Instant Open Archiving: A How-to Guide
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Instant Open Archiving: A How-to Guide

Contributed By David Barner, Roger Levy, and Jesse Snedeker Instant Open Archiving: A How-to Guide “Instant Open Archiving” (IOA) refers to the practice whereby Action Editors of peer reviewed journals require authors to archive preprints of manuscripts on a public digital archive such as PsyArXiv.org, ArXiv.org or RePEc.org at the time of submission. If this … Continue reading

“Instant Open Archiving” Frequently Asked Questions
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“Instant Open Archiving” Frequently Asked Questions

Here are Frequently Asked Questions for Editorial teams interested in Instant Open Archiving: 1. What is a Pre-print? What is a Post-print? For a review of these terms, see this helpful article in Scientific American, where the following descriptions are provided: “Pre-print – A pre-print is the original version of the manuscript as it is … Continue reading

It’s Time for “Instant Open Archiving” in the Psychological Sciences
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It’s Time for “Instant Open Archiving” in the Psychological Sciences

Contributed by David Barner, Roger Levy, and Jesse Snedeker Currently, when researchers publish new studies in academic journals, most articles are secured behind a paywall and are accessible only to institutions or individuals who pay sizable subscriptions fees. This is problematic because science is funded by the public and has the potential to benefit the … Continue reading

FAQ: Fair Open Access at Cognition
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FAQ: Fair Open Access at Cognition

Contributed by David Barner and Jesse Snedeker, in consultation with Johan Rooryck   Here are some briefs replies to Frequently Asked Questions we’ve encountered in response to our previous post, “Fair Open Access at Cognition.” We thank those of you who asked these questions, and encourage you to continue to ask them, so we can collectively understand … Continue reading