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It Turns Out a Brief Conversation Really Can Change Minds on LGBT Issues
Data falsification was only a temporary roadblock to an important finding that could fight bias against transgender people and other groups.
Princeton University Has Rescinded Its Employment Offer to Michael LaCour
The scandal appears to be winding down.
Is Social Science a Giant Liberal Conspiracy?
It obviously is, opines
Wall Street Journal
in the wake of the Michael Lacour scandal.
Will Academia Waste the Michael LaCour Scandal?
Social scientists have two choices for how to respond to this scandal. One is easy; the other’s right.
Michael LaCour Probably Fabricated a Document About Research Integrity
“It was an early warning sign of bigger issues.”
The Strangest Thing About LaCour’s Response
A major issue goes entirely unaddressed.
How a Grad Student Uncovered a Huge Fraud
“What’s the book? There’s no book for this. What do we do?’”
Michael LaCour Made Up a Teaching Award, Too
It appears the fabrication extends to another part of his CV.
The Largest Funding Source Listed on Michael LaCour’s CV Is Made-Up [Updated]
There appears to have been a lot of fabrication going on.
An Interview With Donald Green, the Co-Author of the Faked Gay-Marriage Study
“I’m quite embarrassed by the whole situation, embarrassed to have any role in the situation.”