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by Chambers, Chris
Published 2017
Princeton University Press
Table of Contents: '; ... they routinely torture data until it produces outcomes that can be published in prestigious journals, and how...

2
by Lorenz, Konrad Z.
Published 1981
Springer Vienna
... universal}, and the normal complement of spe­ cial journals, symposia, and sessions at congresses...

3
by Wolf, Don P.
Published 1984
Springer US
... plethora of journals not always readily accessible. Bringing the essentials together facilitates both rapid...

4
by Yates, Aubrey J.
Published 1980
Springer US
... obtained and read. However, many of them were published in journals which will not be readily accessible...

5
by Gottschalk, Louis A., Auerbach, Arthur H.
Published 1966
Springer US
..., conferences, con­ ventional reviews, abstract journals, and serial research reports. In spite of such other...

6
by Nesselroade, John R.
Published 1988
Springer US
... has grown apace in the journals and has young people. The old vicious circle of opened up new areas...

7
by Finger, Stanley
Published 1978
Springer US
... enhance or retard restitution. This is evident in the rapidly growing number of journal articles...

8
Published 1982
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in developmen­ tal journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like...

9
Published 1982
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in developmen­ tal journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like...

10
by Kuczaj, Stan A.
Published 1983
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in develop­ mental journals that could be considered cognitive, 5090 seems...

11
Published 1984
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in develop­ mental journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like...

12
Published 1985
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in develop­ mental journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like...

13
by Capaldi, Deborah M., Patterson, Gerald R.
Published 1989
Springer New York
... or journal article on theory and results. One of the costs of working with a data set of this magnitude...

14
Published 1988
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in developmental journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like a...

15
by Haroutunian, Sophie
Published 1983
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in develop­ mental journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like...

16
Published 1989
Springer New York
... proportion of papers published in develop­ mental journals that could be considered cognitive, 50% seems like...

17
Published 2011
Springer Netherlands
... by the swell in positive psychology graduate programs, undergraduate courses, journals related to the topic...

18
by Hibberd, Fiona J.
Published 2005
Springer US
... in theoretical journals in the social sciences...

19
Published 1989
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
..., and a publication lag which is shorter, than would be the case for standard international journals...

20
by Glover, John A.
Published 1989
Springer US
... and growing smaller. Further, we could not point to a journal, text, or professional organization...