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  • Case

    A(uthor) vs C(omplainant) authorship dispute

    A was a researcher in C’s lab for 1 year, during which time they published a joint research paper in a third party journal (journal S). After leaving C’s institute (henceforth called institute X), A published in the journal (journal T as a sole author). The affiliation provided by A on the paper was institute X. All of the data reported in this paper were obtained while A was still employed at…
  • Seminars and webinars

    COPE webinar 2017: Standards in authorship

    …="https://publicationethics.org/resources/seminars-and-webinars/ethical-versus-fraudulent-authorship">Ethical authorship vs fraudulent authorship COPE seminar session, 2021 Authorship discussion document How to handle authorship disputes: a guide for new researchers
  • Case

    Possible plagiarism and fabrication

    …the authors of the first paper concluded that 43 patients per group were required; the authors of the second paper concluded from the same power analysis that 17 patients were needed. 8. In the second paper, the reported incidences of nausea and vomiting with drugs A, B, and placebo are sometimes identical and sometimes different from those reported in the first paper. 9. For all drug A vs placebo,…
  • News

    In the news: March Digest

    …target="_blank">https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/leap.1218 COPE Council member
  • Case

    Reviewer's identity revealed

    …="https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_account-mso_mac-mso_365hp/make-reviewer-comments-anonymous-in-already/343f3f74-efe0-4825-8086-de2427e863cf" target="_blank">make reviewer comments anonymous.…
  • Self-Citation - Forum discussion November 2017

    …of references in a given work that can or should be a limit in referring back to the authors’ own publications? Is there any guidance journals or publishers can give to authors about what is considered “appropriate” vs. “excessive”? Are there, or should there be rules about changing reference lists during revision, in particular in adding more self-citations if not specifically requested by the…
  • FORUM DISCUSSION TOPIC: comments please

    …of references in a given work that can or should be a limit in referring back to the authors’ own publications? Is there any guidance journals or publishers can give to authors about what is considered “appropriate” vs. “excessive”? Are there, or should there be rules about changing reference lists during revision, in particular in adding more self-citations if not specifically requested by the…
  • Forum discussion topics

    COPE Forum: 13 November 2017: Self-Citation: where's the line?

    …“appropriate” vs. “excessive”? Are there, or should there be rules about changing reference lists during revision, in particular in adding more self-citations if not specifically requested by the editors/reviewers? References
  • News

    Diversity in Peer Review: Survey Results

    …organisers/panels • Kinds of diversity that are important in peer review: Area of expertise (88%) Gender (77%) Race/ethnicity (74%) Age (66%) Other (21%), including location/nationality, organisation/institution type, career stage/education…
  • News

    In the news: February Digest

    …grade history courses in Texas and California, comparing the content. The story demonstrates that our students are exposed to sometimes nuanced, or sometimes blatantly different versions of the same historical events. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/01/12/us/texas-vs
  • News

    In the news: October 2020

    …="https://www.springernature.com/gp/open-research/journals-books/books/diversifying-readership-through-open-access" target="_blank">usage of open vs non-open access books and found that OA books were dowloaded 10 times more often, and cited 2.4 times more often, than non-OA books. A systematic search of "vanished" open access journals, using the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine, discovered 176 open access journals that vanished from the web (2000-2019).…
  • News

    In the news: June Digest

    ….        https://www.wiley.com/network/journaleditors/latest-content/better-peer-review" target="_blank">https://www.wiley.com/network/journaleditors/latest-content/better-peer-review Post publication peer review of PLOS articles is unusual-occurring for only 7.4% papers and it has been declining. About 1/3 of such comments are procedural (like copy editing comments) and of the remaining, only about 1/2 discuss the content of the paper. The authors note that if post…
  • News

    Allegations of Misconduct webinar summary, April 2019

    …out the problem.    Susan Garfinkel Q: What percentage of cases brought to the F&I Committee comes from authors vs. publishers/editors? A: Good question!  I don't think we've looked at this directly (though I'll make a note to do so!), but my intuitive answer is that our complainants are roughly an even split between…
  • Seminars and webinars

    Webinar 2021: Diversity, equity and inclusion

    …encountered any situations of offensive material.  However, in those that had, 85% of experiences resulted in retractions, suggesting that whenever issues are raised, the concerns are legitimate enough to require intervention. Yes several times – 7 Yes once – 16 No, it came up but no action required – 4 No – it has never come up – 74 Who should decide…