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Article 1 Keyword: academic honesty Title: Academic Honesty and Online Classes Authors: Grijalva, Therese C.; Nowell, Clifford; Kerkvliet, Joe Published: March 2006 This article was reviewed by peers Database: Gale PowerSearch database Academic dishonesty is an issue of concern for teachers, students, and institutions of higher education because students and faculty do not interact directly in web-based classes. Article 2 Keyword: academic honesty Title: Students’ Honesty in Correcting Graded Errors Authors: Krueger, Williams C. F; Wayne U., Detroit, Mich. Published: October 1947 This article was reviewed by peers Database: Gale PowerSearch database In three experiments, psychology students were asked to correct grading errors on test papers. Before the students knew it was an experimental setup 90% left the grade to high when correcting errors in their favor and about 95% raised their grade with their disadvantages. After they learned it was a test of honesty, 99% lowered their grade
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