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Questionable research practices (QRP) have been defined as “design, analytic, or reporting practices that have been questioned because of the potential for the practice to be employed with the purpose of presenting biased evidence in favor of an assertion” [Banks et al. 2016a]. In this study we address the following research question: Which factors predict QRP in randomized controlled trials?
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