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Peels R. (2020). “How Literature Delivers Knowledge and Understanding: Illustrated by Hardy’s Tess and Wharton’s Summer”, British Journal of Aesthetics 60.2, 199-222

Peels R, Pritchard D. (2020). “Educating for Ignorance”, Synthese, DOI 10.1007/s11229-020-02544-z

Urlings MJE, Duyx B, Swaen GMH, Bouter LM, Zeegers MPA. Determinants of citation in epidemiological studies on phthalates: a citation analysis. Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics 2020; 26: 3053–3067.

Haven T, Pasman HR, Widdershoven G, Bouter L, Tijdink J. Researchers’ perceptions of a responsible research climate: a multi focus group study. Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics 2020; 26: 3017–3036.

Duyx B, Urlings MJE, Swaen GMH, Bouter LM, Zeegers MP. Determinants of citation in the literature on diesel exhaust exposure and lung cancer: a citation analysis. BMJ Open 2020; 10: e033967.

Tijdink J, Malički M, Bouter L, Gopalakrishna G. Are preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints. LSE Blogs, 23 September 2020.

Dal−Ré R, Bouter LM, Moher D, Marušić A. Mandatory disclosure of the financial interests of journals and editors. BMJ 2020; 370: m2872.

Moher D, Bouter LM, Kleinert S, Glasziou P, Sham MH, Barbour V, Coriat AM, Foeger N, Dirnagl U. “The Hong Kong principles for assessing researchers: fostering research integrity”. PLoS Biology 2020; 18: e3000737.

Gopalakrishna G, Bouter LM, Mayer T, Steneck N. Assuring research integrity during a pandemic. BMJ Opinion 2020. Published online

Bouter LM. “What research institutions can do to foster research integrity”. Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics 2020; 26: 2363-69.

Dal-Ré R, Bouter LM, Cuijpers P, Gluud C, Holm S. “Should misconduct be criminalised?” Research Ethics 2020: 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1177/1747016119898400

Haven TL, van Woudenberg R, (2021) “Explanations of research misconduct, and how they relate”. General Journal for the Philosophy of Science (accepted)

René van Woudenberg ,“The Delineation of Common Sense”, in: Peels & Van Woudenberg (eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Common Sense Philosophy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020.

van den Brink, G. (2019). How Theology Stopped Being Regina Scientiarum – and How Its Story Continues. Studies in Christian Ethics, 32(4), 442-454. https://doi.org/10.1177/0953946819868092

Gijsbert van den Brink, “In Defence of Dialogue: A Response to Yves Gingras”, Metascience (2019), doi.org/10.1007/s11016-019-00404-2

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