“The argument from authority tries to justify a conclusion by pointing out that some expert or authority endorses the conclusion. […] “My parents say that Santa Claus exists. Therefore Santa Claus exists” […] In the case of the JIF, a high impact factor of a journal would play the role of an authority for the quality of the papers within it.”

Paulus et al., 2018 – The impact factory fallacy

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Altered physiological, affective, and functional connectivity responses to acute stress in patients with alcohol use disorder

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Rethink funding by putting the lottery first

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Age-related topographic map of magnetic resonance diffusion metrics in neonatal brains.

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The contribution of sleep to the neuroendocrine regulation of rhythms in human leukocyte traffic

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