WEEKLY YOU READ YOU WIN. — Selection by @Tibra. — "Squeezing through the now or never bottleneck", *Behavioral and brain sciences*, 2016.

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You read:

 

[CHA15]   Nick CHATER, Morten CHRISTIANSEN, Squeezing through the now or never bottleneck, Behavioral and brain sciences, 39(E62):1–19, 4.2015.

http://cnl.psych.cornell.edu/pubs/2016-cc-BBS.pdf
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/behavioral-and-brain-sciences/article/div-classtitlesqueezing-through-the-now-or-never-bottleneck-reconnecting-language-processing-acquisition-change-and-structurediv/F382EAE4793A56E2E08FBD3285BCCFB5

         OR ... FROM LAST WEEK ... YOU ARE STILL ELIGIBLE WITH ...

[REA17]   J. REALPE-GOMEZ, G. ANDRIGHETTO, G. NARDIN, J. MONTOYA, Balancing selfishness and norm conformity can explain human behavior in large scale prisoner's dilemma games, Physical review, E97(4):042321-1–042321-22, 8.2017.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1608.01291
https://journals.aps.org/pre/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevE.97.042321

↑↑↑ FROM MY 100+ STANDARDIZED REFERENCES LIST

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I think subsidizing serious reading is a common good. What do you think?

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Yes, I totally agree. I'm looking forward to more of your posts. I'm not sure if I'll have time this week to dive into this, but I appreciate and support the endeavor.

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This will be a weekly contest.

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Only the abstracts are available, is that right? They were enjoyable reading, especially the " chunk and pass" theory. Hope you get plenty of contestants.

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Full text is available: hence the two links.

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Thanks, I'll try again. I was asked to sign in to google scholar.

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arXiv are always free links; and if you have an academic affiliation you can easily sign up for that. It was the first big permanent archiving and time stamping tool.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1608.01291

http://cnl.psych.cornell.edu/pubs/2016-cc-BBS.pdf

I'm thinking of adding a previous option from last week: Donald Knuth's recent SAT book. An open access preprint can be found at:

http://www.cs.utsa.edu/~wagner/knuth/

I had a previous contest where I just allowed people to pick from a big list but very few have institutional access to anything. (Though most things can now be found somewhere on the interest if one knows how to search.)

These contests will always have an open access link for anything.

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Thanks,I'm not currently enrolled anywhere.

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Today I have some more time, you were right, i got the whole article at the Cornell adress

Good stuff @tibra, getting people to broaden their minds is admirable :)

Just write something amazing

I like how you write. Can I put your quote on my blog?
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Sure, you can quote me in your blog.

:)