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lunedì 18 luglio 2011

Falsificazione ? in Inglese: misconduct

... forse in inglese suona un po' meglio ...

Parliamo di definizioni di risultati scientifici, che richiamano molto la storia di Interphone.
Le diverse e altamente qualificate definizioni (qui sotto) fanno riferimento a manipolazione e/o creazione di sintesi selettive  od omissione di dati conflittuali
oppure una distorsione dei dati finalizzati ad una rapresentazione parziale del fenomeno.




British Medical Journal (BMJ) uses the definition of the scientific misconduct provided by the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) that is a slightly amended version of the US Office of Research Integrity definition of scientific misconduct (http://resources.bmj.com/bmj/authors/editorial-policies/scientific-misconduct):
“…Falsification of data: ranges from fabrication to deceptive selective reporting of findings and omission of conflicting data, or willful suppression and/or distortion of data…”.
The US Office of Research Integrity (ORI) (http://ori.hhs.gov/misconduct/definition_misconduct.shtml):
“… (b) Falsification is manipulating research materials, equipment, or processes, or changing or omitting data or results such that the research is not accurately represented in the research record…”.
Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_misconduct):
“Forms of scientific misconduct include: … Obfuscation – the omission of critical data or results. Example: Only reporting positive outcomes and not adverse outcomes…”.

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