Paths in strange spaces: A comment on preregistration

  title={Paths in strange spaces: A comment on preregistration},
  author={D Navarro},
  • D. Navarro
  • Published 23 September 2020
  • Computer Science
This is an archived version of a blog post on preregistration. The first half of the post argues that there is not a strong justification for preregistration as a tool to solve problems with statistical inference (p-hacking); the second half argues that preregistration has a stronger justification as one tool (among many) that can aid scientists in documenting our projects. [Note that this archival version exists only because the blog itself no longer does, and as the original has been cited… 
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  • Will M. Gervais
  • Medicine
    Perspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science
  • 2021
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