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Questions related to academic publications including online and traditional journals, books, and conference proceedings.

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There are several ways in which conjectures propagate, and each has its own method for publishing. As future work/further direction on a set of theorems you proved. In this case, you submit the pape …
answered Jul 10 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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There are some journals, such as Behavioral and Brain Sciences, that publish a single target article per issue, followed by 20 to 30 commentaries on that article, and then a rebuttal/synthesis from th …
asked Apr 18 '13 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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If the other two answers haven't made this obvious. The answer is no, but it can be taken even further than what the above answers suggests. We can study this! The above image is the coefficient of …
answered Jun 17 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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The way I usually choose journals is by looking at where people I trust/follow publish, and where previous work was published. It is usually not too hard to compare the quality your work to the qualit …
answered Feb 15 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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I understand that in a lot of big-lab fields it is common for the principal investigator to append their name to a paper even if they did not write the paper, design the experiment, or collect data si …
asked Mar 8 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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I am working on a mathematical model to help explain some experimental results and generate new hypotheses. Unfortunately, I have neither the resources nor interest to gather experimental data, but in …
asked Jun 10 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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This is a question of academic honesty and due diligence. If you did not arrive at the result yourself, but got it from someone else (either on SE or a homeless man on the street) then it is your res …
answered Jun 18 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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I was reviewing a journal paper recently that is closely related to work a colleague and I are doing. We are currently in the process of writing up our paper, and I plan to cite the paper I reviewed i …
asked Jun 15 '12 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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For some reason, I was always under the impression that people that are included in the acknowledgement section of paper are not contacted to review your paper because they would be predisposed to giv …
asked Feb 18 '14 by Artem Kaznatcheev
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Although this stackexchange seems to be a little hostile towards metrics (especially when they are about research productivity), it is still sometimes fun to indulge in a little bit of arbitrary measu …
asked Feb 5 '13 by Artem Kaznatcheev