Academic Dishonesty: An Educator's Guide

By Bernard E. Whitley Jr.; Patricia Keith-Spiegel | Go to book overview

Author Index

A
Aiken, L. R., 24, 55, 83, 85, 91, 96, 97, 157
Ajzen, I., 32, 157
Allen, M., 9, 14, 46, 47, 49, 51, 160
Alschuler, A. S., 120, 133, 148, 157
Anderman, E. S., 22, 157
Anderson, M., 6, 157

B
Baldwin, D. C., 5, 157
Becker, A. H., 24, 158
Ballew, C., 19, 22, 161
Balogh, D. W., 4, 160
Bamett, D. C., 19, 40, 157
Bellazza, ES., 100, 157
Bellazza, S. E, 100, 157
Benning, V., 90, 157
Berthold, K. A., 29, 157
Blanchard, E., 24, 158
Blankenship, K. L., 29, 57, 157
Blimling, G. S., 129, 133, 148, 157
Bloom, B. S., 67, 157
Bok, D., 131, 152, 157
Bok, S., 130, 157
Borin, N., 40, 162
Bresnock, A. E., 96, 157
Brickman, W. W., 3, 157
Brown, B. S., 24, 157
Bushway, A., 28, 157
Bushweller, K., viii, 4, 157
Butterfield, K. D., 4, 6, 11, 24, 31, 101, 106, 107, 117, 147, 160

C
Cahn, S. M., 6, 157
Camegie Foundation for the Advancement ofTeaching, 145, 157
Carenevale, D., 108, 157
Carter, S. L., 56, 57, 130, 151, 157
Cizek, G. J., 28, 66, 91, 97, 157
Clark, R. E., 24, 27, 33, 158, 160
Cohen, J., 31, 157
Cole, S., 106, 157
Collison, M., 3, 157
Connell, C., 10, 13, 158
Corbett, B., 3, 158
Cordeiro, W. E, 20, 21, 158
Cross, M., 27, 105, 159
Cummings, T G., 130, 158

D
Dalton, J. C., 4, 19, 40, 157, 158
Daugherty, S. R., 5, 157
Davis, K., 10, 11, 158
Davis, S. E, 24, 35, 158
Dean, E, 24, 158
Deckert, G. D., 21, 158
Diekhoff G. M., 24, 27, 33, 44, 158, 160, 161
Dominguez, M., 61
Dreyer, K. K., 35, 158
Drinan, I?E, 27, 105, 159
Drum, A., 60, 158
Dwyer, D. J., 100, 158

E
Ebbs, S. L., 153, 162
Eison, J. A., 150, 168
Erickson, B. L., 50, 66, 158

F
Fass, R. A., 3, 158
Faulkender, E J., 24, 158
Fitzgerald, J., 67, 158
Francis, B., 24, 27, 33, 158
Franklyn-Stokes, A., 24, 27, 158
Frary, R. B., 101, 158

G
Gardner, J. C., 4, 14, 161
Gardner, J. N., 56, 159
Gardner, W. M., 68, 85, 158

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