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This was a causal comparative study to investigate the causality of 'ex post-facto' variables: moral reasoning (MR) and cheating behaviour (CB) and their associational effect on the authenticity of examination results among Senior High School (SHS) students (N=2,520). Two different data sets were derived from (i) a survey questionnaire with one MR scenario, and (ii) archival WASSCE results of four schools were used to answer four research questions and three null hypotheses raised. Multipledoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9982157.v1 fatcat:7uwuegce3feaddncd2zcx45lku