Emma Henderson, a graduate student at Kingston University, interviewed Chris Chambers, Chair of the Registered Reports Committee, about the Registered Report process and what it can do for students pursuing their PhDs.
An enduring impact of the Prereg Challenge will be the knowledge base and infrastructure built to sustain it. The expertise that we gained through the process of reviewing over 3,000 preregistrations allowed us to compile a holistic understanding of how the practice can be best implemented.
We interviewed social psychologist Randy McCarthy about his recent experiences publishing a Registered Report.
Gró Einarsdóttir shares her experience with Registered Reports and how it impacted her research process as a graduate student.
I tell researchers that preregistration means putting your research plan in a public repository before you run the study and that the benefits of preregistration depend directly on how much information you put into it.
One of the most frequently asked questions we received about preregistration is “how do I preregister this complex study that will result in many different publications?”
We show you the path towards a smooth and successful preregistration.
One reason why transparency into the research process increases reproducibility is the simple clarity that comes from documenting important materials that are all too often lost. Preserved data, code, and methods allow for others to stand on your shoulders and to push knowledge into new areas.
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