It's good that you're diagnosing yourself as having a reading comprehension disorder for you kindly save us all the trouble of having broach that subject with you. Now that you've broken the ice and shown that you're comfortable with discussing your disability, let me point to another mistake you've made in the quoted post:
Originally Posted by Redress
You realize that at best the paper you present is controversial, at worst it is seen as faulty?
You made the above statement. You didn't indicate that you were conveying other people's opinions. So it seems that in addition to your reading comprehension problems you also have a short-term memory problem which inhibits your ability to recall what you wrote only minutes ago.
To the substance of your evidence-free assertion, the APA published journal gave equal access to the critics, so if there was any fault with the paper then that fault would have been fully addressed by the critics, preeminent scholars in the field.
Your tactic is widely recognized as "poisoning the well" - you lay a turd into the thread by declaring that a paper is controversial and possibly faulty and just leave that turd there to stink up the debate. You don't make an argument as to why YOU, or OTHERS, believe the paper is controversial and WHY some think it MAY be faulty. There would be value in discussing WHY that might be the case but simply dropping a turd like you did serves no purpose other than to poison the debate.
YOU say the paper is controversial. Why should I be bound by your evidence-free assertion? The paper was peer-reviewed and the journal brought together top scholars in the field, people with very impressive publication records. These people all know there fields very well. There is no controversy here.
Presenting something controversial among experts on the topic as fact is somewhat dishonest, though I gave you the benefit of the doubt and asked if you where aware of the problem.