Pre-registration: The Naysayers Strike Back!

[Excerpts taken from the preprint, “Preregistration is redundant, at best” by Aba Szollosi et al., posted at PsyArXiv Preprints] “The key implication argued by proponents of preregistration is that it improves the diagnosticity of statistical tests…In the strong version of…

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IN THE NEWS: Psychology Today (June 28, 2019)

[From the article “Second-Guessing Predictions: When to trust scientific predictions—and when to ignore them” by Alexander Danvers] “One of the key reforms of the Credibility Revolution in psychology research is the use of preregistration: Scientists write down what they predict will happen…

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Modelling Reproducibility

[From the preprint “A Model-Centric Analysis of Openness, Replication, and Reproducibility”, by Bert Baumgaertner, Berna Devezer, Erkan Buzbas, and Luis Nardin, posted at] “In order to clearly specify the conditions under which we may or may not obtain reproducible results,…

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