Category: Journal requirements

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Are Journals Slow to Retract Papers?

Why are Journals So Slow to Retract Papers??

When is a Paper Retraction Warranted? The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) offers specific guidance as to when…
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Replication studies

Why Don’t Journals Like Replication Studies?

Validation is not news Academic journals face something of a quandary in their publication cycles. Publishing monthly or…
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The Mystery of Research Paper Retraction

A Contractual Obligation: Even though no money usually changes hands between author and journal in the publication of…
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Journal submission requirements

Understanding Journal Submission Requirements

Finding the Right Journal(s) Congratulations on successfully completing your research. Now that you’re ready to share your results,…
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peer review future

To Peer Review or Not to Peer Review: Should We Publish Everything?

Peer Review: A Question of Trust? As the world of academic publishing has struggled to embrace digital technology…
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Journal selection

Should Your Journal Selection be a Compromise?

Running The Numbers? For many academic researchers, the selection of the journal in which they want their research…
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How Often Should Researchers Get Published?

How Often Should Researchers Get Published?

Where Should You Look To Benchmark? Until an allegedly lost manuscript was found in January 2015, Harper Lee,…
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Things to keep in mind when you write a research paper

Have A Clear Sense Of Purpose When you write a research paper, many of your choices will be…
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Facing Paper Rejection: If At First You Don’t Succeed

Rejected? Huh! Thanks, But No Thanks As a new researcher, eager to build a track record and climb…
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Should Peer Review Be Transparent?

The Gold Standard Of Anonymity! The anonymity of the peer review process has always been regarded as a…
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