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  • Plagiarism please!

    Plagiarism please!

    The current practice of avoiding academic plagiarism costs millions of dollars per year. By allowing scholars to plagiarize, these costs can be reduced substantially and more scientific progress can be made.
  • Science, camera, action!

    Science, camera, action!

    Academic researchers often see news headlines that are not supported by the actual findings of their original research and publications. It is time that researchers took matters into their own hands and started producing more exciting output themselves!
  • Towards a new publication model in psychology

    Towards a new publication model in psychology

    The quality of psychological research as currently published in academic journals is questionable because of possible 'data dredging'. It is time for psychologists to decide on a new publication model that would certainly alleviate this problem.
  • Publishing open access: good or bad idea?

    Publishing open access: good or bad idea?

    On Wednesday 6 February 2013 the KNAW and the Young Academy organized a debate with the theme: ‘Publish Open access or perish’. The central question in this debate concerned the future of open access publishing. Is it a great new development or not?