Action editor of Psychology, Crime & Law has informed me it's the journal's policy for manuscripts NOT to report non-significant findings. Have they never heard of the replication crisis? Or publication bias? Or APA's journal article reporting standards? 1/2 @APA @AcademicChatter
I contact Editor in Chief with my concerns about this policy (including APA guidelines) and he said "I leave it up to my editors' discretion and trust their decisions." Will not be submitting there in future and encourage others to avoid. Their findings are no longer trustworthy.
Should you wish to express your concerns:
Editor is Jeffrey Neuschatz:
Action editor is Jonathan Golding:
I'm also willing to share the email exchange (

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