Journal/Book/Conference Title Title
Association for Practical and 2016 Professional Ethics Annual International Conference, Reston, VA
■ As expected, moral judgment, anticipated shame, and perceptions of harm were the strongest and most consistent predictors of the perceived likelihood of misconduct.
■ Perceived likelihood of detection only predicted for one scenario, and sanctions had no overall effect (sanctions did affect how strongly moral judgment affected likelihoods).
■ There were no differences in perceived likelihood of misconduct by type of university.
■ Early career faculty reported higher likelihoods.
■ Organizational justice was not related to likelihoods.
Department of Social Work
Center for Academic Ethics
Original Publication Date
UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
©2016 Anita M. Gordon and Helen C. Harton
Gordon, Anita M. and Harton, Helen C., "Perceptions and predictors of questionable research practices in the social sciences" (2016). Faculty Publications. 8.