I was the good kid.
In my nuclear family, in school and in pre-adult employment.
At one point my spouse was in a very large lab and observed how annoying it is when the PI reads everyone the riot act about the sins of a few lab-jerks.
Good citizens find it weird and off-putting when they feel criticized for the sins of others.
They find it super annoying that their own existing good behavior is not recognized.
And they are enraged when the jerko is celebrated for finally, at last managing to act right for once.
Many of us research scientists feel this way when the NIH explains what they mean by their new initiative to enhance "rigor and reproducibility".
"What? I already do that, so does my entire subfield. Wait.....who doesn't do that?" - average good-kid scientist response to hearing the specifics of the R&R initiative.