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A Post-Publication Peer-Review (3PR) of Time, Money, and Morality Gino, F., & Mogilner, C. (online, 2013). Time, Money, and Morality. Psychological Science. DOI: 10.1177/0956797613506438 File under: HIBAR: Had I Been A Reviewer… 3PR: Post-Publication Peer-Review (or: 3mpirical Plausability Resuscitation) Performed … Continue reading
Early detection of autism has been a dream of research in this field for a long time; early detection opens the door to early intervention, which in turn may offer opportunities to mitigate the consequences of autism. A recent Nature … Continue reading
In the first of what will hopefully be many original content HIBAR posts we host here, Lucy Cragg and Matthew Inglis raise some questions about the statistical analyses used in a recent high profile paper by Starr et al (2013) … Continue reading
Language Log hosts a guest post by Margaret Wilson, an expert in monkey communication. She reviews a recent paper (Takahashi et al, 2013) that claims to demonstrate conversational turn-taking in marmosets. Turn-taking is a crucial feature of human communication, but … Continue reading
Mark Liberman from Language Log has some choice words to say about a recent study published in Science: Kidd, D. C. & Castano, E. (2013). Reading literary fiction improves theory of mind. Science, DOI 10.1126/science.1239918 Liberman details numerous problems with … Continue reading
In the original HIBAR post, Prof. Dan Simons asks 19 questions about this paper on video gaming that he would have asked as reviewer: Anguera et al (2013). Video game training enhances cognitive control in older adults. Nature, 501, 97-101.