In this chapter, the principles described earlier are further elaborated into more specific standards for good research practices. These set out what researchers must take into consideration in their work, individually and as a team. They are for the most part presented separately for each individual phase of the research process: design, conduct, reporting, assessment and peer review and communication. The chapter concludes with a number of standards applicable to all phases. In their elaboration and application, the differences between fundamental, applied and practice-oriented research may be relevant.
Assessment and peer review
Standards that are applicable to all phases of research