Lateralisation for written language in primary school students at risk for dyslexia
Cerebral lateralization of writing in students at risk for dyslexia using functional Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography
Recommendation: posted 01 December 2022, validated 01 December 2022
Krishnan, S. (2022) Lateralisation for written language in primary school students at risk for dyslexia. Peer Community in Registered Reports, . https://rr.peercommunityin.org/articles/rec?id=214
Level of bias control achieved: Level 6. No part of the data or evidence that will be used to answer the research question yet exists and no part will be generated until after IPA.
List of eligible PCI RR-friendly journals:
- Advances in Cognitive Psychology
- Brain and Neuroscience Advances
- Infant and Child Development
- NeuroImage: Reports
- Peer Community Journal
- Royal Society Open Science
- Swiss Psychology Open
The recommender in charge of the evaluation of the article and the reviewers declared that they have no conflict of interest (as defined in the code of conduct of PCI) with the authors or with the content of the article.
Evaluation round #1
DOI or URL of the report: https://osf.io/wm72a/?view_only=c9183786a8d849fb81ddd852ee7c5b13
Author's Reply, 12 Oct 2022
Decision by Saloni Krishnan, posted 01 Aug 2022
I have now received reviews from two experts in the field. The reviewers are enthusiastic about the topic and research questions, but raise several issues. I believe their recommendations will help improve the clarity, replicability, and interpretation of the results.
As the reviewers highlight, these issues can be addressed in revision. I am therefore pleased to invite you to submit a revised version of this manuscript. Please include a point-by-point response to the reviewers when submitting your revised manuscript.