Authorship Trends and Collaborative Research in Dyslexia Research Output: A Scientometric StudyAuthor : Joy Sofiya SNE, S. Kavitha and R. Ponnudurai
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 24-28
The present study aims at describing both the common and the distinguishing features of co authorship trends and patterns in Dyxlexia research output based on the data collected from Web of science database published during the 1989-2017. Outcome of the study shows that multi authored articles 83.09% prevail the single authored articles 16.96%. It also shows that author Shaywitz SE J has got highest 7383 global citations against 54 publications. This study is in support for the fact that Dyslexia research output is collaborative in all aspects Ranking of Authors based on Publications.
Authorship Trends, Collaborative Research, Dyslexia Research Output, Scientometric Study
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