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PDF Aarsen L. W. 2012 Are peer-review filters optimal for the progress of science in ecology and evolution? Ideas Ecol. Evol. 5:9-12.  
  Csada, R. D., P. C. James, and R. H. M. Espie. 1996. The ''file drawer problem'' of non-significant results: does it apply to biological research? Oikos 76:591-593.

PDF Fisher, J., E. G. Ritchie, and Jan Hanspach. 2012. Academia's obsession with quantity. Trends Ecol. Evol. 12: 473.  
PDF Grace, J. 2007. "The best papers are the boldest". Front. Ecol. Envir. 5:49-50.  
PDF Kokko, H. 1999. What do impact factors tell us? Trends Ecol. Evol. 14:382-384.  
PDF Kotiaho, J. S. 1999. Papers vanish in mis-citation black hole. Nature 398:19.  
PDF Lawrence, P. A. 2007. The mismeasurement of science. Current Biol. 17:R583-R585.  
PDF Leimu, R., and J. Koricheva. 2005. What determines the citation frequency of ecological papers? Trends Ecol. Evol. 20:28-32.  
PDF Lortie, C. J., L. W. Aarsen, A. E. Budden, J. K. Koricheva, R. Leimu, and T. Tregenza. 2007. Publication bias and merit in ecology. Oikos 116:1247-1253.  
PDF Paris, G., G. De Leo, P. Menozzi, and M. Gatto. 1998. Region-based citation bias in science. Nature 396:210.  
PDF Price, N. C. 1998. What's in a name (or a number or a date)? Nature 395:538.  
  Silvertown, J., and K. J. McConway. 1997. Does "publication bias" lead to biased science? Oikos 79:167-168.  
PDF Wardle, D. A. 2012 On plummeting manuscript acceptance rates by the main ecological journals and the progress of ecology. Ideas Ecol. Evol. 5: 13-15.