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On errors found after submission or publication in a book, paper, thesis, or other document, and erratum (written notice of errors and corrections) for them.

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In this case I'd use the corrected title, and add make sure to note that the paper is corrected, e.g. Van Breukelen, G.J.P. (2006). ANCOVA versus change from baseline: more power in randomized studi …
answered Sep 26 '18 by Anyon
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Erratum/Corrigendum These are corrections to an article after publication, perhaps due to mistakes during copyediting, or mistakes made by the authors while preparing the contents. The two terms ar …
answered Nov 6 '18 by Anyon
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I am curious as to whether there are any accepted standard rules on when to cite, or not to cite, an erratum along with a paper. In my field (physics), I often see an erratum get between zero and a ha …
asked Apr 5 '18 by Anyon