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##Sometimes reviewers recognize cases of [[Plagiarism]]. Except for minor cases of potentially unintentional plagiarism, plagiarism is grounds for rejection even if only a small part of an article is plagiarized. Authors must take care to cite sources of the ideas of others and particularly the quoted work of others.
 
##Sometimes reviewers recognize cases of [[Plagiarism]]. Except for minor cases of potentially unintentional plagiarism, plagiarism is grounds for rejection even if only a small part of an article is plagiarized. Authors must take care to cite sources of the ideas of others and particularly the quoted work of others.
 
##Falsification. Authors are expected to accutately report observations. Falsification of data or other dishonesty or deception is grounds for rejection.
 
##Falsification. Authors are expected to accutately report observations. Falsification of data or other dishonesty or deception is grounds for rejection.
##Conflict of interest. Unreported sources of bias or what might be perceived of as sources of potential bias can be grounds for rejection.
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##Conflic of interest. Unreported sources of bias or what might be percieved of as sources of potential bias can be grounds for rejection.
 
##Articles can also be rejected if they are judged to not be significant contributions to the literature.
 
##Articles can also be rejected if they are judged to not be significant contributions to the literature.
   

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