Once a manuscript co-authored by (a) lab-member(s) is accepted for publication, the first lab-member in the author list uploads it to a departmental bibliography, along with the DSFS and other relevant information about the publication. These entries are periodically checked by people in the department, and once it is confirmed all information is correct, the publication is added to the university’s academic bibliography. New publications by the lab are also shared on Twitter and on our website.
Our values regarding open and fair science also influence where lab research is typically published. We increasingly recommend members to apply for registered reports and the department encourages open access publishing by reimbursing one open access publication for every doctoral researcher. More generally, we prefer publishing in journals that offer fair open access (i.e., full open access of publisher’s version, potentially with article processing costs paid for by a third party, and where authors retain copyrights), or in society-owned journals that offer green open access (i.e., full open access of post-print) without embargo’s on archiving on institutional or other repositories (e.g., OSF or ResearchGate). A list of journals in these categories can be found below (or here). We tend to avoid publishing in privately owned, for-profit journals that embargo archiving on institutional and other repositories.
Best option: Fair open access (see https://www.fairopenaccess.org/ )
See https://www.psychopen.eu/browse-publications/ for other fair open access journals that are less relevant for the type of research conducted in the LipLab.
2nd best: Society owned journals that allow for green open access with no embargo for archiving in institutional repository and other repositories:
3d best: Society owned journals that allow for green open access with no embargo for archiving in institutional repository but that have an embargo for other repositories like ResearchGate:
4th best: Society owned journals that do seem to have an embargo for archiving on an institutional repository
Avoid: Privately owned journals with an embargo for archiving in institutional and other repositories