Fakultät für Soziologie

Preliminary Program




Pre-Conference Workshops Feb 7th, 2012

11:00-15:30 – Workshop D (including lunch break, not combinable with Workshop A):
“Akademische Prokrastination verstehen und bewältigen – Understanding and Overcoming Academic Procrastination” by
Dipl. Psych. Carola Grunschel and Dipl. Psych. Justine Patrzek
Main Building - University, Room U3-122

12:00-15:30 – Workshop A (not combinable with Workshop D):
“Plagiarism Detection Software: Silver Bullet or Waste of Time?”” by
Deborah Weber-Wulff
Main Building - University, Room U4-114 (CIP-Pool 1)

16:00-17:30 – Workshop B:
“Cheating Among College Students in the United States: A Long Term Perspective on Prevalence, Causes, and Changing Student Attitudes” by
Prof. Dr. Donald L. McCabe
Main Building - University, Room U4-120

18:00-19:30 – Workshop C:
“Strategies to Promote Student Integrity” by
Prof. Dr. Donald L. McCabe
Main Building - University, Room U4-120

Starting at 20:30 – Social event 1
Informal get-together (location will be announced)


Conference Feb 8th-9th, 2012


* List of invited speakers for session 1-5 and the poster session below

Opening, lectures, sessions and poster session are located in the ZiF (10 min walking distance from the university, Link to the map)


Feb 8th, 2012

Feb 9th, 2012


Opening 1:

Sebastian Sattler (Head of the Conference)



Opening 2:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Sagerer (Rector of Bielefeld University)



Lecture 1:

"Promoting Academic Integrity Among High School and University Students" by Prof. Dr. Donald McCabe (Rutgers Business School, USA)

Lecture 3:

"Cognitive enhancement: Prevalence and motives for the nonmedical use of prescription stimulants among students" by Ass. Prof. Dr. Christian J. Teter (University of New England, USA)


Coffee break

Coffee break


Session 1

Poster session


Lunch break

Lunch break


Session 2

Session 4


Coffee break

Coffee break


Lecture 2:

"Patterns of plagiarism by university students: does academic field matters?" by Ass. Prof. Dr. Aurora Teixeira (University of Porto, Portugal)

Lecture 4:

"Authentic Learning in Higher Education: Interest-based Learning and Critical Thinking" by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wild (University of Regensburg, Germany)


Coffee break

Coffee break


Session 3

Session 5


Social event 2:

Wine 'n' Cheese-Party

Social event 3:

Informal get-together:

Live music (Jazz-Jam-Session with different musicians in a local club; entrance: free; maybe it starts later than 7pm)




A quantitative survey: Plagiarism in German colleges - Awareness and behavior
Hélène Ginsz-Kieffer (compilatio.net, France)

A survey of community college faculty, their teaching methodologies and congruence with student learning needs
Masoumeh Rahmani (Islamic Azad University, Iran)

A vignette study about the decision process of potential corrupt actors: how do diverging norms and opportunistic ideas interact?
Guido Mehlkop (University of Erfurt, Germany), Peter Graeff (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany), Sebastian Sattler & Carsten Sauer (both Bielefeld University, Germany)

Cultural differences regarding expected utilities and costs of plagiarism – preliminary results of a three-country-comparison
Eckhard Burkatzki (International Graduate School Zittau, Germany), Joost Platje (Opole University, Poland) & Wolfgang Gerstlberger (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)

Efficiency Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Strategies using DEA
Matthias Klumpp (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

Ethical perspectives from key stakeholders on enhancing academic performance with prescription stimulants
Cynthia Forlini & Eric Racine (both Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Canada)

Impulsivity and Emotion: Leveraging Individual Differences to Reduce Cheating
David A. Rettinger & Douglas Searcy (both University of Mary Washington, USA)

Investigating the Effect of Academic Procrastination on Student Cheating: A Panel Study
Justine Patrzek , Sebastian Sattler, Floris van Veen , Carola Grunschel & Stefan Fries (all Bielefeld University, Germany)

Plagiarism in Pakistani Universities: Practice, Causes and Implications
Attaullah (International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan)

Plagiarism prevalence among medical students; facts from the study
Lidija Bilic-Zulle & Mladen Petrovecki (both Rijeka University School of Medicine, Croatia)

Predicting the number of plagiarism cases using an extended rational choice model
Sebastian Sattler (Bielefeld University, Germany), Peter Graeff (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany) and Sebastian Willen (Bielefeld University, Germany)

Regulating Student Enhancement: On the Justifiability and Likely Success of Restrictive Policies
John Danaher (Keele University, United Kingdom)

Self-determined learning and student cheating
Constantin Wiegel (Bielefeld University, Germany)

The effect of perceived institutional context on students’ attitude to study work and academic misbehavior in higher education – a regional analysis
Szilvia Barta (University of Debrecen, Hungary)

The effect of students’ cognitive test anxiety on the intention and use of cognitive enhancement medication
Sebastian Sattler & Constantin Wiegel (both Bielefeld University, Germany)

The decision of students to consume cognitive enhancers: Normative frames, benefits and cost of consuming brain doping medication
Sebastian Sattler, Carsten Sauer (both Bielefeld University, Germany), Guido Mehlkop (University of Erfurt, Germany) & Peter Graeff (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)

The impact of incentives on participation and data quality in an online survey about student fraud
Floris van Veen, Sebastian Sattler (both Bielefeld University, Germany) & Anja Göritz (University of Freiburg, Germany)

University Students’ Perceptions of Plagiarism
Arda Arikan (Akdeniz University, Turkey) & Özgür Köse (Middle Eastern Technical University, Turkey)

What keeps students from plagiarizing? Using a survey on student fraud to explain the detection probability
Floris van Veen, Sebastian Sattler (both Bielefeld University, Germany) and Sonja Schulz (University of Mannheim, Germany)

When do university teachers apply cheating detection and prevention means?
Sebastian Sattler, Constantin Wiegel & Sebastian Willen (all Bielefeld University, Germany)

Statistical survey models for sensitive items. Measuring the prevalence of morally questionable behavior of students
Sebastian Sattler (Bielefeld University, Germany) & Peter Graeff (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)



Academic Pressure Risk Factors that enhance Student Fraud
O. Mary Agboola & O. Phillips Agboola (both Eastern Mediterranean University, Turkey)

Affect and cheating behaviour
Naziha Benosmane (Université Abdelhamid Ibn Badis Mostaganem, Algeria)

Cheating Among University Students: Who Should Be Blamed Students or Teachers?
Shah Muhammad & Niaz Ahmed Bhutto (both Sukkur Institute of Business Administration, Pakistan)

The Relationship between Chronic Stress, Cognitive Enhancement and Social Support
Colleen Dockery (University of Tuebingen, Germany) and Sebastian Sattler (Bielefeld University, Germany)


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