Category Archives: research ethics

How come nobody saw it?

I refer here to Dr. Diederik Stapel, a Dutch social psychologist who admitted had published papers based on fabricated data for more than a decade. In hindsight it is easy to spot the problems:  obviously, data collection for the experiments … Continue reading

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Have your paper written and published for you for US$ 17,250

I knew most of us scientists are not found of writing. That’s why we are in science! It is so much more fun to do the experiments and analyze the data than draft a manuscript. So, if you don’t want … Continue reading

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