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Reading Study Finds There Are Too Many Studies

A growing number of scientific studies is making it harder for researchers to keep track of all their content.

‘Attention decay in science‘, a new paper published by professors from universities in Finland and California, reports that “the attention that can be devoted to individual papers measured by their citation counts, is bound to decay rapidly,” due to the overwhelming number of studies.

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