con’founding, adj.That which confounds; destroying, confusing, perplexing, amazing, etc.: see the verb.
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Dave Johns at Slate has written an interesting piece on self-publication and peer review, using a recent study about ‘social contagion’ as a peg. I wrote a post back in March about some of the pitfalls of peer review. In … Continue reading