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### [Registration Forms and Templates][1] ### | Registration Forms | Description | Templates | | ------ | ---------- | -------- | | OSF Prereg* ([citable from this preprint][2]) | This is our standard, comprehensive, and general purpose preregistration form. |[Google Doc][3], [OSF Workflow][4],[R Markdown by Frederik Aust][5], [R Markdown by James Bartlett][6] | | Open-Ended Registration | Summary of registered work with a time-stamped snapshot of a research project. **Use this one if you are registering a completed project with data or materials.** | [Word][7], [GoogleDoc][8] | | Qualitative Preregistration* ([Haven et al 2020][9]) | Template for registering primarily qualitative work. | [Word][10], [GoogleDoc][11], [FAQ][48] | | AsPredicted Preregistration* form [here][12] | Eight questions derived from content recommended by [AsPredicted.org][13]. | [Word][14], [GoogleDoc][15] | | OSF-Standard Pre-Data Collection Registration | State whether data have been collected or viewed and other pertinent comments. **Use this one if your pre-analysis plan is uploaded on OSF as a doc** | [Word][16], [GoogleDoc][17] | | Replication Recipe ([Brandt et al., 2013][18]): Pre-Registration* | Register a replication study with a series of questions regarding the original work. | [Word][19], [GoogleDoc][20] | | Replication Recipe ([Brandt et al., 2013][21]): Post-Completion | Register a replication study after it has been conducted with questions regarding the outcomes of the replication. | [Word][22], [GoogleDoc][23] | | Pre-Registration in Social Psychology ([van 't Veer & Giner-Sorolla, 2016][24])* | Preregister a research study outlining the hypotheses, methods, and analysis plan | [Word][25], [GoogleDoc][26], [OSF][27] | | Registered Report Protocol Preregistration | Register your protocol AFTER having been given "in-principle acceptance" from a [Registered Report][28] journal | [Word][29], [GoogleDoc][30], [OSF Workflow][31] | | Secondary Data Preregistration* | For preregistering a research project that uses an existing dataset. | [OSF Page][33], [Example][34], [FAQ][47] | ---------- **Not Available on OSF** These forms are not available as guided workflows on the OSF, but rather as template docs that you can fill out and register using the "Open-Ended Registration" form. We are always evaluating our guided workflows and will likely include one or more of these in the future. | Registration Forms | Description | Templates | | ------ | ---------- | -------- | | OLD "Qualitative Research Preregistration" | This is an earlier version of the form that is now included on OSF | [OSF page][32] | | Cognitive Modeling (Model Application)* | Use when you wish to apply a cognitive model as a measurement tool to test hypotheses about parameters of the cognitive model | [OSF Page][35] and [Preprint][36] | | fMRI Preregistration Template* | This project provides a detailed preregistration template for fMRI studies and provides some guidance for common difficulties that can occur for fMRI preregistration projects. | [OSF page][37] | | Open Stats Lab and Project Tier* | This preregistration template is geared towards researchers who have little experience with preregistering studies | [OSF Page][38] | ---------- * Starred forms are complete preregistration templates. Other forms are for completed studies or only provide minimal space to describe your project documents hosted in your OSF project. ---------- **No Longer Available** | Registration Forms | Description | Templates | | ------ | ---------- | -------- | | Election Research Preacceptance Competition | This form was available for those working on the 2016 American National Election Study data for the competition. See [http://www.erpc2016.com/][39] for more details. | [Word][40] [GoogleDoc][41] | | Prereg Challenge | This form was designed to guide users through a complete preregistration of a study and its analysis plan. Users could enter it into the [Preregistration Challenge][42], or have it registered without review. At the end of that campaign, the form was revised and is now "OSF Prereg", see above. | [Word][43], [GoogleDoc][44], [R Markdown][45] | ---------- For general information about preregistration, see [cos.io/prereg][46] [1]: https://osf.io/zab38/wiki/home/?view [2]: https://osf.io/preprints/metaarxiv/epgjd/ [3]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DaNmJEtBy04bq1l5OxS4JAscdZEkUGATURWwnBKLYxk/edit?pli=1 [4]: http://osf.io/prereg [5]: https://github.com/crsh/prereg [6]: https://github.com/BartlettJE/BartlettJE.github.io/blob/master/RMarkdown-scripts/OSF%20preregistration%20template.Rmd [7]: https://osf.io/haadc/ [8]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rVoREUJlzbMWWUJc-4KrhoZSRez4Y3fztqVs_9_N39A/edit [9]: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1609406920976417 [10]: https://osf.io/w4ac2/ [11]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fYQgzQsqlokFecOthoH8zFTnbKjuOJWgvmERquZUDsE/edit?usp=sharing [12]: https://aspredicted.org/ [13]: https://aspredicted.org/ [14]: http://osf.io/fnsb6/ [15]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13FFwD_UNUyA4O0iOGyy66_EViN1LkkM4QT_iiUiOwEE/edit [16]: https://osf.io/9j6d7/ [17]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z1FegO0xODofIhCYYcbYw5fphWgbz7vYlXGjr281-R4/edit [18]: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022103113001819 [19]: https://osf.io/4jd46/ [20]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s96Yrojj-0RgwXJFOA-CD-ZnbMguYKyBXq5q8ZjrGZA/edit [21]: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022103113001819 [22]: https://osf.io/9rp6j/ [23]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N4WV2hdke1LyTmToGwzMnfrUydYY77Wy1Ufsb4yHgn8/edit [24]: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022103116301925 [25]: https://osf.io/ce3hr/ [26]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P8IUOR3fCxAVrpb-qrpIr1Wv_Po4BvxEgDBG5LIQVzI/edit [27]: https://osf.io/k5wns/ [28]: http://cos.io/rr [29]: https://osf.io/gm36s/ [30]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CUmz76XCB4xxcnsaaV09Wbv1UfCL2CHuqHK7LYODNSw/edit#heading=h.1twclk7o3p4z [31]: http://osf.io/rr [32]: https://osf.io/j7ghv/wiki/home/ [33]: https://osf.io/x4gzt/ [34]: https://osf.io/6t72r/ [35]: https://osf.io/2qbkc/wiki/home/ [36]: https://psyarxiv.com/2hykx [37]: https://osf.io/6juft/ [38]: https://osf.io/n39tr/ [39]: http://www.erpc2016.com/ [40]: https://osf.io/8cdrp/ [41]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FT8zVMwAd1SFQUnjEbAik9HevKT_cmxXqV4QxQaVx3g/edit [42]: https://cos.io/prereg/ [43]: https://osf.io/jea94/ [44]: https://drive.google.com/previewtemplate?id=1T25vXrpsHS8NzRsvNhqIPK1LgYYtoN8jFF_iyLedM-s&mode=public [45]: https://github.com/BartlettJE/BartlettJE.github.io/blob/master/RMarkdown-scripts/OSF%20pre-reg%20challenge%20template.Rmd [46]: http://cos.io/prereg [47]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uJR2D4rLbGXLG1lESRjX9cQ12LVl2APoK2rJj4OGaRU/edit?usp=sharing [48]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oDrvMEOXQlCTF1RpvVxgwSS6nwwxMTuOfS7uYEp9Jc4/edit?usp=sharing
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