Tag: Plagiarism

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Avoiding Plagiarism

How can you avoid plagiarism and increase your manuscript's likelihood of publication, especially in journals using plagiarism detection tools?

by Michaela Panter, PhD

3 min

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Best Practices for Text Recycling

The use of recycled text has generated debates due to unclear guidelines, but researchers and publishers emphasize the need for ethical and appropriate practices. Text recycling involves reusing one's own writing without proper citation, and while it differs from plagiarism, it raises questions about when and how to credit oneself.

by Charla Viera, MS

9 min

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2023 Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism: How to Avoid Plagiarism in the World of AI

In the digital age, navigating plagiarism complexities safeguards ethical integrity. Innovations like AI both complicate and assist this process, helping authors protect their work and reputations.

by Charla Viera, MS

6 min

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How to Read an iThenticate Report [Includes Example Report]

Learn how to read an iThenticate report! Find out how they work and how much similar text is allowed in a manuscript.

by Kimberly Yasutis, PhD

5 min

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Questionable Research Practices (and research misbehaviors)

The prevalence of QRPs and research misbehaviors in science have created dangerous consequences, such as the replication crisis. At the same time, QRPs have also inspired many solutions, such as pre-registration and preprinting.

by AJE Team

15 min

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Defining Plagiarism

Plagiarism is a form of academic misconduct and can thus lead to dismissal from universities and other research institutions, article rejections or retractions from journals, and decreased credibility as a researcher. How do you know if you're plagiarizing?

by Michaela Panter, PhD

3 min

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