Sociology and philosophy of science

  1. Goodman S, Fanelli D, Ioannidis JPA (2016) What does reproducibility mean? Science Translational Medicine - 10.1126/scitranslmed.aaf5027
  2. Fanelli D (2016) A mathematical theory of knowledge, science, bias and pseudoscience. PeerJ-Preprints - 10.7287/peerj.preprints.1968v1
  3. Fanelli D (2016) Set up a 'self-retraction' system for honest errors. Nature - 10.1038/531415a
  4. Fanelli D & V Larivière (2016) Scientists' individual publication rate has not increased in a century. PLoS ONE - 10.1371/journal.pone.0149504
  5. McCrary J, Christensen G & Fanelli D (2016) Conservative Tests under Satisficing Models of Publication Bias. PLoS ONE -10.1371/journal.pone.0149590
  6. Fanelli D & Larivière V (2015). Are scientists really publishing more? Proceedings of the15th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  7. 2. Ioannidis JPA, Fanelli D, Drake Dunne D, Goodman SN (2015). Meta-research: Evaluation and improvement of research methods and practices. PLoS Biology -DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002264
  8. Fanelli D, Costas R and Larivière V (2015). Misconduct Policies, Academic Culture and Career Stage, Not Gender or Pressures to Publish, Affect Scientific Integrity. PLoS ONE - DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0127556
  9. Fanelli D (2015) We need more research on causes and consequences, as well as on solutions. Addiction - 10.1111/add.12772
  10. Pupovac V & Fanelli D (2015) Scientists admitting to plagiarism: a meta-analysis of surveys. Science and Engineering Ethics - 10.1007/s11948-014-9600-6
  11. Yu B & Fanelli D (2014) Classifying Negative Findings in Biomedical Publications. Proceedings of the BioNLP 2014, Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing.
  12. Fanelli D (2014) Reply to de Winter and Dodou (2014): Growing bias and the hierarchy are actually supported, despite different design, errors, and disconfirmation-biases. Peer J - commentary. (non peer-reviewed) This is the original pre-print the comment replies to.
  13. Fanelli D (2014) Publishing: rise in retractions is a signal of integrity. Nature - doi:10.1038/509033a
  14. Fanelli D & Ioannidis JPA (2014) Re-analyses actually confirm that US studies may overestimate effect sizes in softer research. PNAS - DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1322565111
  15. Fanelli D (2013) Why growing retractions are (mostly) a good sign. PLoS Medicine - DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001563
  16. Fanelli D & Ioannidis JPA (2013) US studies may overestimate effect sizes in softer research.
  17. Fanelli D & Glanzel W (2013) Papers published in PNAS reflect the Hierarchy of the Sciences. Proceedings of the 14th ISSI Conference (International Society for Scientometrics and Infometrics), Vienna, AT, 2013
  18. Fanelli D & Glanzel W (2013) Bibliometric evidence for a Hierarchy of the Sciences.
  19. Fanelli D (2013) Only reporting guidelines can save (soft) science.
  20. Fanelli D (2013) Redefine misconduct as distorted reporting.
  21. Fanelli D, Sydnes LK, Ducharme H, Bullock M, Comstock G, Smith C, de Melo-Martin I, Zimmerman S, and Frankel M (2013) Societal consideration as willingness to dialogue - A commentary to Singapore Statement point n. 14. Proceedings of the 3rd World Conference on Research Integrity.
  22. Fanelli D and Glanzel W (2012) A Bibliometric test of the Hierarchy of the Sciences: preliminary results.
  23. Fanelli D (2012) When East meets West…does bias increase? A preliminary study on South Korea, United States and other countries. Proceedings of the 13th COLLNET Meeting.
  24. Fanelli D (2013) Positive results receive more citations, but only in some disciplines.
  25. Fanelli D (2012) Any publicity is better than none: newspaper coverage increases citations, in the UK more than in Italy.
  26. Fanelli D (2012) Negative results are disappearing from most disciplines and countries.
  27. Fanelli D (2010) Do pressures to publish increase scientists' bias? An empirical support from US states data.
  28. Fanelli D (2010) "Positive" results increase down the Hierarchy of the Sciences.
  29. Fanelli D (2009) How many scientists fabricate and falsify research? A systematic review and meta-analysis of survey data.

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Book chapters/reports

  1. Fanelli D (in press.) Institutional pressures to publish: what effects do we see?. in: Mario Biagioli & Alexandra Lippman eds. Gaming Metrics.
  2. CNR Ethics Committee, Research Integrity subcommittee (2015) Linee guida del CNR per l'integrità nella ricerca (CNR's Guidelines for Research Integrity).
  3. Fanelli D (2011) The black, the white and the grey areas - towards an international and interdisciplinary definition of scientific misconduct. Pp. 77-87 in: Nick Steneck & Tony Meyer eds. Promoting Research Integrity on a Global Basis.
  4. Honesty, Accountability and Trust: Fostering Research Integrity in Canada. Report of the Expert Panel on Research Integrity Council of Canadian Academies, 2010

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Evolutionary biology

  1. Sumner S, Kelstrup H & Fanelli D (2010) Reproductive constraints, direct fitness and indirect fitness benefits explain helping behaviour in the primitively eusocial wasp, Polistes canadensis. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 277(1688):1721-1728.
  2. Turillazzi S, Fanelli D, Theodora P, Lambardi D, Ortolani I, Hashim R, Baracchi D (2008) Determinants of immature brood and nest recognition in a stenogastrine wasp (Hymenoptera Vespidae). Ethology Ecology & Evolution 20:17-33.
  3. Fanelli D, JJ Boomsma & Turillazzi S (2008) Subordinate wasps in colonies with low reproductive skew are more aggressive. Animal Behaviour 75:879-886.
  4. Fanelli D, Henshaw M, Cervo R, Turillazzi S, Queller S, &Strassmann J (2005) The social parasite wasp Polistes atrimandibularis does not form host races. J. Evolutionary Biology. 18:1362-7.
  5. Fanelli D, JJ Boomsma & Turillazzi S (2005) Multiple reproductive strategies in a tropical hover wasp. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58:190–199.
  6. Fanelli D & Turillazzi S (2005) Preliminary investigations on alternative strategies following nest loss in foundresses of Parischnogaster mellyi (Hymenoptera; Stenogastrinae). REDIA 87:215-217.
  7. Turillazzi S, Sledge MF, Dapporto L, Landi M, Fanelli D, Fondelli L, Zanetti P & Dani FR (2004) Epicuticular lipids and fertility in primitively social wasps (Hymenoptera Stenogastrinae). Physiological Entomology 29:464–471.
  8. Fanelli D, Turillazzi S & Boomsma JJ (2003)  Genetic relationships among females, males and older brood in the tropical Hover Wasp Parischnogaster mellyi.  Ins. Soc. Life 5:33-37.
  9. Zanetti P, Dani F, Destri S, Fanelli D, Massolo A & Turillazz iS (2001) Nestmate recognition in Parischnogaster striatula (Hymenoptera Stenogastrinae), visual and olfactory recognition cues.  J. Insect Physiology 47(9):1013-1020.
  10. Destri S, Dapporto L, Fanelli D, Hashim R &Turillazzi S (2001) Preliminary investigations on the role of cuticular hydrocarbons in nestmate recognition of Parischnogaster mellyi. Insect Social Life 4:145-150.
  11. Fanelli D, Cervo R & Turillazzi S (2001) Three new host species of the social parasite Polistes atrimandibularis.  Insectes Sociaux 48:352-354.

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Relevant dissemination articles

  1. Fanelli D (2012) Bad news: Science is getting too positive. AQMeNtion Edition 9.
  2. Fanelli D (2010) What surveys tell us about scientific frauds. BIOforum 14:16-17.

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