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ESP as the subject of academic inquiry

Interesting debate at the NY Times about the decision of a peer-reviewed journal to publish a study supporting the notion of ESP. Though the paper was peer reviewed, there are many critics who say the research is nonsense. A group … Continue reading

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New survey shows importance of journal ‘brand’ to readers

Confirming what we already know, a new study shows that researchers attach high importance to reading articles from recognized peer-reviewed journals. From the press release: For the conjoint analysis, respondents were asked to consider 16 article profiles and rate them … Continue reading

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