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<p>The Center for Open Science endorses the following statement for peer reviewers to request of authors the disclosure of data collection and analysis necessary to conduct their peer-review duties. </p> <blockquote> <p>"I request that the authors add a statement to the paper confirming whether, for all experiments, they have reported all measures, conditions, data exclusions, and how they determined their sample sizes. The authors should, of course, add any additional text to ensure the statement is accurate. This is the standard reviewer disclosure request endorsed by the Center for Open Science [see <a href="http://osf.io/hadz3" rel="nofollow">http://osf.io/hadz3</a>]. I include it in every review."</p> </blockquote> <p>A standard statement enables the community of reviewers to improve community norms toward disclosure across all journals and articles, and facilitates remaining anonymous when submitting such requests.</p> <p>Blog posts about this disclosure statement. One by <a href="http://osc.centerforopenscience.org/2013/12/09/reviewer-statement-initiative/" rel="nofollow">Etienne</a>, another by <a href="http://datacolada.org/2013/12/09/10-reviewers-are-asking-for-it/" rel="nofollow">Uri, Leif, and Joe</a>.</p>

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