Promoting reproducibility with registered reports

@article{2017PromotingRW,
  title={Promoting reproducibility with registered reports},
  author={},
  journal={Nature Human Behaviour},
  year={2017},
  volume={1}
}
  • Published 2017
  • Nature Human Behaviour
Across the social and biomedical sciences, there is a pressing realization that, in order to increase the reliability of scientific results, we need to change how research is carried out, evaluated, reported, and incentivized. Ten leading advocates for the reform of scientific practices set out ‘A manifesto for reproducible science’ in this first issue of Nature Human Behaviour (article no. 0021). They put forward a set of proposals for the optimization of the scientific process that require… Expand

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