RCR Resources

Compilation borrowed from the Train the Trainers: RCR Courses & Workshops session held at the 2017 5th World Conference on Research Integrity organized by Stefanie Van der Burght and Michael Kalichman.

Compilation borrowed from the Train the Trainers: RCR Courses & Workshops session held at the 2017 5th World Conference on Research Integrity organized by Stefanie Van der Burght and Michael Kalichman.

  • Anderson MS, Horn AS, Risbey KR, Ronning EA, DeVries R & Martinson BC (2007): What Do Mentoring and Training in the Responsible Conduct of Research Have To Do with Scientists’ Misbehavior? Findings from a National Survey of NIH-Funded Scientists. Academic Medicine 82(9):853-860.
  • Anderson MS. Louis KS (1994): The graduate student experience and subscription to the norms of science. Res Higher Ed 35:273—99.
  • Brown 5, MW Kalichman (1998): Effects of training in the responsible conduct of research: A survey of graduate students in experimental sciences. Science and Engineering Ethics 4(4): 487-498.
  • Eastwood S. Derish P, Leash E, Ordway S (1996): Ethical issues in biomedical research: Perceptions and practices of postdoctoral research fellows responding to a survey. Science and Engineering Ethics 2: 89-114.
  • Fryer-Edwards K (2002). Addressing the Hidden Curriculum in Scientific Research.American Journal of Bioethics, 2(4): 58-59.
  • Peiffer AM, Laurenti PJ, Hugenschmidt CE (2008). Fostering a Culture of Responsible Lab Conduct. Science. 322:1186<
  • Swazey JP, Anderson MS (1996): Mentors, advisors, and role models in graduate and professional education. Association of Academic Health Centers, Washington, DC.
  • Whitbeek C (2001): Group mentoring to foster the responsible conduct of research. Science and Engineering Ethics 7:541-558.
  • Wright DE, Titus SL, Cornelison JB (2008): Mentoring and Research Misconduct: An Analysis of Research Mentoring in Closed ORI Cases.  Science and Engineering Ethics 14(3): 323-336.

Compilation borrowed from the Train the Trainers: RCR Courses & Workshops session held at the 2017 5th World Conference on Research Integrity organized by Stefanie Van der Burght and Michael Kalichman.

  • Antes AL, Murphy ST. Waples EP, Mumford MD. Brown RP, Connelly 5, Devenport LD (2009): A Meta-Analysis of Ethics Instruction Effectiveness in the Sciences. Ethics and Behavior 9(5):379-402.
  • Elliott D, Stern JE (1996): Evaluating Teaching and Students’ Learning of Academic Research Ethics. Science and Engineering Ethics 2:345-366.
  • Fleitman E, Olsen CH, Anestidou L, Bulger RE (2007): New Graduate Students’ Baseline Knowledge of the Responsible Conduct of Research. Academic Medicine. 82(9):838-845.
  • Kalichman M (2013): Why do we teach research ethics? Proceedings from National Academy of Engineering Workshop on Practical Guidance on Science and Engineering Ethics Education. pp. 5-16.
  • Kalichman MW, Plemmons DK (2007): Reported Goals for Responsible Conduct of Research Courses. Academic Medicine 82(9): 846-852.
  • Mulhearn TJ, Steele LM, Watts LL, Medeiros KE, Mumford MD, Connelly S (2016). Review of instructional approaches in ethics education. Science and Engineering Ethics. doi:10.1007/s11948-016-9803-0.
  • Watts LL, Medeiros ICE, Muihearn TJ, Steele LM, Connelly S Mumford MD (2016). Are ethics training programs improving? A metaanalytic review of past and present ethics instruction in the sciences. Ethics and Behavior. doi: 10.1080/10508422.2016.1182025.

Compilation borrowed from the Train the Trainers: RCR Courses & Workshops session held at the 2017 5th World Conference on Research Integrity organized by Stefanie Van der Burght and Michael Kalichman.

  • Angier N, Thomas L (1999): Natural Obsessions: Striving to Unlock the Deepest Secrets of the Cancer Cell. Mariner Books.
  • Barker K (2002): At the Helm: A Laboratory Navigator. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
  • Barker K (2005): At the Bench: A Laboratory Navigator. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
  • Beveridge WIB (1950): The Art of Scientific Investigation. Vintage Books, New York
  • Bishop JM (2003): How to Win the Nobel Prize: An Unexpected Life in Science. Harvard University Press.
  • Feibelman PJ (1993): A Ph.D. is Not Enough: A Guide to Survival in Science. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.
  • Grinnell F (2008): The Everyday Practice of Science Oxford University Press.
  • Gunsalus CK (2012): The Young Professional’s Survival Guide: From Cab Fares to Moral Snares. Harvard University Press.
  • Kanigel R (1993): Apprentice to Genius: The Making of a Scientific Dynasty. Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Kennedy D (1997): Academic Duty. Harvard University Press.
  • Lang JM (2005): Life on the Tenure Track: Lessons from the First Year. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
  • Medawar PB (1979): Advice to a Young Scientist. Harper & Row, Philadelphia.
  • Ramon y Cajal S (1999): Advice for a Young Investigator. MIT Press
  • Selye H (1964): From Dream to Discovery: On Being a Scientist. McGraw-Hill, New York.
  • Schoenfeld C (1992): Mentor in a manual: climbing the academic ladder to tenure. Magna Publications, Madison, WI.
  • Sindermann CJ (1987): Survival Strategies of New Scientists. Plenum Press, New York.
  • Skloot R (2010): The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Crown.
  • Slack JMW (1998): Egg and Ego: An Almost True Story of Life in the Biology Lab. Springer Press.
  • Sutton RI (2007): The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn’t. Business Plus.

Compilation borrowed from the Train the Trainers: RCR Courses & Workshops session held at the 2017 5th World Conference on Research Integrity organized by Stefanie Van der Burght and Michael Kalichman.

  • Bulger RE, Heitman E, Reiser Si (2002): The Ethical Dimensions of the Biological and Health Sciences, Cambridge Univ. Press, NY.
  • Harris CE, Pritchard M. Rabins M (2008): Engineering Ethics: Concepts and Cases 4e. Wadsworlh Publishing. Belmont CA.
  • Israel M. Hay I (2006): Research Ethics for Social Scientists. Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks.
  • Kovac J (2003): The Ethical Chemist: Professionalism and Ethics in Science. Prentice Hall.
  • Macrina FL (2014): Scientific Integrity, ASM Press, 4th ed., Washington, D.C.
  • National Academics of Science (2009): On Being a Scientist: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in Research. http:www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record id=12192
  • Penslar RL, ed. (1995): Research Ethics: Cases and Materials. Indiana University Press. Bloomington.
  • Shamoo AE, Resnik DR (2002): Responsible Conduct of Research, Oxford Univ. Press, NY.
  • Sponholz G, Leidenfrost J (2013) Curriculum “Good Scientific Practice.”
  • Stenneck NH (2004): ORI Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research.