Are Some People Destined to Cheat on Their Partners? Maybe, According to Science

Are some of us just born to cheat?

Why You Were Smart Not to Take that Cheating Jerk Back

Science is here to validate your instincts.
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Did Harvard Sacrifice Its Own Integrity In Fight Against Cheating?

Harvard admins reportedly accessed deans' emails to figure out who had leaked the school's cheating scandal to the media. How far are universities willing to go in the crusade against cheating?
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Harvard University Cheating Scandal: Even At Harvard, Cheating is Cheating

More than 60 students were accused of cheating on Harvard's "Introduction to Congress" final exam. The university has now asked a large number of those students to withdraw, but is that right?

When Plagiarism Goes Viral: Fareed Zakaria, Jonah Lehrer Show Shift in Standards

Fareed Zakaria, Jonah Lehrer, and at least dozens of Coursera students were recently caught plagiarizing. But in the age of social media, soon this may be no crime.

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Hungarian president and Olympian resigns after plagiarism scandal, college students take note

Students must diligently avoid plagiarizing because the consequences can ruin education and professional careers.
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Can We Trust School Honor Codes to Prevent Cheating?

Honor codes are intended to teach responsibility, self-respect, and ultimately, integrity. Is placing the regulation of cheating in students' hands an effective practice?
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Adderall Abuse Should Be Treated, Not Punished

Accusing students of cheating will do little to reduce the spread of so-called “academic steroids.”

Don't Blame College Athletes For Cheating

The NBA and NFL don't have minor-league systems, so the livelihood of many athletes depends on passing college classes they have little ability or interest in taking.