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# CR Question from my question bank:

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16 Jan 2019, 14:22
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Normally experts enter their field with the goal of doing important new
investigation and accept as their colleagues those with similar motivation. Thus,
when any expert wins renown as an expounder of science to general audiences,
most other experts conclude that this popularize should no longer be regarded as
a real colleague.

The explanation offered above for the low esteem in which scientific popularizers
are held by research experts assumes that

(A) serious scientific research is not a solitary activity, but relies on active
cooperation among a group of colleagues

(B) research experts tend not to regard as colleagues those experts whose renown
they envy

(C) a scientist can become a famous popularizer without having completed any
important research

(D) research experts believe that those who are well known as popularizers of
science are not motivated to do important new research

(E) no important new research can be accessible to or accurately assessed by those
who are not themselves experts
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16 Jan 2019, 21:35
lzj961111 wrote:
Normally experts enter their field with the goal of doing important new
investigation and accept as their colleagues those with similar motivation. Thus,
when any expert wins renown as an expounder of science to general audiences,
most other experts conclude that this popularize should no longer be regarded as
a real colleague.

The explanation offered above for the low esteem in which scientific popularizers
are held by research experts assumes that

(A) serious scientific research is not a solitary activity, but relies on active
cooperation among a group of colleagues

(B) research experts tend not to regard as colleagues those experts whose renown
they envy

(C) a scientist can become a famous popularizer without having completed any
important research

(D) research experts believe that those who are well known as popularizers of
science are not motivated to do important new research

(E) no important new research can be accessible to or accurately assessed by those
who are not themselves experts

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