Peer Review and Controversial Research

TitlePeer Review and Controversial Research
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2004
Authorsof the of University of Minnesota, OVPR
PublisherUniversity of Minnesota, Office of the Vice President of Research
AbstractDr. Rolands did research and wrote a paper that challenged an established way certain work-motivation studies are performed. The two main proponents of the conventional paradigm that Rolands challenged are two well-known and prestigious doctors and also reviewers for the journals the paper was submitted to. The paper was rejected twice.
URLhttp://www.research.umn.edu/ethics/pdf/peerreviewcontroversialresearch.pdf
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