Researcher who stole manuscript during peer review earns second bepaly体育赌博retraction

The researcher whose brazen theft of a manuscript he had reviewed prompted a "Dear plagiarist" letter from the aggrieved authoronce the deceit was discoveredhas lost a second paper for plagiarism.

International Scholarly Research Notices,a Hindawi publication,has retracted a 2012 study by Carmine Finelli and colleagues,citing widespread misuse of text from two previously published articles.The removal was prompted by the curiosity of a scientist in England who,on reading about Finelli's first bepaly体育赌博retraction,made the logical assumption: once a plagiarist,often a plagiarist.

The review article was titled "Physical Activity: An Important Adaptative Mechanism for Body-Weight Control." The bepaly投注journal is not indexed byClarivate Analytics' Web of Science,but the paper has been cited seven times,according to Google Scholar.According to thebepaly体育赌博retraction notice: Continue readingResearcher who stole manuscript during peer review earns second bepaly体育赌博retraction