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    1. RESEARCHGATE RIDICULOUS POLICIES AND DEEDS:

      Members are not FREE/allowed to write comments/reviews or replies (to projects, publications, Q&A) where they promote/mention their own publications. ResearchGate (RG) lock their accounts and threatens deleting their account if they continue that behavior. This happened to me several times and my account has just been locked:

      Dumb people make sad policies! If they (RG) were smart enough, they would implement an algorithm that would automatically remove those types of comments/replies they don´t tolerate (even though I consider it a ridiculous policy) without having to bother their members with warnings and threats.

    1. RIDICULOUS POLICIES AND DEEDS:

      Members are not FREE/allowed to write comments/reviews or replies (to projects, publications, Q&A) where they promote/mention their own publications. ResearchGate (RG) lock their accounts and threatens deleting their account if they continue that behavior. This happened to me several times and my account has just been locked:

      Dumb people make sad policies! If they (RG) were smart enough, they would implement an algorithm that would automatically remove those types of comments/replies they don´t tolerate (even though I consider it a ridiculous policy) without having to bother their members with warnings and threats.

    1. RIDICULOUS POLICIES AND DEEDS:

      Members are not FREE/allowed to write comments/reviews or replies (to projects, publications, Q&A) where they promote/mention their own publications. ResearchGate (RG) lock their accounts and threatens deleting their account if they continue that behavior. This happened to me several times and my account has just been locked:

      Dumb people make sad policies! If they (RG) were smart enough, they would implement an algorithm that would automatically remove those types of comments/replies they don´t tolerate (even though I consider it a ridiculous policy) without having to bother their members with warnings and threats.

  2. Sep 2017
  3. Jul 2017
    1. The students who exerted more self-control were not more successful in accomplishing their goals. It was the students who experienced fewer temptations overall who were more successful when the researchers checked back in at the end of the semester.

      Reduce the number of distractions you get better results.