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University of Texas at Austin webpage about the file drawer problem.
A webpage providing an overview of the file drawer problem. The author also addresses the issues that may arise from non-publication of studies.

University of Colorado Boulder database of negative results.
A database focused on the publication of negative results at CU (University of Colorado). Primary goal is to allow the research conducted more readily available to the CU community.

University of Colorado at Boulder webpage about the file drawer effect.
A webpage addressing the file drawer effect in meta-analysis. The author focuses on the works of Dean Radin and Douglas Stokes.

University of Delaware webpage about the file drawer effect in meta-analysis.
A webpage describing how the file drawer effect can produce misleading results in meta-analysis. The author also provides suggestions of how to mitigate this problem.

University of Manitoba webpage focused on the file drawer effect in medical journals.
An article arguing that the file drawer effect can lead to a misrepresentation of the data available in medical journals. The examples provided focus on the pharmaceutical industry.

Webpage focused on the publication of negative results.
A webpage providing an overview of the issues associated with the non-publication of negative results. The author focuses on a recent Nature article written by Gupta and Stopfer.

Database of biomedical negated sentenced.
A database focusing on negative sentences used in the biomedical field. Users are provided with links to relevant articles.

John Hopkins Medicine news article about non-publication of negative results.
An article arguing that studies reporting negative results are more likely to go unpublished. The author discusses some of the efforts that have been made to mitigate this issue.