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  1. Jacob S.
    February 21, 2010

    I am happy to see you have set this up! I had a similar idea a couple of years ago, but didn’t have the resources really set it up. We could really use a SSRN-type site for psychology, including a section for negative results. I will keep this in mind for the future.

  2. Negative Results Journal
    February 24, 2011

    Fortunately more people are interested in publishing negative results. In “hard” sciences I found recently The All Results Journals, the idea is pretty cool too. But it seems to be very hard to get papers for publication (checking https://www.filedrawer.org I saw there are only a few of them) and I guess this is a biggest problem (do the authors really want to publish their negative results??). Everybody wants to see OTHERS negative results, but publishing your own is another question.
    It is sad but, what can we really do for changing this trend?

  3. Lewis
    July 1, 2011

    It is interesting that people are more and more thinking on publishing negative results. I’ve recently discovered The All Results Journals, a new journal focus on publishing negative results and think the idea is great.
    Have a look to their published articles (they are good, believe me) at:

    http://www.arjournals.com/ojs/index.php?journal=Biol&page=issue&op=current

    and

    http://www.arjournals.com/ojs/index.php?journal=Chem&page=issue&op=current

    Their slogan is also great (in my opinion) : All your results are good results! (specially the negative)
    Cheers,
    Lewis

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