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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

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Do the authors speculate at all on the finding that students are less likely to engage in this behavior if they perceive that faculty would approve of IUPS? Also, has there been any research on tenure track faculty who engage in IUPS in the service of meeting milestones for tenure?

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