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Hartley, James (2018) Book review: publish or perish: perceived benefits versus unintended consequences by Imad A. Moosa. LSE Review of Books (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Hartley, James and Cabanac, Guilaume (2017) Why has submitting a manuscript to a journal become so difficult? A call to simplify an overly complicated process. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 May 2017). Website.

Hartley, James (2015) Students can write: Making writing tasks relevant and personal can bring out hidden skills. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Sep 2015). Website.

Rowley, Martin and Hartley, James (2014) Mad professors revisited: Evaluating children’s perceptions of academics, teachers and the world of science. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Aug 2014). Website.

Hartley, James (2014) What can be done to prevent the proliferation of errors in academic publications? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 May 2014). Website.

Hartley, James (2014) Should authors strive to have a consistent and recognisable style of writing? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Jan 2014). Website.

Hartley, James (2013) Are academics working harder than they did before? Or just differently? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Dec 2013). Website.

Hartley, James (2013) Three strikes and a blog: What to do with papers that are continually rejected. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Sep 2013). Website.

Hartley, James (2013) Experimental social psychology relies too heavily on sample findings from undergraduate students. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Jul 2013). Website.

Hartley, James (2012) Academic writing in old age: How retired academics can make considerable contributions to their institutions. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Oct 2012). Website.

Hartley, James and Betts, Lucy (2012) There’s more than meets the eye when constructing and interpreting scales. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Jul 2012). Website.

Hartley, James (2012) Titles are the hardest thing: How can we make them more effective? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 May 2012). Website.

Hartley, James (2012) We should aim for open refereeing of academic articles in the information age. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 May 2012). Website.

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