Choose Open Research
Discover the benefits of Open Research with Taylor & Francis
Building on our range of open access publishing options, we’re encouraging all authors to consider additional open research opportunities. Many Taylor & Francis policies and services are available to support you in making choices that lead to more open scholarly communications and increased discoverability.
For example, in addition to publishing original research articles, the F1000Research platform gives you the opportunity to share a wide range of different outputs of your work, including documents, posters, slide decks, data notes, and study protocols. F1000Research, and 16 Taylor & Francis journals, also accept Registered Report submissions, through which researchers can receive in-principle acceptances before collecting their data.
Many researchers and developers are now also sharing the associated code of their research articles - a great way to increase discoverability of your research and get credit for outputs which often remain behind the scenes.
In addition, researchers submitting to journals that support the Center for Open Science (COS) initiative have the opportunity to apply for one or more Open Science Badges. If your article meets the criteria, the badge(s) will be displayed within your article on Taylor & Francis Online, providing your study with the instant quality-assurance that it has been conducted in accordance with open-science standards and principles, enhancing your research credibility. Learn more about Open Science badges, Registered Reports and sharing research code below.
Browse Participating Journals
Many of our Routledge Psychology journals proudly support Open Research policies. Browse a selection of participating journals below.