Re: More on COI & Journal Publishing Retractions
Posted by Sharon on 8/13/10
More like slapping each other on the wallets..and those of the
universities they represent. Am so happy. I finally have all the
pieces together! And now that I know how to write those brief
thingies, the courts are fair game to illuminate their role in
assisting to perpetrating this fraud on the US public. Absolutely
LOVE a good puzzle. Humanity is humanity. Either you are in or you
On 8/13/10, Deborah wrote:
> I think it is a branch of the Mutual Admiration Society where
> they break their own arms slapping themselves on the back.
> On 8/13/10, Sharon wrote:
>> I would like to know who this little group of "peer reviewers"
>> are who keep helping to get bogus papers published in medical
>> Is there some secret club of these guys? Annonymous peer
>> process seems to be able to cause some real problems.
>> I think that when they catch these guys in deceptive medical
>> journal publishings - their peers who purportedly did
>> review need to be outted, too, for their roles in the matter.
>> I would be willing to bet that when one looks closely, there
>> are a lot of peers who just happen to be reviewing each
>> papers in different publishings.
>> On 8/13/10, Deborah wrote:
>>> I guess the moral of this story is that they will do whatever
>>> they can get away with and apparently it is a staggering
>>> On 8/12/10, Sharon wrote:
>>>> Author on leave after Harvard inquiry
>>>> Investigation of scientist’s work finds evidence of
>>>> misconduct, prompts retraction by journal
>>>> Scientist Marc Hauser’s studies include work on the
>>>> cognitive and evolutionary underpinnings of language.
>>>> By Carolyn Y. Johnson
>>>> Globe Staff / August 10, 2010
>>>> Harvard University psychologist Marc Hauser — a well-known
>>>> scientist and author of the book “Moral Minds’’ — is taking
>>>> a year-long leave after a lengthy internal investigation
>>>> found evidence of scientific misconduct in his
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