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Bibliometric analysis of highly cited articles on ecosystem services.

This paper presents global research trends involving highly cited articles on ecosystem services from 1981 to 2017 based on a bibliometric analysis of such articles from the SCI-E and SSCI databases of the Web of Science. The analysis revealed that there were 132 highly cited articles, most of which were published between 2005 and 2014. Based on author keywords, the term ecosystem services was strongly linked to biodiversity. The top three journals in terms of total number of highly cited articles published...

The useful of the science that has never been cited.

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Why articles continue to be cited after they have been retracted: An audit of retraction notices.

Papers continue to be cited by authors even after they have been retracted. Retraction notices provide readers with information about retracted papers and may help minimise post-retraction citation. To date, a review of the quality of retraction notices in nursing science has not been reported.

Top 100 cited articles on infection in orthopaedics: A bibliometric analysis.

The infection is an essential problem in the clinical practice in orthopedics. The bibliometric analysis was conducted to evaluate the top 100 cited articles on infection in orthopaedics.

Relevant advances in bone lengthening research: a bibliometric analysis of the 100 most-cited articles published from 2001 to 2017.

This study aimed to assess the scientific production of bone lengthening research by identifying the most-cited papers. All articles including the term 'bone lengthening' published between 2001 and 2017 were retrieved through the Web of Science database. The 100 most-cited articles on bone lengthening included a total of 4244 citations, with 414 (9.7%) citations in 2017. There was an average of 249.6 citations per year. The articles predominantly addressed biomechanics and bone formation (38). Different sur...

Top-100 Most Cited Dental Articles with Authors from Brazil.

This study analyzes the characteristics of the top-100 most cited articles published in international dental journals with at least one coauthor affiliated to Brazil. A search in Scopus database for articles published between 1996 and 2017 was carried out in the 178 journals belonging to the category "Dentistry" identified in SCImago Journals & Country Rank. From the top-100 most cited articles, variables related to the journal, article, and authors were collected. Annual citation averages (ACA) and relativ...

Intellectual contributions meriting authorship: Survey results from the top cited authors across all science categories.

Authorship is the currency of an academic career for which the number of papers researchers publish demonstrates creativity, productivity, and impact. To discourage coercive authorship practices and inflated publication records, journals require authors to affirm and detail their intellectual contributions but this strategy has been unsuccessful as authorship lists continue to grow. Here, we surveyed close to 6000 of the top cited authors in all science categories with a list of 25 research activities that ...

Autologous Breast Reconstruction with Transverse Rectus Abdominis Musculocutaneous (TRAM) or Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator (DIEP) Flaps: An Analysis of the 100 Most Cited Articles.

Post-mastectomy autologous reconstruction with abdominal tissue has evolved over the past 4 decades and is a common reconstructive modality today. To gain more insight into this evolution, we performed an analysis of the 100 most commonly cited articles focusing on autologous breast reconstruction with transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous (TRAM) or deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flaps. A review of the ISI Web of Knowledge database was performed. Only peer-reviewed articles in English wer...

Historical Roots of Modern Plastic Surgery: A Cited Reference Analysis.

Highly cited publications are referred to as citation classics and can signify important contributions to a discipline. Although citation classics in plastic surgery have been identified, none were published before 1960. Citation classics in earlier periods may contain the historical roots or intellectual origins of the field. We set out to identify such scholarly works and analyze their characteristics.

Selective Citation Practices in Imaging Research: Are Diagnostic Accuracy Studies With Positive Titles and Conclusions Cited More Often?

The purpose of this study was to examine the existence of selective citation practices in the imaging literature by assessing whether diagnostic accuracy studies with positive titles or conclusions are cited more frequently than those with negative (or neutral) titles or conclusions. MEDLINE was searched for meta-analyses of diagnostic accuracy studies published in imaging journals from January 2005 to April 2016. Primary studies from the meta-analyses were screened for eligibility. Titles and conclusions ...

A bibliometric study of the top 100 most-cited randomized controlled trials, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses published in endodontic journals.

To identify and analyse the main features of the top 100 most-cited randomized controlled trials, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses published in endodontic journals from 1961 to 2018.

The use of theory in process evaluations conducted alongside randomized trials of implementation interventions: A systematic review.

Interventions to implement changes into health care practice (i.e., implementation interventions) are critical to improving care but their effects are poorly understood. Two strategies to better understand intervention effects are conducting process evaluations and using theoretical approaches (i.e., theories, models, frameworks). The extent to which theoretical approaches have been used in process evaluations conducted alongside trials of implementation interventions is unclear. In this study context, we r...

Top 100 Most-Cited Clinical Studies of Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: The Foundation of Practice.

Total number of citations has been considered a proxy for a published study's importance within a given field. However, there are multiple pitfalls to correlating the total number of citations alone with the quality of a study. In this review, the authors aimed to identify the top 100 most-cited studies of hip and knee arthroplasty and then assess study design and quality of reporting. More than half of these studies were level IV evidence, unblinded, not randomized, and not controlled. This underscores the...

Secondary findings: How did we get here, and where are we going?

The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) recommendations for reporting of incidental (now "secondary") findings in clinical exome and genome sequencing (Green et al., Genet Med 15:565, 2013) is an often cited and sometimes misapplied professional guideline. To best approach the current state of secondary findings (SFs) in genomic medicine, and consider their impact, it is helpful to understand how and why the guideline was created. Of particular importance is the context - the state of t...

Regulation and Innovation: Role of Regulatory Science in Facilitating Pharmaceutical Innovation.

Regulatory science is defined as science and research intended to inform decision making in a regulatory framework. This issue of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics and the papers herein deal with the expansive topic of regulatory science and its role in fostering innovation and accelerating access to medicines. Regulatory health authorities, industry, and multiple stakeholders have a shared objective in advancing regulatory science to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of biomedical science.

Best Papers from 2018 in the Environmental Science family of journals: great science with a global reach.

Looking back, looking forward: forty years of the Journal of Behavioral Medicine.

The inception, development, and rise of the Journal of Behavioral Medicine (JOBM) has paralleled that of the field of behavioral medicine. Under the leadership of founding editor, W. Doyle Gentry, published its first issue in 1978. The subsequent 40 years have seen JOBM progress to the level of a top tier journal publishing inter-disciplinary work devoted to furthering understanding of physical health and illness through the theories and methodologies of behavioral science. In recent years, JOBM has become ...

Legitimizing Values in Regulatory Science.

Over the last several decades, scientists and social groups have frequently raised concerns about politicization or political interference in regulatory science. Public actors (environmentalists and industry advocates, politically aligned public figures, scientists and political commentators, in the United States as well as in other countries) across major political-regulatory controversies have expressed concerns about the inappropriate politicization of science. Although we share concerns about the politi...

Reply letter to:" Emergency general surgery - is there any value in a '100 most cited' list?

Bibliometric analysis of the top-cited articles on oral erythroplakia and leukoplakia.

We read with interest the recent article (jop12683) by Foy et al. [1] entitled "Bibliometric analysis of a century of research on oral erythroplakia and leukoplakia". We congratulate the authors on conducting the first bibliometric analysis on oral erythroplakia and leukoplakia (OEL). The leading journals, authors and countries contributing to the research on OEL were analyzed. Yet, the interest was unfortunately not sustained through the reading for several concerned reasons. To begin with, we arguably pr...

Correction to: Myiasis in humans-a global case report evaluation and literature analysis.

It was brought to the authors' attention that a citation within the published article was cited incorrectly.

Religiosity predicts negative attitudes towards science and lower levels of science literacy.

Past research suggests that religion and science may conflict on which is a better tool for explaining the world. This conflict implies that religiosity might negatively impact both attitudes toward science and science knowledge. However, past research has focused mostly on religious affiliation and has not consistently identified such a relation using a general religiosity measure that assesses religious beliefs and religious practice. Using two large, nationally representative datasets as well as two orig...

Research activities of spinal fusion in various subspecialties by different surgeons: a bibliometric study.

Significant growth has been observed in the utilization of spinal fusion in recent years. However, bibliometric studies detailing the quantity and citation number of articles in spinal fusion are lacking. This study is aimed at conducting a scientometric assessment of the research activities of spinal fusion in various subspecialties carried out by different surgeons Material and Methods: All articles regarding spinal fusion research on Web of Science from the year 1994 to 2015 were identified and analyzed ...

Using Science-Driven Analog Research to Investigate Extravehicular Activity Science Operations Concepts and Capabilities for Human Planetary Exploration.

Biologic Analog Science Associated with Lava Terrains (BASALT) is a science-driven exploration program seeking to determine the best tools, techniques, training requirements, and execution strategies for conducting Mars-relevant field science under spaceflight mission conditions. BASALT encompasses Science, Science Operations, and Technology objectives. This article outlines the BASALT Science Operations background, strategic research questions, study design, and a portion of the results from the second fie...

A Letter to the Editor on the article "The 100most cited manuscripts in emergency abdominal surgery: A bibliometric analysis", Int J Surg. 2017 Jan;37:29-35.

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