University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center August 25, 2011. Why Scientists Cheat (and what am I supposed to do about it?). Gerald P. Koocher, Ph.D., ABPP Simmons College www.ethicsresearch.com. Proximal Cause & Scientific Dishonesty.
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Sohrabi, B. Gholipour, A. & Mohammadesmaeili, N. (2011). Effects of Personality and Information Technology on Plagiarism: An Iranian Perspective. Ethics & Behavior, 21, 5, xxx-xxx.
Stupidity & Bad habits Effects of Personality and Information Technology on Plagiarism:
NIH Grant No. R01 NS049573 [NINDS/ORI] Effects of Personality and Information Technology on Plagiarism:
Gerald P. Koocher, Principal Investigator
Patricia Keith-Spiegel and Joan Sieber, Co-Investigators
See: Koocher, G. P. & Keith-Spiegel, P. (2010). Opinion: Peers nip misconduct in the bud. Nature, 466, 438-440.Colleagues as a Defense Against Bad Science
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In August 2000, he applied for employment to the VA, submitting a false Declaration for Federal Employment form, denying any criminal history, despite having a prior conviction and serving 3 years probation for mail fraud in 1992.
By October of 2000, Kornak held responsibility for organizing, coordinating, implementing, and directing all research elements in the Stratton VA Medical Center oncology research program.
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