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Though this is a nice idea in principle, I'm not sure it will accomplish all that much. First, the apa has a journal survey, and it would take a while to surpass its data. Second, a lot of the info is available on journals' websites. Finally, journals often change their practices. For example, Mind used to be terrible, but now it seems well run. By the time sufficient data gets uploaded, in many cases it will be outdated.

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