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Increasing authorship problems: inadequate credit and plagiarism

Increasing authorship problems: inadequate credit and plagiarism Conflicts about authorship have been increasing, studies have shown. Relating to a 1998 study when you look at the Journal associated with American Medical Association by Linda Wilcox, the ombudsperson at Harvard’s medical, dental, and public-health schools, the percentage of complaints about authorship in the three institutions rose within the 1990s. Such grievances ranged from people feeling that they were not being given credit as first author, even though they were promised it, to people feeling that their work merited first authorship even though they merely performed experiments and did not design or write the research up.