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used as a measure of value in a field by university and government authorities and consultants as a measure of value as was recently codified in the 2010 National Research Council (NRC) rankings of graduate programs. 1 It is well known that citation

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, developed by Darke and Freedman (1997b) , was adapted. Two other students in a graduate program in clinical psychology compared the adaption to the researcher’s adaptation. Then, a bilingual person generated questions for back translation. After those

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country's academic milieu. The foundation of new universities, colleges, and research centers, the augmentation in universities admission capacities as well as their graduate programs are some few actions taken in response to the great enthusiasm for

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department that does not offer graduate programs were excluded from the study population. Names and email addresses were collected 1 week before launching the survey to ensure information accuracy. A database including the name, email address, institution

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The University of Mississippi and the MUN operate in the North American institutional environment of science. La Tribune ranks undergraduate and graduate programs offered by French universities. In 2010, the Université de

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increase in doctoral awards in 1991. In fact, 150 (90%) of 155 8 LIS professors with doctoral degrees received their Ph.Ds after 1990 ( Fig. 2 ). The spike in Ph.D awards reflects the maturation of Korean LIS graduate program in the nineties. LIS doctoral

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particularly in the EU and US is regarded as an indication of their career success. Rankings of graduate programs based on publication in peer-reviewed journals are objective, and many faculty believe academic journals remain the fairest measure of the quality

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one publication since the beginning of their graduate program. Indeed, 55% of students had contributed to at least one conference paper, 43% to at least one research report, 41% to at least one article and 39% to at least one poster. Very few students

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individuals were faculty at Ph.D.-granting graduate programs, we are unclear how our productivity values and trends would translate to those in other subfields of psychology. On a larger scale, we are unclear how this study would translate to scholars in other

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