Why Publishing Everything Is More Effective than Selective Publishing of Statistically Significant Results
The authors criticize and disprove de Winter and Happee’s conclusions that it may be more effective to publish …
The researchers show in this article that the journal impact factor not only affects the publication system, but it is in our system as well: the reward signal in the nucleus accumbens increases with higher impact factors.
Title: Journal Impact Factor Shapes Scientists’ Reward Signal in the Prospect of Publication
Authors: Paulus FM, Rademacher L, Schäfer TAJ, Müller-Pinzler L, Krach S
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