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Fischman, Josh – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2012
This article reports on how some scientists impersonate outside reviewers for journals and give high marks to their own manuscripts. Scientists appear to have figured out a new way to avoid any bad prepublication reviews that dissuade journals from publishing their articles: Write positive reviews themselves, under other people's names. In…
Descriptors: Credentials, Ethics, Scientists, Deception
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Vendetti, Corrie; Kamawar, Deepthi; Andrews, Katherine E. – Developmental Psychology, 2019
We told ninety-nine 4- and 5-year-olds stories in which speakers told lies and truths in two contexts: those told to deny a transgression (misdeeds) and those told to spare another's feelings (politeness). Participants identified each statement as a lie or as the truth, morally judged it as good or bad, and decided whether or not to assign…
Descriptors: Theory of Mind, Preschool Children, Ethics, Moral Values
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Foster, Ida; Wyman, Joshua; Talwar, Victoria – Journal of Moral Education, 2020
The development of children's lie-telling abilities is considered to be a social and cognitive milestone. While occasional lying is developmentally appropriate, the use of frequent, antisocial lies as a maladaptive problem-solving mechanism can indicate behaviour problems. Since lying is often considered a moral transgression, researchers should…
Descriptors: Deception, Ethics, Moral Development, Moral Values
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Ma, Weina; Sai, Liyang; Tay, Cleo; Du, Youhong; Jiang, Jie; Ding, Xiao Pan – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2019
The present study examined the role of executive function in lying for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The temptation resistance paradigm was used to elicit children's self-protective lies and the Hide-and-seek task was used to elicit children's self-benefiting lies. Results showed that children with ASD told fewer lies in the two…
Descriptors: Ethics, Executive Function, Deception, Children
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Bazzul, Jesse – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2017
This paper outlines a theoretical context for research into "the subject of ethics" in terms of how students come to see themselves as self-reflective actors. I maintain that the "subject of ethics," or ethical subjectivity, has been overlooked as a necessary aspect of creating politically transformative spaces in education. At…
Descriptors: Ethics, Educational Research, Educational Philosophy, Moral Values
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Rabin, Colette; Smith, Grinell – AERA Online Paper Repository, 2016
Isolation is often a problem in online courses. In this qualitative study, we used care ethics perspectives to design the social organization of an online course to foster the development of robust collaborative professional relationships. Redesign focused on two areas. First, we centered all assignments on complex real-world problems. Second, we…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Caring, Ethics, Curriculum Design
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Besken, Miri – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2018
Manipulations that induce disfluency during encoding generally produce lower memory predictions for the disfluent condition than for the fluent condition. Similar to other manipulations of disfluency, generating lies takes longer and requires more mental effort than does telling the truth; hence, a manipulation of lie generation might produce…
Descriptors: Memory, Ethics, Deception, Metacognition
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2018
This article tries to defend the position that Holocaust Education can be enriched by appreciating laughter and humor as critical and transformative forces that not only challenge dominant discourses about the Holocaust and its representational limits, but also reclaim humanity, ethics, and difference from new angles and juxtapositions. Edgar…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Death, Jews, European History
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Song, Ting; Ustin, Pavel N.; Popov, Leonid M.; Mudarisov, Marat M. – EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2017
The relevance of this work was connected with the problem of ethical competencies forming among future psychologists during their learning in university. The first task of research was to work out the technology of ethical development for students-psychologists. The structure of this technology included four main educational components:…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Ethics, College Students, Student Development
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Klinker, JoAnn Franklin; Hoover, J. Duane; Valle, Fernando; Hardin, Fred – Planning and Changing, 2014
Experience in problem-based learning, authentic experiences, on-the-job decision making, and critical reflection on decisions made formed the conceptual framework of an internship to develop democratic leadership as a professional ethic in interns. Interns in an on-the-job guided internship examined decisions over a 13-week period as they…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Democracy, Leadership, Internship Programs
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Ergen, Gürkan – Educational Policy Analysis and Strategic Research, 2019
Life without interaction and communication cannot exist, neither without choices. In communication, firstly every source and then every message has a value; likewise, every choice humans are to make each and every second is a result of an e'value'tion. Because there exists no moment or field without 'value' and e'value'tion, they end up in a…
Descriptors: Values Education, Models, Multiple Literacies, Moral Values
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Richardson, Emma; Stokoe, Elizabeth; Antaki, Charles – Applied Linguistics, 2019
Effective police interviews are central to the justice process for sexual assault victims, but little is known about either actual communication between police officers and witnesses or the alignment between guidance and real practice. This study investigated how police officers, in formal interviews, follow 'best evidence' guidance to obtain…
Descriptors: Sexual Abuse, Victims of Crime, Intellectual Disability, Ethics
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Thompson, Greg; Adie, Lenore; Klenowski, Val – Journal of Education Policy, 2018
The National Assessment Program -- Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) in Australia is a series of literacy and numeracy tests that are used for purposes of school comparison. This paper argues that a key question for this use lies in whether or not this is a reasonable, or valid, use of the test data. Using Kane's argumentative approach to validity,…
Descriptors: Standardized Tests, Scores, National Programs, National Competency Tests
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Phelan, Shanon K.; Kinsella, Elizabeth Anne – Qualitative Inquiry, 2013
While engaged in a research project involving the use of visual methods with children, the authors discovered that there are many ethical considerations beyond what could have been predicted at the outset. Some of these considerations are important with respect to research with children in general, while others arise more particularly when using…
Descriptors: Ethics, Qualitative Research, Child Safety, Researchers
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Cox, Richard J. – portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2016
Ask any tenure-stream or tenured faculty member about how well prepared he or she was for entering the academy, and you will get a clear sense of a lack of preparation. One estimate is that only about 50 percent received any training for university teaching. To compound the problem, universities prepare most doctoral students to become…
Descriptors: Ethics, Tenure, Higher Education, Teaching (Occupation)
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