Retractions Represent Failure

Abstract

A retraction in science is the removal of a scientific paper from the literature’s records. Formerly and still on occasion today, retractions would involve the complete removal of all traces of the paper, including authors’ names, abstract and manuscript, what is now commonly termed a stealth or silent retraction. Despite what appears to be an increase in… (More)

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@inproceedings{Silva2016RetractionsRF, title={Retractions Represent Failure}, author={Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva}, year={2016} }