Global Data Revolution
Contemporary scientific research is both collaborative and international in scope as can be seen in the growing number of multi-authored journal publications as well as citation practices.
Shifting agendas and competing interests in the policy and planning communities have emerged as of special interest to the PsySiP Project. In preparing our series of high-level policy briefs for the United Nations Economic and Social Council - as well as our series of briefings for the scientific community - the PsySiP team has focused attention on the nature of the "grand challenges" confronting national and international leaders interested in fostering the sophisticated and interactive networks needed to yield accurate and dependable insights into state of science and technology and its role in national and regional affairs.
"Towards a Global Data Revolution in the History of Psychology: A Roundtable Discussion," August 11, 2018, P. Flattau, Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA
"The Data Revolution in Africa: A Role for Citizen-Generated Data," June 28, 2018, K.A. Kaijage, International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
"Text Analysis Reveals that Behavioral Neuroscientists Reach Chiefly to Australia, France, and Britain in Selecting Research Methodologies." P. Flattau, Association for Psychological Science, Annual Meeting, May 21 - 24, 2015. New York City.
"Strategic Placement of Citations in the Development of Formal Arguments in Behavioral Neuroscience." P. Flattau, International Congress of Applied Psychology, July 9,2014, Paris, France.