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Adventures in Collaborative Research (abridged)
Adventures in Collaborative Research (abridged)


Author(s) Kenneth D. Pimple
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Notes This publication can be found at This abridgement is adapted from a case prepared for use at a workshop at the University of Minnesota, February 1999. All characters, organizations, and situations in this case are fictional. The structure of the case was inspired by "The Whole Truth," a videotape in the Integrity in Scientific Research series produced and distributed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. For more on the video series, see (verified Apr 29 2017).
Year 1999
Language English
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