This AMJ from the editors presents an ethical quiz. The quiz covers six scenarios and applies the AOM code of ethics to explain what a researcher should do. 1) Plagiarism (Don’t do it – even self-plagiarism), 2) Data Reuse (Disclose how data has been used for publications in the past to the editors when you submit), 3) IRB oversight (get it when needed, do what you told the IRB you were going to do when you conduct the study. If there is no IRB, then treat participants with dignity, respect, and get informed consent), 4) Co-authors (Confer with other authors prior to submitting work and get mutually acceptable agreements regarding submission. Don’t give credit to those who don’t deserve it, and don’t exclude from authorship those who do deserve credit), 5) Reviewing (Don’t share reviews with others, don’t steal ideas from papers you review), 6) Reporting results (Don’t fabricate or falsify data or results).