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Will Approaches from the Psychosocial and Organizational Sciences Improve Research Misconduct Regulation?

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This chapter contains sections titled: Moral Disengagement, Lies, Deception, and Self-Deception, Ethical Decision Making, Moral Identity, Psychosocial Factors in Research Misconduct, Organizational Factors in Research Misconduct, Stability of Ethical Norms and Organizational Justice, Instruction in the Responsible Conduct of Research, Summary, Study Questions