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Congratulations to Furtuna Tewolde (Experimental Psychology MSc Student) for winning a Pre-Registration Challenge Prize for her recent MSc project.

Tewolde FG, Bishop DVM, Manning C (2017) Visual Motion Prediction and Verbal False Memory Performance in Autistic Children. Autism Research

The Pre-Registration Challenge is run by the US based organisation Centre for Open Science and aims to increase openness, integrity and reproducibility of research. Read more about the challenge here and how you can take the pre-registration challenge. 

This prize has also contributed to the University of Oxford being ranked the top place for pre-registered research.

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