TOP Guidelines Reporting Guideline

Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines are a set eight modular transparency standards for academic journals, each with three levels of increasing stringency. Journals select which of the eight transparency standards they wish to adopt for their journal, and select a level of implementation for the selected standards. These features provide flexibility for adoption depending on disciplinary variation, but simultaneously establish community standards.

EQUATOR Network Reporting Guideline

The EQUATOR Network is an organization that tracks reporting guidelines across numerous types of studies. They currently have suggestions for over 275 guidelines depending on what type of research you are engaged in.

STROBE Statement EpidemiologyReporting Guideline

The STROBE Statement is a reporting guideline written for observational studies in epidemiology. It incorporates a checklist of 22 items considered essential for observational study reporting.

CONSORT Statement Reporting Guideline

The 2010 CONSORT Statement is a widely adopted set of recommendations for randomized trial reporting. It includes a concise reporting checklist for researchers to follow, and has been published in the British Medical Journal, the Lancet, and PLoS Medicine.

Standardized Disclosure Peer Review Reporting Guideline

A standard statement developed for peer review in psychology.

“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 http://osf.io/project/hadz3]. I include it in every review.”

Blog discussion of the statement: here and here.