Does preregistration improve the credibility of research findings

  title={Does preregistration improve the credibility of research findings},
  author={Mark Rubin},
  journal={arXiv: Other Statistics},
  • Mark Rubin
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • arXiv: Other Statistics
  • Preregistration entails researchers registering their planned research hypotheses, methods, and analyses in a time-stamped document before they undertake their data collection and analyses. This document is then made available with the published research report to allow readers to identify discrepancies between what the researchers originally planned to do and what they actually ended up doing. This historical transparency is supposed to facilitate judgments about the credibility of the… CONTINUE READING

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