SPR and IOP announce recently-published special issues on increasing the replicability and rigor of psychophysiological science
We are pleased to announce the recent publication of two special issues on improving the reliability, rigor, and replicability of psychophysiological science in Psychophysiology and the International Journal of Psychophysiology. These special issues were serendipitous in their timing as both were published in January 2017 and contain important articles that provide recommendations and illustrate specific methodological steps that researchers in psychophysiology can take to enhance the robustness and reproducibility of findings. Notably, both Psychophysiology and the International Journal of Psychophysiology are providing FREE access to the articles in these special issues for a limited time. The table of contents with links to the articles for the Psychophysiology special issue, guest-edited by Emily Kappenman and Andreas Keil, can be found here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/psyp.2017.54.issue-1/issuetoc; the table of contents with links to the articles for the International Journal of Psychophysiology special issue, guest edited by Michael Larson and Jason Moser, can be found here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01678760/111. We encourage researchers to read and implement the recommendations found in these articles to further improve our published science.
Monica Fabiani, PhD, Editor, Psychophysiology
Michael J. Larson, PhD, Editor, International Journal of Psychophysiology