A Self-Correcting Fallacy – Why Don't Researchers Correct Their Own Errors in the Scientific…

Correcting mistakes in light of new data and updating findings to reflect this is often considered to be a key characteristic of scientific research. In practice self-correction of published research is, infrequent, difficult to achieve and perceived to come with reputational costs. 

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