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Peer Effects in Academic Cheating1

1 Peer Effects in Academic Cheating 1 Submitted: Dec 18, 2005 Revised: Oct 22, 2006 Second Revision: Jan 17, 2007 Scott E. Carrell Frederick V. Malmstrom James E. West Abstract: Using self-reported academic cheating from the classes of 1959 through 2002 at the three major U.S. military service ...


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 UNITED STATES' SENT. MEMO. (Heineman) CR 05-0611-1 WHA JOSEPH P. RUSSONIELLO (CABN 44332) United States Attorney BRIAN J. STRETCH (CABN 163973) Chief, Criminal Division C. DAVID HALL (CABN 66081) BRIGID S. MARTIN (CABN ...

The Contagion of Cheating

The Contagion of Cheating Cheating is a ubiquitous problem with important consequences yet, despite extensive research, we do not sufficiently understand its antecedents.

101-111 Iyer N_D 06

Predictions of Cheating In looking at why students cheat, Williams and Hosek (2003) stress that students, even dishonest ones, are rational and that the decision to cheat is not because of an impulsive action, but rather a conscious decision that the benefits of cheating outweigh the risks.

Cheating, the Big Mistake

Page 1 Anita L. Allen, "Cheating, the Big Mistake," in The New Ethics: A Guided Tour of the Twenty-First Century Moral Landscape (New York: Miramax Books, 2004), 28-57.


STUDENT CHEATING, DISCIPLINE, AND ETHICS 235 CHAPTER 12 In universities, as in society in general, cheating is a fact of life, but as a new instructor you can drastically reduce the incidence of cheating in your classes by taking simple precautions.

New Ethics Discussion Guide

1 #604 ETHICS: CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM Is copying homework from a friend considered cheating? What about getting material from the Internet? The issue of cheating in schools is more prevalent and relevant than ever in today's culture; polls show that 80% of high school students admit to having ...

Cheating: What is it

Cheating: What is it? Plagiarism 1. Using another writer's words or ideas without citing the writer. 2. Not using quotation marks and citing the source when you use other's words and ideas; "others" includes your teachers, fellow students (lab reports, computer programs as well as papers), the ...

‘Cheating’ or ‘Sharing’? Academic Ethics Across Cultures

'Cheating' or 'Sharing'? Academic Ethics Across Cultures ‘Cheating’ or ‘Sharing’? Academic Ethics Across Cultures

Altruism, Cheating, and Anticheater Adaptations in Cellular ...

vol. 160, no. 1 the american naturalistjuly 2002 Altruism, Cheating, and Anticheater Adaptations in Cellular Slime Molds Richard Ellis Hudson, * Juliann Eve Aukema, † Claude Rispe, ‡ and Denis Roze § Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona ...