By: L Grayson
This text provides an overview of the subject of scientific deception, examining the entire range of possible misconduct in this area, from the most blatant fraud to relatively innocent self-deception. The author explores the reasons for such behaviour, and discusses responses and policy implications, drawing on material from the USA, Australia and Europe. Pressure is mounting for more concerted action, especially in the field of medicine, and for the setting-up of an independent investigatory body. This is the two books from 1995 and the 1997 update.
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