Answered By: Trish Pierson Last Updated: May 28, 2021 Views: 11
Retracted journal articles have been removed from a journal after publication. This is a serious step, and can occur because of issues like errors in the research, falsification of data, plagiarism, or not disclosing conflicts of interest.
You can find more information about retraction on our Journal Article Retraction page, including how to locate retracted articles.
- Center for Research Quality: Research Ethics: Tools and Guides
- Writing Center: Plagiarism Prevention Resource Kit
- Locate retracted articles
- Example of a retracted article
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