Jennifer L. Kisamore

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The efficacy of Azjen’s (1985, 1991) Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) for the prediction of cheating intentions and behaviors was examined in a sample of 241 business undergraduates. Mediated structural equation models of the TPB, with personality constructs, adjustment, and prudence, as antecedents were examined. The TPB model explained 21% of the variance(More)
Interest and research on academic misconduct has become more salient in part due to recent publicized academic and organizational scandals. The current study investigated a possible interaction between perception of the university's academic culture and personality, conceptualized as Reliability, on students' perceptions of academic misconduct. A(More)
BACKGROUND Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) has replaced its microbiology wet laboratory with a variety of tutorials including a case-based interactive session called Microbial Jeopardy!. The question remains whether the time spent by students and faculty in the interactive case-based tutorial is worthwhile? This study was(More)
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