The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is reexamining a Stanford study after it received significant backlash.
Researchers from high-profile institutions are falling for these scams.
A researcher scanned 50,000 papers for statistical errors using an automated system.
Reed Elsevier just bought the Social Science Research Network, threatening its free access and pre-print model.
More evidence that science isn’t as self-correcting as you might hope.
The Journal of Brief Ideas. Short science, now.
Open access publishing comes at a price, and a group of British charities are offering to pay.
Public outcry isn't enough to get researchers to lay off massive datasets about human behavior that are ripe for the picking.
"The public should certainly have a goddamn say in my work."
Male authors wrote 70 percent of all scientific papers published in the last four years.