“Neuroscientists: We Don’t Really Know What We Are Talking about, Either”

“NEW YORK—At a surprise April 1 press conference, a panel of neuroscientists confessed that they and most of their colleagues make up half of what they write in research journals and tell reporters. “We’re always qualifying our conclusions by reminding people that the brain is extremely complex and difficult to understand—and it is,” says Philip Tenyer of Harvard University,”
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/04/01/neuroscientists-we-dont-really-know-what-we-are-talking-about-either/

“Before the conference came to a close, one reporter asked whether neuroscientists would retract studies in which they made up data and conclusions. The panel said that they were assessing the feasibility of retraction with further studies, but that these studies had not yet yielded conclusive results.”

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