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Hysteresis corner: “These mistakes and omissions do not change the general conclusion of the paper . . .”

All right, then. The paper’s called Attractive Data Sustain Increased B.S. Intake in Journals Attractive Names Sustain Increased Vegetable Intake in Schools. Seriously, though, this is just an extreme example of a general phenomenon, which we might call scientific hysteresis or the research incumbency advantage: When you’re submitting a paper to a journal, it can […] The post Hysteresis corner: “These mistakes and omissions do not change the general conclusion of the paper.
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