Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: A New Replication Crisis: Research That Is Less Likely to Be True Is Cited More

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This is a graph from the studyResearchers have uncovered another problem with a number of recent scientific research papers; citing data that is unable to be replicated. The study reveals non-replicable data is cited 153 times more because the findings they lay out are deemed more interesting.