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Thursday, March 05, 2009

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Jay Levitt

Speaking of the psychology of not reading long things... the three-page bogus consent form would be far more persuasive (to others) than the 89-page research paper. If you know the authors, please persuade them to publish that form. (By reading this comment, you agree to use all reasonable force to do so.)

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