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refereed journal

[ref′ərēd′]
Etymology: L, referre, to bring back, diurnalis, daily record
a professional or literary journal in which articles or papers are selected for publication by a panel of referees who are experts in the field. They read and evaluate each of the articles submitted for publication. The important national professional journals in medicine and nursing are refereed.
A professional journal that only publishes articles subjected to a rigourous process which may require validation of findings in addition to peer review

refereed journal,

n a professional or literary journal or publication in which articles or papers are selected for publication by a panel of readers or referees who are experts in the field.
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First, publication norms of counselor educators appear to fall into three categories: (a) counselor educators (approximately 20%) who did not publish a single article in a refereed journal in 6 years, (b) counselor educators (approximately 60%) who published almost one article in a refereed journal every 2 years (M= 0.
For example, full professors are 38 percent more productive in producing refereed journal articles than associate and assistant professors.
Types of research activities identified were: quantity of refereed journal publications (broken down by A-level, B-level, C-level, and no level reported); quantity of books authored, edited, and chapters written; quantity of professional monographs; quantity of national/international proceedings; quantity, dollar value, and years of grant support.
She is the author of five books related to information-seeking skills and the library research process and has published research results in multiple refereed journal articles, conference proceedings, and research reports.
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While it is obvious that the traditional emphasis on refereed journal articles captures only a part of economists' research output, to date it has been difficult to determine how large a part of that output was not being measured.
For the scholars who refe ree the articles, that essential group whose expertise provides a vital element of integrity for any international refereed journal, there is only anonymity and the satisfaction of having performed one of the tasks that sustain the academic world.
This premiere issue of our refereed journal represents yet another developmental landmark toward the development of the Rogerian conceptual system.
5) Psycoloquy is a refereed journal of peer commentary in psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science.
As we have progressed to a fully refereed journal, we also have become aware that the title of the journal does not truly reflect the full scope and substance of the information presented in each issue.
We see this journal as playing a significant role in providing an opportunity for women practitioners, students and academics to publish in a refereed journal.
The 37 dissertation authors produced a total of 69 refereed journal articles, 6 books (one edited), 4 symposium articles, and 5 book reviews through 1993.