An excess of positive results: Comparing the standard Psychology literature with Registered Reports

« When studies with positive results that support the tested hypotheses have a higher probability of being published than studies with … Continuer la lecture de « An excess of positive results: Comparing the standard Psychology literature with Registered Reports »

Source > psyarxiv.com, Scheel, A. M., Schijen, M., & Lakens, D. (2020, February 5), https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/p6e9c

Registered Reports: views from editors, reviewers and authors

« Aim: We wanted to learn how the Registered Report article format was working for key stakeholder groups at the publisher … Continuer la lecture de « Registered Reports: views from editors, reviewers and authors »

Source > osf.io, DeHaven, Alexander C., et al., 2019, MetaArXiv. September 17. doi:10.31222/osf.io/ndvek

Open-access megajournals lose momentum as the publishing model matures

« When PLOS ONE debuted in 2006, its founders declared it would transform scientific publishing. It was the first multidisciplinary, large-volume, … Continuer la lecture de « Open-access megajournals lose momentum as the publishing model matures »

Source > sciencemag.org, Jeffrey Brainard, 10 septembre 2019

Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey 2018

« (…) In this seventh triennial cycle, we surveyed a random sample of faculty within the United States on topics from … Continuer la lecture de « Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey 2018 »

Source > sr.ithaka.org, Melissa Blankstein, Christine Wolff-Eisenberg, 12 avril 2019, DOI: https://doi.org/10.18665/sr.311199

Cambridge University Press launches new model for scholarly publishing

« Cambridge University Press has launched a new publishing model to provide an outlet for world-class research and writing that sits … Continuer la lecture de « Cambridge University Press launches new model for scholarly publishing »

Source > cambridge.org, 15 janvier 2019