Project: Open science prevalence and predictors in scientific literature on reading

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DOI
10.33009/ldbase.1708962249.89e4

This study is a meta-scientific systematic review of published research literature in the content area of reading in order to estimate the prevalence of participation in key open science practices amongst authors publishing on this topic. This study is a conceptual replication and extension of previous studies by Cook et al. (2023) and Hardwicke et al. (2020; 2021). Rather than estimating the prevalence of open science practices among scientific literature authored by researchers in a particular discipline (e.g., special education or psychology), our review focuses on literature published on a particular topic in 2023: the scientific study of reading, anchored in the Simple View of Reading (Hoover & Gough, 1980).

Project Active From
February 2024 to present
Project Descriptor(s)
Developmental Design
Funding Agency / Grant Number
Institute of Educational Sciences [IES] / R305B200020

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  • Document: OSR Preregistration Qualtrics Form Export
    Last update: February 26, 2024
    Description: This document is an export of the Qualtrics forms that will be used by coders for the current systematic review. These are the initial versions associated with the preregistration published on 26 Febr...
  • Document: Pre-Registration: Open Science of Reading Review
    Last update: February 26, 2024
    Description: This is a pre-registration for a study beginning February 2024. The study is a meta-scientific systematic review of published research literature in the content area of reading in order to estimate t...

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