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ORI Introduction to RCR: Chapter 9. Authorship and Publication

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Policies, Reports, and Policy Statements
 
Society for Neuroscience. Responsible Conduct Regarding Scientific Communication, SN, 1996. (Link)
 
Michigan State University. Michigan State University Guidelines on Authorship, East Lansing, MI: MSU, 1998. (Link)
 
International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals, 2001. (Link)
 
Council of Biology Editors. Scientific Style, CBE, 2002. (Link)
 
Additional Reading
 
Begg, C, Cho, MK, Eastwood, S, Horton, R, Moher, D, Oking, I, Pitkin, RM, Rennie, D, Schulz, KF, Simel, D, Stroup, D. “Improving the Quality of Reporting of Randomized Controlled Trials: The CONSORT Statement,” Journal of the American Medical Association 276 (1996): 637-639.
 
Bloemenkamp, DGM, Walvoort, HC, Hart, W, Overbeke, AJPM. “[Duplicate publication of articles in the Dutch Journal of Medicine in 1996],” Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 143, 43 (1999): 2150-2153.
 
Budd, JM, Sievert, M, Schultz, TR. “Phenomena of Retraction: Reasons for Retraction and Citations to the Publications,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 296-297.
 
Budd, JM, Sievert, M, Schultz, TR, Scoville, C. “Effects of Article Retraction on Citation and Practice in Medicine,” Bulletin of the Medical Libraries Association 87, 4 (1999): 437-443.
 
Drenth, JP. “Multiple Authorship: The Contribution of Senior Authors,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 219-221.
 
Flanagin, A, Carey, LA, Fontanarosa, PB, Phillips, SG, Pace, BP, Lundberg, GD, Rennie, D. “Prevalence of Articles with Honorary Authors and Ghost Authors in Peer-reviewed Medical Journals,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 222-224.
 
Hoen, WP, Walvoort, HC, Overbeke, AJ. “What are the Factors Determining Authorship and the Order of the Authors’ Names? A Study Among Authors of the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde (Dutch Journal of Medicine),” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 217-218.
 
Jadad, AR, Cook, DJ, Jones, A, Klassen, TP, Tugwell, P, Moher, M, Moher, D. “Methodology and Reports of Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses: A Comparison of Cochrane Reviews with Articles Published in Paper-based Journals,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 278-280.
 
Jefferson, T. “Redundant Publication in Biomedical Sciences: Scientific Misconduct or Necessity?” Science and Engineering Ethics 4, 2 (1998): 135-140.
 
Jones, AH, McLellan, F. Ethical Issues in Biomedical Publication, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000.
 
Pitkin, RM, Branagan, MA. “Can the Accuracy of Abstracts be Improved by Providing Specific Instructions? A Randomized Controlled Trial,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 267-269.
 
Pitkin, RM, Branagan, MA, Burmeister, LF. “Accuracy of Data in Abstracts of Published Research Articles,” Journal of the American Medical Association 281, 12 (1999): 1129-1130.
 
Scherer, RW, Crawley, B. “Reporting of Randomized Clinical Trial Descriptors and Use of Structured Abstracts,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 269-272.
 
Speck, BW. Publication Peer Review: An Annotated Bibliography, Bibliographies and Indexes in Mass Media and Communications, no. 7, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993.
 
Tarnow, E. “The Authorship List in Science: Junior Physicists’ Perceptions of Who Appears and Why,” Science and Engineering Ethics 5, 1 (1999): 73-88.
 
Tramer, MR, Reynolds, DJ, Moore, RA, McQuay, HJ. “Impact of Covert Duplicate Publication on Meta-analysis: A Case Study,” British Medical Journal 315, 7109 (1997): 635-640.
 
Wilcox, LJ. “Authorship: The Coin of the Realm, The Source of Complaints,” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, 3 (1998): 216-217.

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