Research Misconduct Policies of Social Science Journals and Impact Factor
Resnik, David B
Accountability in research 2010 Mar ; 17(2): 79-84
In this study we gathered data on the misconduct policies of social science journals and combined it with the data from our previous study on journal misconduct policies, which did not include enough social science journals for data analysis. Consistent with our earlier finding, impact factor of the journal was the only variable significantly associated with whether a journal had a formal (written) misconduct policy with an odds-ratio of 1.72 (p
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