Frequency of concealment, fabrication and falsification of study data by deceptive subjects

@article{Devine2021FrequencyOC,
  title={Frequency of concealment, fabrication and falsification of study data by deceptive subjects},
  author={E. Devine and Alyssa M. Pingitore and Kathryn N. Margiotta and Natalia A. Hadaway and Kathleen Reid and Kristina R. Peebles and J. W. Hyun},
  journal={Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications},
  year={2021},
  volume={21}
}
Purpose Many studies have found evidence that research subjects engage in deceptive practices while participating in health-related studies. Little is known, however, about how often subjects use deception and the percentage of studies a typical subject will contaminate with false data. This study examined the frequency of use of different types of deception among a sample of subjects who admit to using deception. Methods A sample of 59 subjects who had participated in at least two health… Expand

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