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The world of scientific publishing is organized as a hierarchy of status, much like the hierarchy of angels in the Abrahamic religions. At the bottom are the non-peer-reviewed blog posts and Twitter threads. Slightly above are the preprint servers like arXiv, and then big peer-reviewed journals like PLOS One. Above those are all the field-specific journals, some with higher reputation than others. And at the top, near the divine presence, are the CNS journals: Cell, Nature, and Science.

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I Am Circle: Use this when you want people establish their commonalities. Have everyone stand in a circle with one person in the middle. That person says something that's true about themselves. If it's true of anyone else, they quickly have to switch places (like musical chairs).

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