Preregistration prioritizes a study’s design quality above its outcome, which promotes transparency, replication, and collaboration within the scientific community.
Use AsPredicted to pre-register studies and get a unique URL to share with others.
Use the Open Science Framework (OSF), a free, start-to-finish project management tool and repository.
Look through Registered Report’s list of journals who participate in pre-registration.
Read/watch the HHS’ guide on Pre-Registering Studies – What Is It, How Do You Do It, and Why? which dispels some common misconceptions related to pre-registration.
Use PLOS – Open Science, a publisher that accepts preprints, preregistered research, protocols, and code, and other materials.
Publishing practices can promote or hinder open science depending on the model used to pay for journals. Choosing a publisher that supports open access can aid the equitable discovery and application of research findings.