Academic Publications



Investigations of Research Practices

research that concerns scientific practice itself, including everything from scientific integrity to research methodology.

Fiore, S. M. (2016). SciTS 101: Fundamentals of the Science of Team Science. Conference Workshop.

Wang, M. Q., Yan, A. F., & Katz, R. V. (2018). Researcher Requests for Inappropriate Analysis and Reporting: A U.S. Survey of Consulting Biostatisticians. Annals of Internal Medicine, 169(8), 554-558.

Simmons, J. P., Nelson, L. D., Simonsohn, U. (2011). False-Positive Psychology: Undisclosed Flexibility in Data Collection and Analysis Allows Presenting Anything as Significant. Psychological Science22(11), 1359-1366.

Ayorech, Z., Selzman, S., Smith-Woolley, E., Knopik, V., Neiderhiser, J., DeFries, J., Plomin, R. (2016). Publication Trends Over 55 Years of Behavioral Genetic Research. Behavior Genetics, 46, (5), 603-607.

Ballietti, S., Goldstone, R., Helbing, D. (2016). Peer Review and Competition in the Art Exhibition Game. National Academy of Sciences. , 113, (30), 8414-8419.

Bandyopadhyay, P., Bennett, J., Higgs, M. (2014). How to Undermine Underdetermination? Foundation of Science , 20, (2), 107-127.

Baribault, B., Donkin, C., Little, D., Trueblood, J. Oravecz, Z., Ravenzwaaij, D. (2018). National Academy of Sciences

Begley, C.G., Ioannidis, J.P. (2015). Reproducibility in Science: Improving the Standard for Basic and Preclinical Research American Heart Association , 116, (1), 116-126.

Benjamin, D.J., Berger, J.O., Johannesson, M., Nosek, B.A., Wagenmakers, E.-J., Berk, R… Johnson, V.E. (2018). Redefine Statistical Significance Nature Human Behaviour , 2, 6-10.

Bless, H., Burger, A.M. (2016). A Closer Look at Social Psychologists’ Silver Bullet: Inevitable and Evitable Side Effects of the Experimental Approach. Perspectives on Psychological Science , 11,(2), 296-308.

Button, K.S., Ioannidis, J.P., Mokrysz, C., Nosek, B.A., Flint, J., Robinson, E.S., Munafo, M.R. (2013). Power Failure: why small sample size undermines the reliability of neuroscience. Nature Reviews Neuroscience , 14, 365-376.

Causadias, J. M., Vitriol, J. A., & Atkin, A. L. (2018). Do we overemphasize the role of culture in the behavior of racial/ethnic minorities? Evidence of a cultural (mis)attribution bias in American psychology. American Psychologist, 73,(3), 243-255.

Chandler, J., Paolacci, G., Peer, E., Mueller, P., Ratliff, K. A. (2015). Using Nonnaive Participants Can Reduce Effect Sizes. Psychological Science, 26,(7), 1131-1139.

Chavalarias, D., Wallach, J. D., Li, A. H., Ioannidis, J. P. (2016). Evolution of Reporting P Values in the Biomedical Literature, 1990-2015. JAMA , 315,(11), 1141-1148.

Chen, R., Desai, N. R., Ross, J.S., Zhang W., Chau, K. H., Wayda, B… Krumholz, H. M. (2016). Publication and reporting of clinical trial results: cross sectional analysis across academic medical centers. BMJ , 352,(637).

Clauset, A., Larremore, D. B., Sinatra, R. (2017). Data-driven predictions in the science of science. Science , 355,(6324), 477-480.

Colombo, M., Bucher, L., Inbar, Y. (2016). Explanatory Judgment, Moral Offense and Value-Free Science. Review of Philosophy and Psychology , 7,(4), 743-763.

Colquhoun, D. (2014). An investigation of the false discovery rate and the misinterpretation of p-values. R. Soc. open. Sci., 1,(140216).

Coyne, J. C. (2016). Replication initiatives will not salvage the trustworthiness of psychology. BMC Psychology, 4,(28), 1-19.

Cunningham, M. R., Baumeister, R. F. (2016). How to Make Nothing Out of Something: Analyses of the Impact of Study Sampling and Statistical Interpretation in Misleading Meta-Analytic Conclusions. Frontiers in Psychology, 7,(1639).

David, S. P., Ware, J. J., Chu, I. M., Loftus, P. D., Fusar-Poli, P., Radua, J… Ioannidis, J. P. (2013). Potential Reporting Bias in fMRI Studies of the Brain. PLoS ONE , 8,(7), e70104.

Dreber, A., Pfeiffer, T., Almenberg, J., Isaksson, S., Wilson, B., Chen, Y… Johannesson, M. (2015). Using prediction markets to estimate the reproducibility of scientific research. PNAS , 112,(50), 15343-15347.

Earp, B. D., Trafimow, D. (2015). Replication, falsification, and the crisis of confidence in social psychology. Front. Psychol. , 6,(621).

Earp, B. D. (2016). Open review of the draft paper entitled, “Replication initiatives will not salvage the trustworthiness of psychology” by James C. Coyne. BMC Psychology .

Epstein, W. M. (2004). Confirmational Response Bias and the Quality of the Editorial Processes Among American Social Work Journals. Sage Publications , 14,(6), 450-458.

Etz, A., Vandekerckhove, J. (2016). A Bayesian Perspective on the Reproducibility Project: Psychology. PLoS ONE , 11,(2), e0149794.

Kurzban, R. (2010). Does the Brain Consume Additional Glucose During Self-Control Tasks? Evolutionary Psychology , 8,(2), 244-259.

Fanelli, D., Costas, R., Lariviere, V. (2015). Misconduct Policies, Academic Culture and Career Stage, Not Gender or Pressures to Publish, Affect Scientific Integrity. PLoS ONE , 10,(6), e0127556.

Fanelli, D., Costas, R., Ioannidis, J. P. (2017). Meta-assessment of bias in science. PNAS , 114,(14), 3714-3719.

Fortunato, S., Bergstrom, C. T., Börner, K., Evans, J. A., Helbing, D., Milojevié, S… Barabási, A. L. (2018). Science of science. Science, 359.

Frances, G. (2011). Follow the argument where it leads: Simonsohn’s criticisms on publication bias critiques are unfounded. Department of Psychological Scienes .

Franco, A., Malhotra, N., Simonovits, G. (2016). Underreporting in Psychology Experiments: Evidence From a Study Registry. Social Psychology and Personality Science , 7,(1), 8-12.

Freedman, L. P., Cockburn, I. M., Simcoe, T. S. (2015). The Economics of Reproducibility in Preclinical Research. PLoS Biol , 13,(6), e1002165.

Gall, T., Ioannidis, J. P., Maniadis, Z. (2017). The credibility crisis in research: Can economics tools help? PLoS Biol , 15,(4), e2001846.

Gilbert, D. T., King, G., Pettigrew, S., Wilson, T. D. (2016). Comment on “Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science.” Science , 351,(6277), 1037.

Godau, C., Vogelgesang, T., Gaschler, R. (2016). Perception of bar graphs e A biased impression? Elsevier , 359, 67-73.

Baumgardner, M. H., Greenwald, A. G., Leippe, M. R., Pratkanis, A. R. (1986).
Under What Conditions Does Theory Obstruct Research Progress? Psychological Review , 93,(2), 216-229.

Gregg, A. P., Mahadevan, N., Sedikides, C. (2016). The SPOT Effect: People Spontaneously Prefer their Own Theories. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology , 70,(6), 996-1010.

Greitemeyer, T. (2014). Article retracted, but the message lives on. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review , 21,(2), 557-561.

Guay, B., Davis, Z., DeLaunay, M., Charlesworth, A. (2014). Number Comprehension Impacts Political Judgments. Unpublished Draft .

Harriman, S. L., Patel, J. (2016). When are clinical trials registered? An analysis of prospective versus retrospective registration. Trials, 17,(187).

Hicks, D., Wouters, P., Waltman, L., Rijcke, S., Rafols, I. (2015). The Leiden Manifesto for research metrics. Macmillan Publishers Limited , 520, 429-431.

Holman, L., Head, M. L., Lanfear, R., Jennions, M. D. (2015). Evidence of Experimental Bias in the Life Sciences: Why We Need Blind Data Recording. PLoS Biol , 13,(7), e1002190.

Hopkins, E. J., Weisberg, D. S., Taylor, J. C. (2016). The seductive allure is a reductive allure: People prefer scientific explanations that contain logically irrelevant reductive information. Elsevier , 155, 67-76.

Howard, D. H., David, G., Hockenberry, J. (2016). Selective Hearing: Physician-Ownership and Physicians’ Response to New Evidence. Nber Working Paper Series .

Ioannidis, JPA., Fanelli, D., Dunne, D. D., Goodman, S. N. (2015). Meta-research: Evaluation and Improvement of Research Methods and Practices. PLoS Biol, 13, (10), e10002264.

Ioannidis, J. P., Khoury, M. J.(2014). Assessing Value in Biomedical Research: The PQRST of Appraisal and Reward. JAMA , 312, (5), 483-484.

Ioannidis, J. P., Tarone, R., McLaughlin, J. K. (2011). The False-positive to False-negative Ratio in Epidemiologic Studies. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins , 22, (4), 450-456.

Ioannidis, J. P., Munafo, M. R., Fusar-Poli, P., Nosek, B. A., David, S. P. (2014). Publication and other reporting biases in cognitive sciences: detection, prevalence and prevention. Trends Cogn Sci. , Author Manuscript.

Ioannidis, J. P. (2012). Why Science Is Not Necessarily Self-Correcting. Perspectives on Psychological Science , 7, (6), 645-654.

Iqbal, S. A., Wallach, J. D., Khoury, M. J., Schully, S. D., Ioannidis, J. P. (2016). Reproducible Research Practices and
Transparency across the Biomedical
Literature. PLoS Biol , 14, (1), e1002333.

Johnson, V. E., Payne, R., Wang, T., Asher, A., Mandal, S. (2017). On the reproducibility of psychological science. American Statistical Association , 112, (517), 1-10.

Kahan, D. M., Peters, E., Dawson, E., Slovic, P. (2017). Motivated Numeracy and Enlightened Self-Government. Behavioural Public Policy , 1, (1), 54-86.

Kaiser, J. (2015). The Cancer Test: A nonprofit’s effort to replicate 50 top cancer papers is shaking up labs. AAAS , 348, (6242), 1411-1413.

Kandela, I., Aird, F. (2017). Replication Study: Discovery and preclinical validation of drug indications using compendia of public gene expression data. eLife , 6.

Kao, S.F., Wasserman, E. (1993). Assessment of an Information Integretation Account of Contingency Judgment With Examination of Subjective Cell Importance and Method of Information Presentation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 19, 1363-1386.

Kaplan, R. M., Irvin, V. L. (2015). Likelihood of Null Effects of Large NHLBI Clinical Trials Has Increased over Time. PLoS ONE , 10, (8), e0132382.

Kassin, S. M., Ellsworth, P. C., Smith, V. L. (1989). The “General Acceptance” of Psychological Research on Eyewitness Testimony. American Psychologist , 44, (8), 1089-1098.

Ke, Q., Ferrara, E., Radicchi, F., Flammini, A. (2015). Defining and identifying Sleeping Beauties in science. PNAS , 112, (24), 7426-7431.

Klien, M., Broadwell, P., Farb, S., Grappone, T. (2016). Comparing Published Scientific Journal Articles to Their Pre-print Versions. JCDL .

Kornbrot, D. E., Wiseman, R., Georgiou, G. J. (2018). Quality science from quality measurement: The role of measurement type with respect to replication and effect size magnitude in psychological research. PLoS ONE , 13, (2), e0192808.

Kuklinski, J. H., Quirk, P. J., Jerit, J., Schweider, D., Rich, R. (2018). Misinformation and the Currency of Democratic Citizenship. The Journal of Politics , 62, (3), 790-816.

Kurzman, C., Schanzer, D., Moosa, E. (2011). Muslim American Terrorism Since 9/11: Why So Rare? The Muslim World , 101, (3), 464-483.

Lakes, D. (2014). Why Psychologists Should Ignore Recommendations to Use α < .001. The 20% Statistician .

Lancee, M., Lemmens, CMC., Kahn, R. S., Vinkers, C. H., Luykx, J. J. (2017). Outcome reporting bias in randomized-controlled trials investigating antipsychotic drugs. Translational Psychiatry , 7.

Lane, A., Luminet, O., Nave, G. (2016). Possible file drawer problem in behavioral OT research. Journal of Neuroendocrinology , 28, (4).

Lau, J., Ioannidis, J. P., Terrin, N., Schmid, C., Olkin, I. (2006). The case of the misleading funnel plot. BMJ , 333, 597-600.

Lazerfeld, P. (1949). The American Soldier, An Expository Review. The Public Opinion Quarterly , 13, (3), 377-404.

Lewandowsky, S., Oberauer, K. (2016). Motivated Rejection of Science. Current Directions in Psychological Science , 25, (4), 217-222.

Liew, S. X., Howe, P. D., Little, D. R. (2016). The appropriacy of averaging in the study of context effect. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review , 23, (5), 1639-1646.

Lui, B. S. (2017). Knowledge, attitudes, and biased evaluation of science: Testing the expertise paradox.

MacCoun, R. J. (1998). Biasesin the Interpretation and Uses of Research Results. Annual Review of Psychology , 49, 259-287.

Mahoney, M. (1977). Publication Prejudices: An Experimental Study of Confirmatory Bias in the Peer Review System. Cognitive Therapy and Research , 1, (2), 161-175.

Mann, A. (2016). Prediction markets
can be uncannily accurate — sometimes. Scientists have begun to understand why they work, and how they can fail.. Nature , 538, 308-310.

Maul, A. (2017). Rethinking Traditional Methods of Survey Validation. Measurement, Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives. , 15, (2), 51-69.

Monsarrat, P., Vergnes, J. N. (2018). The intriguing evolution of effect sizes in biomedical research over time: smaller but more often statistically signi cant. GigaScience. , 7, 1-10.

Morey, R. (2013). The consistency test does not–and cannot–deliver what is advertised: A comment on Francis. Journal of Mathematical Psychology , 57, (5).

Mullinix, K., Leeper, T. J., Druckman, J. N., Freese, J. (2016). The Generalizability of Survey Experiments*. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2, (2), 109-138.

Mullinix, K., Druckman, J. N., Freese, J. (2016). Go forth and replicate! Nature, 536, 373.

Nauroth, P., Gollwitzer, M., Bender, J., Rothmund, T. (2013). Gamers against Science: The Case of the Violent Video Games Debate. European Journal on Social Psychology, 44, (2).

Necker, S. (2016). Scientific misbehavior in economics. Elsevier, 43, (10), 1747-1759.

Nissen, S. B., Magidson, T., Gross, K., Bergstrom, C. T. (2016). Publication bias and the canonization of false facts. eLife , 5, e21451.

Nosek, B. A., Alter, G., Banks, G. C., Borsboom, D., Bowman, S. D., Breckler, S. J… Yarkoni, T. (2015). Promoting an open research culture. Science, 348, (6242), 1422-1425.

Nowbar, A. N., Mielewczik, M., Karavassilis, M., Dehbi, HM., Shun-Shin, M. J., Jones, S… Francis, D. P.(2014). Discrepancies in autologous bone marrow stem cell trials and enhancement of ejection fraction (DAMASCENE): weighted regression and meta-analysis. BMJ , 348.

Nyham, B., Reifler, J. (2010). When Corrections Fail: The Persistence of Political Misperceptions. Political Behavior , 32, (62), 303-330.

Oksvold, M. P. (2016). Incidence of Data Duplications in a Randomly Selected Pool of Life Science Publications. Science and Engineering Ethics, 22, (2), 487-496.

Peters, GJ. Y. (2017). Why most experiments in psychology failed: sample sizes required for randomization to generate equivalent groups as a partial solution to the replication crisis. DEpartment of Work and Psychology .

Peterson, D. (2016). The Baby Factory: Difficult Research Objects, Disciplinary Standards, and the Production of Statistical Significance. Socius: Sociological Reserach for a Dynamic World, 2, 1-10.

Portillo-Reyes, V., Pérez-Garcia, M., Loya-Meéndez, Y., Puente, A. E. (2014). Clinical significance of neuropsychological improvement after supplementation with omega-3 in 8–12 years old malnourished Mexican children: A randomized, double-blind, placebo and treatment clinical trial. Elsevier, 35, (4), 861-870.

Pritschet, L., Powell, D., Horne, Z. (2016). Marginally Significant Effects as Evidence for Hypotheses: Changing Attitudes Over Four Decades. Psychological Science , 27, (7), 1036-1042.

Romesburg, C. H. (2016). How Publishing in Open Access Journals Threatens Science and What We Can Do About It. The Journal of Wildlife Management , 80, (7).

Rzhetsky, A., Foster, J. G., Foster, I. T., Evans, J. A. (2015). Choosing experiments to accelerate collective discovery. PNAS , 112, (47), 14569-14574.

Salomon, E. (2016). Article Level Metrics and Many Labs Replication Outcomes. ErikaSoloman.Com.

Schwartz, N. (1996). Cognition and Communication: Judgmental Biases, Research Methods, and the Logic of Conversation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers , 1995.

Shanaham, D. R. (2016). Auto-correlation of journal impact factor for consensus research reporting statements: a cohort study. PeerJ , 4, e1887.

Shiffrin, R. M., Börner, K., Stigler, S. M. (2018). Scientific progress despite irreproducibility: A seeming paradox. PNAS , 115, (11), 2632-2639.

Simonsohn, U. (2012). It Does Not Follow: Evaluating the One-Off Publication Bias Critiques by Francis. Perspectives on Psychological Science , 7, (6), 597-599.

Smaldino, P. E., McElreath, R. (2016). The Natural Selection of Bad Science. The Royal Society .

Spence, J.R., Stanley, D. J. (2016). Prediction Interval: What to Expect When You’re Expecting . . . A Replication. PLoS ONE , 11, (9), e0162874.

Szucs, D., Ioannidis, JP. A. (2017). Empirical assessment of published effect sizes and power in the recent cognitive neuroscience and psychology literature. PLoS Biol , 15, (3), e20000797.

Szucs, D., Ioannidis, JP. A. (2017). When Null Hypothesis Significance Testing Is Unsuitable for Research: A Reassessment. Front. Hum. Neurosci.

Thompson, N., Hanley, D. (2017). Science is Shaped by Wikipedia: Evidence From a Randomized Control Trial. MIT Sloan Research Paper No. 5238-17.

Tomkins, A., Zhang, M., Heavlin, W. D. (2017). Reviewer bias in single- versus double-blind peer review. PNAS , 114, (48), 12708-12713.

Trinquart, L., John, D. M., Galea, S. (2016). Why do we think we know what we know? A metaknowledge analysis of the salt controversy. International Journal of Epidemiology, 45, (1), 251-260.

Ueno, T., Fastrich, G. M., Murayama, K. (2016). Meta-Analysis to Integrate Effect Sizes Within an Article: Possible Misuse and Type I Error Inflation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145, (5), 643-654.

Vadillo, M. A., Gold, N., Osman, M. (2016). The Bitter Truth About Sugar and Willpower: The Limited Evidential Value of the Glucose Model of Ego Depletion. Psychological Science.

Van Bavel, J. J., Mende-Siedlecki, P., Brady, W. J., Reinero, D. A. (2016). Contextual sensitivity in scientific reproducibility. PNAS , 113, (23), 6454-6459.

Weingarten, E., Chen, Q., McAdams, M., Yi, J., Hepler, J., Albarracin, D. (2016). On Priming Action: Conclusions from a Meta-Analysis of the Behavioral Effects of Incidentally-Presented Words. Current Opinion Psychology , 12, 53-57.

Westfall, J., Judd, C. M., Kenny, D. A. (2015). Replicating Studies in Which Samples of Participants Respond to Samples of Stimuli. Perspectives on Psychological Science , 10, (3), 390-399.

Westfall, J., Judd, C. M., Kenny, D. A. (2015). Degrees of freedom in planning, running, analyzing, and reporting psychological studies A checklist to avoid p-hacking. Frontiers in Psychology , 7, (1832).

Winter, S., Krämer, N. C. (2015). Who’s right: The author or the audience? Effects of user comments and ratings on the perception of online science articles. The European Journal of Communication Research , 41, (3), 339-360.

Zwaan, R. A., Pecher, D., Paolacci, G., Bouwmeester, S., Verkoeijen, P., Dijkstra, K., Zeelenberg, R. (2017). Participant Nonnaiveté and the reproducibility of cognitive psychology. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review , 1-5.

Azoulay, P., Furman, J. L., Krieger, J. L., & Murray, F. (2014). Retractions. Review of Economics and Statistics, (0).

Baerlocher, M. O., O’Brien, J., Newton, M., Gautam, T., & Noble, J. (2010). Data integrity, reliability and fraud in medical research. European Journal of Internal Medicine, 21(1), 40-45.

Baker, J. P. (2003). The pertussis vaccine controversy in Great Britain, 1974–1986. Vaccine, 21(25), 4003-4010.

Banglawala, S. M., Lawrence, L. A., Franko-Tobin, E., Soler, Z. M., Schlosser, R. J., & Ioannidis, J. (2014). Recent Randomized Controlled Trials in Otolaryngology. Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, 0194599814563518.

BEGINNING, O. (2004). Managing allegations of scientific misconduct and fraud: lessons from the “Hall affair”. The Medical Journal of Australia, 180(4), 149-151.

Bes-Rastrollo, M., Schulze, M.B., Ruiz-Canela, M., Martinez-Gonzalez, M.A. (2013). Financial conflicts of interest and reporting bias regarding the association between sugar-sweetened beverages and weight gain: A systematic review of systematic reviews. PLoS Medicine, 10(12), doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001578.

Bonetta, L. (2006). The aftermath of scientific fraud. Cell, 124(5), 873-875.

Braxton, J. M., & Bayer, A. E. (1996). Personal experiences of research misconduct and the response of individual academic scientists. Science, Technology & Human values, 21(2), 198-213.

Brown, A. W., Ioannidis, J. P., Cope, M. B., Bier, D. M., & Allison, D. B. (2014). Unscientific Beliefs about Scientific Topics in Nutrition. Advances in Nutrition: An International Review Journal, 5(5), 563-565.

Budd, J. M., Sievert, M., Schultz, T. R., & Scoville, C. (1999). Effects of article retraction on citation and practice in medicine. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 87(4), 437.

Callaham, M. L., Wears, R. L., Weber, E. J., Barton, C., & Young, G. (1998). Positive-outcome bias and other limitations in the outcome of research abstracts submitted to a scientific meeting. JAMA, 280(3), 254-257.

Chalmers, I., & Dickersin, K. (2013). Biased under-reporting of research reflects biased under-submission more than biased editorial rejection. F1000Research2.

Christie, B. (1999). Panel needed to combat research fraud. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 319(7219), 1222.

Clark, S. E., Moreland, M. B., & Gronlund, S. D. (2014). Evolution of the empirical and theoretical foundations of eyewitness identification reform.  target=”_blank”Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21(2), 251-267.

Cohen-Kohler, J. C., & Esmail, L. C. (2007). Scientific misconduct, the pharmaceutical industry, and the tragedy of institutions. Medicine and Law, 26(3), 431.

Cokol, M., Iossifov, I., Rodriguez‐Esteban, R., & Rzhetsky, A. (2007). How many scientific papers should be retracted?. EMBO Reports, 8(5), 422-423.

Consoli, L. (2006). Scientific misconduct and science ethics: a case study based approach. Science and Engineering Ethics, 12(3), 533-541.

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Dahlberg, J. E., & Mahler, C. C. (2006). The Poehlman case: running away from the truth. Science and Engineering Ethics, 12(1), 157-173.

David, S. P., Ware, J. J., Chu, I. M., Loftus, P. D., Fusar-Poli, P., Radua, J., … & Ioannidis, J. P. (2013). Potential reporting bias in fMRI studies of the brain. PloS One, 8(7), e70104.

Davis, P. M. (2012). The persistence of error: a study of retracted articles on the Internet and in personal libraries. Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA, 100(3), 184.

Dijksterhuis, A. (2014). Welcome Back Theory! Perspectives on Psychological Science, 9(1), 72-75.

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Dyer, O. (2003). GMC reprimands doctor for research fraud. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 326(7392), 730.

Ebrahim, S., Sohani, Z. N., Montoya, L., Agarwal, A., Thorlund, K., Mills, E. J., & Ioannidis, J. P. (2014). Reanalyses of randomized clinical trial data. JAMA312(10), 1024-1032.

Enders, W., & Hoover, G.A. (2004). Whose line is it? Plagiarism in economics. Journal of Economic Literature, 42, 487-493.

Enders, W., & Hoover, G. (2006). Plagiarism in the economics profession: A survey. Challenge, 49(5), 92-107.

Fanelli, D. (2009). How many scientists fabricate and falsify research? A systematic review and meta-analysis of survey data. PloS One, 4(5), e5738.

Fanelli, D. (2013). Why growing retractions are (mostly) a good sign. PLoS Medicine, 10(12), e1001563.

Fang, F. C., Bennett, J. W., & Casadevall, A. (2013). Males are overrepresented among life science researchers committing scientific misconduct. MBio, 4(1), e00640-12.

Fang, F. C., & Casadevall, A. (2011). Retracted science and the retraction index. Infection and Immunity, 79(10), 3855-3859.

Flaherty, D. K. (2011). The vaccine-autism connection: a public health crisis caused by unethical medical practices and fraudulent science. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 45(10), 1302-1304.

Francis, G. (2014). The frequency of excess success for articles in Psychological Science. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21(5), 1180-1187.

Freedman, L.P., Cockburn, I.M., & Simcoe, T.S. (2015). The Economics of Reproducibility in Preclinical Research. PLoS Biology, 13(6), 1-9.

Fuchs, H. M., Jenny, M., & Fiedler, S. (2012). Psychologists are open to change, yet wary of rules. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7(6), 639-642.

Furman, J. L., Jensen, K., & Murray, F. (2012). Governing knowledge in the scientific community: Exploring the role of retractions in biomedicine. Research Policy, 41(2), 276-290.

Fusar‐Poli, P., Radua, J., Frascarelli, M., Mechelli, A., Borgwardt, S., Fabio, F., … & David, S. P. (2014). Evidence of reporting biases in voxel‐based morphometry (VBM) studies of psychiatric and neurological disorders. Human Brain Mapping, 35(7), 3052-3065.

Gardner, W., Lidz, C. W., & Hartwig, K. C. (2005). Authors’ reports about research integrity problems in clinical trials. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 26(2), 244-251.

Gelman, A., & Basbøll, T. (2014). When do stories work? Evidence and illustration in the social sciences. Sociological Methods & Research, 0049124114526377.

Gibelman, M., & Gelman, S. R. (2005). Scientific misconduct in social welfare research: Preventive lessons from other fields. Social Work Education, 24(3), 275-295.

Grieneisen, M. L., & Zhang, M. (2012). A comprehensive survey of retracted articles from the scholarly literature. PLoS One, 7(10), e44118.

Gottweis, H., & Triendl, R. (2006). South Korean policy failure and the Hwang debacle. Nature Biotechnology, 24(2), 141-143.

Guernsey, L. (2014). Garbled in Translation: Getting Media Research to the Press and Public. Journal of Children and Media, 8(1), 87-94.

Gupta, A. (2013). Fraud and misconduct in clinical research: A concern. Perspectives in Clinical Research, 4(2), 144.

Gupta, N., & Stopfer, M. (2011). Negative results need airing too. Nature470(7332), 39-39.

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