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Research Analysis & Policy

PLOS Biology and PLOS ONE
Meta-research Collection

Curated Collections

This Collection highlights some of PLOS Biology’s Meta-Research articles since 2016 as well as some of PLOS ONE’s articles over the past few years, all about “research on research,” or the science of science. It combines sociological, bibliometric, and more theoretical approaches to the study of science, from the structure of rewards and incentives in research to gendered dynamics, or the impact of journal policies on reproducibility.

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1. Scientists, Research Assessment, and Science as a Social Endeavor
1.1. PLOS Biology Papers
1.2. PLOS ONE Papers
2. Reproducibility, Research Design, and Publication Bias
2.1. PLOS Biology Papers
2.2. PLOS ONE Papers
3. Publishing and Research Dissemination
3.1. PLOS Biology papers
3.2. PLOS ONE papers
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