This chapter provides a list of reporting standards meant to increase reproducibility of eye-tracking research in judgment and decision making. It addresses a wide set of reporting criteria across the typical sections in research papers: introduction, methods, data preprocessing, and discussion of the results. The list of reporting criteria specifies the minimum information needed for successfully reproducing a study. Thus, by simply reporting the model, producer, and type of eye tracker, other researchers have the chance to consult online documentation of the specific eye-tracking devices and appraise the eye tracker’s quality and it’s fit to the respective research design. Reporting on data quality in eye-tracking studies can refer to several measures most of which are common to all eye-tracking studies. The Minimal Reporting Standards is thought of as a tool not only for researchers, but also for reviewers, editors, and funders.