Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy. On Being A Scientist: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in Research, Third Edition. Chapter on Research Misconduct. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2009.
- : Describes the ethical foundations for scientific practices, potential challenges faced by researchers and includes case studies for discussion on research misconduct.
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Alexander, M, Williams, W. A Guidebook for Teaching Selected Responsible Conduct of Research Topics to a Culturally Diverse Trainee Group, Chapter 6: Teaching Materials for Research Misconduct
- : Includes Mini-Surveys and Case Studies on research misconduct issues with a focus on the training needs of international postdoctoral fellows.
Mini-Survey, Chapter 6: pages 45-46.
- : General 4-question survey on research misconduct knowledge.
Case RM -1, Chapter 6: page 47.
- : Explores the definition of plagiarism, colleague and mentor responsibilities, and consequences.
Case RM -2, Chapter 6: page 49.
- : Explores the definition of misconduct and options for addressing the issue.
Mini-Case RM -A, Chapter 6: page 53.
- : Explores whether a practice is questionable or is really misconduct?
Mini-Case RM -B, Chapter 6: page 54.
- : Explores the whether the use of preliminary results could be considered misconduct.
Mini-Case RM -C, Chapter 6: page 55.
- : Explores whether omission of data could be considered misconduct.
Macrina, FL. Scientific Integrity: Text and Cases in Responsible Conduct of Research, 4th edition. Chapter 1: Methods, Manners, and the Responsible Conduct of Research. Washington, DC: ASM Press, 2014.
- : Topics include scientific misconduct and responsible conduct of research.
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