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Rivera's introduction also points to errors in Burmeister's text, most notably the apparent miscitation of works under the wrong rhetorical headings (p.
But with regard to this charge, Gibson attended solely to his miscitation of Clancy and Kweskin (1971), to which he responded as follows: "And I do want to thank him [Dubow] for noting my correct citation, shared by Young, of Clancy's misquotation of his own paper." But, again, Gibson demonstrates a problem with details.
The earliest miscitation seems to be by Young (1972) in her so-frequently-ever-since-cited JAR article, "Copy Testing without Magic Numbers," wherein she cited Clancy and Kweskin as reporting ".