Our activities have grown significantly since our fledgling meeting at Texas A&M University in 2016, and will expand even further through the RCN. The documents provided on this page outlines a set of collaboration guidelines to facilitate intellectual and career-enhancing interactions. Most of the documents address data sharing, project (i.e., manuscript, grant) development, and authorship, which are both a privilege and a responsibility. Collaboration is rewarding, but it is also sensitive, politicized, and frustrating. These documents convey expectations aimed to minimize professional conflict in our collaborative endeavors. Promoting cross-pollination between empirical and conceptual scholarship is also very important to us. Therefore, this document attempts to bridge differences in sub-disciplinary norms about how publication and authorship are determined, and ensure that all contributors are appropriately recognized.