In defence of preregistration

This post is a response to “Pre-Registration of Analysis of Experiments is Dangerous for Science” by Mel Slater (2016). Preregistration is stating what you’re going to do and how you’re going to do it before you collect data (for more detail, read this). Slater gives a few examples of hypothetical (but highly plausible) experiments and explains why preregistering the analyses of the studies (not preregistration of the studies themselves) would not have worked. I will reply to his comments and attempt to show why he is wrong. read more

Podcast list

I’ve recently discovered podcasts and they are awesome. They’re a great way to learn interesting new things, especially when you’re travelling. So this post is a collection of fantastic podcasts that I listen to and would recommend you pick up.¬†Any suggestions are welcome so please let me know if there are any you like. (*= my favourites).

Social and Life sciences:

*Everything Hertz: Discussions about biological psychiatry, psychology, and the process of science with heavy sarcasm. (iTunes) (Soundcloud) read more