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That's weird, when I click those links, nothing happened. When you posted that the links were not dead, I tried again and still nothing happens. So I tried IE and, presto! the links are indeed not dead. For some reason they don't work in Firefox. As for the PAIR study, I don't really understand what "implemented" means here. Did Huston set up this study? What was Johnson's role? Now that I can read the two references, I see that neither mentions Johnson, so apparently he was just a collaborator. If so, then why devote a whole section of his bio to this? --Randykitty (talk) 16:20, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
- @Randykitty: I'm using Firefox (version 52.9) and the links are working fine. If you go into "Help" and then "About Firefox" it will tell you which version you've got, perhaps yours needs updating.
He was a collaboratorversus
he was just a collaborator- that's an eye of the beholder distinction for me. --The Vintage Feminist (talk) 16:33, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
- I'm using Firefox 67.0.2 (64 bit version), which is the latest one. Weird. Anyway, the only source we have for his implication in PAIR is Johnson's own faculty page, it would be good to have an independent source, preferably one that gives a bit more info on what exactly he did. Also, would there be a better word for "implemented", which to me sounds a bit weird when talking about a scientific study and gives the impression that Huston was just a kind of manager, which is not usually what a PI does (the archived links have an amusing typo: "principle investigator" instead of "principal investigator". I have no doubt that Huston is principled... :-) --Randykitty (talk) 16:51, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
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