Original research articles with women as both primary and senior authors are cited the least
Papers that cannot be replicated are cited 153 times more because their findings are interesting, according to a new UC San Diego study
Recent study finds that a retracted clinical trial report continues to be cited 11 years after its retraction—and that citations actually increased after the retraction
A new analysis of scientific citations has revealed previously unknown patterns
Along with coercive citation, researchers looked at the addition of false investigators to grant proposals as well as honorary authorship and padded citations
Number of people clicking to read research papers nearly tripled in carefully controlled trial published by U-M team
Such citations were more likely to criticize highly-read papers, and that the criticisms focused on specific sections of the papers
TED Talks, the most popular conference and events website in the world with over 1 billion informational videos viewed, provides academics with increased popular exposure but does nothing to boost citations of their work by peers, new research led by Indiana University has found.
The most prestigious peer-reviewed journals in the world, such as Cell, Nature, Science, and the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), have less and less influence amongst scientists, according to a paper co-authored by Vincent Larivière, a professor at the University of Montreal's School of Library and Information Sciences.
Journal editors want to increase the number of times articles within their journals are cited by researchers