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Making ERP research more transparent: Guidelines for preregistration.
TLDR
An overview of the problems associated with undisclosed analytic flexibility is presented, why and how EEG researchers would benefit from adopting preregistration are discussed, and guidelines and examples on how to preregister data preprocessing and analysis steps in typical ERP studies are provided.
The Sustainability Argument for Open Science
Ever-increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions narrow the timeframe for humanity to mitigate the climate crisis. Scientific research activities are resource demanding and, consequently,
A pan is not for writing Making and testing a tool for online feedback on vowel production of the English / ɛ / – / æ / contrast
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Adding Music to a Vowel Contrast Can the learning of an unknown vowel contrast benefit from the addition of musical features to a distributional learning task ?
In this thesis I investigated whether the addition of musical features to a distributional learning task can help the learning of an unknown vowel contrast. 40 participants were presented with a
Title: A Community-Sourced Glossary of Open Scholarship Terms Authors:
Sam Parsons‡1, Flávio Azevedo‡2, Mahmoud M. Elsherif‡3,4, Samuel Guay5, Owen N. Shahim6, Gisela H. Govaart7,8, Emma Norris9, Aoife O’Mahony10, Adam J. Parker1,11, Ana Todorovic1, Charlotte R.
Making ERP Research More Transparent: Guidelines for Preregistration
A combination of confirmation bias, hindsight bias, and pressure to publish may prompt the (unconscious) exploration of various methodological options and reporting only the ones that lead to a