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Any author who appears on the 'marquee' after the first-named author of a research report, literature review or other scientific communication
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Ruiz-Castillo, "Multiplicative versus fractional counting methods for co-authored publications.
Thus, we offer our case study analyzing thesis production and undergraduate co-authored, peer-reviewed publications at one university as a starting point for benchmarking.
In the "Standards, Conformity Assessment and Technical Barriers to Trade," co-authored by Saadettin Dogan, exports are the main focus of this chapter.
A few months ago, Nature tabbed Transport Minister Hamid Behbahani, who supervised President Ahmadi-nejad's doctoral thesis, for plagiarism in a paper he co-authored. Nature says the paper appeared based on three earlier articles by three different authors.
Enhanced with full-color photography and illustrations, as well as a glossary and index, the titles comprising this informed and informative series include "Insect Defenses" (9780778722349 HC/9780778723684 PB); "Everyday Insects" (9780778723363 HC/9780778723707 PB) which are co-authored by Bobbie Kalman and Rebecca Sjonger; "Insect Homes" (9780778723455 HC/9780778723790 PB) co-authored by Bobbie Kalman and John Crossingham; and "Insects In Danger" (9780778723448 HC/9780778723783 PB) co-authored by Kathryn Smityman and Bobbie Kalman.
The faculty at 15 AACSB accredited colleges of business who had co-authored published articles in business journals were surveyed for their views on: 1) the impact of AACSB on faculty scholarly efforts, 2) the preferred order of author listing on a published article, and 3) whether they had worked with co-authors who did not deserve an authorship position on a published work.
Expertly co-authored by Michigan residents and beer enthusiasts Paul Ruschmann and Mayanne Nasiatka (co-creators of BeerFestivals.org and who write the 'Beer Travelers' column for All About Beer magazine), "Michigan Breweries" is a detailed and authoritative guide to sixty-six of Michigan's best breweries and most popular brewpubs.
Co-authored by medical doctors Freeman Miller and Steven Bachrach, Cerebral Palsy: A Complete Guide For Caregiving, 2nd Edition is a 'must' for any family struggling with CP care: it provides parents with answers ranging form understanding areas of involvement and basic care issues to understanding medical terminology commonly used.
VRG Nutrition Advisor Reed Mangels, PhD, RD, co-authored an article about vegetarian pregnancy for the newsletter of Women's Health and Reproductive Nutrition, a dietetic practice group of the American Dietetic Association.
Co-authored by Diane Lang and Michael Buchanan, Micah's Child is the story of Micah, a man struggling to rid himself of his destructive past, and his newly found friend, Catherine, a teacher-socialite.
Expertly co-authored by Michael Day (Associate Dean and Professor of Adult Education in the College of Education at the University of Wyoming) and Ellen M.
Ballard Award for their co-authored article, "Detecting Intangible Asset Value (or Capitalized Economic Profit) in Sales to REITs: A Practical Framework for Analysis."