Archive for the ‘nigeria’ Category
As we’ve noted before, we generally let duplication retractions make their way to the bottom of our to-do pile, since there’s often less of an interesting story behind them, duplication is hardly the worst of publishing sins, and the notices usually tell the story. (These are often referred to — imprecisely — as “self-plagiarism.”)
But that skews what’s represented here — boy, are there a lot of duplication retractions we haven’t covered! — and we might as well be more comprehensive. Plus, our eagle-eyed readers may find issues that we won’t see on a quick scan.
So with this post, we’re inaugurating a new feature here at Retraction Watch, “You’ve been dupe’d.” Every now and then, we’ll gather five of these duplication retractions at a time, and post them so they get into the mix, and into our category listing (see drop-down menu in right-hand column if you haven’t already). Here are the first five: Read the rest of this entry »
Written by ivanoransky
November 6, 2012 at 4:42 pm
Posted in springer retractions, elsevier, united states, duplication retractions, china retractions, cell biology, math retractions, iran retractions, neuroscience retractions, surgery retractions, psychiatry, cell press, freely available, biophysical journal, endocrinology, biomed central, nonlinear analysis: theory meth app, nigeria, the aaps journal, j diabetes metabolic disorders, int j surgery case reports, morocco