Perceived publication pressure is linked to intentions to engage in future scientific misconduct

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A series of two studies published in Research Ethics have found that most scholars believe themselves to be moral and predict they will continue behaving morally, that scientific misconduct is frequently noticed by both researchers and their managers, and that perceived publication pressure and willingness to engage in future scientific misconduct are positively correlated.

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