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Promoting Academic Integrity in the Context of 21st Century Technology

Melinda A. Solmon

According to Hutton ( 2006 ) more than 75% of college students on most campuses admit to engaging in some form of academic dishonesty. It is especially concerning that 50% of students indicate they do not believe that cheating is wrong. The problem is widespread across all levels of education and

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Academic Dishonesty: A New Twist to an Old Problem

Susan A. Johnson and Malissa Martin

Column-editor : Malissa Martin

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Measuring Learning and Promoting Academic Integrity in Online Instruction

Duane Knudson and Melissa Bopp

and reduce academic dishonesty in online testing. Learning Introductory Biomechanics In Person and Online Most kinesiology professionals have taken a motor learning course and are familiar with rigorous definitions of learning. This means that many kinesiology university faculty do not make the common

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Undergraduate Enrollments and Faculty Resources in Kinesiology at Selected U.S. Public Universities: 2008–2017

David R. Bassett, Jeffrey T. Fairbrother, Lynn B. Panton, Philip E. Martin, and Ann M. Swartz

prominent in large classes is academic dishonesty. Due to the fact that students can easily copy term papers and laboratory assignments from the Internet or classmates, plagiarism checkers (e.g., TopHat, iThenticate, Unplag) are becoming important tools for faculty. Changing up questions on problem sets

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“Knock, Knock … Who’s There?” ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence-Powered Large Language Models: Reflections on Potential Impacts Within Health and Physical Education Teacher Education

Chad M. Killian, Risto Marttinen, Donal Howley, Julia Sargent, and Emily M. Jones

academic dishonesty using AI-powered tools, existent umbrella policies in many institutions will (hopefully) dissuade most students from submitting work that is not theirs. What becomes more disquieting is the negative impact these tools may have on student learning, along with potential downstream impacts

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Kinesiology Faculty Reflections on COVID-19 and Future Directions in Online Education

Kayla Baker, Melissa Bopp, Sean M. Bulger, YuChun Chen, Michele L. Duffey, Brian Myers, Dana K. Voelker, and Kaylee F. Woodard

incentives), and course integrity (e.g., exam security, student identification, and academic dishonesty). Despite these barriers, researchers expected that the online delivery of instruction in kinesiology would continue to expand and that administrators would need to remain proactive in positioning faculty

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Attitudes of Sport Fans Toward the Electronic Sign-Stealing Scandal in Major League Baseball: Differing Associations With Perfectionism and Excellencism

Patrick Gaudreau and Benjamin J.I. Schellenberg

direct knowledge and attitudes on academic dishonesty . Ethics & Behavior, 20 ( 1 ), 47 – 64 . 10.1080/10508420903482616 Osenk , I. , Williamson , P. , & Wade , T.D. ( 2020 ). Does perfectionism or pursuit of excellence contribute to successful

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A Hierarchical Approach for Predicting Sport Consumption Behavior: A Personality and Needs Perspective

Yong Jae Ko, Yonghwan Chang, Wonseok Jang, Michael Sagas, and John Otto Spengler

.L. , & Postlethwaite , B.E. ( 2015 ). Big Five personality and academic dishonesty: A meta-analytic review . Personality and Individual Differences, 72 , 59 – 67 . doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2014.08.027 10.1016/j.paid.2014.08.027 Goldberg , L.R. ( 1995 ). What the hell took so long? Donald Fiske and the Big