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Letters
November 2, 1964

Irreproducible Results, The Journal of

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Lexington, Ky

JAMA. 1964;190(5):475. doi:10.1001/jama.1964.03070180073031

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Abstract

To the Editor:—  When you published a review on The Journal of Irreproducible Results a few months ago (JAMA187:875 [March 14] 1964), I was so deluged with subscriptions and requests for information that my data-processing system (my wife) broke down. This was complicated by the fact that the Department of Psychology at Dalhousie University began confining its attention to pigeons and white rats, so that I (a clinical-personality-social psychologist) found it expedient to pack myself, my papers, and my now-incoherent data-processing system and head for greener pastures.Letters for me were therefore packed and in storage for two to four months (if they arrived before I moved) or were forwarded from Canada to Lexington, Ky (if they were sent after I moved). I diligently forwarded them all to Chief Editor Kohn in Israel, but since the trip there takes four to six weeks, and since the periodical comes

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