Editorial: Developments in Open Data norms

Abstract

Open data has been transformative for the scientific and public understanding of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, bringing into sharp focus the clear benefits of increasing transparency and accountability within psychological research. Despite the knowledge that individual gatekeeping of data is antithetical to the goals of the scientific community, research norms across Psychology are changing too slowly. This editorial reviews the recent developments made in open data practices and norms, the upcoming demands of openness, and marks the changes made to the Journal of Open Psychology Data to further support progress towards a culture of transparency and collaboration

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