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The Perception Post Project

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Last week I wrote a piece about the inaccessibility of academic and research papers to the general public. Essentially, my thesis was that researchers (in any field) write far too complex papers to describe their findings after conducting an experiment or research. The knowledge from these papers is important as the information often outlines new discoveries or disproves commonly held beliefs. It was (and still is) my assertation that…

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Dianna Lesage

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