After asking my question, I did a quick search and found one promising journal that will commence in 2014 called Scientific Data.
Scientific Data is a new open-access, online-only publication for
descriptions of scientifically valuable datasets. It introduces a new
type of content called the Data Descriptor, which will combine
traditional narrative content with curated, structured descriptions of
research data, including detailed methods and technical analyses
supporting data quality. Scientific Data will initially focus on the
life, biomedical and environmental science communities, but will be
open to content from a wide range of scientific disciplines.
Publications will be complementary to both traditional research
journals and data repositories, and will be designed to foster data
sharing and reuse, and ultimately to accelerate scientific discovery.
Scientific Data will launch in Spring 2014 and be open for submissions
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Scientific Data will be open to submissions from a broad range of
scientific disciplines, ...[including] Behavioural data – psychology
or neuroscience studies
Archives of Scientific Psychology: This is a new open access journal from the APA. It requires that raw data be made available in a suitable repository. However, publication of data is not the main purpose of the journal. Also, the journal appears to mandate that data only be available once a a request form has been submitted and approved.
The authors have made available the data that underlie the analyses presented in the article. The data can be used by others for
verification or extension of the study’s results. The data are
available from APA or another approved repository upon agreement
regarding usage. If deposited with APA, next users agree to offer to
the researchers who generated the data involvement in any subsequent