May 08 2013
Psychological Inquiry is an international forum for the discussion of theory and meta-theory. The journal strives to publish articles that represent broad, provocative, and debatable theoretical ideas primarily in the areas of social psychology and personality.
In a major contribution to the era-defining debate, this full Special Issue of Psychological Inquiry offers a range of views on how the Open Access Science movement will impact the study and practice of Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences.
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- Scientific Utopia: I. Opening Scientific Communication – Brian A. Nosek & Yoav Bar-Anan
- Toward Open Behavioral Science – Karen E. Adolph et al.
- Does Open Scientific Communication Increase the Quality of Knowledge? – Jens B. Asendorpf
- A Librarian’s Defense of the Practicable Over the Perfect in Scholarly Communication – Jill Cirasella
- Missteps on the Road to Scientific Utopia – Joel Cooper
- Improving Science by Improving Scientific Communication: The View From the APA Publications and Communications Board – Jennifer Crocker
- What Do We Really Want? – David Dunning
- Seeking the Road to Utopia – Paul Fendley
- Will We March to Utopia, or Be Dragged There? Past Failures and Future Hopes for Publishing Our Science – Roger Giner-Sorolla
- Scientific Communication Is Down at the Moment, Please Check Again Later – John P. A. Ioannidis
- Leveraging the Wisdom of Crowds in a Data-Rich Utopia – Ravi Iyer & Jesse Graham
- A Dinosaur Comments on the Coming Apocalypse: Does Anybody Else See That Asteroid? – Laura A. King
- Scientific Utopia or Scientific Dystopia? – Scott O. Lilienfeld
- Modernizing Science – Benjamin W. Mooneyham et al.
- Cheaper and Better: Why Scientific Advancement Demands the Move to Open Access Publishing – Don A. Moore & Elizabeth R. Tenney
- Scientific Utopia: That Which Cannot Exist? – Alison Mudditt & Michael A. Hogg
- Let’s Publish Fewer Papers – Leif D. Nelson et al.
- Let’s Try and Fix the Current Publishing System Before Making Dramatic Change – Richard E. Petty
- The Future of Scientific Publication in Psychology: Utopias and Dystopias – Harry T. Reis
- How Should We Manage Peer Review and Why? – Rebecca Saxe
- Scientific Utopia … or Too Much Information? – Barbara A. Spellman
- Beginning at Nosek and Bar-Anan’s End: Let’s Put Open Evaluation First – Tal Yarkoni
- Scientific Communication Is Changing and Scientists Should Lead the Way – Brian A. Nosek & Yoav Bar-Anan
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