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Unformatted Document Text:  63 (summer 2008): 127-145. 29 Scott Reinardy and Jensen Moore, “When Do Journalists Learn about Ethics? An Examination of Introductory and Graduating Students’ Ethical Perceptions,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 62 (summer 2007): 161-175. 30 Conway and Groshek, “Ethical Gaps and Ethics Gains,” 135. 31 Conway and Groshek, “Forgive Me Now, Fire Me Later,” 477. 32 Donald L. McCabe, “Levels of Cheating and Plagiarism Remain High,” The Center for Academic Integrity, research released in June 2005. (A printout was made of the research findings on October 19, 2006, when the center was part of Duke University. Links to the online files were cut when the center was relocated to Clemson University and were still unavailable as of March 4, 2011.) 33 Donald L. McCabe, e-mail message to author, April 29, 2006. 34 Bernard E. Whitley Jr., “Factors Associated with Cheating among College Students,” Research in Higher Education 39 (June 1998): 235-274. 35 Lee B. Becker, Tudor Vlad and Paris Desnoes, “Enrollments Decline Slightly and the Student Body Becomes More Diverse,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 65 (autumn/winter 2010): 224-249. 36 Neil Granitz and Dana Loewy, “Applying Ethical Theories: Interpreting and Responding to Student Plagiarism,” Journal of Business Ethics 72 (May 2007): 293-306. 37 Jason M. Stephens, Michael F. Young and Thomas Calabrese, “Does Moral Judgment Go Offline When Students are Online? A Comparative Analysis of Undergraduates’ Beliefs and Behaviors Related to Conventional and Digital Cheating,” Ethics & Behavior 17 (July 2007): 233-254. 38 Peter Ashworth and Philip Bannister, “Guilty in Whose Eyes? University Students’ Perception of Cheating and Plagiarism in Academic Work and Assessment, Studies in Higher Education 22 (June 1997): 187-203. 39 Patrick M. Scanlon and David R. Neumann, “Internet Plagiarism among College Students,” Journal of College Student Development 43 (May/June 2002): 374-385; David A. Rettinger and Yair Kramer, “Situational and Personal Causes of Student Cheating,” Research in Higher Education 50 (May 2009): 293-313. 40 Donald L. McCabe and Linda Klebe Trevino, “Academic Dishonesty: Honor Codes and Other Contextual Influences,” Journal of Higher Education 64 (September/October 1993): 522-538. 41 Dean E. Allmon, Diana Page and Ralph Roberts, “Determinants of Perceptions of Cheating: Ethical Orientation, Personality and Demographics,” Journal of Business Ethics 23 (February 2000): 411-422. 42 Natasha Coleman and Tom Mahaffey, “Business Student Ethics: Selected Predictors of Attitudes Toward Cheating,” Teaching Business Ethics 4 (May 2000): 121-136. 43 Gale M. Lucas and James Friedrich, “Individual Differences in Workplace Deviance and Integrity as Predictors of Academic Dishonesty,” Ethics & Behavior 15 (January 2005): 15-35. 44 Lewis R. Goldberg, “Language and Individual Differences: The Search for Universals in Personality Lexicons,” in Review of Personality and Social Psychology 2, ed. Ladd Wheeler (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1981): 141-165. 45 John M. Digman, “The Curious History of the Five-Factor Model,” in The Five-Factor Model of Personality: Theoretical Perspectives (NY: Guilford, 1996): 1-20. 46 Lewis R. Goldberg, “The Structure of Phenotypic Personality Traits,” American Psychologist 48 (January 1993): 26- 34. 47 Lewis R. Goldberg, “An Alternative ‘Description of Personality’: The Big-Five Factor Structure,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 59 (December 1990): 1216-1229; Oliver P. John and Sanjay Srivastava, “The Big Five Trait Taxonomy: History, Measurement, and Theoretical Perspectives,” in Handbook of Personality 2nd ed., ed. Lawrence A. Pervin and Oliver P. John (NY: Guilford, 1999): 102-138; Stephen Soldz and George E. Vaillant, “The Big Five Personality Traits and the Life Course: A 45-Year Longitudinal Study.” Journal of Research in Personality 33 (June 1999): 208-232. 48 Kevin M. Williams, Craig Nathanson and Delroy L. Paulhus, “Identifying and Profiling Scholastic Cheaters: Their Personality, Cognitive Ability, and Motivation,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (September 2010): 293-307. 49 Craig Nathanson, Delroy L. Paulhus and Kevin M. Williams, “Predictors of a Behavioral Measure of Scholastic Cheating: Personality and Competence but not Demographics,” Contemporary Educational Psychology 31 (January 2006): 97-122.

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63 (summer 2008): 127-145.
 Scott Reinardy and Jensen Moore, “When Do Journalists Learn about Ethics? An Examination of Introductory and 
Graduating Students’ Ethical Perceptions,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 62 (summer 2007): 161-175.
 Conway and Groshek, “Ethical Gaps and Ethics Gains,” 135.
 Conway and Groshek, “Forgive Me Now, Fire Me Later,” 477.
 Donald L. McCabe, “Levels of Cheating and Plagiarism Remain High,” The Center for Academic Integrity, research 
released in June 2005. (A printout was made of the research findings on October 19, 2006, when the center was part of 
Duke University. Links to the online files were cut when the center was relocated to Clemson University and were still 
unavailable as of March 4, 2011.)
 Donald L. McCabe, e-mail message to author, April 29, 2006.
 Bernard E. Whitley Jr., “Factors Associated with Cheating among College Students,” Research in Higher Education 
39 (June 1998): 235-274.
 Lee B. Becker, Tudor Vlad and Paris Desnoes, “Enrollments Decline Slightly and the Student Body Becomes More 
Diverse,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 65 (autumn/winter 2010): 224-249.
 Neil Granitz and Dana Loewy, “Applying Ethical Theories: Interpreting and Responding to Student Plagiarism,” 
Journal of Business Ethics 72 (May 2007): 293-306.
 Jason M. Stephens, Michael F. Young and Thomas Calabrese, “Does Moral Judgment Go Offline When Students are 
Online? A Comparative Analysis of Undergraduates’ Beliefs and Behaviors Related to Conventional and Digital 
Cheating,” Ethics & Behavior 17 (July 2007): 233-254.
 Peter Ashworth and Philip Bannister, “Guilty in Whose Eyes? University Students’ Perception of Cheating and 
Plagiarism in Academic Work and Assessment, Studies in Higher Education 22 (June 1997): 187-203.
 Patrick M. Scanlon and David R. Neumann, “Internet Plagiarism among College Students,” Journal of College  
Student Development 43 (May/June 2002): 374-385; David A. Rettinger and Yair Kramer, “Situational and Personal 
Causes of Student Cheating,” Research in Higher Education 50 (May 2009): 293-313.
 Donald L. McCabe and Linda Klebe Trevino, “Academic Dishonesty: Honor Codes and Other Contextual 
Influences,” Journal of Higher Education 64 (September/October 1993): 522-538.
 Dean E. Allmon, Diana Page and Ralph Roberts, “Determinants of Perceptions of Cheating: Ethical Orientation, 
Personality and Demographics,” Journal of Business Ethics 23 (February 2000): 411-422.
 Natasha Coleman and Tom Mahaffey, “Business Student Ethics: Selected Predictors of Attitudes Toward Cheating,” 
Teaching Business Ethics 4 (May 2000): 121-136.
 Gale M. Lucas and James Friedrich, “Individual Differences in Workplace Deviance and Integrity as Predictors of 
Academic Dishonesty,” Ethics & Behavior 15 (January 2005): 15-35.
 Lewis R. Goldberg, “Language and Individual Differences: The Search for Universals in Personality Lexicons,” in 
Review of Personality and Social Psychology 2, ed. Ladd Wheeler (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1981): 141-165.
 John M. Digman, “The Curious History of the Five-Factor Model,” in The Five-Factor Model of Personality:  
Theoretical Perspectives (NY: Guilford, 1996): 1-20.
 Lewis R. Goldberg, “The Structure of Phenotypic Personality Traits,” American Psychologist 48 (January 1993): 26-
 Lewis R. Goldberg, “An Alternative ‘Description of Personality’: The Big-Five Factor Structure,” Journal of 
Personality and Social Psychology 59 (December 1990): 1216-1229; Oliver P. John and Sanjay Srivastava, “The Big 
Five Trait Taxonomy: History, Measurement, and Theoretical Perspectives,” in Handbook of Personality 2nd ed., ed. 
Lawrence A. Pervin and Oliver P. John (NY: Guilford, 1999): 102-138; Stephen Soldz and George E. Vaillant, “The 
Big Five Personality Traits and the Life Course: A 45-Year Longitudinal Study.” Journal of Research in Personality 33 
(June 1999): 208-232.
 Kevin M. Williams, Craig Nathanson and Delroy L. Paulhus, “Identifying and Profiling Scholastic Cheaters: Their 
Personality, Cognitive Ability, and Motivation,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (September 2010): 
 Craig Nathanson, Delroy L. Paulhus and Kevin M. Williams, “Predictors of a Behavioral Measure of Scholastic 
Cheating: Personality and Competence but not Demographics,” Contemporary Educational Psychology 31 (January 
2006): 97-122.

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