Who cheats at university? A self-report study of dishonest academic behaviours in a sample of Australian university students
The present study investigated the dishonest academic behaviours of Australian university students (N= 954) and their relationships with demographic factors, academic policy advised to students, academic self-efficacy, and academic orientation. It was hypothesised that higher levels of dishonesty would be associated with low learning-orientation, high grade-orientation, low academic self-efficacy and nonreceipt of information about the rules of cheating and plagiarism. Descriptive analyses...[Show more]
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