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Evaluation of the research norms of scientists and administrators responsible for academic research integrity.
|Title||Evaluation of the research norms of scientists and administrators responsible for academic research integrity.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||Korenman, Stanley G., Berk R., Wenger NS, and Lew V.|
|Journal||JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association|
|Keywords||Biomedical , Biomedical Research , Conflict , Conflict of Interest , Data , Data Collection , ethics , Ethics, Professional , Ethics, Research , Financing , Financing, Government , Government , information , Information Dissemination , Peer , Peer Review, Research , plagiarism , professional , research , Scientific , Scientific Misconduct , United , United States , United States Office of Research Integrity|
C To characterize the professional norms of active scientists and compare them with those of individuals with institutional responsibility for the conduct of research, the authors of this study sent out a survey consisting of 12 scenarios in 4 domains of research ethics. Respondents were asked whether an act was unethical and, if so, the degree to which they considered it unethical and to select responses and punishments for the act. The authors found that surveyed scientists and institutional representatives had strong and similar norms of professional behavior, but differed in their approaches to an unethical act.
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