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Plenary given at the 2022 Conference of the Society for Open, Reliable, and Transparent Ecology and Evolutionary Biology **How Peer Community in Registered Reports lets researchers take back control of the publishing process** **11th July 2022, 1400-1530 UTC** **Abstract:** There is a desperate need to reform the production and dissemination of scholarly outputs to increase transparency, reproducibility, timeliness, academic rigor, and equity. I will discuss what researchers are doing to address these issues by sharing ways to tackle biases and facilitate higher quality research that puts researchers back in control using Peer Community in Registered Reports - a free, supra-journal platform that reviews and recommends registered reports across all research fields. **Bio:** Dr. Corina Logan investigates how behavioral flexibility relates to invasion success in grackles (an urban bird) and whether training species to be more flexible increases their chances of success in human modified environments as a Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. She co-founded Peer Community in Registered Reports which is innovating RRs to make them accessible for all fields and types of research, and co-leads the #BulliedIntoBadScience campaign where early career researchers are working to change academic culture to adopt open research practices to improve research rigor.