Psychology Behind Exaggerated & False Research

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Published on March 30, 2016 with No Comments

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We often think that scientists are the most honest people around, and assume that scientific findings are reliable and true. But several new studies have revealed that an enormous number of researchers cut corners, cook data, and lie about results when conducting experiments. This is the world of bad science.

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