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Journals of the Psychonomic Society
The Psychonomic Society publishes seven highly respected, peer-reviewed journals covering all aspects of cognitive and experimental psychology. Select an Psychonomic Society journal to showcase your science and to ensure that your research delivers the maximum impact to the global scientific community. Members receive free online access to all seven Psychonomic Society Journals.
Why Publish with the Psychonomic Society
PS journals are supported by editors who are practicing scientists and experts in their fields, and reach a international network of cognitive and experimental scientists. With over 2,000,000 downloads each year, your research is sure to be read and cited sooner.
New peer-reviewed, open access journal
In September 2015, the Psychonomic Society launched a new peer-reviewed, open access journal: Cognitive Research: Principles & Implications. The journal is freely available to anyone with internet access and will be funded by author publication charges on manuscripts accepted for publication. All other journals have an open choice option to allow authors to provide full access to their papers immediately upon publication. PS uses Creative Commons licenses for all Open Access papers and a traditional copyright agreement for all other papers. All PS Journal publications become fully open access 12 months after online publication.
Transparency and Openness Promotion
Checklist for authors submitting to any journal of the Psychonomic Society,
The Psychonomic Society is committed to the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Level 1 standards for disclosing all important aspects of research design and data analysis. The purpose of this policy is to enhance the replicability of work published in Psychonomic Society journals and to encourage the sharing of data and materials among researchers. In keeping with TOP 1 guidelines, authors are asked to answer the following questions when submitting a manuscript, clarifying responses as desired in the box following each query. It is recognized that no single reporting or data-sharing standard is appropriate for the wide range of work published by the Psychonomic Society. Adherence to specific recommendations is not a precondition for review of a manuscript or publication of an article. Rather, authors are encouraged to review and use standards described by, for example, the American Psychological Association (APA).
Program and Data Availability
Will the data on which this paper is based be made available to:
Will significant program code (i.e., scripts for generating stimuli and performing data analyses) be made available to:
If data and program code are to be made available to other researchers, the article should state how they can be accessed. We recommend the use of websites with a persistent URL such as the Open Science Framework (https://osf.io/).
Preregistration and Replication
Was the research reported in this study preregistered in an independent, institutional registry?
If you did preregister:
Have you confirmed in the text that the study was registered prior to conducting the research with links to the time-stamped preregistrations at the institutional registry, and that the preregistration adheres to the disclosure requirements of the institutional registry?
Do you report all pre-registered analyses in the text, or, if there were changes in the analysis plan following preregistration, disclose those changes with appropriate explanations?
Have you clearly distinguished which analyses were preregistered (confirmatory) and which were not (exploratory)?
Is this study a replication of a previously published study?
Does this study include a replication?