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PsychFileDrawer.org

27 February, 2012 Leave a comment

PsychFileDrawer LogoPsychFileDrawer.org is a web site that addresses ‘the file drawer problem’, the name for the bias introduced into scientific literature by a reluctance on the part of journals to publish negative or nonconfirmatory results (especially, perhaps, ones that contradict studies published earlier in the same journal.) Read more…

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Journal: The Speculative Grammarian

17 November, 2009 Leave a comment

Stay abreast of breaking research in satirical linguistics with The Speculative Grammarian.

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The Scope of Human Thought

18 August, 2009 Leave a comment

Mark Turner provides a forum post on ‘The Scope of Human Thought | Forum‘ at On the Human, a new discussion forum on biology, neuroscience, literature, and more.

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