IN THE NEWS: NY Times (August 6, 2018)

[From a letter to the editor by Arthur C. Evans Jr., chief executive of the American Psychological Association]
“We are proud that psychologists are at the forefront of those calling for reassessment of earlier research. The American Psychological Association has embraced the move toward more open science, encouraging the scientists whose work we publish to deposit their data in online repositories for other researchers to scrutinize and reanalyze.”
“Recognizing that this process depends on broad awareness of data availability, we have also begun to mark articles with badges denoting that the study methods were preregistered and that the author is sharing data or related materials.”
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