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a writer who collaborates with others in writing something


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TNA: You have coauthored a book about our porous borders with Minutemen founder Jim Gilchrist.
Jim and I then coauthored the book Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders.
The hybrid vaccine would probably cost a fraction of a cent per dose, says virologist Peter Palese of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, who coauthored the U.
While the reasons underlying gender-sorting in publishing are not known,(4) our evidence indicates that collaboration does not lead to statistically significant increases (or decreases) in productivity if coauthored articles are discounted by the number of authors, n.
In empirical tests of the relationship of academic rank to research output we are unable to reject the hypothesis that single-authored and coauthored publications are weighted equally.
Of the 464 articles produced by individuals with academic affiliations, 41 percent are coauthored (35 percent by two authors and 6 percent by three or more authors).
Women produced seventy-seven coauthored articles with ninety-one collaborators.
The first is how coauthorship affects research productivity; the second is how coauthored work is evaluated or weighed in academic promotion.
Hence, the probability that an article is coauthored is expected to depend on both individual and job-specific factors.
The findings will also spur research into potential treatments for people already beset by familial dysautonomia, says Berish Y Rubin, a molecular biologist at Fordham University in New York, who coauthored the other new study.
Goodman of the Cancer Research Center of Hawaii in Honolulu, who coauthored one of three previous studies, has now reanalyzed a portion of his data.
This is a place, therefore, where American policy makers, politicians, and health care professionals can learn some important lessons, according to an article coauthored by Herzlinger and published in tomorrow's (September 8) issue of The Journal of the American Medical Association (www.
He coauthored Restore Yourself: A Woman's Guide to Reviving Her Sexual Desire and Passion for Life (Berkley Publishing, 2001).
Having coauthored over 21 publications, he is a sought after lecturer on principles of cancer treatments specifically as it relates to prostate cancer.