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REPLY TO FRANCIS

@inproceedings{Morewedge2014REPLYTF,
  title={REPLY TO FRANCIS},
  author={Carey K. Morewedge and D. Gilbert and T. Wilson},
  year={2014}
}
“In numerous one-off critique-articles, Francis presents evidence that individual psychology papers suffer from publication bias, and concludes that the results from these papers ought to be fully ignored. I recently argued the critiques themselves suffer from publication bias and, more importantly, that the recommendation to throw out all data does not follow from the presence of publication bias.” 
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