Academic Dishonesty: An Exploratory Study Examining Whether Insurance Students Are Different from Other College Students
Eastman, Kevin L., Eastman, Jacqueline K., Iyer, Rajesh, Risk Management and Insurance Review
This exploratory study compares academic dishonesty scores for insurance students in one insurance program to those for other college students using survey data from business and nonbusiness students at two universities. Academic dishonesty was measured using a modified version of a scale developed by McCabe and Trevino, with a higher score indicating greater academic dishonesty. The average score on total academic dishonesty was significantly higher for insurance students than for other business students and lower, but not significantly so, than the scores for nonbusiness students. Regression analysis indicates that a significant predictor of academic dishonesty for both …
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Publication information: Article title: Academic Dishonesty: An Exploratory Study Examining Whether Insurance Students Are Different from Other College Students. Contributors: Eastman, Kevin L. - Author, Eastman, Jacqueline K. - Author, Iyer, Rajesh - Author. Journal title: Risk Management and Insurance Review. Volume: 11. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2008. Page number: 209+. © American Risk and Insurance Association, Inc. Fall 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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