Researchers who agree to manipulate citations are more likely to get their papers published

Read the full story in Nature.

Researchers who are coerced by editors into adding superfluous citations in their manuscripts are more likely to succeed in publishing papers than are those who resist, finds a study published in Research Policy.

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