11 Feb @ 9:28 AM
A New Journal for a New Era

In their editorial, Harris Cooper and Gary R. VandenBos introduce Archives of Scientific Psychology as a response to recent changes in how social, behavioral, and cognitive scientists communicate with one another and with the public, as well as a response to changes in what people expect to learn when they read a scientific research report. The subject matter of this new open access journal will contain the entire discipline of psychology. Readers will find articles on subjects ranging from neuroscience to political psychology, and all points in between. The editors describe the unique features of the new journal, including its emphasis on open methods and open data. To read the editorial, see http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/arc/1/1/1.html

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The subject matter of articles published in Archives of Scientific Psychology spans the entire discipline of psychology. Journal readers will find articles on subjects ranging from neuroscience to political psychology, and all topics in between. Articles will also describe research conducted using any of the methods used by researchers in psychology — experimental, descriptive, and research synthesis, quantitative and qualitative.
Archives of Scientific Psychology is an open-methods, collaborative data sharing, and open-access journal: All articles published in Archives are free and open to the public; authors have completed a questionnaire that provides a finely nuanced description of the study's rationale, method, results, and interpretation; and the authors have made available for use by others the data that underlie the analyses presented in the paper.

To find out more about the journal see http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/arc/

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