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Research misconduct: Know it to avoid it

Understanding the myriad of recommendations and guidelines on the proper conduct of a researcher is inherently difficult, and researchers are typically busy. The session will focus on three concepts you must know and understand: fabrication, falsification and plagiarism that will help you submit a report that does not contain any of these three.
Recorded Jul 22 2015 49 mins
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Mary Nishikawa
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