Month: April 2016

Repost: T-hacking

Academic reviewers: Google before you write your review. Don’t be surprised if you find related but uncited research. The repost… In recent years, scholars, policy makers and the general public have learned about unethical behavior across academic disciplines — creating a crisis of confidence in the reliability of research findings. Whether due to publication pressures […]

Another Benign Violation: 2 Girls 1 Cup Reactions

An Internet sensation, a testament to depravity, and something you will have to Goggle on your own if you haven’t seen it, 2 Girls 1 Cup, has scarred pop culture. There have been a slew of reaction videos added onto YouTube. Watching people’s reactions to 2 Girls 1 Cup is often amusing. Humorous reactions to […]