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Harvard professor Marc Hauser rocked the science world last month when evidence surfaced indicating that he may have committed the ultimate sin of fabricating data. Given that Hauser is a leading expert in the field of moral psychology and author of the book “Moral Minds,” the academic community is bewildered by his actions, including his tight-lipped admission of some “mistakes” (but not misconduct) in response to the scientific misconduct charges. Only if he were to remorsefully give a full and frank account of his errors could the process start of repatriating him into the community in some form, his colleagues tell The New York Times.

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