This study investigates the ambitions, ethics and research practices of PhD-students/candidates in the Netherlands . When you participate, you provide an important contribution to a study that seeks to provide insights in ethics and research practices to you and the broader community of academic researchers.
We are currently collecting data on research ethics at all universities among PhD-candidates and we interview deans and head of departments. As soon as we have results we will update this website.
It is important to realize that our survey is completely anonymous. If you have specific questions or concerns about research fraud, we advise you to contact your local supervisor or counsellor (vertrouwenspersoon).
If you have not filled in the survey please drop me an email.
Dr. Rens van De Schoot (UU), Dr. Lars Tummers (EUR), and Dr. Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen (UU)
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