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Scientific Ethics and the Signs of Voodoo Science

By Andrew S. Hirsch

Purdue University

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    Andrew Gibson

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    A well presented and informative discussion on the pit falls which can occur in scientific research. Opens students eyes to unethical practice and how to recognise it, while encouraging and enthusiastic but skeptical approach. The seven signs of voodoo science are particularly good as through understanding of bad science students can be lead towards good scientific practice.

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