Publication of Research on Controversial Topics: The Early Acceptance Procedure

@inproceedings{Armstrong1995PublicationOR,
  title={Publication of Research on Controversial Topics: The Early Acceptance Procedure},
  author={J. S. Armstrong},
  year={1995}
}
Research with the potential to produce controversial findings is important to progress in the sciences. But scientific innovators often meet with resistance from the scientific community. Much anecdotal evidence has been provided about the reception accorded to researchers who have obtained controversial findings. While many of these cases occurred long ago (e.g., Copernicus and Galileo), the problem continues to the present. This problem has been addressed to some extent in that nearly all… Expand
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