Why don’t refugees just get in line and enter a particular destination country legally? Well, as David Fitzgerald (University of California, San Diego) argues in his latest book ‘Refuge Beyond Reach: How Rich Democracies Repel Asylum Seekers‘, many...
Daniël Lakens@hardsci If no ones really knows what the order means (and I really don't know beyond the 1st author), it shows we just need to write out who did what if we want to communicate the contributions of each author.
Daniël LakensNew blog post: The Value of Preregistration for Psychological Science: A Conceptual Analysis daniellakens.blogspot.com/2019/11/the-va… If we want to fruitfully discuss preregistration, we need a clear conceptual definition of preregistration, anchored in your philosophy of science.
There's a sort of Godwin's Law for discussions on open peer review. Sooner or later, someone's going to say, "We can't expect early career researchers to sign peer reviews, because of fear of retaliation". And that's often a discussion-ender. What...
Surveys indicate that researchers are generally positive about making peer reviews available alongside published articles. Researchers are more negative about revealing the identity of reviewers. They worry reviewers will be less likely to...
Daniël LakensNew pre-print: Reviewers' Decision to Sign Reviews is Related to Their Recommendation psyarxiv.com/4va6p When reviewers can volunteer to sign reviews, the proportion of signed reviews is higher for more positive recommendations, than for more negative recommendations. pic.twitter.com/VIWXVashd4
EMBO and EMBO Press are making their journals’ finances public to provide transparency and clarity about what it costs to publish articles in high quality, selective journals.
By EMBO Director Maria Leptin