Harvard University researcher Francesca Gino has been criticized for allegedly fabricating her findings. This was reported on Saturday, June 24, by The New York Times, citing a report.
“In recent days, the field (of human behavior research. – Ed.) has suffered perhaps the most serious blow – allegations against a well-known behavioral scientist about falsifying research results, including at least one devoted to how to detect honesty ” , the newspaper writes.
The situation happened around Harvard Business School professor Francesca Gino, who is known as the author of the 2012 study. It noted that the truth in their tax documents, people most often indicate at the top of the sheet. The results of this study after the publication “has been cited hundreds of times by other scientists,” the journalists noted.
The NYT also highlighted that Harvard had notified four of Gino’s co-authors on the study about possible falsification of its results.
Harvard Business School, as well as the researcher herself, did not respond to the publication’s request for comment on the alleged fabricated results of the study.
All of these accusations caused “great resonance in the academic community” because the accused scientist is a leading specialist with a large number of scientific articles, another behavioral scientist from the University of Pennsylvania quoted the publication as saying.
He also added that he personally, like many other scientists, checks all joint work with Gino for falsification.Trembling goods: manufacturers of counterfeit products will be disconnected from public procurement Violators proposed to be blacklisted and closed access to retail chains and found that half of the examined products contained signs of falsification.
In 12 out of 23 examined goods (52%), signs of falsification with alcohols of non-grape origin were revealed, information about violations was sent to Rosalkogolregulirovanie.Share: