A new study published in the journal of Psychological Science suggests income inequality could be one root of cheating in college, the Huffington Post reports. According to Clemson University’s International Center for Academic Integrity, more than half of college undergraduate students admit to cheating. Knowing this, college instructors frequently use services available online -- like Turnitin.com for example -- that automatically check student papers for plagiarized material. Lukas Neville, a doctoral student at Queen’s University in Ontario, wanted to find out what prompted professors to even question whether their students were cheating in the first place....

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