On the More Insidious Manifestations of Bias in Scientific Reporting
Brenner, R James
Journal of the American College of Radiology : JACR 2010 Jul; 7(7): 490-4
Although bias in scientific reporting has been the focus of prior commentary, more insidious aspects of such bias often escape attention by authors, reviewers, editorial boards, and commentators. Such bias is no longer simply academic because health care policy, which is increasingly predicated upon evidence-based scientific literature, may be adversely impacted by lack of balanced and objective publications in peer reviewed journals.
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