There was also a healthy comparison group as the full text makes clear:
Some journals now do have open review where reviewers' comments are given with the name attached.
However I'm not sure any journals share reviewer...
Should The BMJ silence authors who were abused by a reviewer?
By James C. Coyne, PhD April 26, 2017...
I posted this in a number of places:
People could share it around whether they donate or not.
Here are tweets that the link is included in that could be liked and/or retweeted....
I just donated and shared it around in various places in the hope it might also help.
This is an archive from 2014 of the original co-cure website: http://web.archive.org/web/20140625035237/http://co-cure.org/
However it was mainly...
This now has 109 quote tweets which I think is the most ever for one of my tweets plus 141 other retweets and lots of replies. It's also popular...
Incidentally, I send a link to the Science for ME weekly update each week to Co-Cure.
For my sins, I sometimes get complaints that people can’t unsubscribe at the link including one this weekend; I am able to tell them how to...
Unfortunately I can't change the footer, nor do I think there is anyone alive who can.
I did post at least one message to the list at some stage...
Before social media, mailing lists were arguably the main way information was distributed in the ME/CFS community.
Co-Cure was arguably the most...
Please don't ask me to talk about thirds: it might get me in trouble! :laugh:
I remember a friend from Dublin but now living in New Zealand...
Hopefully this World Economic Forum article hasn't been posted already?
Only other reference to "post viral" that I recall:
Regarding "social mystique"
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