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A suggestion to overcome publication bias towards positive findings.

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    What do you think about publishing negative results? They offer to submit project design and protocols to a journal before doing experiments. If journal accept project after peer-review, results will be published even if they are negative, or not not as expected in first hypothesis.

    I think it is a good idea to prevent bias in results. Otherwise, researchers force experiments until getting “desired” results.

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      Definietely improves the quality of the research as you have to present everything. However, protocols can change on-the-go and that may cause a problem.