James proposes that peer review reports should be published as their own citable objects, provided that the manuscript author thinks that the peer review report is of sufficient quality and the peer reviewers agree
Other links and things we discuss
- An update on James’ start up job
- The American service industry
- Dan’s first outing since the pandemic started
- The villlage of Hell, in Norway
- The villiage of Fucking (now changed to Fugging) in Austria
- The Hertz long term archive on Open Science Framework
- We’re up for doing a syllabus episodes that you can assign to your classes
- Dan’s recent piece in Nature Human Behavior on replication projects for undergraduate research theses
- What about a replication study as part of a PhD thesis?
- The trope of, “future replications are needed’
- Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP)
- Daniel Lakens mentioning that his paper might be the most cited Frontiers article ever
- How thorough should peer review be?
- James' new articles isn't online yet, but he will pin it to his Twitter profile as soon as it is
- The Julian Koenig-led paper James mentioned (that Dan and James are co-authors on)
- The Psychophysiology liviing meta-analysis article
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Quintana, D.S., Heathers, J.A.J. (Hosts). (2021, September 20) "140: You can’t buy cat biscuits with ‘thank you’ emails", Everything Hertz [Audio podcast], DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/BW65N