Sie sind auf Seite 1von 1


Academic dishonesty. (n.d.). In The free dictionary. Retrieved

Cascio, C. (2014). How will cheating in school affect the rest of your life? Global Post.
Retrieved from
Doyle, T. (2014). LOEX: The new science of learning [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved
Emily. (2014a, March 31). Assignment anxiety, superheroes and socks [Blog post].
Retrieved from
Emily. (2014b, May 30). Study tips extravaganza [Blog post]. Retrieved
Fishman, T (Ed.). (2012). The fundamental values of academic integrity (2nd ed.).
Retrieved from International Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University
Integrity. (n.d.). In Merriam-Websters online dictionary (11th ed.). Retrieved
International Center for Academic Integrity. (2012). Fundamental values project.
Retrieved from
Johnston, M. (2011, August 12). NZ: Still has the most sheep per head of population
[Blog post]. Retrieved from
Josephson Institute of Ethics. (2009). Character study reveals predictors of lying and
cheating. Retrieved from
Pauk, W., & Owens, R. J. (2005). How to study in college (8th ed.). Boston, MA:
Houghton Mifflin.
Pavid, K. (2012, March 11). 45,000 students caught cheating at British
universities, Palatinate. Retrieved from