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Table 3 Perceived consequences of reporting

From: On the Willingness to Report and the Consequences of Reporting Research Misconduct: The Role of Power Relations

Did anything change?Constructive consequencesNegative consequencesNo changeDon't knowNA
Plagiarism (N = 60)20 (33%)3 (5%)19 (32%)10 (17%)8 (13%)
Cherry picking (N = 28)8 (29%)0 (0%)14 (50%)0 (0%)6 (21%)
Falsification (N = 14)7 (50%)0 (0%)6 (43%)0 (0%)1 (7%)
Fabrication (N = 13)6 (46%)3 (23%)4 (31%)0 (0%)0 (0%)
Authorship (N = 49)4 (8%)1 (2%)35 (71%)2 (4%)7 (14%)
Text recycling (N = 7)3 (43%)1 (14%)2 (29%)0 (0%)1 (14%)
Data Manipulation (N = 5)2 (40%)0 (0%)3 (60%)0 (0%)0 (0%)
Don't understand (N = 5)2%0%40%0%40%
Do not wish to answer (N = 1)100%0%0%0%0%