Non-Compliance with Good Research Practice, Procedures
11.08.2021 – In astroparticle physics, hadron physics, nuclear physics and particle physics, it is common practice to name authors in alphabetical order.
Comment on: GL14 (Natural sciences)
11.05.2021 – The convention for determining the order of authors varies within the engineering sciences.
Comment on: GL14 (Engineering/engineering sciences)
03.12.2020 – Individual achievements should be adequately recognised.
Comment on: GL5 (General) , GL14 (General)
03.12.2020 – Sammlung externer Links zum Themenkomplex.
Comment on: GL12 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – The rapid availability of methods has greatly accelerated research in many areas of the life sciences. Intense competition, combined with the enormous pressure to publish, is difficult to reconcile with high quality standards. Quantitative publication ...
Comment on: GL5 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – Planning projects and writing publications account for much of the research activity, as does reviewing and evaluating scientific publications and projects. The head of a work unit has a particular responsibility to provide researchers with the necessary ...
Comment on: GL4 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – Collection of external links on the subject
Comment on: GL5 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – The order of authors in publications should generally be based on the scope of their contribution.
Comment on: GL14 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – The attribution and origin of published contributions or findings must be clearly recognisable based on details of the individuals involved. This applies to both publications and research proposals. Due to the variety of research questions as well as ...
Comment on: GL14 (Life sciences)
03.12.2020 – In the engineering sciences, software design and prototype development are important contributions, too.
Comment on: GL10 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – frequently asked questions on authorship
Comment on: GL14 (faq)
03.12.2020 – Examples of inadmissible honorary authorships
Comment on: GL14 (Practical examples)
Comment on: GL13 (Link list)
03.12.2020 – Software developers can be named as authors, providing the publication was only possible with their active participation.
Comment on: GL14 (General)
03.12.2020 – In mathematical publications it has been common practice to date for the authors to appear in alphabetical order.
03.12.2020 – There are three typical constellations here
03.12.2020 – Dealing with conflicts of authorship: co-authors state that a person is claiming authorship to which they are not entitled. An example here is in the case of collaboration between the life sciences/natural sciences and the humanities: in the field of ...
03.12.2020 – When preparing a publication in which several individuals are to be involved, it is advisable to set down in writing early on who will make what contribution.
03.12.2020 – Examples of contributions that do not justify authorship.
03.12.2020 – Due to the differing practices and cultures in the various academic fields and communities, developing a universally valid and all-encompassing definition of authorship poses a considerable challenge.
03.12.2020 – The requirements in Guideline 14 of the Code (“genuine, identifiable contribution”) have been extended as compared to the definition of authorship in Recommendation 11 of the DFG memorandum (“substantial contribution”). An author is now defined as ...
03.12.2020 – In the life sciences, results are often published in specialist journals and there is a peer review process for this purpose. Prompt availability and open access to published content is vital to scientific progress in the life sciences: this helps ensure ...
Comment on: GL15 (Life sciences)
Comment on: GL15 (Link list)
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