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"... risk, essentially, is measurable whereas uncertainty is not measurable."
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Submitted by Paul Alper
Fraud may just be the tip of the iceberg
Fraud Case Seen as a Red Flag for Psychology Research by Benedict Carey, The New York Times, November 2, 2011.
A recently revealed case about fraud may point to a much larger problem.
A well-known psychologist in the Netherlands whose work has been published widely in professional journals falsified data and made up entire experiments, an investigating committee has found. Experts say the case exposes deep flaws in the way science is done in a field, psychology, that has only recently earned a fragile respectability.