Publishing Addiction Science
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Publishing Addiction Science

By Thomas F. Babor (editor)
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Book Description

Publishing Addiction Science is a comprehensive guide for addiction scientists facing the complex process of contributing to scholarly journals. Written by an international group of addiction journal editors and their colleagues, it discusses how to write research articles and systematic reviews, choose a journal, respond to reviewers’ reports, become a reviewer, and resolve the often difficult authorship, ethical and citation issues that arise in addiction science publishing.

As a “Guide for the Perplexed,” Publishing Addiction Science helps novice as well as experienced researchers to deal with these challenges. It is suitable for university courses and forms the basis of the training workshops offered by the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE).

Co-sponsored by ISAJE and the scientific journal Addiction, the third edition of Publishing Addiction Science gives special attention to the challenges faced by researchers from developing and non-English-speaking countries and features new chapters on guidance for clinician-scientists and the growth of infrastructure and career opportunities in addiction science.

Table of Contents
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • About the Authors
  • Supporting Institutions
  • Section 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 1: A Guide for the Perplexed (Thomas F. Babor, Kerstin Stenius and Jean O’Reilly)
  • Chapter 2: Infrastructure and Career Opportunities in Addiction Science: The Emergence of an Interdisciplinary Field (Thomas F. Babor, Dominique Morisano, Jonathan Noel, Katherine Robaina, Judit H. Ward and Andrea L. Mitchell)
  • Section 2: How and Where to Publish
  • Chapter 3: How to Choose a Journal: Scientific and Practical Considerations (Thomas F. Babor, Dominique Morisano, Kerstin Stenius and Judit H. Ward)
  • Chapter 4: Beyond the Anglo-American World: Advice for Researchers from Developing and Non–English-Speaking Countries (Kerstin Stenius, Florence Kerr-Corrêa, Isidore Obot, Erikson F. Furtado, Maria Cristina Pereira Lima and Thomas F. Babor)
  • Chapter 5: Getting Started: Publication Issues for Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Fellows, and other Aspiring Addiction Scientists (Dominique Morisano, Erin L. Winstanley, Neo Morojele and Thomas F. Babor)
  • Chapter 6: Addiction Science for Professionals Working in Clinical Settings (Richard Pates and Roman Gabrhelík)
  • Section 3: The Practical Side of Addiction Publishing
  • Chapter 7: How to Write a Scientific Article for a Peer-Reviewed Journal (Phil Lange, Richard Pates, Jean O’Reilly and Judit H. Ward)
  • Chapter 8: How to Write Publishable Qualitative Research (Kerstin Stenius, Klaus Mäkelä, Michal Miovský and Roman Gabrhelík)
  • Chapter 9: How to Write a Systematic Review Article and Meta-Analysis (Lenka Čablová, Richard Pates, Michal Miovský and Jonathan Noel)
  • Chapter 10: Use and Abuse of Citations (Robert West, Kerstin Stenius and Tom Kettunen)
  • Chapter 11: Coin of the Realm: Practical Procedures for Determining Authorship (Thomas F. Babor, Dominique Morisano and Jonathan Noel)
  • Chapter 12: Preparing Manuscripts and Responding to Reviewers’ Reports: Inside the Editorial Black Box (Ian Stolerman and Richard Pates)
  • Chapter 13: Reviewing Manuscripts for Scientific Journals (Robert L. Balster)
  • Section 4: Ethics Matter
  • Chapter 14: Dante’s Inferno: Seven Deadly Sins in Scientific Publishing and How to Avoid Them (Thomas F. Babor, Thomas McGovern and Katherine Robaina)
  • Chapter 15: The Road to Paradise: Moral Reasoning in Addiction Publishing (Thomas McGovern, Thomas F. Babor and Kerstin Stenius)
  • Chapter 16: Relationships with the Alcoholic-Beverage Industry, Pharmaceutical Companies, and Other Funding Agencies: Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice? (Peter Miller, Thomas F. Babor, Thomas McGovern, Isidore Obot and Gerhard Bühringer)
  • Section 5: Conclusion
  • Chapter 17: Addiction Publishing and the Meaning of [Scientific] Life (Thomas F. Babor, Kerstin Stenius and Jean O’Reilly)
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