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21 February 2006

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Matthew Polder


Should one really be reviewing the current issue of the American Journal of Political Science at 1:10 a.m.? Empirical studies of Ph.D. candidates in Political Science at U.C. Santa Barbara have recently shown that legal thought, discussion, and analysis conducted after 10 p.m. to be markedly adverse to lucidity, with the effects increasing at a rate that asymptotically approaches complete misinterpretation by 2 a.m.

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