Perfect experiments are almost impossible to design, if ethics are to be considered and spending is to be kept within reasonable limits. The peer-review process should guard against hasty conclusions, but it involves fallible humans who are likely to be more open to findings that build on what’s gone before.
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Sexist biases in science are still fuelling inequality
In her book Testosterone Rex, Cordelia Fine documents how researchers of the past reached conclusions about sex differences that were not supported by their own findings.