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Building on a Premature Claim: A Cautionary Tale
Building on a Premature Claim: A Cautionary Tale

Added08/17/2006

Updated12/02/2015

Author(s) Albert R. Meyer Caroline Whitbeck
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Notes Caroline Whitbeck introduced methods and modules for discussing numerous issues in responsible conduct of research at a Sigma Xi Forum in 2000. Partial funding for the development of this material came from an NIH grant. You can find the entire sequence on the OEC at http://www.onlineethics.org/Resources/TeachingTools/Modules/19237.aspx. Some information in these historical modules may be out-of-date; for instance, there may be a new edition of the professional society’s code that is referred to in an item. If you have suggestions for updates, please contact the OEC.
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Year 2006
Language English
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    Scientific experiments and measurements are transformed into research data. The term “research data” applies to many different forms of scientific information, including raw numbers and field notes, machine tapes and notebooks, edited and categorized observations, interpretations and ...

    Author(s) Kelly Laas
    Authoring Institution Online Ethics Center
    Year 2016
Cite this page: "Building on a Premature Claim: A Cautionary Tale" Online Ethics Center for Engineering 8/17/2006 OEC Accessed: Saturday, April 21, 2018 <www.onlineethics.org/Resources/TeachingTools/Modules/19237/resethpages/bldg_claim.aspx>