Scientists may work to prevent bias, but they don’t always say so

Trust that peers have accounted for risks of bias may factor into experiment and manuscript review

mouse contemplating a pill

Was this mouse’s treatment randomly assigned? Whether it was or not, scientists aren’t very good at reporting randomization and other measures use to combat bias, new studies suggest.

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