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The Psychology of Plagiarism
Unformatted Document Text:  50 Tricia Orzeck and Esther Lung, “Big-Five Personality Differences of Cheaters and Non-Cheaters,” Current Psychology 24 (winter 2005): 274-286. 51 Orzeck and Lung, “Big-Five Personality Differences.” 52 Michael D. Botwin, David M. Buss and Todd K. Shackelford, “Personality and Mate Preferences: Five Factors in Mate Selection and Marital Satisfaction,” Journal of Personality 65 (March 1997): 107-136. 53 Goldberg, “An Alternative ‘Description of Personality.’” 54 Paul Kline, The New Psychometrics: Science, Psychology, and Measurement (NY: Routledge, 1998). 55 Paul R. Sackett and James E. Wanek, “New Developments in the Use of Measures of Honesty, Integrity, Conscientiousness, Dependability, Trustworthiness, and Reliability for Personnel Selection,” Personnel Psychology 49 (winter 1996): 787-829. 56 Barry R. Schlenker, “Integrity and Character: Implications of Principled and Expedient Ethical Ideologies,” Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 27 (December 2008): 1078-1125. 57 Christopher M. Berry, Paul R. Sackett and Shelly Wiemann, “A Review of Recent Developments in Integrity Test Research,” Personnel Psychology 60 (summer 2007): 271-301. 58 Schlenker, “Integrity and Character.” 59 Barry R. Schlenker, Marisa L. Miller, and Ryan M. Johnson, “Moral Identity and Personal Responsibility,” in Personality, Identity, and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology, ed. Darcia Narvaez and Daniel K. Lapsley (NY: Cambridge University Press, 2009): 316-340. 60 Marissa L. Miller and Barry R. Schlenker, “Integrity and Identity: Moral Identity Differences and Preferred Interpersonal Reactions,” European Journal of Personality 25 (January 2011): 2-15. 61 Barry R. Schlenker, Michael F. Weigold, and Kristine A. Schlenker, “What Makes a Hero? The Impact of Integrity on Admiration and Interpersonal Judgment,” Journal of Personality 35 (April 2008): 323-355. 62 Schlenker, “Integrity and Character.” 63 Scott A. Wowra, “Moral Identities, Social Anxiety, and Academic Dishonesty Among American College Students,” Ethics & Behavior 17 (July 2007): 303-321. 64 Martin, Rao and Sloan, “Plagiarism, Integrity, and Workplace Deviance.” 65 Dominic L. Lasorsa and Jia Dai, “Newsroom’s Normal Accident?: An Exploratory Study of 10 Cases of Journalistic Deception,” Journalism Practice 1 (issue 2, 2007): 159-174. 66 Martin Fishbein and Icek Ajzen, Predicting and Changing Behavior: The Reasoned Action Approach (NY: Psychology Press, 2010).

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 Tricia Orzeck and Esther Lung, “Big-Five Personality Differences of Cheaters and Non-Cheaters,” Current 
Psychology 24 (winter 2005): 274-286.
 Orzeck and Lung, “Big-Five Personality Differences.”
 Michael D. Botwin, David M. Buss and Todd K. Shackelford, “Personality and Mate Preferences: Five Factors in 
Mate Selection and Marital Satisfaction,” Journal of Personality 65 (March 1997): 107-136.
 Goldberg, “An Alternative ‘Description of Personality.’”
 Paul Kline, The New Psychometrics: Science, Psychology, and Measurement (NY: Routledge, 1998).
 Paul R. Sackett and James E. Wanek, “New Developments in the Use of Measures of Honesty, Integrity, 
Conscientiousness, Dependability, Trustworthiness, and Reliability for Personnel Selection,” Personnel Psychology 49 
(winter 1996): 787-829.
 Barry R. Schlenker, “Integrity and Character: Implications of Principled and Expedient Ethical Ideologies,” Journal 
of Social and Clinical Psychology 27 (December 2008): 1078-1125.
 Christopher M. Berry, Paul R. Sackett and Shelly Wiemann, “A Review of Recent Developments in Integrity Test 
Research,” Personnel Psychology 60 (summer 2007): 271-301.
 Schlenker, “Integrity and Character.”
 Barry R. Schlenker, Marisa L. Miller, and Ryan M. Johnson, “Moral Identity and Personal Responsibility,” in 
Personality, Identity, and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology, ed. Darcia Narvaez and Daniel K. Lapsley 
(NY: Cambridge University Press, 2009): 316-340.
 Marissa L. Miller and Barry R. Schlenker, “Integrity and Identity: Moral Identity Differences and Preferred 
Interpersonal Reactions,” European Journal of Personality 25 (January 2011): 2-15.
 Barry R. Schlenker, Michael F. Weigold, and Kristine A. Schlenker, “What Makes a Hero? The Impact of Integrity 
on Admiration and Interpersonal Judgment,” Journal of Personality 35 (April 2008): 323-355.
 Schlenker, “Integrity and Character.”
 Scott A. Wowra, “Moral Identities, Social Anxiety, and Academic Dishonesty Among American College Students,” 
Ethics & Behavior 17 (July 2007): 303-321.
 Martin, Rao and Sloan, “Plagiarism, Integrity, and Workplace Deviance.”
 Dominic L. Lasorsa and Jia Dai, “Newsroom’s Normal Accident?: An Exploratory Study of 10 Cases of Journalistic 
Deception,” Journalism Practice 1 (issue 2, 2007): 159-174.
 Martin Fishbein and Icek Ajzen, Predicting and Changing Behavior: The Reasoned Action Approach (NY: 
Psychology Press, 2010).

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