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  • Exploring the personal and professional factors associated with student evaluations of tenure-track faculty 

    Murray, Dakota; Boothby, Clara; Zhao, Huimeng; Minik, Vanessa; Bérubé, Nicolas; Larivière, Vincent; Sugimoto, Cassidy R. (Public Library of Science, 2020-06-03)
    Tenure-track faculty members in the United States are evaluated on their performance in both research and teaching. In spite of accusations of bias and invalidity, student evaluations of teaching have dominated teaching evaluation at U.S. universities. ...
  • Misconduct and misbehavior related to authorship disagreements in collaborative science 

    Smith, Elise; Williams-Jones, Bryn; Zubin, Master; Larivière, Vincent; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Paul-Hus, Adèle; Shi, Min; Resnik, David B. (Springer, 2019-06-03)
    Scientific authorship serves to identify and acknowledge individuals who “contribute significantly” to published research. However, specific authorship norms and practices often differ within and across disciplines, labs, and cultures. As a consequence, ...
  • Who are the acknowledgees? An analysis of gender and academic status 

    Paul-Hus, Adèle; Mongeon, Philippe; Sainte-Marie, Maxime; Larivière, Vincent (MIT Press, 2020-06-01)
    Acknowledgements found in scholarly papers allow for credit attribution of nonauthor contributors. As such, they are associated with a different kind of recognition than authorship. While several studies have shown that social factors affect authorship ...
  • Task specialization across research careers 

    Robinson-Garcia, Nicolás; Costas, Rodrigo; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent; Nane, Gabriela F. (eLife Sciences Publications, 2020-10-28)
    Research careers are typically envisioned as a single path in which a scientist starts as a member of a team working under the guidance of one or more experienced scientists and, if they are successful, ends with the individual leading their own research ...
  • Researchers’ perceptions of ethical authorship distribution in collaborative research teams 

    Smith, Elise; Williams-Jones, Bryn; Master, Zubin; Larivière, Vincent; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Paul-Hus, Adèle; Shi, Min; Diller, Elena; Caudle, Katie; Resnik, David B. (Springer, 2020-08)
    Authorship is commonly used as the basis for the measurement of research productivity. It influences career progression and rewards, making it a valued commodity in a competitive scientific environment. To better understand authorship practices amongst ...
  • Collection development in the era of big deals 

    Mongeon, Philippe; Siler, Kyle; Archambault, Antoine; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2021)
    Drawing on an original methodology using citations, downloads, and survey data, this paper analyzes journal usage patterns across 28 Canadian universities. Results show that usage levels vary across disciplines and that different academic platforms ...
  • Textual analysis of artificial intelligence manuscripts reveals features associated with peer review outcome 

    Vincent-Lamarre, Philippe; Larivière, Vincent (MIT Press, 2021-07-15)
    We analyzed a data set of scientific manuscripts that were submitted to various conferences in artificial intelligence. We performed a combination of semantic, lexical, and psycholinguistic analyses of the full text of the manuscripts and compared them ...
  • The institutionalized stratification of the Chinese higher education system 

    Shu, Fei; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent (MIT Press, 2021-04-08)
    To promote research excellence, China’s government has been offering substantial financial support for a small group of selected universities through three national research programs (Project 211, Project 985, Double First Class). However, admission ...
  • Investigating the division of scientific labor using the Contributor Roles Taxonomy (CRediT) 

    Larivière, Vincent; Pontille, David; Sugimoto, Cassidy R. (MIT Press, 2020)
    Contributorship statements were introduced by scholarly journals in the late 1990s to provide more details on the specific contributions made by authors to research papers. After more than a decade of idiosyncratic taxonomies by journals, a partnership ...
  • Mapping the biomedical sciences using Medical Subject Headings : a comparison between MeSH coassignments and MeSH citation pairs 

    Shu, Fei; Qiu, Junping; Larivière, Vincent (Medical Library Association, 2021-07)
    Objective: This study compares two maps of biomedical sciences using Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) term coassignments versus MeSH terms of citing/cited articles and reveals similarities and differences between the two approaches. Methods: MeSH terms ...

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