A Template for Preregistration of Quantitative Research in Psychology: Report of the Joint Psychological Societies Preregistration Task Force

@inproceedings{Bonjak2021ATF,
  title={A Template for Preregistration of Quantitative Research in Psychology: Report of the Joint Psychological Societies Preregistration Task Force},
  author={Michael Bo{\vs}njak and Christian J. Fiebach and David Thomas Mellor and Stefanie Mueller and Daryl B. O'Connor and Frederick Louis Oswald and Rosemarie I Sokol-Chang},
  year={2021}
}
Recent years have seen dramatic changes in research practices in psychological science. In particular, preregistration of study plans prior to conducting a study has been identified as an important tool to help increase the transparency of science and to improve the robustness of psychological research findings. This article presents the Psychological Research Preregistration-Quantitative (PRP-QUANT) Template produced by a Joint Psychological Societies Preregistration Task Force consisting of… Expand