Secondary Data Preregistration

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Description: This project contains a template and instructions for registering a research project that uses an existing dataset.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal

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Secondary Data Preregistation Scope and Background Preregistration is the process of specifying project details, such as hypotheses, data collection procedures, and analytical decisions, prior to conducting a study. It is designed to make a clearer distinction between data-driven, exploratory work and a-priori, confirmatory work. Both modes of research are valuable, but are easy to unintentionall...

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  • Preregistration for Qualitative Research Template

    A project to encourage the use of preregistrations among researchers who use qualitative methods

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  • Templates of OSF Registration Forms

    This project contains templates and background information for registration forms used on the OSF

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  • Developing Pre-Registration Plans for Secondary Data Analysis - DEVSEC18 Workshop

    This is the homepage for the pre-registration workshop conducted at DEVSEC18 in Tempe, AZ, October 4, 2018. More information on the conference is avai...

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