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Improving My Lab, My Science With The Open Science...

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 3 March 2014 Pukul 8.00

Basic principles from psychological science offer at least three reasons why we struggle to preserve our own research products. First, knowing Jeff Spies, then a University of Virginia graduate student and now codirector of the Center for Open Science (COS; www.cos.io), took on this behavior-change challenge, starting with our lab at the University of Virginia. . Authors who meet the specifications can earn the badges, which then appear with the published articles.

Online Articles, Homework Help & Research

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Tutor.com's Adult Education and Career Center provides adults access to help with job search, resume creation, and financial literacy both with live tutors and with an Adult Career Center. You can take practice tests online that could help you reach your school and career goals. New Users and An online directory of health and human services, currently containing information on more than 9,000 agencies and programs in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Academic And Scholar Search Engines And Sources

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Article@INIST allows you to search for documents (Journal articles, Journal issues, Books, Reports or Conferences, doctoral dissertations) in our catalog at the Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique. If it's your first visit or if .. These resources include Web search utilities, cases and codes, legal news, an online career center, and community-oriented tools, such as a secure document management utility, mailing lists, message boards and free e-mail. Foreign 

From Findings To Front Page: Aps Engages The Public In...

Diterbitkan pada Saturday, 5 May 2007 Pukul 7.00

APS has made enormous strides in increasing public understanding of psychological science through its public outreach efforts, but “we wanted to do more to 'give away' our science,” says Alan Kraut, APS Executive Director. “Psychological science research This outreach reflects a trend in the shift toward online journalism. The APS Public Affairs staff works with journal authors to develop news releases on their published articles. These are widely distributed 

Sternberg Is New Editor Of Perspectives On Psychological...

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 10 December 2014 Pukul 8.00

Robert J. Sternberg received his doctorate in cognitive psychology from Stanford in 1975 and went on to become IBM Professor of Psychology and Education, Professor of Management, and Director of the Center for the Psychology of . In my career, I have had more articles rejected than most of our authors will have so far submitted, and I know the difference between an editorial letter that helps an author build on her or his work and one that seems to accomplish 

Clinical Psychological Science: The First Year

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The manuscript submission portal for Clinical Psychological Science (CPS) opened in April 2012, and the first articles were published online in September 2012. The editors are very well known and well respected scientists and there is international diversity on the editorial board and among authors. We want to know what any science and professional discipline can contribute to our theoretical and empirical understanding of mental health broadly conceived.

Journal Authors

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Journal Authors. Every year, we accept and publish more than 250,000 journal articles. Publishing in an Elsevier journal starts with finding the right journal for your paper. If you already know which journal, you can enter the title directly in the Find a journal search box. Alternatively, you Publishing in an Elsevier journal gives you the opportunity to enrich your article with a different content, such as graphical abstracts, highlights, interactive Google Maps and AudioSlides. Read more 

Metrics Of Science

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In an investigation of gender differences in scientific productivity, Long (1992) found that women published fewer articles than men during the first decade of their career, but that this difference was reversed later in their careers. It comes as news to no Although the citation impact metric is commonly described as a measure of the scientific influence an article, author, or journal, it is commonly treated as a measure of scientific contribution or merit. Limitations of the 

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