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Scientists gain reputation and reward for publishing. Publishing norms incentivize novel, positive, and tidy results. But, when scientists are pushing at the boundaries of knowledge, evidence is rarely so accommodating. As a consequence, the published literature may present a more interesting, positive, and tidy view of human nature than reality.
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