Registered Reports: Why You Should Try This Innovation in Peer Review

February 22, 2018 Chris Graf

These two infographics from our Registered Reports Toolkit explain what this innovation in peer review is all about, and why researchers – whether acting as authors, readers, journal editors or society leaders – should give them a try. And here they are, below! Also, check-out our interview with David Mellor from the Center for Open Science: “8 Answers About Registered Reports, Research Preregistration, and Why Both Are Important” over here. In that article is a link to the list, curated by Center for Open Science, of journals that offer researchers Registered Reports.

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Chris Graf

Director, Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics at Wiley // Director, Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics at Wiley, and is Co-Chair of COPE, Committee on Publication Ethics (an elected and voluntary position for which he will serve a 2-year term). Chris leads initiatives at Wiley that focus on transparency, research integrity and publishing ethics.

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