Self-Plagarism: Oxymoron, Fair Use, or Scientific Misconduct?
Broome, Marion E.
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Pryor, Erica R.; Habermann, Barbara; Broome, Marion E. (2007-06)OBJECTIVE: To report results from a national survey of coordinators and managers of clinical research studies in the US on their perceptions of and experiences with scientific misconduct. METHODS: Data were collected using ...
Broome, Marion E.; Pryor, Erica; Habermann, Barbara; Pulley, Leavonne; Kincaid, Harold (2005-10)Purpose: The overall purposes of this article are to report the development of a survey instrument, Scientific Misconduct Questionnaire-Revised (SMQ-R) that elicits the perceptions of research coordinators managing clinical ...
Habermann, Barbara; Broome, Marion; Pryor, Erica R; Ziner, Kim Wagler (2010-01)BACKGROUND: Most reports of scientific misconduct have been focused on principal investigators and other scientists (e.g., biostatisticians) involved in the research enterprise. However, by virtue of their position, ...