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The representation of women in cognition.

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posted on 2015-08-01, 00:00 authored by Roberta KlatzkyRoberta Klatzky, Lori HoltLori Holt, Marlene BehrmannMarlene Behrmann

This discussion expresses concerns raised by the representation of women authors in a recent special issue of Cognition dedicated to future trends. Its broader goal is to increase sensitivity to the contributions of female scientists within major journals across psychological science.


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