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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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Ethical Inclinations of Tomorrow's Managers Revisited: How and Why Students Cheat.
Her request baffled me completely; "how on earth is this woman asking us to cheat during our final exam?
These misgivings include lack of course comparability, more opportunities to cheat in online classes, and a greater attraction to students whose goal is to cheat (Bailey & Bailey, 2011).
Because equilibrium cheating is determined independently of contestants' effort, we suppress the effort choice and include only the choice of how much to cheat in the model analyzed in this section.
1994) generally find that students and faculty agree about the most severe or obvious forms of cheating (copying from other student's exams, using cheat sheets, and turning in research that is not your own), but disagree concerning which other behaviors are, indeed, cheating (plagiarism and bibliographical misrepresentation, working with other students on homework when it has been expressly forbidden, using an old test to study without the teacher's knowledge, and getting questions or answers about an exam from someone who has already taken it).
But yes, if I were to dream-cheat I will cheat with Bobby and Akshay .
net, Amal said that it is easy for a man to cheat on his wife, but for a woman it is very difficult especially in the conservative Arab culture.
College enrollees who exhibit narcissistic tendencies are more likely than fellow students to cheat on exems and assignments, shows a study from Ohio State University, Newark.
1) We consider asymmetry because being ahead or behind may influence an individual's incentive to cheat, just as asymmetry influences individuals' choices to engage in risk-seeking behavior in tournaments.
Male students appear to be more likely to cheat than their female counterparts (Chapman & Lupton, 2004; Newstead, Franklyn-Stokes, & Armstead, 1996; Tang & Zuo, 1997), yet female students are more likely to let others copy from them (Lord & Chiodo, 1995).
It was calculated that he would gain less than $200 per cheat or theft.