Correction of the literature

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  1. No study’s perfect: a cross-disciplinary analysis of published errata

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

    Mistakes in research are inevitable, and publishing corrections is vital for the integrity of the literature. These errata rarely require a retraction, and are therefore considered a lesser concern. This perception might be wrong, however, because the act ...

  2. Retractions research project

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

    The COPE  Code of Conduct states that editors have a responsibility to ensure the reliability of the scientific record, implying that it will sometimes be necessary to retract an article, but it has never attempted to develop detailed guidance about this. ...

  3. Blatant example of duplicate publication?

  4. Grounds for retraction?

  5. A falling out

  6. The manipulated contributor list

  7. Yet another case of duplicate publication

  8. Undeclared conflict of interest

  9. Retrospective correction: how far back do we go?

  10. Redundant publication