Planes that Don’t Land, ESP, and Bad Science

In 1987, I was a psychology postdoc hoping for a university tenure-track position in a tough job market. Publishing in prestigious journals was then, as it is now, the way to advance in academia. So I was really happy to see published that same year a book chapter by Daryl Bem, a world-famous social...

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How to find open research data

In an ideal Open Science world, we all would be able to find and reuse the data that were generated during previous studies. Yet, the world looks very different today. Right now, the landscape of data repositories and search engines is fragmented. There are different ways of storing and labeling the...

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