Plagiarism in Neuroscience

Plagiarism in Neuroscience

One researcher’s article has “unexplained, close similarities” to a previously published study and is exposed on a watchdog website. The researcher threatens legal action, which prompts closer inspection of his work, with more and more papers uncovered as having “unexplained, close similarities.”

Lesson of the day: ┬ádon’t plagiarize in the age of internet searches and emails.

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