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Serious and continuing research noncompliance and integrity violations undermine the quality of research and trust in science. When researchers engage in these behaviors, institutional officials (IOs) often develop corrective action plans. Ideally, such plans address the root causes so...
Abstract The issue of predatory publishing is of increasing concern to the academic community. In this letter, we express more concern than hope about a recently launched online machine-learning tool that identifies suspected predatory journals based on existing black/white lists and textual...
Research integrity (RI) is crucial for trustworthy research. Rules are important in setting RI standards and improving research practice, but they can lead to increased bureaucracy; without commensurate commitment amongst researchers toward RI, they are unlikely to improve research practices. In...
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