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Aide reportedly challenged professor’s methods

A three-year investigation by Harvard officials found evidence of scientific misconduct in professor Marc Hauser’s lab. A three-year investigation by Harvard officials found evidence of scientific misconduct in professor Marc Hauser’s lab.
By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Correspondent / August 20, 2010

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Harvard University psychology professor Marc Hauser skewed data and resisted research assistants who questioned him about it, according to assertions in a document a former member of his lab gave The Chronicle of Higher Education. (Full article: 454 words)

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