About the Center Get more information about COS goals and activities from the COS business plan: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HWJxPkyuMo49uzhEsvK5HxhyrSFR3Ys625NqHY3zmsk/edit?pli=1 Center for Open Science COS _f50a94vc-3f02-1e10-b991-79167a64bc2a The Center for Open Science (COS) is a non-profit organization based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Brian Nosek Brian Nosek received a Ph.D. in from Yale University in 2002 and is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia. In 2007, he received early career awards from the International Social Cognition Network (ISCON) and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI). He co-founded Project Implicit (http://projectimplicit.net/) an Internet-based multi-university collaboration of research and education about implicit cognition - thoughts and feelings that exist outside of awareness or control. Nosek investigates the gap between values and practices - such as when behavior is influenced by factors other than one's intentions and goals. Research applications of this interest are implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, automaticity, social judgment and decision-making, attitudes, beliefs, ideology, morality, identity, memory, and barriers to innovation. Through lectures, training, and consulting, Nosek applies scientific research to improve the alignment between personal and organizational values and practices. Nosek also co-founded and directs the Center for Open Science (COS; http://centerforopenscience.org) that operates the Open Science Framework (http://openscienceframework.org/). The COS aims to increase openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scientific research. Jeffrey Spies http://people.virginia.edu/~js6ew/ b3998a5e-4848-4025-8f7d-57ef38209923 To improve the alignment between scientific values and scientific practices to improve the accumulation and application of knowledge. 8d0e60d3-d025-4ab1-99a0-47436c39ae5b Scientific Values Scientific Practices Technology Operating with a technology start-up atmosphere and mindset, the COS team moves quickly, identifies problems and creates solutions, encourages risk-taking, blends science and technology, and is collaborative, high energy, and dedicated to openness. Risk-Taking Collaboration Openness Infrastructure Development Support the scientific workflow and connect technologies that support scientific research and communication dce2ac96-9bba-44e1-a1f9-1adff3777d84 1 Infrastructure development to support the scientific workflow and to connect technologies that support scientific research and communication, such as the Open Science Framework. 3711292f-2cc4-42d7-a145-0db2da251a2a 83fdeab6-3601-490e-acdf-f3031dfb757f Community Building Build communities on open practices c52b28b1-258d-4629-8de5-6af31f4b952a 2 Open-Source Developers Open Science Researchers Scientific Community Community building on open practices among open-source developers, open science researchers, and the broader scientific community, such as the Open Science Collaboration. 8d5b0417-03e8-4fe1-84ea-f0f9a0b9f137 86c3c371-293c-410f-a576-9103b15b4423 Metascience [Conduct] research on scientific practices 8ab86f62-9abe-40a7-9548-5b7b6d8c09a0 3 Metascience, research on scientific practices, such as the Reproducibility Project. 1c29ec6a-1f7d-4cec-8464-5231624ecec1 ac9b2ef4-4208-4a27-b070-90085d1f62c5 2013-07-31 http://centerforopenscience.org/about/ Owen Ambur Owen.Ambur@verizon.net Submit error.