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News & Updates from Collabra: Psychology

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In case you missed it, we're rounding up all the Collabra: Psychology activities and special content around this year’s Open Access Week (October 23-29, 2017), along with recently published content and other updates.


Open Peer Review: An #OAWeek Q&A with Dan Morgan


At Collabra: Psychology we celebrate all things "open" — open access, open data, open analytic methods, and more — so during Open Access Week 2017, we thought it fitting to highlight a favorite "open" feature: open peer review. Read more...


Collabra: Psychology: A Brief History


We reflect on important milestones in the journal's’ history and asked Collabra: Psychology authors to share why they chose to publish their research open access, in keeping with the OA Week theme "Open in order to . . ." Read more...






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Recent content


Methodology & Research Practice
Collections2: Using "Crowdsourcing" within Psychological Research

Randy J. McCarthy, Christopher R. Chartier
Research Nexus: Crowdsourced Psychological Research

Cognitive Psychology
Motivated Cognition: Effects of Reward, Emotion, and Other Motivational Factors Across a Variety of Cognitive Domains

Christopher R. Madan
Research Nexus: Motivated cognition

Methodology & Research Practice
Bayesian Inference for Correlations in the Presence of Measurement Error and Estimation Uncertainty

Dora Matzke, Alexander Ly, Ravi Selker, Wouter D. Weeda, Benjamin Scheibehenne, Michael D. Lee, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

Cognitive Psychology
Searching for Moral Dumbfounding: Identifying Measurable Indicators of Moral Dumbfounding

Cillian McHugh, Marek McGann, Eric R. Igou, Elaine L. Kinsella

Cognitive Psychology
What's Done is Done: Verb Aspect and Verbatim Memory

Meghan Salomon-Amend, G. A. Radvansky, Sarah Anderson

See all recent content...


Join Your Peers Publishing in Collabra: Psychology


Click here to see Collabra: Psychology's Calls for Papers and Author Guidelines.


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In addition to periodic updates by email, visit collabra.org for all of the latest articles as they publish. You can also follow us on Twitter @CollabraOA and our Medium blog, or email us here with questions or comments.
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