Promoting reproducibility with registered reports

  title={Promoting reproducibility with registered reports},
  journal={Nature Human Behaviour},
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • 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… 

The past, present and future of Registered Reports

It is concluded that Registered Reports are promoting reproducibility, transparency and self-correction across disciplines and may help reshape how society evaluates research and researchers.

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The Canadian Journal of School Psychology (CJSP) is offering scholars the opportunity to register research reports and make research protocols publicly available to promote replication, transparency,

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New evidence indicates that preregistration is being circumvented, with authors often deviating from registered plans and not fully disclosing it, and one “crowdsourcing” study showed notable variability in results drawn from the same research question and data set.

A multi-disciplinary perspective on emergent and future innovations in peer review.

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A decentralized framework for cultivating research lifecycle transparency

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The Rise of Preprints and Their Value in Social Sciences and Humanities

  • Q. Vuong
  • Psychology, Art
    Science Editing
  • 2020
In this short essay, I describe the experience I have gained from my own ‘experiments,’ so to speak, on the actual value of non-peer-reviewed preprints in social sciences and humanities and whether

Correspondence of Resting State and Task Brain Networks: Reproducibility and New Insights

The brain networks that are most strongly activated during task performance are shown for each task studied in the present work, providing new insights into task network function.

Replication of Resting State-Task Network Correspondence and Novel Findings on Brain Network Activation During Task fMRI in the Human Connectome Project Study

Findings supporting the replication of a highly cited neuroimaging study that showed correspondence between resting state and task brain networks, and novel findings on activation of brain networks during task performance that arose with this exercise are presented as a demonstration of use of the HCP for replication studies.