Weekend reads: Papers from prison; profs’ kids as co-authors; a history journal flap

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The week at Retraction Watch featured a look at whether scientists in industry or academia admit to more misconduct, another strange publication twist for a vaccine study, and the correction of a study that claimed anti-gay attitudes could take more than a decade off of gay peoples’ lifespans. Here’s what was happening elsewhere:

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The RW Week In Review: Anti-gay bias, an authorship lawsuit; misconduct in industry vs. academia