Why Publishing Everything Is More Effective than Selective Publishing of Statistically Significant Results
The authors criticize and disprove de Winter and Happee’s conclusions that it may be more effective to publish …
Dishonesty is part of the human condition. In this article the authors discuss how dishonesty is rationalized, what the implications for scientific research are and how a culture of research integrity can be fostered.
Title: Dishonesty in scientific research
Authors: Mazar N, Ariely D
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