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Misrepresentation of research citations among medical school faculty applicants.
|Title||Misrepresentation of research citations among medical school faculty applicants.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||Goe, LC, Herrera AM, and Mower WR|
|Keywords||Authorship , Bibliographic , Biomedical , Biomedical Research , DATABASES , Databases, Bibliographic , Faculty , Faculty, Medical , Fraud , Humans , JOB , Job Application , Medical , professional , Professional Misconduct , United , United States|
A review of 250 faculty applicant bibliographies in 1995 from eight medical institutions representing six medical specialties investigated the legitimacy of each journal, abstract, and book citation, finding 56 misrepresented citations among 2149 verified articles, distributed among 39 applicants. Most were discrepancies in authorship order, and journal citations were the most frequently misrepresented.
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