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Too much backscratching and happy talk: Junk science gets to share in the reputation of respected universities

Nick Stevenson writes: I agree that it’s disappointing that so many publications that pride themselves on the quality of their journalism – NYTimes, WashPo, Slate, Vox – ran with the EIP’s work, but does the fault really lie with them? This work has been promoted on the conference circuit for years by a full professor […] The post Too much backscratching and happy talk: Junk science gets to share in the reputation of respected universities appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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