The Funniest Research Paper I’ve Ever Read

I’ve read some funny research papers in academic psychology that weren’t intended to be funny and a few that were. By far there is a clear winner for the Best… Paper… Ever. Titled, “Measuring the Immeasurable: Or ‘Could Abraham Lincoln Take the Implicit Association Test?’” (written by Arina K. Bones, of the University of Darache in Monte Carlo, and Navin R. Johnson of Opti Corp, and published in the December 2007…