Brian Leiter raises the important question of whether the top general-interest philosophy journals are less likely to publish papers with experimental content than other sorts of papers. This is an important opportunity to weigh in about the prevelance of experimental work in such journals. So, if you can comment on this, I encourage you to do so! Click here.
I am also interested in people's thoughts about the prevelance of experimental work in other sorts of top journals. For example, I am not sure that I have ever seen a paper with experimental results in Philosophy and Public Affairs (though, I could be wrong about this). What about other top tier journals in other mainstream areas?