Registered Reports

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Description: A research publishing format in which protocols and analysis plans are peer reviewed and registered prior to data collection, then published regardless of outcome.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal

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Registered Reports Peer review before results are known to align scientific values and practices Please see the Registered Reports website (https://cos.io/rr) for up to date information about this publishing format, including detailed information for editors, a current list of participating journals, and a comprehensive FAQ.

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  • Registered Reports: A Method to Increase the Credibility of Published Reports

    From abstract: Ignoring replications and negative results is bad for science. This special issue presents a novel publishing format – Registered Repor...

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  • Replications of Important Results in Social Psychology: Special Issue of Social Psychology

    Fifteen Registered Reports that had peer review prior to data collection

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  • Registered Reports at Collabra: Psychology

    This project page contains resources specific to Registered Reports at Collabra: Psychology, published by the University of California Press in affili...

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