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Appropriating the Ideas of Others
|Title||Appropriating the Ideas of Others|
|Publication Type||Case Study|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Authors||Korenman, Stanley G., and Shipp Allan C.|
|Publisher||University of Minnesota, Office of the Vice President for Research|
Four months after having lunch with a leader in his field, a graduate student is informed by his adviser that his work has appeared, with only minimal attribution, in an article written by the aforementioned leader.
Used with permission of Association of American Medical Colleges. Case drawn from Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research Through Case Study Approach: A Handbook for Instructors, Stanley G. Korenman and Allan C. Shipp, Eds., 1994.
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