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Go to the profile of Ibrahim Yakubu
Ibrahim Yakubu over 1 year ago

Very interesting innovations.

Please note, psychology is wrongly spelt.

Go to the profile of Andrea Aguilar
Andrea Aguilar over 1 year ago

Thank you for letting us know, Ibrahim. We have amended the text.

Go to the profile of veronica donato
veronica donato over 1 year ago

New for me!!!!

Go to the profile of Brina L. DeBrown
Brina L. DeBrown about 1 year ago

This is new information for me. It's great to hear new developments in addressing bias. 


Go to the profile of Brina L. DeBrown
Brina L. DeBrown about 1 year ago

Also, there is a small typo in the second line under "Registered Reports". It reads "The reviewers the assess" when it is assumed that it should read "The reviewers then assess".

Go to the profile of Kamuyu Mwai
Kamuyu Mwai 8 months ago

Good points presented

Go to the profile of Linah Ababneh
Linah Ababneh 3 months ago

Hi Andrea and All:

Based on your vast experience,  I wonder if you can comment on the following.

How often "registered review" and "results-free review" happens in the physical sciences?   I am truly intrigued by the two options, however, and to the best of my knowledge have not seen it under earth sciences/environmental, ecology? More of the interdisciplinary fields.

I bring this point to discussion with lots of enthusiasm. A question that was raised by a lot of my students: why we don't publish bad results? And I agree on that, however, the field norms dictate a lot.

Truly look forward to your answer...

Go to the profile of Oyetoro Oyebode Stephen

Advancements in the field are indeed captivating.