Open Science ● Data Sharing ● Ethics ● Open Access
Routledge Behavioral Sciences
The Benefits of Open Science
Incentives for Open Practices: Open Science Badges
What exactly does Open Science mean, and what purpose do Open Science badges serve? Researchers submitting to journals that support this Center for Open Science (COS) initiative have the opportunity to apply for one or more of the badges during submission. Find out more about Open Science badges and what they mean for your research on our dedicated Author Services page.
Understanding our Data Sharing Policies
Why Share Data? What is a Data Availability Statement? Should You Share your Data?
Are you submitting your paper to a Taylor & Francis journal, and is there a data set associated with your work? From 2018, Taylor & Francis introduced new policies on data sharing. Find out more at our Author Services Page. Also be sure to check out our Data Sharing FAQs as well as The Journal of Social Psychology Editor-in-Chief Jon Grahe's write up on the benefits, opportunities, and challenges of sharing your data.
Ethics for Everyone
Guidelines and Support
Whether you are editing a Taylor & Francis journal or are interested in submitting your research to one, we have plenty of information to assist you. Please review our Ethics for Authors to learn more about what "ethics" means for journal publishing and our Ethics for Journal Editors, our one-stop shop on ethical guidelines, ensuring ethical integrity, tips for handling ethical issues and more.
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Publishing Open Access with Taylor & Francis
What is Open Access?
Whether the concept of Open Access (OA) journals is new to you or not, we have resources available through our Author Services page that will explain the benefits of OA publishing, the different OA publishing options available, how you can share OA content, and more. Review the Author Services page for more, and be sure to check out all OA Behavioral Science Journals.