New #preprint suggests that journal impact factor isnโ€™t a great proxy for paper quality, with these figures showing associations of JIF and replication index (left) and stats errors (right)
#187 Citation counts and journal impact factors do not capture research quality in the behavioral and brain sciences via by Michael Dougherty & Zachary Horne
Guess what? Citation counts and journal impact factors don't predict research quality ...
Citation counts and journal impact factors do not capture research quality in the behavioral and brain sciences via