Health tips for research groups: 5 ways to improve scientific culture
“Nature asked scientists to recommend one thing that institutional and laboratory leaders could do to make science more …
With any new development, unintended consequences arise. This is not different for initiatives that aim to improve reproducibility, such as transparency. This commentary describes ways to distinguish scrutiny from harassment. The authors present ten red flags and five double-edged tools of scholarly exchange.
Title: Don’t let transparency damage science
Authors: Lewandowsky S, Bishop D
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