Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (9):669-672 (2020)

Danielle Bassett
University of Pennsylvania
Perry Zurn
American University
Ethical research practices are a way of life. And diversifying science is a task for the long haul. The Citation Diversity Statement is but one tool in a larger project. Science changes every day. And each of us changes it with every paper we write, every reference list we publish, every collaboration we initiate, every class we teach, and every mentee we welcome. How do we want to make that change?
Keywords citation ethics  neuroscience  cognitive science  implicit bias
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DOI 10.1016/j.tics.2020.06.009
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