Fraud in the Imputation of Fraud

It is often very hard to draw the line between conscious and unconscious deception—or to define the precise mixture of the two.

Fraud, Disclosure, and Degrees of Freedom in Science

The problem of fraud in science is much broader than the few cases of deliberate, large-scale fraud might suggest. Recently cases of deliberate fraud have been uncovered in the study of primate cognition (Harvard), the health benefits of resveratrol (U Conn), and numerous social psychology findings (Tilburg U, Netherlands).

Do Societies Differ in Their Degree of Self-Deception?

The case of self-inflation and income inequality