Details Emerge in Hauser-Harvard Hullabaloo | GenomeWeb

So far, no one knows exactly what happened in the evolving Marc Hauser melodrama — what did he do? The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that a new document shows Hauser may have fabricated data. The internal university document shows that some of Hauser's research assistants became convinced that he was "reporting bogus data" and that he was very aggressive against those who asked for verification of his findings, the Chronicle's Tom Bartlett says.

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