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There’s Gold in Them Thar Predictions!

[Excerpts taken from the article “Predict science to improve science” by Stefano DellaVigna, Devin Pope, and Eva Vivalt, published in Science] “Many fields of research, such as economics, psychology, political science, and medicine, have seen growing interest in new research…

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Now Tell Me What You Really Think

[From the article “Assessing citizen adoption of e-government initiatives in Gambia: A validation of the technology acceptance model in information systems success. A critical article review, with questions to its publishers” by Daniel Jung, published in Government Information Quarterly] “The…

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Excellent, Cross-Disciplinary Overview of Scientific Reproducibility in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

[From the article “Reproducibility of Scientific Results”, by Fiona Fidler and John Wilcox, published in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy] “This review consists of four distinct parts. First, we look at the term “reproducibility” and related terms like “repeatability” and…

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Does Peer Review Ensure Scientific Integrity? Should it? Can it?

[From the article “The changing forms and expectations of peer review” by Serge Horbach and Willem Halffman, published in Research Integrity and Peer Review, 2018, 3:8] This is a wonderful article that provides a comprehensive discussion of peer review in…

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