Twenty-year trends of authorship and sampling in applied biomechanics research.
ABSTRACT This study documented the trends in authorship and sampling in applied biomechanics research published in the Journal of Applied Biomechanics and ISBS Proceedings. Original research articles of the 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, and 2009 volumes of these serials were reviewed, excluding reviews, modeling papers, technical notes, and editorials. Compared to 1989 volumes, the mean number of authors per paper significantly increased (35 and 100%, respectively) in the 2009 volumes, along with increased rates of hyperauthorship, and a decline in rates of single authorship. Sample sizes varied widely across papers and did not appear to change since 1989.
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- "However, given comparisons were being made with the whole population of published research reports and several significant effects were observed, it is not likely that type II errors influenced most of the results of this study. Much of the ISBS Proceedings data were similar to a portion the Knudson (2012) "
Conference Paper: TWENTY- FIVE YEAR TRENDS OF AUTHORSHIP AND SAMPLING IN ISBS PROCEEDINGSProceedings of the 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports; 01/2012