Materials & Downloads
The table below summarizes the materials that authors need to provide in the different tracks and at the different stages of the process.
|Repository Track||Lab Track - PsychLab online||Lab Track - PsychLab offline|
|Basic requirement: hypotheses + sampling plan + analysis plan as PDF/A (an ISO-standardized PDF specialized for use in the archiving and long-term preservation of electronic documents).||Manuscript minus the results and discussion sections. Without altering the introduction and methods section, these are ideally added after data analysis has been completed (see Author Guidelines for more information).
Possible data formats: OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, Rich text Format (RTF).
|Meta data||Meta data|
|Abstract, names, and affiliations of the authors (will be requested during the submission process).||Abstract, names, and affiliations of the authors (will be requested during the submission process).|
|Suggestions of reviewers|
|Names, email addresses, and affiliations of 3 to 5 potential reviewers (will be requested during the submission process).|
|Sample description||Experimental code/file for running your study|
|Please fill out this form and upload it as a separate document during the submission process.||A list of available software and hardware can be found at PsychLab offline.|
|Can be implemented with Unipark, SoSci, or any other suitable software.
Note that the requirements of your desired sample need to be implemented in your survey (e.g., quota variables, filter conditions, randomizations, ...).
Screen recordings or screenshots of the data collection process to increase the reuse potential of data. A tutorial for creating screen recordings can be found here.
|After data collection||Data (anonymized)|
Data (anonymized) to be archived and published in PsychArchives.
|Upon completion of the data collection (optionally, after an embargo period), the collected data have to be made available for archiving and publication in PsychArchives.|
In this section, we provide some templates that can be used to create a preregistration protocol.
- The Preregistration for Quantitative Research in Psychology Template was developed in a joint effort by a task force composed of members of the APA, BPS, DGPS, the COS, and ZPID.
We provide the template
- The JARS Template is derived from the APA Style Journal Article Reporting Standards and provides a rather detailed list of aspects that should be included in a protocol.
When applying for the lab track with an online study, please fill out and submit this sample description form as a separate document during the online submission process.