Non-Publication Is Common among Phase 1, Single-Center, Not Prospectively Registered, or Early Terminated Clinical Drug Trials
Non-publication of trial results has been a major concern in clinical research since a couple of decades. The …
The researchers show in this article that the journal impact factor not only affects the publication system, but it is in our system as well: the reward signal in the nucleus accumbens increases with higher impact factors.
Title: Journal Impact Factor Shapes Scientists’ Reward Signal in the Prospect of Publication
Authors: Paulus FM, Rademacher L, Schäfer TAJ, Müller-Pinzler L, Krach S
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