Is childhood adversity associated with a heightened response to opioids?
Does childhood adversity alter opioid drug reward? A conceptual replication in outpatients before surgery
Recommendation: posted 07 April 2023, validated 11 April 2023
Chambers, C. (2023) Is childhood adversity associated with a heightened response to opioids?. Peer Community in Registered Reports, 100394. 10.24072/pci.rr.100394
This is a stage 2 based on:
URL to the preregistered Stage 1 protocol: https://osf.io/7ymts
Level of bias control achieved: Level 2. At least some data/evidence that was used to answer the research question had been accessed and partially observed by the authors prior to IPA, but the authors certify that they had not yet observed the key variables within the data that were used to answer the research question AND they took additional steps to maximise bias control and rigour.
- Addiction Research & Theory
- Infant and Child Development
- 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/jzpc2?view_only=4238d2ee3d654c4f908a94efea82a027
Version of the report: v1 dated 02/02/2023
Author's Reply, 31 Mar 2023
Decision by Chris Chambers, posted 07 Mar 2023, validated 07 Mar 2023
The three reviewers from Stage 1 returned to evaluate your Stage 2 manuscript, and I'm happy to see that their evaluations are unanimously positive. There are, however, some useful comments that should help further refine the final article, including suggestions for presentation of results, clarifying the interpretration, and new content for the Discussion. We look forward to receiving your revised submission in due course.