I had to double-check, but it seems that I’ve neglected to write about taking the 2-day KLI course ‘Designing Studies with High Informational Value’ back in September, 2015, held at the Vrije Universiteit. It was a very good course, and especially useful for graduate students and anyone who is contemplating a career in (psychological) science. The course was taught by Dr. Daniel Lakens of the Eindhoven University of Technology, and by Dr. Ellen Evers and Dr. Uri Simonsohn of The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. For me personally, it was an eye-opening and highly informative course (I did my first P-curve analyses on my own data during the lectures) and now the course is available on Coursera. Since I’m setting up my research project here in Tuebingen during the week, I’m mostly enjoying it as a refresher course on the weekends.