Sarah Peters, a PhD student from the School of Experimental Psychology and Biomedical Research Centre, has been awarded a $1,000 "Preregistration Challenge" prize from Open Science Framework.
The Center for Open Science are currently running a $1 Million “Preregistration Challenge”, where they are giving away $1,000 to 1,000 researchers who preregister their projects before they publish them.
Sarah, who is based in the School of Experimental Psychology and Biomedical Research Centre, was one of the researchers to recieve a $1,000 reward from this ongoing campaign.
Her project, run in collaboration with Dr Oliver Robinson from University College London and Jim Lumsden, Professor Marcus Munafò, and Professor Ian Penton-Voak from the University of Bristol, was titled “Cognitive bias modification for facial interpretation: A randomized controlled trial of transfer to self-report and cognitive measures in a healthy sample." See here
to read the full study.
For further details on Sarah's preregistration experience please see her blog post here.
For further details on the Preregistration process please see here.