Authorships, Collaborations, and Acknowledgments: On the Increasing Responsibility to Report Relative Contributions

Levesque, Roger
December 2012
Journal of Youth & Adolescence;Dec2012, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p1685
Academic Journal
The author reflect on authorships, collaborations and acknowledgements in research related to adolescent development. He suggests that journals which focus on adolescent development have yet to adopt the practices of many of the disciplines that contribute to it and have yet to seek transparency by providing readers with a sense of who contributed what in research. He argues that journal editors must begin to realize who contributes to articles and who the authors of articles are.


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