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<p>Ignoring replications and negative results is bad for science. This special issue presents a novel publishing format – Registered Reports – as a partial solution. Peer review occurs prior to data collection, design and analysis plans are preregistered, and results are reported regardless of outcome. Fifteen Registered Reports of replications of important published results in social psychology are reported with strong confirmatory tests. Further, the articles demonstrate open science practices such as open data, open materials, and disclosure of research process, conflicts of interest, and contributions. The credibility of published science will increase with cultural shifts that accept replications and negative results as viable research outcomes, and when transparency and reproducibility are part of standard research practice. </p>
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