A new blog from the Open Science Collaboration hit the web today with inaugural post by Denny Borsboom. He discusses the turning of the tide on openness in the psychological research community. Check it out.
In the wake of the Stapel case, the community of psychological scientists committed to openness, data-sharing, and methodological transparency quickly reached a critical mass. The Open Science Framework allows researchers to archive all of their research materials, including stimuli, analysis code, and data, to make them public by simply pressing a button.