30 questions about priming with “science”

Rolf Zwaan recently posted this detailed critical review of

Ma-Kellams, C., & Blascovich, J. (2013). Does “Science” Make You Moral? The Effects of Priming Science on Moral Judgments and Behavior. PLoS ONE 8(3): e57989. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0057989

He also linked his posted in the comments section that all PLOSOne articles have. This is a great idea and is the kind of thing anyone blogging post-publication peer review should do whenever possible.

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One Response to 30 questions about priming with “science”

  1. K.S. says:

    Another way to post post-publication peer review comments is using a site like pubpeer

    http://pubpeer.com/publications/0824394800D20348F6810601B04613

    no comments there yet on this particular paper there

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