"It’s likely that some researchers are consciously cherry-picking data
to get their work published. And some of the problems surely lie with
journal publication policies. But the problems of false findings often
begin with researchers unwittingly fooling themselves: they fall prey to
cognitive biases, common modes of thinking that lure us toward wrong but
convenient or attractive conclusions."
Encouraging more transparency and openness in research to combat
reproducibility and bias issues exacerbated by the prevailing
Via Jon Swabey.
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*** Xanni ***
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