Tag: preregistration

  • Research is messy: Two cases of pre-registrations

    Research is messy: Two cases of pre-registrations

    Pre-registrations are becoming increasingly important for studies in psychological research. This is a much needed change since part of the “replication crisis” has to do with too much flexibility in data analysis and interpretation (p-hacking, HARK’ing and the like). Pre-registering a study with planned sample size and planned analyses allows other researchers to understand what […]