February 23, 2012

TODAY IN ACADEMIC FRAUD: “Among the 937 applicants, 357 put down that they had at least one research study that was published or about to be published in a peer-reviewed outlet. When Amies Oelschlager’s group went to find those publications, 156 of the 1,000 publications listed turned up missing.”

Conclusion: “The higher the stakes, the greater the incentives to cheat.”

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