Research integrity


ALLEA. (2017). The European Code of conduct for Research integrity 

Anderson, M. S. (1996). Collaboration, the doctoral experience, and the departmental environment. The Review of Higher Education 19, 305.

Biagioli, M. (2012). Recycling texts or stealing time?: Plagiarism, authorship, and credit in science. International Journal of Cultural Property 19, 453-476

Bouter, L. M., Tijdink, J., Axelsen, N., Martinson, B. C. and ter Riet, G. Ranking major and minor research misbehaviors: Results from a survey among participants of four world conferences on research integrity. Research integrity and peer review 1, 17

Clarke, M. (2009). Clarifying authors’ duties and making “contributions statements” mandatory

COPE. (2017). Core practices for journal publishers

Editorial (2012). How to stop plagiarism. Nature 481, 21

Editorial (2018). Nature journals tighten rules on non-financial conflicts. Nature 554, 6

European Commission (2017). Responsible research & innovation

European IPR Helpdesk (2013). Fact sheet: Inventorship, authorship and ownership

ICMJE (2018). Recommendations of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals

James, A. and Horton, R. (2018). The Lancet's Policy on Conflicts of Interest. The Lancet 361, 8-9

Kolata, G. (2017). Many academics are eager to publish in worthless journals

Lee, A., Dennis, C. and Campbell, P. (2017). Nature's guide for mentors

Marcovitch, H., Barbour, V., Borrell, C., Bosch, F., Fernandez, E., Macdonald, H., Marusic, A., Nylenna, M. and Esteve Foundation Discussion Group (2010). Conflict of interest in science communication: More than a financial issue. report from esteve foundation discussion group, april 2009. Croat. Med. J. 51, 7-15.

McNutt, M., Bradford, M., Drazen, J., Hanson, R. B., Howard, B., Jamieson, K. H., Kiermer, V., Magoulias, M., Marcus, E., Pope, B. K. et al. (2017). Transparency in authors' contributions and responsibilities to promote integrity in scientific publication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201715374.

Mudrak, B. (2017). Self-plagiarism: How to define it and why you should avoid it

NIH (2017). Statement on article publication resulting from NIH funded research

ORCID (2017). Connecting research and researchers

ORI (1994). ORI policy on plagiarism

Pain, E (2012). Mentoring advice

Panter, M (2017). Defining plagiarism

PLoS Medicine Editors (2008). Making sense of non-financial competing interests. PLoS Med. 5, e199.

Shamseer, L., Moher, D., Maduekwe, O., Turner, L., Barbour, V., Burch, R., Clark, J., Galipeau, J., Roberts, J. and Shea, B. J. (2017). Potential predatory and legitimate biomedical journals: Can you tell the difference? A cross-sectional comparison. BMC Med. 15, 28.

Tattersall, A. (2018). New research must be better reported, the future of society depends on it

UCSD (2016). Conflicts of interest

Vines, T., Albert, A. K., Andrew, R., Débarre, F., Bock, D., Franklin, M., Gilbert, K., Moore, J., Renaut, S. and Rennison, D. J. (2018). The availability of research data declines rapidly with article age. Current Biology 24, 94-97.