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Retraction

a public statement removing previously published research findings from the literature when it is discovered that that these findings are invalid, unreliable or fraudulent.


Atlas, M. C. (2004). Retraction policies of high-impact biomedical journals. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 92(2), 242. a>

Budd, J. M., Sievert, M., Schultz, T. R., & Scoville, C. (1999). Effects of article retraction on citation and practice in medicine. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 87(4), 437.

Budd, J. M., Sievert, M., & Schultz, T. R. (1998). Phenomena of retraction: reasons for retraction and citations to the publications. JAMA, 280(3), 296-297.

Casadevall, A., Steen, R. G., & Fang, F. C. (2014). Sources of error in the retracted scientific literature. The FASEB Journal, 28(9), 3847-3855.

Chaddah, P. (2014). Not all plagiarism requires a retraction. Nature, 511(7508), 127.

Cokol, M., Ozbay, F., & Rodriguez‐Esteban, R. (2008). Retraction rates are on the rise. EMBO reports, 9(1), 2-2.

Cokol, M., Iossifov, I., Rodriguez‐Esteban, R., & Rzhetsky, A. (2007). How many scientific papers should be retracted?. EMBO reports, 8(5), 422-423.

Cyranoski, D. (2012). Retraction record rocks community. Nature, 489(7416), 346.

Elia, N., Wager, E., & Tramèr, M. R. (2014). Fate of articles that warranted retraction due to ethical concerns: a descriptive cross-sectional study. PloS one, 9(1), e85846.

Fang, F. C., & Casadevall, A. (2011). Retracted science and the retraction index. Infection and Immunity, 79(10), 3855-3859.

Karabag, S. F., & Berggren, C. (2012). Retraction, dishonesty and plagiarism: analysis of a crucial issue for academic publishing, and the inadequate responses from leading journals in economics and management disciplines.

Lu, S. F., Jin, G. Z., Uzzi, B., & Jones, B. F. (2013).The retraction penalty: evidence from the Web of Science.

Madlock-Brown, C. R., & Eichmann, D. (2015). The (lack of) impact of retraction on citation networks. Science and engineering ethics, 21(1), 127-137.

Miller, G. (2010). Misconduct by postdocs leads to retraction of papers. Science, 329(5999), 1583-1583.

Pfeifer, M. P., & Snodgrass, G. L. (1990). The continued use of retracted, invalid scientific literature. JAMA, 263(10), 1420-1423.

Pownall, M. (1999). Falsifying data is main problem in US research fraud review. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 318(7192), 1164.

Rao, T.S.S., & Andrade, C. (2011). The MMR vaccine and autism: Sensation, refutation, retraction, and fraud. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 53(2), 95-96.

Redman, B. K., Yarandi, H. N., & Merz, J. F. (2008). Empirical developments in retraction. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34(11), 807-809.

Snodgrass, G. L., & Pfeifer, M. P. (1992). The characteristics of medical retraction notices. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 80(4), 328.

Steen, R. G. (2010). Retractions in the scientific literature: is the incidence of research fraud increasing?. Journal of Medical Ethics, jme-2010.

Steen, R. G., Casadevall, A., & Fang, F. C. (2013). Why has the number of scientific retractions increased?. PloS One, 8(7), e68397.

Trikalinos, N. A., Evangelou, E., & Ioannidis, J. P. (2008). Falsified papers in high-impact journals were slow to retract and indistinguishable from nonfraudulent papers. Journal of clinical epidemiology, 61(5), 464-470.

Van Noorden, R. (2011). The trouble with retractions. Nature, 478(7367), 26.

White, P. F., Rosow, C. E., & Shafer, S. L. (2011). The Scott Reuben saga: one last retraction. Anesthesia & Analgesia, 112(3), 512-515.

Wright, K., & McDaid, C. (2011, October). Is the retraction of journal articles in electronic journals and databases consistent and timely? A case study. In 19th Cochrane Colloquium, Madrid (pp. 19-22).


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