Preregistration in Science




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Why is it important to preregister research studies? How do you do it, and what kind of bad science do you avoid when you do this within an open science framework?
All these questions are answered by our guest, associate professor Matthias Mittner at the research group for cognitive neurosciences at UiT the Arctic University of Norway. The host of this episode is Erik Lieungh.

This episode was first published 9 May 2019.

Author Biographies

Matthias Mittner, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Matthias Mittner is an Associate Professor at the Research group for Cognitive Neuroscience at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. He is teaching within the fields of biological psychology, cognitive neuropsychology and methods/statistics.

Erik Lieungh, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Erik Lieungh is a digital adviser at the University Library and the host and editor of Open Science Talk.



How to Cite

Mittner, M., & Lieungh, E. (2020). Preregistration in Science. Open Science Talk, (18).