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That’s 28 in Dutch, and is the number of retractions so far racked up by Diederik Stapel, according to our count.
The latest two to come to our attention are in the British Journal of Social Psychology, where Stapel has already had a retraction.
In 2011, Diederik Stapel, a Dutch researcher who at the time was a shining star in the world of social psychology, published an article in the British Journal of Social Psychology with the counter-intuitive claim that failure can sometimes be more emotionally gratifying than success.
We’re guessing this isn’t one of those times. As readers of this blog well know, Stapel has admitted to fabricating loads of data. The BJSP has now retracted the article.
Here’s the notice for the paper, which has yet to be cited, according to Thomson Scientific’s Web of Knowledge: Read the rest of this entry »