Mistakes

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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. The critical commentary

    Case number: 
    98-06
    Year: 
    1998
  3. Surprising results and a new area of research

  4. Undeclared conflicts of interest and potential author dispute over signed letter for publication

  5. Revised version different from original version submitted

    Case number: 
    01-29
    Year: 
    2001
  6. Unauthorised use of questionnaires

  7. Potentially unethical publication

  8. Misunderstood requirements for authorship

  9. Competing interest issue

  10. Signing on behalf of other authors

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