Authors:Sophie Ward, Neil Smith, and Henrietta Bowden-Jones
comorbid psychiatric disorders, where they are likely to have a mutually reinforcing effect on the sufferer. Attempted or completed suicide is not uncommon ( Ledgerwood & Petry, 2004 ).
The UK Gambling Commission ( 2017 ) reported that, as of
Authors:Philip W.S. Newall, Alex M.T. Russell, Steve Sharman, and Lukasz Walasek
, & Over, 2019 ), or occurs illegally ( Pugh & Webley, 2000 ). However, the UK has for a number of years allowed a number of gambling products to be used legally by people under the age of 18, a position that UK policymakers have been asked to reconsider
Authors:Claire Creaser, Charles Oppenheim, and Mark A. C. Summers
This paper reports on one aspect of a project which investigated the publication and dissemination behaviour of UK researchers and the effect of research assessment on this behaviour. 1 Using a bibliometric method
is symptomatic of a deeper underlying pathology, and the direction of causality in comorbid disorders is unclear, this letter provides a brief snapshot of those accessing the only dedicated gaming disorder clinic in the UK; future papers will
We outline the tasks of the UK Advisory Board for the Research Councils in the context of the country's science policy, and describe a programme of science policy studies developed by the Board in response to a growing need to take a strategic view in science policy decisions. The outcomes of the studies which have used bibliometric techniques are briefly described, and the paper suggests how such techniques might be of use to policy-makers in future.
their sovereignty through the control of their physical and material borders. The current perceived “migration crisis” has therefore driven states in the global north such as the UK, to increasingly fortify their borders, which within neoliberal contexts
Authors:Glen Dighton, Elystan Roberts, Alice E. Hoon, and Simon Dymond
, Forbes, & Coman, 2005 ). On the contrary, no comparative survey of gambling problems currently exists for the UK armed forces community. Recently, however, we undertook a preliminary examination of this issue using the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity
Scientometric predictors of research performance need to be validated by showing that they have a high correlation with the
external criterion they are trying to predict. The UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) — together with the growing movement
toward making the full-texts of research articles freely available on the web — offer a unique opportunity to test and validate
a wealth of old and new scientometric predictors, through multiple regression analysis: Publications, journal impact factors,
citations, co-citations, citation chronometrics (age, growth, latency to peak, decay rate), hub/authority scores, h-index,
prior funding, student counts, co-authorship scores, endogamy/exogamy, textual proximity, download/co-downloads and their
chronometrics, etc. can all be tested and validated jointly, discipline by discipline, against their RAE panel rankings in
the forthcoming parallel panel-based and metric RAE in 2008. The weights of each predictor can be calibrated to maximize the
joint correlation with the rankings. Open Access Scientometrics will provide powerful new means of navigating, evaluating,
predicting and analyzing the growing Open Access database, as well as powerful incentives for making it grow faster.