Research productivity: a definition.
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Oct 01, 1993
Defining research productivity has been difficult because of differing perceptions in the scientific and administrative communities. In the present study attitudes of national samples of scientists in a research Center and scientists not in a research Center were examined to determine which measures should be used in assessing productivity in a research center. A ranking of the most important and least important items of research productivity were included.
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