Month: August 2016

You’re entitled: Article titles can improve article impact

Gwilym Lockwood, Neurobiology of Language Department, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, Netherlands, has published a study of journal article titles and the impact effects of different styles. As reported in Inside Higher Ed Lockwood has documented the efficacy of descriptive titles that go beyond announcing the topic but also declare the article's findings. Lockwood's … Continue reading You’re entitled: Article titles can improve article impact

Your Research and Journalistic Media

While peer-reviewed scholarly journal publication is the goal of most researchers and scholars, you might also be attentive to the ways that you can bring your findings and work to a larger popular audience. Journalists and other news media professionals are often interested in publicizing interesting research. However, as John Oliver recently explained in his … Continue reading Your Research and Journalistic Media