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PSY 1603.03— Spring 2008 ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICIES Academic Honesty: . Honesty in completing assignments is essential to the mission of the university. Cheating, plagiarism, or other kinds of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated and will result in appropriate sanctions that may include failing an assignment, failing the class, or being suspended or expelled. The specific disciplinary process for academic dishonesty is found in Chapter 4 of the TWU Student Handbook. Tools to help you avoid plagiarism are available through the TWU Libraries’ “Quick Links” under “Research Help” that can be found at: Undergraduate students are expected to adhere to high standards of academic honesty and conduct. The Undergraduate Psychology Committee has adopted a zero tolerance policy for incidents of plagiarism and cheating. Academic dishonesty for the purposes of this class will be defined as any of the following (adapted from Frank, 2001): stealing or using someone else's work or ideas and presenting them as your own (this includes homework assignments) using part or all of another student's work and presenting it as your own (this includes homework assignments) submitting a paper that someone else has written using information from the World Wide Web or the Internet without citing the source or sources having some one else do your work for you having your work edited to the point that it is no longer your work buying a paper from any source submitting anything that is not your own work submitting the same paper for more than one class without the express permission of the instructors involved "cutting and pasting" - use text from any source, include a citation, but do not use quote marks to indicate that you used the author's words copying another student's answers on a quiz, examination, or homework assignment. using cheat sheets or notes during closed book quizzes/tests falsifying research participation other cases of observed cheating (as determined by instructor) If you use a direct quote, you must include quotation marks (“”) and cite the source (and page number) of where you found the quote. If you neglect these rules, it is called plagiarism . NOTE: In cases in which a student copies or uses another student’s work, both students will receive the penalty. In cases in which a student who has completed the course is involved, Academic Affairs will be contacted. Results of Academic dishonesty In all cases, students will receive a zero on the assignment or will receive a grade of “F” in the course dependent on the specific incident. In all cases, the incident will be documented and submitted to the Office of Student Life
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course PSYCH 1603 taught by Professor Ding during the Spring '08 term at Texas Woman's University.

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