Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Work with someone who later commits misconduct? You may pay the price

It makes sense that scientists would adopt a sort of “buyer beware” attitude towards fraud — if researchers choose to collaborate with someone who’s been found guilty of some type of misconduct, their reputation among their peers might take a hit. But what about people who work with someone who is later convicted of misconduct […]

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