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Sports medicine Slang for the use of ancillary muscles to achieve a particular movement—e.g., bench presses—because the muscle group normally used for the movement has been overloaded
Vox populi The use of subterfuge, deceit or fraud in one’s interpersonal or business interactions
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He found that regardless of the person's religious beliefs, the act of recalling the Tfen Commandments before the quiz eliminated cheating.
2010) find from vignettes that "seeing others cheat increases cheating behavior by causing students to judge the behavior less morally reprehensible [more attractive], not by making rationalization easier.
There was never any question'' that the reactors were being operated safely, he said in an AP interview, yet the cheating was a stunning violation of Navy ethics.
Certainly, as seen on its web page, the Yemeni Ministry of Education continues its efforts toward improving the instructional quality in schools and takes a stand on cheating incidents.
On the semi-structured interview forms students were first asked how they would describe cheating.
Research has also examined the role of attitudes and values in actual cheating practices (e.
As the cash payments increased, so did this smarty's cheating skills.
During half of the tests I take, I see students blatantly cheating.
Even though students may not define cheating in agreement with their professors, students generally know what faculty members expect.
One foot tap means you start cheating, two taps mean you should stop because the floor supervisor is on his way," she said cautiously.
A total of 69 students were allegedly found to be cheating in exams at Cardiff University last year - an increase of more than 165% on the previous period.