Peer-Review Uh-Ohs

Sometimes researchers make mistakes. But how often are researchers citing papers that have nothing to do with the point of their own research? More often than you'd think, says NeuroDojo's Zen Faulkes. He cites a new paper by Peter Todd et al.

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