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Plagiarism Unbeknownst to most students of psychology, Pavlov’s first experiment was to ring a bell and cause his dog to attack Freud’s cat.
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What is plagiarism? A significant aspect of ethical behavior for college students involves plagiarism, a frequently misunderstood concept. Plagiarism is academic dishonesty, one type of cheating. It is unethical and illegal. Faculty cannot plagiarize when they publish or present research, professionals cannot plagiarize when they prepare documents, and students cannot plagiarize when they write papers for school or research reports. Plagiarism includes …
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What is plagiarism? 1. Presenting someone else's ideas or data as if they were your own. 2. Using someone else's language without quotation marks and citation. 3. Paraphrasing by borrowing someone else's grammatical structure or phrases . 4. Handing in someone else's work as if it were your own. 5. Submitting identical or highly similar papers to multiple courses without instructor knowledge and approval (even if you wrote the papers).
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Unformatted text preview: Feedback on plagiarism exercises Passage 1, sentence 1. Plagiarism? YES! No citation taking credit for someone elses ideas. Passage 1, sentence 2. Plagiarism? YES! Citation is given, BUT paraphrasing preserves grammatical structure of the source. You cannot substitute a few words and call it your own. Passage 1, sentence 3. Plagiarism? NO. Citation given. Paraphrasing is good. The phrase saliency bias is in quotes with proper APA-style page number. Feedback on plagiarism exercises Passage 2, sentence 1. Plagiarism? YES! Borrowed grammatical structure. Passage 2, sentence 2. Plagiarism? YES! Writer is taking credit for others data. Passage 2, sentences 3 & 4. Plagiarism? NO. Paraphrasing is good & properly cited. Passage 2, sentence 5. Plagiarism? NO. Citation given. Quotations used properly with page number. Paraphrased material did not borrow grammatical structure of source....
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2009 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 12 taught by Professor Sweeny during the Spring '09 term at UC Riverside.

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