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(Europe) Psychology researcher committed misconduct, says university – Retraction Watch (Adam Marcus | December 2019)

Published/Released on December 24, 2019 | Posted by Admin on December 24, 2019 / , , , , , , , ,
 


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A Dutch university has found a former psychology researcher at the institution guilty of misconduct for several offenses, including lack of ethics approval for some of her studies and fabricating results in grant applications.

In a Nov. 11, 2019, report, officials at the University of Leiden stated that the researcher, whom it does not identify, violated academic integrity in the following ways:

(1) research with blood samples taken from test subjects without the approval of the Medical Ethical Committee (METC), (2) negligence in listing co-authors, (3) data manipulation, and (4) submitting grant applications with incorrect (incomplete and manipulated) research data. 

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