'Self-plagiarism'/text recycling (published article)

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  1. Prevalence and attitudes towards plagiarism in biomedical publishing

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

    Plagiarism is a growing issue in scientific publishing domain. Information technology has immensely increased the accessibility of source literature, simultaneously making plagiarism easier then ever, but it has also enabled the development of plagiarism ...

  2. Self-plagiarism?

  3. Profusion of copied text passages

  4. How should editors respond to plagiarism? April 2011

    Cynthia Clerk - 29th Jan 2018

    Discussion document: How should editors respond to plagiarism? [PDF, 557KB] Resource type Resource Resource category Discussion documents COPE Discussion Documents How should editors respond to plagiarism? April 2011 Summary Discussion document: How shoul ...

  5. COPE Forum 12 March 2013: Text recycling

    Cynthia Clerk - 29th Jan 2018

    The topic for discussion at this Forum was ‘Text recycling’. Self-plagiarism, also referred to as ‘text recycling’, is a topical issue and is currently generating much discussion among editors. Opinions are divided as to how much text overlap with an auth ...

  6. Text recycling guidelines for editors

    Cynthia Clerk - 5th Feb 2018

    A common issue encountered by editors is overlap of text with an author’s own previously published work, particularly with the increasing use of plagiarism detection software. This practice is known as ‘text recycling’ (also sometimes referred to as ‘self ...

  7. Plagiarism in a case report

  8. Sections of plagiarised text in an e-publication

  9. Self-plagiarism of review article

  10. Suspected unattributed text in a published article