Academic misconduct: results of faculty and undergraduate student surveys.

@article{Stern1986AcademicMR,
  title={Academic misconduct: results of faculty and undergraduate student surveys.},
  author={Eli Bartov Leonard N. Stern and Libor Havl{\'i}cek},
  journal={Journal of allied health},
  year={1986},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={129-42}
}
Educators in health-related fields are particularly sensitive to academic misconduct because undergraduate students who falsify academic work in such fields can go on to endanger the health and well being of the very people they are meant to assist. This paper presents the results of a survey of 104 faculty and 314 undergraduate students regarding their experience with academic misconduct. Faculty and student definitions of misconduct are compared, the incidence of cheating within each category… CONTINUE READING

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