problems. This article discusses the origin of the poor replicability and introduces a set of open science practices that can increase the rigor and trustworthiness of gifted education’s scientific findings: preregistration, open data and open materials, registered reports, and preprints. Readers are directed to Internet resources for facilitating open science. To model these practices, a pre peer-review preprint of this article is available at https://psyarxiv.com/nhuv3/.
McBee, Matthew T.; Makel, Matthew C.; Peters, Scott J.; and Matthews, Michael S.. 2018. A Call for Open Science in Giftedness Research. Gifted Child Quarterly. Vol.62(4). 374-388. https://doi.org/10.1177/0016986218784178 ISSN: 0016-9862