Acknowledgements: The updated information in this article is based on the author’s graduate student paper written for the course, Introduction to Science Philosophy (PPS 702), in 2001. The author is deeply grateful to professors Rudy C. Tarumingkeng, Ph.D. and Zahrial Coto, Ph.D. for their help.
I am strongly of the opinion, based on Nick’s follow-up article, that the paper needs to be retracted again, and should stay retracted. Giving one retry was already rather generous given the scope of the problems. Since the researchers’ own Excel files show that their data are not what they say they are, it seems unreasonable to expect valid results at this point.
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I note that the retract-and-replace does not address a key issue brought up in Nick’s original critique, namely that the paper says these were 8-12 year olds but multiple descriptions of this work in Wansink’s books refer to them as daycare children, and the original paper used the word “preliterate” of them. I don’t think we know how old they were, if indeed any children were ever tested at all.
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