There is NO problem with this as long as you state what you are referring to.
If you say “In previous work ‘Title: XYZ’ I/We showed that blah blah blah...”
But if you said “In ‘Title:XYX’ experts showed that..” as if it was someone else, then that is wrong.
posted on 04/01/2014 6:25:06 AM PDT
by Mr. K
(If you like your constitution, you can keep it...Period. PALIN/CRUZ 2016)
aka breathing their own fumes
posted on 04/01/2014 6:26:50 AM PDT
(Runnin' a World in Need with White Folks' Greed - since 1492)
The power of the Left will never be broken as long as there is taxpayer supported tenure.
posted on 04/01/2014 6:28:14 AM PDT
“She also found that women publish less than men.”
posted on 04/01/2014 6:33:36 AM PDT
(Optimal institutions - optimal economy.)
Academic “selfies”...nice...the arrogance rises.
posted on 04/01/2014 6:38:36 AM PDT
(Don't forget to laugh once in a while when now one else is)
At most research universities, faculty are told to exclude self-citations in providing citation data for annual reports, merit raises, promotion and tenure decisions, etc. And, as the article reports, self-citations are typically a small fraction of a researcher’s total citation count. I think the women who are concerned about sex differences in self-citation rates are grasping at straws.
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