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Essays of an Information Scientist:1962-1973

Volume 1

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Foreword p. xi      Joshua Lederberg pdf file
 Preface   p. xix     Eugene Garfield pdf file

1962


CC No: CC Pgs. Date  Essays Pg. Title 
. . 19 Jun 62  1 The ideal library -- the Informatorium. (Essays/Vol:1) pdf file available
. . 7 Aug 62 2 Who are the information scientists? 
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1963


CC No: CC Pgs. Date  Essays Pg Title 
. . 25 Jun 63 3 Current Contents reader survey (Essays/Vol:1) pdf file available
. . 20 Aug 63 4 New author address directory. 
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. . 26 Nov 63 5 Aesthetics in scientific communication
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1964


CC      No: CC        Pgs. Date  Essays Pg  Title 
. .  8 Sep 64 6 What is a journal?
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. . 20 Aug 63 4 New author address directory. 
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. . 26 Nov 63 5 Aesthetics in scientific communication
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. .  6 Oct 64 8 Towards the world brain.
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1965 - 1967

CC No:  CC      Pgs. Date  Essays Pg Title 
. .  1 Jun 65 10 Is the "free reprint system" free and / or  obsolete?
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. . 21 Feb 67 12 Current Contents -- ninth anniversary
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. . 22 Aug 67 16 Publication dates -- realities or promises?
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. .   5 Sep  67 17 Addresses and ZIP codes
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. . 10 Nov 67 18 200th "anniversary" of Index Chemicus
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. . 26 Dec 67 19 English -- an international language for science?
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  1968
CC N No: CC Pgs.  Date  Essays Pg Title
1 .  9 Apr 68 21 Decision making in libraries acquisitions -- indexes or journals?
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2 . 30 Jul 68 22 ASCAmatic -- the personalized journal
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3 . 30 Aug 68 23 Some elementary economics of publishing
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4 . 15 Oct 68 24 When does your Current Contents arrive?
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5 . 8 Nov 68 25 The value of article titles in bibliographic citations 
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. Reprint 27 E. Garfield, "Numerical vs. alphabetic order for cited references" New Scientist 39:56546, 1968
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6 . 24 Dec 68 28 ASCA -- insurance for Current Contents readers
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1969

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1 . 28 Jan 69 29 Current Contents / Education part of the growing ISI program.
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2 . 14 Mar 69 30 Current Contents/ Behavioral, Social & Management Sciences part of the  growing ISI program. 
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3 . 25 Mar 69 31 ISI's comprehensive system of information services. 
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4 . 25 Mar 69 32 New editions of Current Contents mark continuing growth of ISI
ISI's comprehensive system of information services. 
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. . Reprint 33 The who and why of ISI -- ISI eases scientists' information problems; provides convenient orderly  access to literature. Karger Gazette No. 13, 5 March 1966, p. 2. 
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5 . 2 May 69 38 Introducing ASCA IV, an SDI  system with exclusive features. 
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6 . 3 Jun 69 39 Permuterm Subject Index -- the primordial dictionary of science
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7 . 17 Jun 69 40 Incomplete citations and other sources of bibliographic chaos
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8 . 25 Jun 69 41 IDR&DS, an international directory of publishing scientists. 
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9 . 26 Aug 69 42 Citation indexes in sociological and historical research
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. . Reprint 43 E.Garfield, "Citation indexes in sociological and historical research" American Documentation 14:289-91, 1963
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10 . 30 Sep 69 47 Current Contents is available on tape
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11 . 4 Nov 69 48 Search strategies using the Science Citation Index
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. . Reprint 49 A. E. Cawkell. Search strategies using the Science Citation Index.  the Science Citation Index. From: Computer based information  retrieval systems, ed. B. Houghton  (London: Clive Bingley Ltd., 1968). 
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12 . 28 Nov 69 63 Introducing Current Abstracts of Chemistry and Index Chemicus. (Essays/Vol:1) pdf file available
13 . 23 Dec 69 65 OATS -- an economic alternative to free' library service and 'free' reprints
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14 . 30 Dec 69 67 The problem of overlap -- is veterinary science agriculture and is engineering-technology physical science?
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1970

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1 .  7 Jan 70  68 Current Contents/Agricultural,Food & Veterinary
Sciences --  part of the growing ISI Program. 
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2 . 14 Jan 70 69 Would Mendel's work have been  ignored if the Science Citation  Index was available 100 years ago?
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3 . 20 Jan 70 71 Why Medical Research?
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. . Reprint 71 E. Garfield. The long cold sleep (book  review). New Scientist 46:590, 1970.
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4 . 28 Jan 70 73 A new ISI grant program attempts to strike a balance between user needs and the cost of information services.
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5 . 4 Feb 70 75 The ISI grant program -- assistance for smaller colleges and departmental  libraries. 
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6 . 11 Feb 70 77 A suggestion for improving the  information content of authors' names. 
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. . Reprint 77 E. Garfield, British quest for uniqueness versus 
American egocentrism. Nature 223:763, 1969. 
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7 . 18 Feb 70 79 A new multidisciplinary section for Current Contents services.
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8 . 25 Feb 70 81 Joshua Lederberg - multidisciplinarian extraordinaire
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9 . 4 Mar 70 83 Can criticism and documentation of research papers be automated?
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. . Reprint 84 E. Garfield, "Can citation Indexing be automated?"  From: Statistical association methods for mechanized documentation, Symposium proceedings, Washington, 1964, ed. M. E. Stevens
et al. (Washington: National Bureau of  Standards, Miscellaneous Publication 269, 1965), p.188-92.
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10 . 11 Mar 70 91 A new ISI program for dissemination and retrieval of concerence papers
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11 . 18 Mar 70 93 INFO-EXPO/70, the second annual meeting of the Information Industry Association.
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12 . 25 Mar 70 95 Education by steeping, nibbling, or classification?
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13 . 1 Apr 70 96 ASIS national convention and the information-conscious society.
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14 . 8 Apr 70 98 What does automation of citation mean?
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15 . 15 Apr 70 100 SCI and ASCA promote international contacts
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16 . 22 Apr 70 102 Calling attention to Chauncey D. Leake, Renaissance scholar extraordinaire
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17 . 29 Apr 70 104 Concerning cover-to-cover translation journals
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18 . 6 May 70 106 What is a significant journal?
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19 . 3 Jun 70 108 Some kudos for Current Contents on its 650th consecutive issue
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20 . 15 Jul 70 109 The retrieval and dissemination of chemical information. 1.
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21 . 22 Jul 70 111 The retrieval and dissemination of chemical information.2. The Wiswesser Line Notation
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22 . 29 Jul 70 113 The retrieval and dissemination of chemical information. 3. The Index Chemicus Registry System (ICRS).
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23 . 5 Aug 70 115 The retrieval and dissemination of chemical information . 4. ICRS RADIICAL software
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24 . 12 Aug 70 117 When is a negative search positive?
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25 . 19 Aug 70 119 Trained scientists use Science Citation Index to complete bibliographic citations and update searches
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26 . 26 Aug 70 120 Citation measures used as an objective estimate of creativity
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. . Reprint 120 E. Garfield. Objective estimate of creativity. Chem. Eng. News 44(46):6, 1966
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27 . 2 Sep 70 122 Precise bibliographical verification with the Science Citation Index
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28 . 9 Sep 70 124 Information theory and the evaluation of information retrieval systems
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29 . 16 Sep 70 126 Is publication in "minor" journals tantamount to burial?
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. . Reprint 126 E. Garfield. Science publication. Chemistry in Britain 5(1):37, 1970
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30 . 23 Sep 70 128 Use of Current Contents in developing countries
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31 . 30 Sep 70 130 Kudos for ISI's ASCA from abroad!
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32 . 4 Nov 70 131 Does the SCI increase or decrease mediocrity?
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33 . 18 Nov 70 132 Citation indexing for studying science
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. . Reprint 133 E. Garfield. Citation Indexing for studying science. Nature 227: 669-71, 1970
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34 . 25 Nov 70 139 Location of milestone papers through citation networks
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. . Reprint 139 E. Garfield & A.E. Cawkell.  Location of milestone papers through citation networks.  J. Library History 5:184-88, 1970.                              (Essays/Vol:1) pdf file available
35 . 23 Dec 70 142 Source indexing through bibliographic citations brings UFOs down to earth
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36 . 30 Dec 70 141 Current Contents coverage of chemistry in a multidisciplinary world -- announcing Current Contents/Physical & Chemical Sciences.
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1971

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1 . 6 Jan 71 146 Does ISI's international directory of R&D authors and organizations perpetrate alphabetic discrimination?
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2 . 27 Jan 71 148 CC's new computer composed  author address directory. 
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3 . 10 Feb 71  150 How the Science Citation Index overcomes the linguistic and  terminologic barriers to precise  information retrieval. 
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4 . 17 Mar 71 152 Jacob Gershon-Cohen, M.D., D.Sc.in  memoriam. 
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5 . 24 Mar 71 154 Neither rain, nor snow deters lSI's  pony express man in London. 
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6 . 14 Apr 71 156 Citation indexing and the sociology of  science. 
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. . Reprint 158 Garfield. Citation indexing,  historio-bibliography, and the sociology of science. From: Proceedings of the third international Congress of Medical Librarianship (Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica. 1970), p. 187 - 204. 
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7 . 28 Apr 71 175 Who is publishing in science -- and how much?
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8 . 12 May 71 177 Noise-abatement R&D could help employment problems of physicists.
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9 . 2 Jun 71 179 Publication counting vs Citation counting in evaluating research.
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10 . 9 Jun 71 182 Current Contents receives first Information Industry Hall of Fame award -- and publishes its 700th consecutive issue.
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11 . 16 Jun 71 184 New Chemical Substructure Index is creative theoretical tool for molecule manipulators as well as practical system for retrieval.
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12 . 23 Jun 71 186 ISI announces a five-year cumulation of the Science Citation Index
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. . Reprint 188 M. Weinstock. Citation Indexes (part 1) From:Encyclopedia of  Library and Information Science (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1971), vol. 5, p. 16-40. 
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13 . 30 Jun 71 196 Will anyone need SCI in a deathless, computerized world?
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. . Reprint  198 M. Weinstock. Citation Indexes (part 2)
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14 . 7 Jul 71 206 The value of an index is inversely related to search-time.
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. . Reprint 207 M. Weinstock. Citation Indexes (part 3)
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15 . 14 Jul 71 217 ASCA, ASCATOPICS, and cyclic AMP
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16 . 28 Jul 71 219 Using the SCI to avoid unwitting duplication of research.
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17 . 4 Aug 71 222 The mystery of the transposed journal lists -- wherein Bradford's law of scattering is generalized according to Garfield's law of concentration
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18 . 11 Aug 71 224 Play the new game of twenty citations! Wherein ISI reveals the fifty most frequently cited 'nonjournal items'.
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19 . 18 Aug 71 229 Is death the last best friend or the ultimate enemy -- conference on thanatology and prolongevity signal increased research with seemingly contradictory objectives.
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. . Reprint 229 Review of: G. J. Gruman. A history  of ideas about the prolongation of life Transactions of the American   Philosophical Society, volume 56, part 9, 1966, 102 pp. 
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20 . 25 Aug 71 231 ISI announces availability of a weekly subject index to Current Contents / Life Sciences
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21 . 1 Sep 71 233 Deliberate omission of explicit citations of textbook errors is irresponsible science communication.
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22 . 9 Sep 71 235 Science, information science, and the information-conscious society. 
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. . Reprint 236 E. Garfield. Information science and information conscious society. J. Amer. Soc. Inform. Sci. 22:71-73, 1971.
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. 23 15 Sep 71 240 The Weekly Subject Index to CC/Life Sciences makes for zero delay in  current awareness and information  retrieval. 
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. 24 22 Sep 71 242 Relationship between basic and applied research illustrated by SCI case study in anesthesiology
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. . Reprint 242 A.E. Cawkell. Science Citation Index: effectiveness in locating articles in the anaesthetics field; "perturbation of ion transport" Brit. J. Anaesthesia 43:814,   1971.
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25 . 6 Oct 71 245 A. E. Cawkell, information detective and ISI's man in the UK. 
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. . Reprint 245 Information detective. New Scientist 45:274-75, 1970.
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26 . 10 Nov 71 247 Cost/benefit analysis and core journal collections in scientific libraries
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. . Reprint 247 M. Weinstock. Bradford's Law. Nature 233:434, 1971.
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27 . 22 Dec 71 249 How SCI bypasses "the road to scientific oblivion"
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. . Reprint 249 E. Garfield. "The road to scientific oblivion" J. Amer. Med. Assoc. 218:886-87, 1971. 
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28 . 29 Dec 71  251 New CC/LS Weekly Subject Index  means even greater coverage in the Science Citation Index
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1972
CC No:  CC Pgs.  Date  Essays Pg. Title 
29 . 5 Jan 72 253 A Current Contents odyssey from 200 to 1100 journals plus a Weekly Subject Index (WSI) with zero time lag.
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1 . 12 Jan 72  255 A basic journal collection; ISI lists the fifty most-cited scientific and technical journals.
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2 . 19 Jan 72 258 A Weekly Subject Index for discovery and recovery of information in the life sciences
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3 . 26 Jan 72 260 Introducing Herbert S. White, ISI's senior vice-president for operations and administration
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4 . 2 Feb 72 262 What is the "core" literature of biochemistry as compared to the "core" of chemistry? (Journal Citation Studies. 1.)
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5 . 9 Feb 72 266 Information, power, and the Science Citation Index
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6 . 16 Feb 72 268 Citation statistics may help scientists choose journals in which to publish
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7 . 23 Feb 72 270 "Citations-to" divided by "items-published" gives journal impact factor; ISI lists the top fifty high-impact journals of science
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8 . 1 Mar 72 274 What is the "core" literature of chemical physics? (Journal Citation Studies. 2.)
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9 . 8 Mar 72 278 ISI's special services group can provide your own personalized Current Contents or ASCATopics.
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10 . 15 Mar 72 280 Where the action is, was, and will be -- for first and secondary authors
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11 . 22 Mar 72 284 Society's need for paramedical and information scientists is no coincidence.
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12 . 29 Mar 72 287 Should journal publication dates be controlled by legislation
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13 . 5 Apr 72 289 Is citation frequency a valid criterion for selecting journals?
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14 . 12 Apr 72 291 Uncitedness and the identification of dissertation topics
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15 . 19 Apr 72 292 ISI's Journal Citation Index data-base -- a multi-media tool. 
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16 . 26 Apr 72 296 Introducing Morton V. Malin, Ph.D.,  ISI's vice-president for corporate planning and international relations. 
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17 . 3 May 72 298 'Word-phrases' in CC's Weekly Subject Index (WSI) increase search efficiency. 
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18 . 10 May 72 300 Introducing Richard M. Harris, ISI's vice-president for marketing. 
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19 . 17 May 72 302 ISI's Chemical Substructure Index -- research resource and invaluable tool for health and environmental sciences! 
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. . Reprint 304 C.E. Granito & M.D. Rosenberg. chemical Substructure Index (CSI) - a new research tool. J. Chem. Documentation 11:251-56, 1971. 
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20 . 24 May 72 314 ISI's Who is Publishing in Science (WIPIS) offers instant access to research and research workers worldwide
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21 . 31 May 72 317 The new Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) will add a new dimension to research on  man and society
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22 . 7 Jun 72 320 Citation studies indicate that two copies may be cheaper than one!
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23 . 14 Jun 72 322 Technology assessment, citation analysis, and invisible radiations
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24 . 21 Jun 72 324 Putting scientific information to work is the name of the game -- and of ISI's film
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25 . 28 Jun 72 325 If secrecy is human, is information-sharing divine?
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26 . 28 Jun 72 326 Journal Citation Studies. 3. Journal of Experimental Medicine compared with Journal of   Immunology; or how much of a clinician is the immunologist? 
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27 . 5 Jul 72 330 Advertising, education, and marketing of information services
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. . Reprint 332 The social contribution of advertising; a statement prepared by the Advertising 
Association in conjunction with the  European Association of Advertising. 
New Scientist, 18 May 1972. 
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28 . 12 Jul 72 333 Why is inormation science engineering more than publishing?
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29 . 19 Jul 72 334 "Cover-to-Cover" translation of Soviet journals -- a wrong "solution" of the wrong problem
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30 . 26 Jul 72 336 ASCA plus OATS equals the "repackaged" or "personalized" journal
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2 Aug 72 338 Journal Citation Studies. 4. The literature cited in rheumatology is not much different from that of other specialties
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32 . 9 Aug 72 342 ISI announces forthcoming publication of CC/CP - Current Contents / Clinical Practice
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33 . 16 Aug 72 348 How can you separate agriculture, biology and environmental sciences from life sciences (if you must)?
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34 . 23 Aug 72 352 What your air-conditioner may be giving you besides relief.
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35 . 30 Aug 72 354 "Explosive-welding" search reverberates in Moscow seminar on citation networks. 
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36 . 6 Sep 72 359 Reprint exchange. 1. The multimillion dollar problem ordinaire
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37 . 13 Sep 72 361 ISI's new Weekly Subject Index to Current Contents /Physical & Chemical Sciences will improve  access to the literature of  mathematics, as well as physics and chemistry. 
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38 . 20 Sep 72 363 Reprint Exchange. 2. Project REX is ISI's code name for contemplated reprint expediting service
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39 . 27 Sep 72 365 Information science then, now, and tomorrow -- or will the real  information scientist please stand up! 
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40 . 4 Oct 72 366 ISI's SCISEARCH time-shared system trades time for money -- but are you ready for this?
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41 . 11 Oct 72 368 'Hi-fi' lists in ASCA system reduce noise while measuring research activity. 
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42 . 18 Oct 72 370 Will the real Current Contents reader please stand up!
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43 . 25 Oct 72 372 Since information isn't free, why not direct stipends to prime the information pumps? 
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44 . 1 Nov 72 374 Introducing Samuel Lazerow, ISI's vice-president for administration
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45 . 8 Nov 72 376 What is a journal?
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46 . 15 Nov 72 378 ISI's CHEMTRAN 'compatibilizes' files of encoded chemical structures
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47 . 22 Nov 72 380 Of presidents, politics, and chicken-pluckers
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48 . 29 Nov 72 381 Unintelligible abbreviations and sloppy words in article titles create magic (invisible) spots for indexers.
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49 . 6 Dec 72 384 Current Contents/Clinical  Practice a new tool for optimum selection in maintaining current awareness. 
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50 . 13 Dec 72 386 Are you ready for chemical linguistics? chemical semantics? chemical semiotics? or, why WLN?
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51 . 20 Dec 72 389 Introducing Marvin Schroeder, ISI's treasurer
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52 . 27 Dec 72 391 Will the cancer "information explosion" produce another government boondoggle or a boon for scientists?
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1 . 3 Jan 73 393 To read or not to read -- can clinical  practitioners keep up? 
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2 . 3 Jan 73 395 If ISI's weekly subject indexes aren't perfect, whose are?
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3 . 10 Jan 73 397 The information revolution reaches the social sciences -- ISI helps bridge the 
gap between the two cultures. 
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4 5 - 8  17 Jan 73 400 Citation analysis of pathology journals reveals need for a journal of applied  virology!
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5 . 24 Jan 73 404 International science requires cultural as well as economic 'imperialism'
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6 . 31 Jan 73 406 Citation frequency as a measure of research activity and performance
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7 5 - 6 7 Feb 73 409 Citation frequency and citation impact -- and the role they play in journal  selection for Current Contents  and other ISI services. 
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8 5 - 6  14 Feb 73 411 Should ISI adopt an author fee to  promote better dissemination of dissertations and other nonjournal  material? 
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9 5 - 6 21 Feb 73 413 Uncitedness III - the importance of not being cited
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10 5 - 6 28 Feb 73 415 An old admonition (with a new meaning) from non-smokers: Live! and Let live! 
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11 5 - 7 7 Mar 73 417 If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen! Publishing journals is not kid-stuff.
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12 5 - 7 14 Mar 73 418 We need a lobby for basic research; here's how it might be done
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13 5 - 6 21 Mar 73 421 Variety is the spice of life - whether in people, language, or the contents pages in CC
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14 5 - 6 28 Mar 73 423 Journal Citation Studies. 5. Is paleontology a life or a physicalce?  JCI reveals gap in coverage of paleontology and need for better small journal statistics
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15 5 - 7 4 Apr 73 425 A growth in biomedical literacy is changing the doctor-patient relationship!
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16 5 - 7 11 Apr 73 428 Some implications of the Soviet Union becoming party to the Universal Copyright Convention
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17 5 - 8 18 Apr 73 431 Copyright revision bill requires priority action to meet needs of the information revolution
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18 5 - 7 25 Apr 73 435 Publishing referees' names and comments could make a thankless and belated task a timely and rewarding activity.
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19 5 - 8 2 May 73 438 Introducing the Copywriter and ISI's subsidiary, Selective Information Devices, Inc. (SID)
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20 5 - 10 9 May 73 442 Introducing ANSA -- ISI's automatic new structure alert a compound-retrieval service for people more interested in compounds than retrieval!
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. . Reprint 443 E. Garfield, G.S. Revesz & J.H. Batzig.  The synthetic chemical literature from 1960 to 1969.  Nature 242: 307-09, 1973
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21 5 - 6 16 May 73 448 ISI's Press Digest helps narrow the gap between the scientist and the layman.
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22 5 - 6 23 May 73 450 Students' grades and student gradings
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23 5 - 6  30 May 73 452 Citation impact depends upon the paper, not the journal! Don't count on "citation by association"!
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24 5 - 6 6 Jun 73 454 Is science-information information-science?  Bridging gap between the cultures of the professional and trade associations
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25 5 - 6 13 Jun 73 456 Eggheads or not -- scientists and engineers will find CC/BS and ES -- intellectually exciting!
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26 5 - 6 20 Jun 73 458 The mythology of scientific information and doomsday philosophers
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27 5 - 6  27 Jun 73 460 Illusions of grandeur -- and other disappointments
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28 5 - 6 4 Jul 73 461 How WSI can save you and yours some searching time!
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29 5 - 6 11 Jul 73 463 WSI and CC use simplified by shifting "multi/chem" journals; CC/AB&ES coverage increased
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30 5 - 6 18 Jul 73 465 Learn to complain; the ultimate  responsibility is with the individual,  not the corporation. 
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31 5 - 6 25 Jul 73 467 Science for the sake of science is not  without its justifications. 
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32 5 - 6  1 Aug 73 469 The pulling power of Current  Contents  and the reward system of science. 
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33 5 - 6 8 Aug 73 471 A new Weekly Subject Index to Current Contents /Behavioral &  Social & Education Sciences means  more timely access to the social and behavioral sciences literature. 
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34 5 - 6 15 Aug 73 473 The new ISI Journal Citation Reports should signficantly affect the  future course of scientific publication. 
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35 5 - 6 22 Aug 73 475 The economics and Realpolitik of exponential information growth; or, 
journal selection ain't easy! 
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36 5 - 6 29 Aug 73 477 New section in CC/LS designed to cover the nonjournal literature. 
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37 5 - 6 5 Sep 73 479 Full text searching systems just around the corner? 
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38 5 - 6 12 Sep 73 481 How is the ISI Press Digest doing?
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39 5 - 6 19 Sep 73 483 Of shortages and stability -- what couldn't happen, has!
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40 5 - 6  26 Sep 73 485 Which journals attract the most frequently cited articles?
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41 5 - 7 3 Oct 73 487 More on forecasting Nobel prizes and the most-cited scientists of 1972!
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. . Reprint 487 E. Garfield. Citation and distinction. Nature 242:485, 1973
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42 5 - 6 10 Oct 73 489 Jabberwocky, the Humpty-Dumpty syndrome and the making of scientific dictionaries!
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43 5 - 7 17 Oct 73 491 Were the 1972 papers most cited in 1972 the most significant? (Highly cited articles. 1.) 
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44 5 - 6 24 Oct 73 494 The social impact of science and  technology, and the growth of anti-science. 
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45 5 - 8 31 Oct 73 496 The 25 most cited 1971 papers reveal a great deal about research in 1971. 
(Highly cited articles. 2.) 
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46 5 - 6 7 Nov 73 500 Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences -- a component of ISI's   total information system for the social and behavioral sciences. 
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47 5 - 6 14 Nov 73 502 Why can't doctors be more human like the rest of us? More on the physician- 
 patient relationship. 
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48 5 - 9 21 Nov 73 504 Highly cited works in mathematics. 1.   'Pure' mathematics. (Highly cited 
articles. 3.) 
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49 5 - 9 28 Nov 73 509 Highly cited works in mathematics. 2. 'Applied' mathematics. (Highly cited 
articles. 4.) 
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50 5 - 6 5 Dec 73 514 ISI cares -- do you? What can you do about improving scientific journals as 
a communications medium? 
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51 5 - 7 12 Dec 73 516 What can the history of Current Contents tell us about the future of the social sciences?
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52 5 - 8 19 Dec 73 519 The 1970 papers most frequently cited from 1970-1973. 
(Highly cited articles. 5).
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53 5 - 8 26 Dec 73 523 Does the quality of Soviet science justify double coverage in CC?  Copyright controversy calls for  reappraisal! 
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. . Reprint 527 E. Garfield. Citation analysis as a tool in journal evaluation. 
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Science 178:471-79, 1972. 
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1974 - 1976

Volume 2

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1974


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Title 
1 5 - 9 2 Jan 74 1 A core research library for developing  graduate schools -- the 100 books most cited by researchers.
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2 5 - 8 9 Jan 74 6 Selecting the all-time citation classics; here are the fifty most cited papers for 1961-1972. (Highly cited  articles. 6). 
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3 5 - 7 16 Jan 74 10 Biomedical and health care system  research should be financed from social security and health insurance funds; a permanent lobby could swing it. 
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4 5 - 8 23 Jan 74 13 Journal citation studies. 6. Journal  of Clinical Investigation vs. New England Journal of Medicine
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5 5 - 8 30 Jan 74 17 Journal citation studies. 7. Journal of American Medical  Association vs. New England Journal of Medicine
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6 5 - 9 6 Feb 74 21 The second fifty papers most cited from 1961-1972 (Highly cited articles. 7)
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7 5 - 6 13 Feb 74 26 ISI is studying the structure of science through co-citation analysis. 
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. . Reprint 28 H. Small. Co-citaton in the scientific literature; a new measure of  the relationship between two documents. J.Amer. Soc. Inform. Sci. 24: 265-69,1973. 
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8 5 - 7 20 Feb 74 32 What's a nice boy like you doing in a  business like this? or, what it takes to  be an information scientist. 
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9 5 - 6 27 Feb 74 35 Copyright and research funding have  some interesting points in common. 
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10 5 - 12 6 Mar 74 37 A list of 100 most cited 'chemical'  articles. (Highly cited articles. 8.) 
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11 5 - 6 13 Mar  74 45 Management training for scientists?
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12 5-6 20 Mar 74 47 What are facts (data) and what is information?
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13 5-6 27 Mar 74 49 A new ISI prize-winning film: Putting scientific information to work
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14 5 - 8 3 Apr 74 51 Towards a Technology Citation Index and weekly subject indexes for all COAX
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15 5 - 7 10 Apr 74 55 The mysteries of ISI's international OATS library service revealed (again)!
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16 5 - 6 17 Apr 74 58 The politics of citation and citations in politics.
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17 5 - 6 24 Apr 74 60 Identifying paradigms in science
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18 5 - 7 1 May 74 62 The citation index as a subject index
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19 5 - 7 8 May 74 65 Some thoughts on the peculiar economic significance of the information revolution. 
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20 5 - 6 15 May 74 68 Operation or cooperation -- what should be the UN's objective in  regards to scientific research?
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21 5 - 7 22 May 74 70 On routes to immortality
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22 5 - 6 29 May 74 73 Expanded ISI Press Digest helps bridge gaps within the social sciences.
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23 5 - 6 5 Jun 74 75 The unanswered questions of science (TUQOS)
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24 5 - 7 12 Jun 74 77 The responsibility and role of chemical information scientists in solving today's crises
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25 5 - 6 19 Jun 74 80 Errors -- theirs, ours and yours. 
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26 5 - 8 26 Jun 74 82 Indexing books -- small and large loopholes
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27 5 - 12 3 Jul 74 86 Journal citation studies. 8. Some  highly cited articles from highly cited general medical and  clinical journals. (Highly cited articles 9.) 
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28 5 - 7 10 Jul 74 94 'Computer music' illustrates a  confusion  of goals -- instant virtuosity  or disciplined satisfaction. 
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29 5 - 9 17 Jul 74 97 Journal citation studies. 9. Highly cited pediatric journals and articles.  (Highly cited articles. 10.) 
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30 5 - 9 24 Jul 74 102 Journal Citation studies. 10. Geology and geophysics. (Highly cited articles. 11)
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31 5 - 7 31 Jul 74 107 Citations and games scientists play; or, the citation index game
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32 5 - 8 7 Aug 74 110 Bought term papers : symptom or challenge, or using term papers to teach
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33 5 - 8 14 Aug 74 114 Journal citation studies.11. Journal of Geophysical  Research. (Highly cited articles. 12). 
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34 5 - 6 21 Aug 74 118 Current Book Contents settles in; progress report on a resoundingly successful experiment!
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35 1 - 5 28 Aug 74 120 Journal citation studies.12. Astrophysical Journal and its  Supplements. (Highly cited articles.13).
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36 5 - 7 4 Sep 74 125 Dream and reality in science -- the loneliness of the long-distance runner
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37 5 - 10 11 Sep 74 128 Journal Citation Studies. 13 . Acta Crystallographica. (Highly cited articles. 14)
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38 5 - 6 18 Sep 74 134 Historiography, librarianship, and the history of science.
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. . Reprint 136 E. Garfield. Historiographs, librarianship and the history of science.
From: Toward a theory of librarianship; papers in honor of  Jesse Hauk Shera, ed. C.H. Rawski (Metuchen, N.J.:Scarecrow Press, 1960), p. 38O402 
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151 E. Garfield. Putting our money where our needs are. [The government role in information science]. Bull. Amer. Soc. Inform. Sci. 1:10 passim, June/July 1974. 
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40 5 - 8 2 Oct 74 154 Journal citation studies. 14. Wherein we observe that physicists cite different physics journals than other  people. 
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41 5 - 6 9 Oct 74 158 Political scientists and scientist- politicians
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42 5 -12  16 Oct 74 160 Journal citation studies. 15. Cancer journals and articles. (Highly cited articles. 15)
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43 5 - 6 23 Oct 74 168 Concerning constancy, friendship, and  mutual acceptance; or, 'If you need  me, I'll be there.' 
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44 5 - 6 30 Oct 74 170 So you wanted more review articles -- ISI's new Index to Scientific Reviews (ISR) will help you find them. 
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45 5-7 6 Nov 74 172 Let's erect a new Toer of Babel!
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46 5-7 13 Nov 74 175 Why don't we have science reviews?
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47 5-6 20 Nov 74 177 Weekly subject indexes now in all editions of Current Contents
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48 5-9 27 Nov 74 179 Journal Citation Studies. 16. Clinical Chemistry and Clinica Chimica Acta.
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49 5-8 4 Dec 74 184 Some comments on pure and applied research -- stimulated by a list of works cited by applied chemists
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50 5-6 11 Dec 74 188 Was the Science Citation Index concept inevitable?
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. . Reprint 189 J. Lederberg. Preface to Genetics Citation Index. From:Genetics Citation Index
 experimental citation indexes to  genetics with special emphasis on  human genetics. 
 (Philadelphia: Institute for Scientific Information. 1963), p. iii. 
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51 5-6 18 Dec 74 190 Bibliographies, citations, and citation abstracts
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52 5-7 25 Dec 74 192 Journal Citation Studies. 17. Journal self-citation rates -- there's a difference
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Title 
1 5 -6 6 Jan 75 195 The who and why of ISI. 
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. . Reprint 197 S. Lazerow. Institute for Scientific  Information. From: Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, ed. E. Kent (New York: Marcel Dekker) 
 Vol:12, p.8. 
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2 5-9 13 Jan 75 205 Journal Citation Studies. 18. Highly cited botany journals
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3 5-10 20 Jan 75 210 Highly cited articles from plant  physiology journals. (Highly cited   articles 16). 
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4 5 - 9  27 Jan 75  216 Highly cited botanical articles from botanical and other journals.
(Highly cited articles. 17). 
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5 5 - 6 3 Feb 75 221 We've added a Weekly Substructure Index to Current Abstracts of  Chemistry  and Index Chemicus.
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6 5 - 6 10 Feb 75 223 Don't kill us with kindness: COMPLAIN! 
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7 5 - 7 17 Feb 75  226 Page charges; for-profit and  non-profit journals; and freedom of  the scientific press. 
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8 5 - 6 24 Feb 75 229 Uniformity of editorial policy on titles in citations will aid referees, librarians, and authors.
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9 5 - 9 3 Mar 75 231 Journal citation studies. 19. Psychology and behavior journals
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10 5 - 6 10 Mar 75 236 Timeliness and timelessness
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11 5 - 6 17 Mar 75 238 Degrees of absurdity. 
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12 5 - 9 24 Mar 75 240 "Come blow your horn:" Why we're  proud of the Social Sciences Citation Index
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. . Reprint 241 M. Weinstock. The Social Sciences Citation Index, more than a tool.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Information Industry Association, 5 March 1975, 
New York City. 
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13 5 - 7 31 Mar 75 245 The wonderful VOICEGRAM; let's hope  it won't be another 'French' telephone. 
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14 5 - 6 7 Apr 75 248 CAC/IC strikes again!  A  computer-output- microform (COM)  index to 1.25 
million new compounds. 
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15 7 - 8 Reprint 250 E. Garfield. The 'other' immortal; a memorable day with Henry  E. Bliss. Wilson Library 
Bulletin 48:288-92, 1974. 
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16 5 - 7 21 Apr 75 254 Transliteration # transcription  #  translation. 
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17 5 - 9 28 Apr 75 257 Highly cited articles. 18. Physiologic psychology and animal behavior
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18 5 - 11 5 May 75 262 Highly cited articles. 19. Human psychology and behavior
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19 5 - 7 12 May 75 269 Congressional approval of NSF grants; the public wants in!
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20 5 - 11 19 May 75 272 Journal citation studies. 20.  Agriculture  journals and the agricultural literature.
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21 5 - 10 26 May 75 279 Why not stop worrying about Cyrillic and read Russian!
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22 5 - 6 2 Jun 75 285 Has citation analysis "arrived"? or, a footnote to "The footnotes of science".
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. . Reprint 286 S. Aaronson. The footnotes of  science; in acknowledging the work of others, authors tell a lot about science itself; Mosaic 6(2):22-27, March/April, 1975.
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23 5 - 9 Jun 75 296 "Our computer goofed".
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24 5 -  16 Jun 75 297 The proper study of mankind is ... whose? or, Planet of the Apes revisited.
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25 5 -  23 Jun 75 298 Openmindedness in science and medicine.
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26 5 - 8 30 Jun 75 300 No-growth libraries and citation analysis; or, pulling weeds with ISI's Journal Citation Reports.
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. . Reprint 303 M. Weinstock,  Bradford's Law.  Nature 233:434, 1971.
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27 5 - 10 7 Jul 75 304 Journal Citation Studies. 21. Engineering journals. 
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28 5 -  14 Jul 75 310 An address on addresses.
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29 5 - 8 21 Jul 75 311 ISI's Atlas of Science may help students in choice of career in science.
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30 5 - 7 28 Jul 75 315 Is the SCI a Rolls Royce in your budget?
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31 5 - 9 Reprint 318 E. Garfield. Is there a future for the scientific journal? 
Sci-Tech News 29:42-44, 1975.
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32 5 - 6 11 Aug 75 323 Why initials instead of first names in ISI's indexes?
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33 5 - 6 18 Aug 75 325 Current Contents bridging the generation gap.
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34 5 - 10 25 Aug 75 327 Are information services worth the money?
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. . Reprint 328 A.E. Cawkell & E. Garfield.  The cost-effectivened and cost benefits of commercial information services.  From : Chemical Information Systems, ed. J. Ash and E. Hyde (New York:Wiley/Halsted, 1975), p. 73-85. 
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35 5 - 7 1 Sep 75 335 Genetic engineering -- too dangerous to continue or too important to discontinue?
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36 5 - 8 8 Sep 75 342 Current Contents -- all inclusive or personalized? Using ASCA is a reasonable compromise!
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37 5 - 6 15 Sep 75 343 Current Controversy
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38 5- 6 22 Sep 75 345 When browsers become retrievers, CC's natural-language WSIs help.
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39 5 - 6 29 Sep 75 347 CC's weekly subject indexes can help you complete the incomplete in references, bibliographies, and journal coverage.
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40 8 - 9 6 Oct 75 349 Ever think of Current Contents as a newspaper?
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41 5 - 7 13 Oct 75 351 Audience of one -- Jacob Bronowski.
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42 5 - 6 20 Oct 75 354 Clusters and classification
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. . Reprint 356 E. Garfield, M. V. Malin & H. Small. A system for automatic classification of scientific literature a Indian Inst. Science 57:61-74, 1975. 
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43 5 - 9 27 Oct 75 366 Using the SCI to illuminate scotophobin.
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44 5 - 7 3 Nov 75 371 The purpose of the ISI Press Digest or, "Life is short and information endless".
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45 7 - 10 10 Nov 75 374 Highly cited articles. 20. Articles from Russian Journls.
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46 5 - 8 17 Nov 75 378 What's in a name? If it's a journal's name, sometimes there's too much!
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47 5 - 8 24 Nov 75 382 Of smiling dogs and laughing people and why they can't tickle themselves.
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48 5 - 8 1 Dec 75 386 Of conferences and reviews.
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49 5 - 7 8 Dec 75 390 Libraries need a copyright clearing house -- ISI has one they can use!
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50 5 - 7 15 Dec 75 393 Jazz transcriptions will blow your mind!
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51 5 - 7 22 Dec 75 396 The 'obliteration phenomenon' in science and -- the advantage of being obliterated!
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52 . . 399 All the I's at ISI.
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1976


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1 5 -6 5 Jan 76 402 ISI's chemical information system goes marching on!
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2 5 - 7 12 Jan 76 404 Gatekeepers in science.
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3 5-6 19 Jan 76 407 Does the reading list make the person?
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4 5 - 10 26 Jan 76 409 Journal citation studies. 23. French journals -- what they cite and what cites them.
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5 5-8 Reprint 415 E. Garfield. Citation analysis, mechanical translation of chemical nomenclature, and the macrostructure of science.  J. Chem. Inform. & Camp. Sci. 15:153-55, 1975.
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6 5 - 7 9 Feb 76 419 Is the ratio between number of citations and publications cited a true constant?  (Garfield's Constant) (Size of Field)
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7 5 - 8 16 Feb 76 422 The 1973 articles most cited in 1973. The 1973 articles most cited in 1973. (Highly cited articles.21)
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8 5-8 23 Feb 76 426 The 1974 articles most cited in 1974. (Highly cited articles. 22)
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9 5-10 1 Mar 76 430 Journal citation studies. 24. Japanese journals: what they cite and what cites them.
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10 5-6 8 Mar 76 436 Certified literature searchers can help keep scientists honest!
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11 5-7 15 Mar 76 438 Anonymity in refereeing?  Maybe -- but anonymity in authorship? No.
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12 5-10 22 Mar 76 441 Characteristics of highly cited publications in the engineering sciences.
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13 5-6 29 Mar 76 447 Current Contents paper and other problems -- your Priorities and Ours. (Highly cited articles. 20.) Articles from Russian Journals.
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14 5-7 5 Apr 76 449 When academics become salesmen 
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15 5-9 12 Apr 76 452 The 1975 life-sciences articles highly cited in 1975. (Highly cited articles. 23).
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16 5-8 19 Apr 76 457 The 1975 physical sciences articles highly cited in 1975. (Highly cited articles. 24).
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17 5-10 26 Apr 76 461 More on jazz transcription.
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18 5-11 3 May 76 467 Journal Citation Studies. 25. German journals -- what they cite and vice versa.
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19 5-9 10 May 76 474 The 1972 articles most frequently cited in the years 1972-1975. (Highly cited articles.25) 
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20 5-16 17 May 76 479 When citation analysis strikes ball lightning.
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21 5-9 24 May 76 491 Highly cited articles 26. Some classic papers of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries (Citation Classics. 2).
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22 5-6 31 May 76 496 And who shall occupy the 250th chair among the citation immortals?
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23 5-6 7 Jun 76 498 Information encounter groups.
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24 5-6 14 Jun 76 500 "Is female smoking machismo?"
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25 5 - 8 21 Jun 76 502 Don't try to explain interlibrary loan to your university president!
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26 5-7 28 Jun 76 506 Anonymous Publication by 1984?
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27 5-11 5 Jul 76 509 Social Sciences Citation Index clusters.
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28 5-12 12 Jul 76 516 Highly cited articles. 27. Articles from German journals
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29 5 - 10 19 Jul 76 524 There's more than one way to search the chemical literature.
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. . Reprint 525 E. Garfield. There's more than one way.  CHEMTECH 6:167-73, 1976.
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30 5 - 6 26 Jul 76 535 To remember my mother 
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31 5 - 6 2 Aug 76 537 From journalism to news science.
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32 5 - 6 9 Aug 76 539 Simultaneous translation of English to English can streamline scientific meetings!
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33 5-13 16 Aug 76 541 Keeping up with science may be difficult but understanding it is even more so!
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. . Reprint 543 A.E. Cawkell. Understanding science by analysing its literature. Information Scientist 10(1): 3-10, 1976
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34 5-10 23 Aug 76 550 On the literature of the social sciences and the usage and effectiveness of the 
Social Sciences Citation Index.
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35 5-20 30 Aug 76 556 Introducing Journal Citation Reports.
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. . Reprint 558 "Introduction". From E. Garfield, Journal Citation Reports, a bibliometric analysis of  references processed for the 1974 Science Citation Index. Science Citation Index 1975, Vol:5. (Philadelphia: Institute for Scientific Information, 1976)
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36 5-9 6 Sep 76 572 Philadelphia and ISI are still celebrating the U.S. bicentennial
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37 5-11 13 Sep 76 577 Journal Citation Studies. 26. Latin-American journals.
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38 5-10 20 Sep 76 584 Journal Citation Studies. Australian and New Zealand citers and citees.
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39 5-7 27 Sep 76 590 Garfield's axiom of economics "collecting money ain't easy!"
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40 5-10 4 Oct 76 593 Highly cited articles. 28. Articles from New Zealand and Australian journals.
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41 5-11 11 Oct 599 Journal citation studies. 28.Scandinavian journals.
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42 5-9 18 Oct 76 606 Highly cited articles. 29. Articles from Scandinavian journals.
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43 5-10 25 Oct 76 611 Citation Classics.2. Articles from the life sciences 1930-1939
(Highly cited articles. 30)
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44 5-9 1 Nov 76 617 Citation Classics. 3. Articles from the physical sciences published in the 1930s.  (Highly cited articles. 31).
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45 5-12 8 Nov 76 623 Journal Citation Studies. 29. East European Journals.
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46 5-9 15 Nov 76 631 Highly cited articles. 32. Articles from East European Journals.
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47 5-6 22 Nov 76 636 The place for an author's address is upfront -- where it can be counted!
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48 5-12 29 Nov 76 638 The World Brain as seen by an information entrepreneur.
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. 5-12 Reprint 640 E. Garfield. The World Brain as seen by an information entrepreneur.  From: Information for Action, ed. M. Kochen (New York: Academic Press, 1975) p.155-60
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49 5-12 6 Dec 76
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646 Journal Citation Studies. 30. The journals pathologists write and the journals pathologists cite.  From : Pathology Annual, vol:11, 1976, ed S.C. Sommers (New York: Appleton-Century, 1976) Part 1.  (Journal Citation Studies. 30).
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658 E. Garfield. 100 Articles from Pathology Journals. Pathology Annual, Vol:11, 1976, ed. S.C. Sommers (New York. Appleton-Century, 1976) Part 2.  (Highly cited articles. 33).
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51 5 - 12 20 Dec 76 664 Humor in scientific journals, and journals of scientific humor.
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52 5-20 27 Dec 76 672 Is a unified index to science still relevant?
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. . Reprint 674 E. Garfield. A unified index to science.  Proceedings of the International Conference on Scientific Information, Washington, 16-21 November 1958, 2 vols. (Washington: National Academy of Sciences -- National Research Council, 1959), vol:1, p.461-74.
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. . . 689 Cited Author Index, Volumes 1 and 2
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. . . 697 Subject Index, Volumes 1 and 2
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1977-1978

Volume 3

Table of Contents

 Foreword v   Derek J. de Solla Price   pdf file available
 Preface    xi  Eugene Garfield             pdf file available

  1977


CC No: CC Pgs. Date  Essays Pg. Title 
1 5 - 7 3 Jan 77 1 Introducing Citation Classics: the human side of scientific reports.
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2 5 - 7 10 Jan 77 3 On style in scientific writing.
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. . Guest Essay 4 S. Aaronson. Style in scientific writing.
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3 5- 12 17 Jan 77 14 Introducing: The Unification Church and the Reverend Moon.
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. . Guest Essay 15 R. Cohen. The Unification Church and the Reverend Moon.
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4 5 - 9 24 Jan 77 22 Journal citation studies. 31. Italian journals. 
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5 5 - 11 31 Jan 77 27 New Year's greetings -- and other correspondence -- keep the spirit bright all year long!
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6 5 - 12 7 Feb 77 34 Highly cited articles. 34. Articles from Italian journals and from Italian laboratories.
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7 5 - 7 14 Feb 77 42 Project Keysave -- ISI's new on-line system for keying citations corrects errors! 
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8 5-11 21 Feb 77 45 Highly cited articles. 35. Biochemistry papers published in the 1940s.
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9 5 - 6 28 Feb 77 52 ISI adds "non-journal" material to the 1977 Science Citation Index.
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10 5-11 7 Mar 77 54 Highly cited articles. 36 Physics, chemistry and mathematics papers  published in the 1940s. 
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11 5-13 14 Mar 77 61 The vegetarian alaternative.
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12 5-10 21 Mar 77 70 The Permuterm Subject Index: an autobiographical review. 
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13 5-12 28 Mar 77 76 Highly cited articles. 37. Biomedical articles published in the 1940s. 
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14 5-8 4 Apr 77 84 Proposal for a new profession: scientific reviewer.
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15 5-10 11 Apr 77 88 Le nouveau defi Americain. 
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. . Reprint 89 E. Garfield. Is French science too provincial? La Recherche 7:757-60, 1976.
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16 5-12 18 Apr 77 95 Le nouveau defi Americain. II.
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17 5-10 25 Apr 77 103 Citation analysis and the anti-vivisection controversy.
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18 5-6 2 May 77 109 The ISI grant program.
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19 5-9 9 May 77 111 Shopping for a surgeon.
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20 5-7 16 May 77 116 Confessions of a cab driver.
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21 5-6 23 May 77 119 What some science students don't know: Current Contents can help them during and after their formal education.
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22 5-8 30 May 77 121 Treating the whole person: the use of social sciences information in medical  libraries. 
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23 1-5 6 Jun 77 125 Highly cited articles. 38. Physics and chemistry papers published in the 1950s.
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24 5-6 13 Jun 77 130 The significant journals of science.
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. . Reprint 132 E. Garfield. Significant journals of science. Nature,Vol. 264, No. 5587, p. 609-615,December 15, 1976. 
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25 5-12 20 Jun 77 147 Highly cited articles. 39. Biochemistry papers published in the 1950s.
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26 5-22 27 Jun 77 155 Negative science and "The outlook for the flying machine".
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. . Reprint 167 S. Newcomb. The outlook for the flying machine. The Independent: A Weekly Magazine, 22 October 1903, p. 2508-12
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27 5-7 4 Jul 77 173 The agony and ecstasy of publishing   your own book: 
Essays of an  Information Scientist. 
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28 5 - 8 11 Jul 77 176 Robert K. Merton: among the giants.
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29 5-12 18 Jul 77 179 Highly cited articles. 40. Biomedical and behavioral papers published in the 1950s.
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30 5-15 25 Jul 77 187 Reducing the noise level in scientific communication: how services from ISI aid journal editors and publishers.
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. . Reprint 189 E. Garfield. How services from  the Institute for Scientific  Information (ISI) aid journal editors and publishers. Paper presented at the First International Conference of  Scientific Editors in Jerusalem, April 25-29, 1977. 
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31 5-10 1 Aug 77 198 Hotel horror stories.
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32 5-9 8 Aug 77 204 Will ISI's Arts & Humanities Citation Index revolutionize scholarship?
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33 5-8 15 Aug 77 209 The ISI lecturer program: a pragmatic approach to teaching students about information services.
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34 5-6 22 Aug 77 213 To remember by brother, Robert L. Hayne.
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35 5-8 29 Aug 77 215 To cite or not to cite: a note of annoyance.
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36 5-8 5 Sep 77 219 Cremation: a sensible alternative.
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37 5-7 12 Sep 77 223 The information-conscious university and ASCA software.
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38 5-10 19 Sep 77 226 What this country needs is a free phone call.
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39 5-6 26 Sep 77 232 Restating the fundamental assumptions of citation analysis.
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. . Reprint 234 B.C. Griffith, M.C. Drott, H.G.Small. On the use of citations in studying scientific achievements and communication. Society for Social Studies of Science Newsletter 2:9-13, Summer 1977.
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. . Reprint 240 D. Edge. Why I am not a co-citationist. Society for Social Studies of Science Newsletter 2:13-19, Summer 1977.
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40 5-10 3 Oct 77 247 ISI's new Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings lets you know what went on at a conference even 
if you stayed at home. 
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41 5-10 10 Oct 77 253 Viewdata and SCITEL bring interactive information systems into the home. 
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42 5-12 17 Oct 77 259 A study of Canadian journal data illustrates the potential for citation analysis.
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. . Reprint 262 C.T. Bishop. Canadian journals are better than some think. Science Forum 10(3):20-22, June 1977. 
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43 5-8 24 Oct 77 267 To indent or not to indent? How to improve journal contents page format.
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44 5-19 31 Oct 77 271 Information theory and all that jazz:  a lost reference list leads to a pragmatic assignment for students.
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. . Reprint 274 E. Garfield. Information theory  and other quantitative factors in code design for document card systems.  Journal of Chemical  Documentation 1:70, 1961. 
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45 5-17 7 Nov 77 286 Everything you always wanted to know  about ISI data bases but were afraid to ask. 
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. . Reprint 288 E. Garfield, M. Koenig, T.  DiRenzo. ISI data-base-produced  information services. IEEE 
Transactions on Professional  Communication PC-20(2):95-9, September 1977. 
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46 5-11 14 Nov 77 299 Sir Peter B. Medawar: consummate scientific professional, accomplished literary amateur.
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47 5-13 21 Nov 77 307 Can reprint requests serve as a new form of international currency for the scientific community?
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48 5-12 28 Nov 77 316 Citation analysis and the anti-vivisection controversy. Part II. An assessment of Lester R. Aronson's citation record. 
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49 5-15 5 Dec 77 326 The 250 most-cited primary authors, 1961-75. Part 1.  How the names were selected.
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50 5-15 12 Dec 77 337 The 250 most-cited primary authors, 1961-1975. Part II. The correlation between citedness, Nobel prizes, and academy memberships.
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51 5-20 19 Dec 77 348 The 250 most-cited primary authors, 1961-1975. Part III. Each author's most-cited publication. 
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52 5-12 26 Dec 77 364 The computer: practical tool, ultimate toy. (Essays/Vol:3)pdf file available
. . Reprint 367 367   M.E.D. Koenig. The toy theory of western history. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 23:16-8,  1977.
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1978


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1 5-10. 2 Jan 78  372 More on cremation and other alternatives to traditional burial. 
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2 5-12. 9 Jan 78 379 Miniprint: is it a practical way to  cut publishing costs? or If you can  read this, you can read miniprint!
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3 5-10 16  Jan 78 387 The new Copyright Clearance Center and the doctrine of fair use. 
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4 5-11 23 Jan 78 393 ISI's master dictionary aids scientific etymology and reflects changes in science. 
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5 5-7 30 Jan 78 400 IIA Hall of Fame Award helps make 1977 a good year.
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. 8-11 Reprint 403 E. Garfield. The future of the information industry. Speech given upon receipt of Information Industry Association (IIA) Hall of Fame Award, October 5, 1977, Port Chester, New York.
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6 5-8 6 Feb 78 407 ISI's Who Is Publishing In  Science  -- Why is it an idea   whose time has not come?
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7 5-15 13 Feb 78 411 To remember Chauncey D. Leake. 
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8 5-6 20 Feb 78 422 To remember my father. 
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9 5-13 27 Feb 78 424 Keeping up with new magazines.
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10 5-10 6 Mar 78 434 ISI is now helping to bridge the three (not two) cultures. 
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11 5-12 13 Mar 78 440 Style in cited references.
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12 5-8 20 Mar 78 448 Information science and technology have come of age -- organizational names should show it.
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13 5-7 27 Mar 78 452 Gordian knot of journal coverage:why we can't put all the journals you want into the Current Contents edition you read. 
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14 5-10 3 Apr 78 455 Creative philanthropy. I. Is it  necessary to be non-profit to be  philanthropic? 
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15 5-8 10 Apr 78 461 Creative philanthropy. II. Getting  more bang for the buck! 
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16 5-7 17 Apr 78 465 Chemical information for the man who has everything. 
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. 8-13 Reprint 468 E. Garfield. Where is chemical information science going? Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences 18:1-4, 1961.
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17 5-7 24 Apr 78 474 National Science Foundation stimulates sociometric, science policy studies  through innovative contract with ISI. 
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18 5-9 1 May 78 477 Social sciences information -- vital  link between the law and our  evolving society. 
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19 5-10 8 May 78 482 In recognition of journals which prove that change is possible.
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20 5-8 15 May 78 488 False publication dates and other rip-offs.
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21 5-10 22 May 78 492 So who's perfect? Corrections and  additions to the 250 most-cited   authors list. 
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22 5-10 29 May 78 498 Do French scientists who publish outside of France and/or in English   do better research? 
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23 5-11 5 Jun 78 504 To remember Ralph Shaw.
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24 5-10 12 Jun 78 511 The scientist in the courtroom: a heady experience with many dangers.
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25 5-9 19 Jun 78 517 Radio: the neglected medium for  scientific communication. 
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26 5-11 26 Jun 78 522 Money exchange -- the traveler's dilemma.
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27 5-13 3 Jul 78 529 Chiropractic: still controversial after nearly 100 years. 
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28 5-17 10 Jul 78 538 The 300 most-cited authors, 1961-1976, including co-authors at last. 1. How  the names were selected. 
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29 5-9 17 Jul 78 551 Introducing PRIMATE -- Personal Retrieval of Information by Microcomputer and Terminal Ensemble.
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30 5-7 24 Jul 78 556 Announcing Current Contents /Arts   & Humanities: in 1979 our  Current Contents series will   cover virtually every academic  discipline. 
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31 5-8 31 Jul 78 559 The endless quest for timeliness -- fourth quarterly Science Citation Index.
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32 5-14 7 Aug 78 563 The 100 articles most cited by social scientists, 1969-1977. 
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33 5-9 14 Aug 78 573 Introducing Index to Social  Sciences & Humanities Proceedings -- more help in locating and acquiring proceedings. 
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34 5-12 21 Aug 78 579 Science journalism: you've come a long way baby, but ...!
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35 5-30 28 Aug 78 587 The 300 most-cited authors, 1961-1976, including co-authors. Part 2. The  relationship between citedness, awards, and academy memberships. 
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36 5-12 4 Sep 78 613 Scientists' image in movies and TV programs.
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37 5-16 11 Sep 78 621 The 100 books most cited by social scientists, 1969-1977.
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38 5-11 18 Sep 78 633 The 100 most-cited SSCI authors, 1969-1977. .1. How the names were selected.
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39 5-7 25 Sep 78 640 ASCA can help you monitor publication in your organization or   country. 
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40 5-12 2 Oct 78 644 The ethics of scientific publication.
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41 5-15 9 Oct 78 652 High impact science and the case of Arthur Jensen.
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42 5-9 16 Oct 78 663 Is Current Contents a periodical?  The landmark case of ISI vs.U.S. Postal Service.
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43 5-9 23 Oct 78 668 Making contacts at conferences - a problem for the young scientist.
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44 5-6 30 Oct 78 673 The incredible INFOROMETER.
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45 5-15 6 Nov 78 675 The 100 most-cited SSCI  authors. 2. A catalog of their awards  and academy memberships. 
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46 5-7 13 Nov 78 686 Beverly Bartolomeo and 20 years of Current Contents.
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47 5-16 20 Nov 78 689 The 300 most-cited authors, 1961-1976, including co-authors. 3A. Their most-cited papers  -- introduction and  journal analysis. 
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48 5-12 27 Nov 78 701 The 300 most-cited authors, 1961-1976, including co-authors.3B. Their most-cited papers and a correction note. 
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49 5-16 4 Dec 78 711 The 300 most-cited authors, 1961-1976, including co-authors. 3C. Their most-cited papers and affiliation data. 
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50 5-8 11 Dec 78 723 Additional history and sociology of science c overage in Current Contents.
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51 5-8 18 Dec 78 727 Five years of Current Book  Contents and multi-authored book  indexing. 
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52 5-10 25 Dec 78 731 Reflections on 1978: looking forward to 1979. Cumulated index to Essays,    Vols. 1, 2 & 3. 
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. . . 737 Cited Author Index Cumulated index to Essays, 
Vols. 1, 2 & 3. 
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. . . 753 Subject Index Cumulated index to Essays, 
Vols. 1, 2 & 3.
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. . . 801 Index to Illustrations
Cumulated Index to Essays, Vols: 1,2 & 3.
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. . . 807 Index to Authors in Most-Cited Lists Cumulated index to Essays,  Vols. 1, 2 & 3. 
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1979-1980

Volume 4

Table of Contents

 Foreword v   Harriet Zuckerman      pdf file available
 Preface    xi  Eugene Garfield             pdf file available

  1979


CC No: CC Pgs. Date  Essays Pg. Title 
1 5 - 12 1  Jan 79 1 Expansion of Citation Classics of scientific reports. 250 unique commentaries per year.
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1 5 - 7 1  Jan 79 9 Introducing Current Contents /Arts & (A&H) Humanities a new service to  keep you up-to-date. 
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2 .5 - 8 8  Jan 79 12 Introduction to Current Chemical Reactions
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3 5 - 7 15 Jan 79 16 Bjorn Tell and the Future of Information Services
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. 8 - 12 Reprint 19 E. Garfield. How Will New Technology Change Characteristics of Libraries and Their Users. Knowledge and Development Reshaping Library and   Information Services for the World  of Tommorow. A Festschrift for Bjorn  Tell.  ed. S. Schwarz and  U.Willers. Stockholm: Royal Institute of  Technology Library. 1978. 
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4 5 - 9 22 Jan 79 24 High Postal Rates Impede the Flow of Information Across International Boundaries. 
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5 5 - 8 29 Jan 79 29 Are you what you wear?
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6 5 - 7 5  Feb 79 33 What do you do for a living?
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7 5 - 13 12 Feb 79 36 I Never Forget a Face!
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8 5 - 12 19 Feb 79 45 The Hazards of Sunbathing.
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9 5 - 13 26 Feb 79 53 The Library of Congress. Part 1. Looking Back.
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10 5 - 12 5  Mar 79 62 The Library of Congress. Part 2. The  Librarian.
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11 5 - 12 12 Mar 79 70 Omni Magazine leads the upsurge of mass-audience science journalism.
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12 5 - 7 19 Mar 79 78 Out with the Old, In with the New Current Bibliographic Dictionary of the Arts & Sciences.
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13 5 - 23 26 Mar 79 81 The 1976 Articles Most Cited in 1976 and 1977. Part 1. Life Sciences.
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14 5 - 8 2 Apr 79 100 Introducing ISI's Transliterated Dictionary of the Russian Language.
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15 5 - 9 9 Apr 79 104 How to write and publish a scientific paper : A "cookbook" for authors from ISI Press.
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16 5 - 10 16 Apr 79 109 The Science Research Film: A moving picture is sometimes worth a thousand words.
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17 5 - 16 23 Apr 79 115 The 1976 Articles Most Cited in 1976 and 1977. 2. Physical Sciences.
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18 5 - 9 30 Apr 79 127 The NAS James Murray Luck Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing:  G. Alan Robison receives the First Award for his work on cyclic AMP
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19 5 -13  7 May 79 132 Has OCR finally arrived? Or is it a technology with a lot more problems than meets the eye?
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20 5 - 18 14 May 79 141 Controversies over opiate receptor research typify problems facing awards committees.
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21 5 - 15 21 May 79 156 Most-cited articles of the 1960s. 1. Physical Sciences
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22 5 - 10 28 May 79 167 Science News: A Pioneer in Science Journalism.
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23 5 - 11 4  Jun 79 173 Do air ions affect our lives and health?
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24 5 - 17 11 Jun 79 180 Toward ending the confusion surrounding food additives: The case for better labeling
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25 5 - 11 18 Jun 79 193 Everything you wanted to know about Sax but wer e afraid to ask.
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26 5 - 12 25 Jun 79 200 The Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs:  Twenty-two years in search of peace.
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27 5 - 12 2 Jul 79 208 What a difference an "A" makes. 
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28 5 - 6 9 Jul 79 216 Citation Indexing: The Evolving Grammar of Citation Analysis.
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29 5 - 7 16 Jul 79 222 CC's new Publisher Address Directory.
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30 5 - 8 23 Jul 79 225 Tinnitus, Anyone?
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31 5 - 13 30 Jul 79 229 Nicotine Addiction Is a Major Medical Problem: Why So Much Government inertia?
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32 5 - 10 6  Aug 79 238 Most-cited authors in the Arts and Humanities, 1977-1978.
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33 5 - 9 13 Aug 79 244 Journal Citation Studies. 32. Canadian Jurnals, Part 1: What they Cite and What Cites Them.
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34 5-9 20 Aug 79 249 Journal Citation Studies 32. Canadian Journals, Part 2: Analysis of Canadian Research Published at Home and Abroad. 
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35 5 - 14 27 Aug 79 254 Most-cited articles of the 1960s.
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36 5-9 3  Sep 79 264 Alternative forms of scientific publishing. Keeping up with the evolving system of scientific communication.
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37 5 - 10 10 Sep 79 269 Reflections on learning foreign languages Part 1. Language teaching methods.
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38 5 - 9 17 Sep 79 275 Reflections on learning foreign languages. Part II. Electronic translators.
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39 5 - 9 24 Sep 79 280 Introducing Index to Book Reviews in the Sciencies.
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40 5 - 9 1  Oct 79 285 How can we prove the value of basic research?
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41 5 - 8 8  Oct 79 290 SIPI: Scientists taking scientific information to the public.
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42 5 - 9 15 Oct 79 294 Electroconvulsive Therapy : Malignant or Maligned?
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43 5 - 10 22 Oct 79 299 "It's a Small World After All."
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44 5 - 8 29 Oct 79 305 Quiet Restaurants and Noisy Discos. There's a Time and a Place.
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45 5 - 8 5 Nov 79 309 How do we select journls for Current Contents?
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46 5 - 10 12 Nov 79 313 Scientometrics comes of age.
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47 5 - 8 19 Nov 79 319 SCI in the Transition to the on-line era.  Providing equitable access and pricing to large and small users presents a real challenge.
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48 5 - 14 26 Nov 79 323 The Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.: Scientists and Lawyers go to court in defence of the environment.
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49 5 - 9 3 Dec 79 333 A tribute to Harold Urey.
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50 5 - 7 10 Dec 79 338 Introducing ISI's Quarterly Index to Current Contents / Life Sciences (QUICC/LS)
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51 5 - 11 17 Dec 79 341 Some Reflections on Index Medicus 
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52 5 - 7 24-31 Dec
79
348 The Psychedelic Art of the Huichol Indians
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1 5 - 8 7   Jan 80 351 New Year, New Building. 
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2 5 - 8 14 Jan 80 355 Lifetime Citation Rates
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3 5 - 8 21 Jan 80 359 How it all began: with a loan from HFC
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4 5 - 11 28 Jan 80 363 The 100 most-cited authors of 20th century literature. 
Can citation data forecast the Nobel Prize in Literature?
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5 5- 13 4 Feb 80 370 Most-cited articles of the 1960s. 3. Preclinical Basic Research
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6 5 - 14 11 Feb 80 379 Most-cited articles of the 1960s. 4. Clinical Research
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7 5 - 9 18 Feb 80 389 Should we kick the caffeine habit?
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8 5 - 11 25 Feb 80 394 Has scientific communication changed in 300 years?
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9 5-12 3 Mar 80 401 Memory and Super-Memory: I'll never forget what's his name!
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10 5 - 9 10 Mar 80 409 Dyslexia : To read or not to read.
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11 5 - 16 17 Mar 80 414 The number of biochemical articles is growing. But why also the number of references per article?
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. . Reprint 419 E. Garfield. Trends in biochemical literature. Trends Biochem.
Sci 4(12)n.290-5. 1979
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12 5-11 24 Mar 80 426 What do we know about Jet Lag?
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13 5 - 12 31 Mar 80 433 Can the new health practitioners reduce medical costs? Part 1.
Physician Assistants and Emergency Medical Technicians
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14 5 - 10 7 Apr 80 441 Can the new health practitioners reduce medical costs? Part 2. Nurse Practitioners and Nurse-Midwives.
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15 5 - 13 14 Apr 80 447 Three Mile Island and the Information Explosion on Nuclear Energy
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16 5 - 12 21 Apr 80 456 Portable Information -- Is the Dream Becoming a Reality?
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17 5-10 28 Apr 80 464 Looking for a Music Score? There's no easy way.
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18 5 - 8 5  May 80 470 Science on Television
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19 5 - 12 12 May 80 476 Bradford's Law and Related Statistical Patterns
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20 5 - 8 19 May 80 484 The Rockefeller University Council: Well-placed decision-makers adopt an Alma Mater to promote creative philanthropy.
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21 5 - 10 26 May 80 488 Premature discovery or delayed recognition. Why?
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22 5 - 13 2 Jun 80 494 Information Science Education: An ivory tower of Babel?
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23 5 - 9 9 Jun 80 503 From Citation Amnesia to Bibliographic Plagiarism
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24 5 - 8 16 Jun 80 508 Science 80 Adds the booming popularization of Science
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25 5 - 7 23 Jun 80 512 The 1980 NAS James Murray Luck Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing:  Conyers Herring receives second award for his work in Solid-State Physics.
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26 5 - 8 30 Jun 80 515 Did you hear the one about....?
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27 5 - 7 7  Jul 80 519 Introducing Robert A. Day, the new Director of ISI Press
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28 5 - 10 14 Jul 80 522 Excerpta Medica: Abstracting the Biomedical Literature 
for the Medical Specialist
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29 5 - 18 21 Jul 80 528 The 1977 Articles Most Cited from 1977 to 1979 
Part 1. Life Sciences
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30 5 - 17 28 Jul 80 542 The 1977 Articles Most Cited from 1977 to 1979
Part 2. Physical Sciences
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31 5 - 12 4 Aug 80 555 Journal Citation Studies. 33. Botany Journals Part 1:
What they cite and what cites them.
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32 5 - 15 11 Aug 80 563 Journal Citation Studies.33 Botany Journals. Part 2: 
Growth of Botanical Literature and Highly-Cited Items
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33 5 - 9 18 Aug 80 574 Can machines be scientific translators?
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34 5 - 11 25 Aug 80 579 From Vocoder to Vacalock - 
Speech recognition machines still have a long way to go.
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35 5 - 10 1 Sep 80 586 The Epidemiology of Knowledge and the spread of scientific information
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36 5 - 13 8 Sep 80 592 The Science of Signage, or, How do I get to the 
Commodore Barry Bridge?
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37 5 - 12 15 Sep 80 601 Leprosy:  Down but not out.
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38 5 - 13 22 Sep 80 609 Are the 1979 Prizewinners of Nobel Class?
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39 5 - 20 29 Sep 80 618 Price's Citation Cycle
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. . Reprint 621 Derek deSolla Price. The Citation Cycle key papers in InformationScience, p.196-210, Ed. B.C. Griffith, White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications, 1980.
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40 5 - 12 6 Oct 80 634 ABCs of Cluster Mapping Part 1. Most Active Fields in the 
Life Sciences in 1978.
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41 5 - 12 13 Oct 80 642 ABCs of Cluster Mapping. Part  2. Most Active Fields in the 
Physical  Sciences in 1978. 
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42 5 - 10 20 Oct 80 650 Sax Discrimination
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43 5 - 8 27 Oct 80 656 Re-computing air fares -- The International Traveler's Nightmare
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44 5-10 3 Nov 80 660 Multiple Independent Discovery nd Creativity in Science.
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45 5-12 10 Nov 80 666 All about ulcers, antacids, and how little we know.
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46 5 - 16 17 Nov 80 674 1978 Articles Most Cited in 1978 and 1979.1. Physical Sciences
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47 5 - 14 24 Nov 80 686 The 1978 Articles most cited in 1978 and 1979. 2. Life Sciences
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48 5 - 8 1 Dec 80 696 The Sciences: Science Journalism written by scientists.
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49 5 - 8 8 Dec 80 700 The worldwide problem of Lactose intolerance.
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50 5 - 13 15 Dec 80 704 The British Library
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51 5 - 14 22 Dec 80 713 Will a bright mind make its own way?
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52 5 - 10 29 Dec 80 724 Is preventative medicine taking off at last?
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. . . 731 Cited Author Index
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. . . 753 Subject Index
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1981-1982

Volume 5

Table of Contents


 Foreword xv       Robert K. Merton pdf file available
 Preface    xxi       Eugene Garfield     pdf file available
 


1981


CC No: CC Pgs. Date        . Essays Pg. Title 
1 5-7  5 Jan 81 1 The ASIS Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award: F. Wilfrid Lancaster Is the First Winner.
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2 5-7. 12 Jan 81 4 Library of the Hungarian Academy of Science Builds  Computerized Information Services on ISI's Data 
Base.
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3 5-8 19 Jan 81 7 Discipline-Oriented Citation Indexes & Data Bases:  Bridging the Interdisciplinary Gap  via Multidisciplinary Input.
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4 5-8 26 Jan 81 11 ISI's On-Line System Makes Searching 
so Easy Even a Scientist Can Do It:Introducing METADEX Automatic Indexing & ISI/BIOMED SEARCH. 
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5 5-9 2 Feb 81 15 Fine Art Enhances ISI's New Building:
A Ceramic Mural by Guillermo Wagner Granizo and a Sgraffito Mural by 
Joseph Slawinski. 
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6 5-10 9 Feb 81 20 All About Ice Cream: or, Confessions 
of an Ice Cream Addict. 
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7 5-9 16 Feb 81 26 What's in a Surname?
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8 5-12 23 Feb 81 31 Automatic Indexing and the 
Linguistics Connection. 
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9 5-10 2 Mar 81 39 Catching the wind. Part 1. Sailing.
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10 5-11 9 Mar 81 45 Catching the Wind. Part 2. Boardsailing.
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11 5-9 16 Mar 81 52  Introducing Discovery, Time 
Inc.'s Monthly Newsmagazine of Science. 
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12 5-13 23 Mar 81 57 Introducing Current Controversy -- Reviewing and Digesting the Popular and Scholarly  Press. 
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13 5-10 30 Mar 81 66 Indoor Pollution: Why Environmental Protection May Also Be an Inside Job.
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14 5-7 6 Apr 81 72 "How do you do it? Write all those essays, I mean."
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15 5-13 13 Apr 81 75 Alcohol: Are the benefits worth the risks?
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16 5-11 20 Apr 81 84 New Scientist: Science with a sense of humor.
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17 5-9 27 Apr 81 91 The Einstein Centennial and Citation Analysis.
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18 5-8 4 May 81  96 The 1981 NAS James Murray Luck Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing: John S. Chipman receives third award for his reviews in economics.
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19 5-12 11 May 81 100 What do we know about depression?
Part 1: Etiology.
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20 5-12 18 May 81 108 What Do we know about Depression? Part 2: Diagnosis and Treatment. 
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21 5-11 25 May 81 116 Scientific American -- 136 years of Science Journalism. 
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22 5-16 1 Jun 81 123 Citation Classics -- Four  Years of the Human Side of Science. 
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23 5-7 8 Jun 81 135 Grants from ISI:  Help for small and inadequately financed libraries.
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24 5-9 15 Jun 81 138 Senility: A major health problem in need of a  solution. 
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25 5-11 22 Jun 81 143 Herpes Simplex Virus Infections. Part 1. How widespread they are, and who  is most threatened. 
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26 5-11 29 Jun 81 150 Herpes Simplex Virus Infections. Part  2. Sexually transmitted diseases  without a cure. 
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27 5-11 6 Jul 81 157 What do we know about depression?
Part 3: Children and adolescents.
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28 5-11 13 Jul 81 164 Huichol Mythology and Culture. Part 1.  World's largest yarn painting is latest in series of ISI-commissioned art.
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29 5-11 20 Jul 81 171 Huichol Mythology and Culture. Part 2. Can the Huichols absorb modern  technology and retain their   traditions?
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30 5-15 27 Jul 81 178 English vs. Spanish vs. French vs..The Problem of Bilingualism.
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31 5-17 3 Aug 81 189 The 1980 Nobel Prizewinners. 
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32 5-9 10 Aug 81 202 ISI's Lecture-Seminar Program can help you and your students optimize literature searching.
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33 5-10 17 Aug 81 207 Works of Art at ISI: Jennifer Bartlett's "In the Garden" and "Interpenetrations" by Handel Evans.
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34 5-9 24 Aug 81 213 Introducing ISI/ISTP&B (Index to  Scientific and Technical Proceedings  & Books)-- Online Access to the  Conference Literature and  Multi-Authored Books. 
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35 5-8 31 Aug 81 218 Science Digest -- New Look,  New Personality. 
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36 5-20 7 Sep 81 222 Medical Genetics: The New Preventive  Medicine. 
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37 5-13 14 Sep 81  238 Aspirin: Headache or Health Promoter?
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38 5-10 21 Sep 81 247 To put it badly: Treatment of hair loss is a losing proposition.
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39 5-12 28 Sep 81 253 Science: 101 Years of Publication of High Impact Science Journalism. 
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40 5-12 5 Oct 81 261 Nature: 112 Years of continuous publication of high impact research and science journalism.
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41 5-14 12 Oct 81 269 The 1,000 Contemporary Scientists Most-Cited 1965-1978. Part 1. The Basic List and Introduction. 
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42 5-13 19 Oct 81 279 Introducing the ISI Atlas of Science: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 1978/80.
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43 5-12 26 Oct 81 288 Another look at ISI's Master Dictionary -- Aiding scientific etymology and reflecting changes in science.
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44 5-16 2 Nov 81 296 A Tribute to R. Buckminster Fuller-- Inventor, Philosopher.
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45 5-9 9 Nov 81 308 Introducing Current Controversy -- Reviewing and Digesting the Popular and Scholarly Press.
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46 5-11 16 Nov 81 313 To Fast or Not Too Much Fast. Part 1.The Claims for Fasting in the Popular  Literature. 
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47 5-11 23 Nov 81 320 To Fast or Not Too Much Fast. Part 2. A controversial question gets some scientific answers. 
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48 5-8 30 Nov 81 327 A Swan Song for IBRS.
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49 5-8 7 Dec 81 331 The ASIS Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award: Pauline   Atherton Cochrane Wins the Second  Award. 
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50 5-6 14 Dec 81 335 Will advertising change Current Contents? - Yes and No.
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51 5-15 21 Dec 81 337 The economic impact of research and development.
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52 5-11 28 Dec 81 348 ISI's "World Brain" by Gabriel Liebermann: The World's First Holographic Engraving.
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 1982
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1 5-13 4 Jun 82 355 You're invited to historic Philadelphia for the tercentennial. 
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2 5-13 11 Jan 82 364 Acne Vulgaris: The adolescent's albatross.
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3 5-11 18 Jan 82 373 Journal Citation Studies. 34. The literature of Dental Science vs. the literature used by dental researchers.
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4 5-11 25 Jan 82 380 On the 25th Anniversary of Current Contents/ Life Sciences we look forward to the electronic online microcomputing era. 
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5 5-12 1 Feb 82 387 The Legacy of Albert C. Barnes. Part 1. The tempestuous life of a Scientist/Art Collector.
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6 5-15 8 Feb 82 395 Of Beggars, Bagladies, and Bums
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7 5-15 15 Feb 82 406 Autism: Few answers for a baffling disease.
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8 5-15 22 Feb 82 417 In tribute to V.V. Nalimov: Renaissance scholar and scientometrician par excellence.
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9 5-13 2 Mar 82 428 The 1,000 Most-Cited contemporary  authors.  Part 2A. Details on authors  in the Physical and Chemical Sciences and some comments about Nobels and 
Academy memberships. 
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10 5-10 8 Mar 82  437 ISI/CompuMath, multidisciplinary coverage of Applied and Pure Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, in print  and/or online -- Take your pick! 
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11 5-16 5 Mar 82  443 The Philadelphia Transit story continued -- how we all worked together to improve our subway station.
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12 5-13 22 Mar 82 455 The Legacy of Albert C. Barnes. Part 2. The Barnes Foundation.
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13 5-13 29 Mar 82 464 Journal Citation Studies. 35. Veterinary journals: What they cite and vice versa.
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14 5-15 5 Apr 82 473 Computer-Aided Historiography : How ISI uses cluster tracking to monitor the "vital signs" of science.
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15 5-13 12 Apr 82 484 Journal Citation Studies. 36. Pure and Applied Mathematics Journals:What They Cite and Vice Versa. 
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16 5-9 19 Apr 82 493 Introducing the ISI representatives - two way communicators who help us monitor the user's needs.
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17 5-12 26 Apr 82 498 Why aren't there more women in science?
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18 5-9 3 May 82 506 The 1982 NAS Fourth J.M. Luck Award for excellence in scientific reviewing goes to Victor McKusick for his Mapping of the Literature in Human Genetics.
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19 5-17 10 May 82 511  J.D. Bernal -- The Sage of Cambridge.  4S Award  memorializes His contributions to the Social Studies  of Science. 
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20 5-13 17 May 82 524 Is Research on Trichomoniasis commensurate with the prevalence of  this STD? 
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21 5-13 24 May 82 533 The 1,000 Most-Cited contemporary  authors.  Part 2B. Details on authors in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Cell  Biology, Enzymology, Genetics,  Molecular Biology, and Plant Sciences.  (Essays/Vol:5)pdf file available
22 5-13 31 May 82 542 The 1,000 Most-Cited Contemporary Authors.  Part 2C. Details on authors in Hematology, Histology, Immunology, Microbiology, Physiology, and  Virology.
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23 5-15 7 Jun 82 551 Were the 1981 Nobel Prizewinners in Science, Economics, and Literature anticipated by Citation Analysis?
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24 5-13 14 Jun 82 562 The 1,000 Most-Cited Contemporary Authors.  Part 2D. Details on authors in Cardiology, Endocrinology,  Gastroenterology, Nephrology, 
Neurobiology, Neurology, Neuropharmacology, Nuclear Medicine, Oncology, Pathology, Pharmacology,  Psychiatry, and Surgery.  (Essays/Vol:5)pdf file available
25 5-8 21 Jun 82 571 ISI Custom Search and Research Services, small and large, serve an international clientele.
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26 5-20 28 Jun 82 575 The 1979 Articles Most Cited from 1979 to  1981. 1. Life Sciences. 
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27 5-20 5 Jul 82 591 1,000 Most-Cited contemporary scientists. Part 3. Details on their institutional affiliations. 
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28 5-12 12 Jul 82 607 Introducing ISI/GeoSci.Tech and the GeoSciTech Index-- the 50 most-active research fronts in 1981 in the Earth Sciences illustrate the unique retrieval capabilities of our new online and print services. (Essays/Vol:5)pdf file available 
29 5-10 19 Jul 82 615 A Tribute to Hilary Koprowski: Scientist, Musician, and Friend. 
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30 5-10 26 Jul 82 621 More on the ethics of scientific publication: abuses of authorship attribution and citation amnesia undermine the reward system of science.
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31 5-11 2 Aug 82 627 To remember Sir Hans Krebs: Nobelist, friend and adviser.
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32 5-13 9 Aug 82 634 The 1979 articles most cited from 1979 to 1981. 2. Physical Sciences. 
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33 5-13 16 Aug 82 643 Risk Analysis, Part 1. How we Rate the Risks of New Technologies.
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34 5-10 23 Aug 82 652 Putting Your Best Face Forward: The social psychology of physical attractiveness.
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35 5-13 30 Aug 82 659 Risk Analysis, Part 2. How we evaluate the health risks of toxic substances in the environment.
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36 5-14 6 Sep 82 666 The 200 "pure" mathematicians most cited in 1978 and 1979, including a list of most-cited publications for the top 100.
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37 5-14 13 Sep 82 676 Patient Compliance: A multifaceted problem with no easy solution. 
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38 5-13 20 Sep 82 686 Since 1816 the John Scott and other  Philadelphia Awards have recognized "useful" scientific discoveries -- James Black and Benjamin Rubin head a list of recent distinguished recipients. Essays/Vol::5) pdf file available 
39 5-12 27 Sep 81 695 ISl's "New" Index to Scientific Reviews (lSR): Applying research front specialty searching to the retrieval of the review  literature. 
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40 5-12 4 Oct 82 703 Benjamin Franklin -- Philadelphia's Scientist. 
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41 5-14 11 Oct 82 711 Journal Citation Studies. 37. Using  Citation Analysis to study the neuroscience journals. 
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42 5-14 18 Oct 82 721 A Tribute to Carl Djerassi: Reflections on a remarkable scientific entrepreneur. 
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43 5-15 25 Oct 82 731 William D. McElroy and the Illuminating Story of Bioluminescence. 
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44 5-11 1 Nov 82 742 Halitosis, the Silent Affliction. A Profjle of Bad-Breath Research. 
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45 5-12 8 Nov 82 749 Is public confidence in science declining?
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46 5-7 15 Nov 82 758 Data from Arts and Humanities Citation Index reveal the interrelationships of science and humanities.
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47 5-11 22 Nov 82 761 Journal Citation Studies. 38. Arts Humanities Journals differ from natural and social sciences journals-- but  their similarities are surprising. 
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48 5-10 29 Nov 82 768 The history and mission of ISI Press. 
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49 5-10 6 Dec 82 774 The ASIS Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award: Belver C. Griffith Wins the Third Award. 
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50 5-10 13 Dec 82 779 While you're up, dial me an OATS -- We're still waiting for the Document Delivery Revolution. 
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51 5-10 20 Dec 82 785 Birdsongs and Avian Linguistics -- There's more to them than meets the ears. 
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52 5-14 27 Dec 82 791 Joumal Citation Studies. 39. Earth Sciences Journals: What They Cite and What Cites Them. 
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. . . 801 Cited Author Index
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. . . 831 Subject Index.
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1983

Volume 6

Table of Contents


Foreword xiii     V. V. Nalimov    pdf file available
Preface  xvii     Eugene Garfield   pdf file available
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1983

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1 5-9. 3 Jan 83 1 Junk Mail and Targeted Direct Mail  Marketing: There is a difference! 
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2 5-11 10 Jan 83  6 Idiosyncrasies and Errors, or the terrible things journals do to us. 
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3 5-8 17 Jan 83 13 Is the Electronic Information industry a threat to conventional    publishing? -- An interview with Kinokuniya Ltd., a leading 
Japanese bookseller and information  company. 
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4 5-14 24 Jan 83 17 The Awards of Science : Beyond the Nobel Prize. Part 1. The determinants of prestige. 
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5 5-8 31 Jan  83 27 The 1955-1964 Science Citation Index Cumulation -- A Major New Bibliographic Tool for Historians of Science and All Others Who Need Precise Information Retrieval for the Age of Space and Molecular Biology. 
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6 5-11 7 Feb 83 31 Child Care: An investment in the future. Part 1. An overview of corporate child care programs and the effects of day care on young children. 
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7 5-13 14 Feb 83 38 Child Care: An Investment in the Future. Part 2. The ISI Caring Center for Children and Parents. 
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9 5-10 21 Feb 83 47 The impact of hospital libraries on the quality and cost of health care delivery. 
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10 5-15 7 Mar 83 63 The 1980 Articles Most Cited in 1980  and 1981. 1. Life Sciences. 
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11 5-10 14 Mar 83 74 The New ISI Fellowships Honor Outstanding Librarians and Graduate Students in the Library and  Information Sciences. 
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12 5-12 21 Mar 83 80 Introducing Sci-Mate - A menu-package for online and offline information retrieval. Part 1. The Sci-Mate Personal Data Manager. 
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13 5-12 28 Mar 83 88 You Don't Need an Online Computer to Run SDI Profiles Offline! So Why Haven't You Asked for ASCA --  The ISI Selective Citation Alert? 
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14 5-15 4 Apr 83 96 Introducing Sci-Mate - A menu-driven Microcomputer Software 
Package for Online and Offline Information Retrieval. Part 2. The  Sci-Mate Universal Online  Searcher. 
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15 5-18 11 Apr 83 107 The dilemma of prolongevity research - must we age before we die, or if we don't, will we? 
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16 5-14 18 Apr 83 121 The 1982 John Scott Award Goes to Jack Fishman and Harold Blumberg for synthesis and investigation of Naloxone. 
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17 5-12 25 Apr 83 131 How to use Journal Citation Reports including a special salute to the Johns Hopkins Medical Journal. 
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18 5-9 2 May 83 139 The 1983 NAS Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing goes 
Goes to Michael Ellis Fisher for his Reviews of the  Theory of Equilibrium Critical Phenomena. 
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19 5-12 9 May 83 144 Quality Control at ISI: A Piece of  Your Mind can help us in our quest  for error-free bibliographic  information. 
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20 5-16 16 May 83 152 The 1980 Articles Most Cited in 1980 and 1981.  2. Physical Sciences. 
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21 5-12 23 May 83 164 They Stand on the Shoulders of  Giants: Sol Spiegelman, a Pioneer in Molecular Biology. 
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22 5-10 30 May 83 172 Sleep Disorders. Part 1. Are we  ignoring snoring? 
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23 5-11 6 Jun 83 178 Sleep Disorders. Part 2. Sleep Apnea  -- When Snoring is the Symptom, Not  the Disease. 
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24 5-7 13 Jun 83 185 Help! What would you do with three million journals? 
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25 5-13 20 Jun 83 188 What do we know about the group of mental disorders called Schizophrenia? Part 1. Etiology. 
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26 5-11 27 Jun 83 197 Scott Adams and Medical Bibliography in an age of discontinuity -- A tribute to a visionary leader in the field of Medical Information. 
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27 5-16 4 Jul 83 204 What do we know about the group of mental disorders called Schizophrenia? Part 2. Diagnosis and Treatment. 
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28 5-11 11 Jul 83 216 The Tyranny of the Horn -- automobile thatis. 
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29 5-10 18 Jul 83 223 The Poetry-Science Connection. 
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30 5-12 25 Jul 83 229 How sweet it is - The ACS Patterson-Crane Award.  Reflections on the Reward System of Science. 
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31 5-14 1  Aug 83 237 Spiders and the cobwebs of  myth about them. 
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32 5-10 8 Aug 83 247 Striking Back at Graffiti. 
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33 5-15 15 Aug 83 253 Third World Research. Part 1. Where it is published, and how often it is cited. 
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. . Reprint 254 Mapping science in the Third World. Part 1. Garfield, E. Science and Public Policy, 10(3):112-27, June 1983. 
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34 5-16 22 Aug 83 264 Third World Research. Part 2.  High impact journals, most-cited articles and most active areas of research. 
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. . Reprint 265 Mapping science in the Third World. Part 2. Garfield, E. Science and Public Policy, 10(3):112-27, June 1983. 
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35 5-15 29 Aug 83 276 The 1980 Chemistry articles most-cited in 1980-1982. 
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36 5-10 5 Sep 83 287 Cleft lip and palate: Good news, bad news. 
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37 5-12 12 Sep 83 293 Journal Citation Studies. 40.   Anthropology Journals -- What they  cite and what cites them. 
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38 5-15 19 Sep 83 301 The 1981 Articles Most Cited in 1981  and 1982. 1. Life Sciences. 
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39 5-11 26 Sep 83 312 Robert K. Merton -- Author and  Editor. Part 1. 
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. . Reprint 314 Citation measures of the  influence of Robert K. Merton.  Part 1. 
Gieryn T.L., ed. Science and Social Structure: a festschrift for  Robert Merton, New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1980. p.61-74. 
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40 5-15 3 Oct 83 319 Robert K. Merton - Author and Editor. Part 2. 
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. . Reprint 321 Citation Measures of the influence of Robert K. Merton. Part 2. Gieryn T.L., ed. Science and Social Structure: a festschrift for  Robert K. Merton, New York: New  York Academy of Sciences, 1980.p.61-74. 
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41 5-12 10 Oct 83 330 How IFSEA and other editors' associations are helping to professionalize scientific editing. 
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42 5-13 17 Oct 83 338 Is your journal "up front" with your address? or, the saga of the incomplete address. Part 1. 
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43 5-11 24 Oct 83 347 Is your journal "up front" with your address? or, the saga of the incomplete address. Part 2. 
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44 5-13 31 Oct 83 354 How to use Citation Analysis for  faculty evaluations, and when is it relevant? Part 1. 
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45 5-14 7 Nov 83 363 How to use Citation Analysis for  faculty evaluations, and when is it relevant? Part 2. 
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46 5-15 14 Nov 83 373 The 1981 Articles Most Cited in 1981 and 1982. 2. Physical Sciences. 
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47 5-16 21 Nov 83 384 What's in a Name? The eponymic route to immortality. 
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48 5-12 28 Nov 83 396 Child Safety. Part 1. So your  children will not be victims. 
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49 5-13 5 Dec 83 404 Artificial Intelligence: Using computers to think about thinking. Part 1. Representing Knowledge. 
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50 5-13 12 Dec 83 413 The 1982 Nobel Prize in Physics. 
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51 5-11 19 Dec 83 423 Science communication and the continuing mission of ISI Press. 
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52 5-17 26 Dec 83 430  Artificial Intelligence: using computers to think about thinking.  Part 2. Some practical applications of AI. 
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APPENDIX

CC No: CC Pgs. Date  Essays Pg. Title 
. . Reprint  444 The Preparation of Subject-Heading lists by Automatic Punched Card Techniques (Reprinted from J.Doc. 10:1-10,1954). 
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. . Reprint 454 Preliminary Report on the mechanical analysis of information by use of  the 101 Statistical Punched Card  Machine (Reprinted from Amer. Doc. 5:7-12, 1954.) 
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. . Reprint 459 The Preparation of Printed Indexes by
                                   Automatic Punched-Card Techniques    (Reprinted from Amer. Doc.  6:68-76, 1955.) 
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. . Reprint 468 Citation Indexes for Science: A new dimension in documentation through association of ideas (Reprinted
from Science 122:108-11, 1955.) 
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. . Reprint 472 Breaking the Subject Index Barrier --a Citation Index for Chemical Patents (Reprinted from J. Pat.  Off.Soc. 39:583-95, 1957). 
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. . Reprint 485 AMFIS -- The Automatic Microfilm   Information System (With Emik A. Avakian) (Reprinted from Spec. Libr. 48: 145-8, 1957). 
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. . Reprint 489 Chemico-Linguistics: Computer  translation  of chemical
nomenclature (Reprinted from   Nature192:192, 1961). 
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. . Reprint 492 New Factors in the evaluation of  scientific literature through Citation Indexing (With Irving H.  Sher) (Reprinted from  Amer.Doc. 14:195-201, 1963). 
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. . Reprint 499 Citation Indexing: A natural science  literature retrieval system for the Social Sciences (Reprinted from Amer. Behav. Sci 7(10):58-61, 1964). 
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. . Reprint 503 New tools for improving and evaluating the effectiveness of research (with Irving H. Sher) (Reprinted from Yovits MC, Gilford  DM, Wilcox RH, Staveley E & Lemer HD, eds. Proceedings of the Conference on Research Program Effectiveness, 27-29 July 1965, Washington, DC. New York: Gordon and Breach 1966. p. 135-46). 
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. . Reprint 514 ASCA (Automatic Subject Citation  Alert): A new personalized Current Awareness Service for scientists (With Irving H. Sher) (Reprinted from Amer. Behav. 
Sci 10(5):29-32, 1967"). 
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. . Reprint  518 Primordial Concepts, Citation  Indexing, and Historio-Bibliography  (Reprinted from J. Libr. Hist. 
2:235-49, 1967). 
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. . Reprint 533 ISI's Experiences with ASCA -- A Selective dissemination System (With Irving H. Sher) (Reprinted from J. Chem. Doc. 7:147-53, 1967. 
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. . Reprint 540 "World Brain" or "Memex?" Mechanical  and intellectual requirements for Universal Bibliographic Control (Reprinted from The Foundations of Access to Knowledge.Syracuse, NY:  Syracuse University Press. 1968, p. 169-96). 
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. . Reprint 548 Citation Indexes (With Melvin  Weinstock) (Reprinted from  Encyclopedia of Library and  Information Science. New York: Dekker, 1971. Vol 5. p.16-40). 
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. . Reprint 573 Significant Journals of Science  (Reprinted from Nature 264:609-15, 1976). 
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. . Reprint 580 Citation Data as Science Indicators   (With Morton V. Malin and Henry Small) (Reprinted from Elkana Y, 
Lederberg J, Merton RK, Thackray A,  Zuckerman H. eds. Toward a Metric of Science: The Advent of science indicators. New York: Wiley, 1978. p.179-207). 
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. . Reprint 609 2001: An Information Society?  (Reprinted  from J. Inform. Sci 1:209-15, 1979). 
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. . Reprint 616 Current Contents: Its impact  on Scientific Communication (Reprinted from Interdisciplin. Sci. Rev. 4:318-23, 1979.) 
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. . Reprint 623 Is Information Retrieval in the Arts and Humanities Inherently Different from that in Science? The Effect that ISI's Citation Index for the  Arts Humanities is Expected to Have on Future Scholarship(Reprinted from Libr. Quarterly 50:40-57, 1980). 
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. . Reprint 641 Is Information Retrieval in the Arts and Humanities Inherently Different from that in Science? The Effect
that ISI's Citation Index for the Arts Humanities is Expected to Have on Future Scholarship (Reprinted from Libr. Quarterly 50:40-57, 1980). 
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. . Reprint 644 Talking Science (Review of "The foreign language barrier: problems in scientific communication" by J.A.Large) (Reprinted from Nature 303:554, 1983).  (Essays/Vol:6)pdf file available
. . Reprint 645 In Memoriam (a tribute to Derek J.  deSolla  Price) (Reprinted from  Inform. Today, Premiere  issue, November 1983, p. 31. 
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. . . 647 Cited Author Index 
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. . . 663 Subject Index 
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1984

Volume 7

The Awards of Science and Other Essays

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1964
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Pgs. 
Date  Essays 
Pg.
Title 
1 5-8 2 Jan 84  1 Current Contents' New Clothes for a New Year. 
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2 5-11. 9 Jan 84 5 Bringing the National Library of Medicine into the Computer Age: A Tribute to Frank Bradway Rogers.
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3 5-13 16 Jan 84 12 The 1982 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Structural Biologist Aaron Klug.
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4 5-9 23 Jan 84  21 The ASIS Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award for 1983: Ching-chih Chen wins the fourth.
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5 5-15 30 Jan 84 26 Animal Experimentation -- When Do the Ends Justify the Means?
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6 5-12 6 Feb 84 37 A Tribute to S.R. Ranganathan, the Father of Indian Library Science. Part 1. Life and Works.
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7 3-7 13 Feb 84 45 A Tribute to S.R. Ranganathan, the  Father Library Science. 
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8 3-9 20 Feb 84 50 Sci-Mate 1.1: Improved Customer Services and a New Version of the Software for Personal Text Retrieval and Online Searching.
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9 3-9 27 Feb 84 57 Introducing Science Citation Index Abridged Edition: A Professional Quality Search Tool Science Students. 
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10 3-6 5 Mar 84 64 What Does Current Contents Online Mean to You?
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11 3-11 12 Mar 84 68 Journal Citation Studies. 41. Entomology Journals -- What They Cite and What Cites Them.
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12 3-12 19 Mar 84 77 The 1982 Nobel Prize in Medicine Recognizes the Impact of the Prostaglandin Research by S.K. Bergstrom, B.I. Samuelsson, and J.R. Vane.
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13 3-12 26 Mar 84 87 Journal Citation Studies. 42. Analytical Chemistry Journals --
What They Cite and What Cites Them.
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14 3-13 2 Apr 84 97 Social Gerontology. Part 1. Aging   and Intelligence. 
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15 3-7 9 Apr 84 108 The 1982 Nobel Prize for Economic  Science Goes to George J. Stigler   for His Work on Industrial Structure, Markets, the Effects of  Regulation, and the Economics of  Information. 
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16 3-9 16 Apr 84 113 Gabriel Garcia Marquez receives the 1982 Nobel Prize in literature.
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17 3-10 23 Apr 84 120 A Tribute to Miriam Rothschild:   Entomologist Extraordinaire. 
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18 3-12  30 Apr 84 128 Why is the Ancient and Prevalent  Disorder Called Agoraphobia a Neglected Research Topic? 
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19 3-8 7 May 84 138 Latin American Research. Part 1. Where It is Published and How Often It is Cited. 
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20 3-10 14 May 84 144 Latin American Research. Part 2. Most-Cited Articles, Discipline  Orientation, and Research Front Concentration. 
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21 3-14 21 May 84 152 Journal Citation Studies. 43. Astroscience Journals -- What they  cite and what cites them. 
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22 3-13 28 May 84 164 Social Gerontology. Part 2. Demography. The effects of an aging population of society.
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23 3-9 4 Jun 84 175 The 100 Most-Cited Papers Ever (Part  1) and how we select Citation Classics (1961-1982). 
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24 3-8 11 Jun 84 182 The 1984 NAS Award for Excellence in  Scientific Reviewing: E.R. Hilgard receives the sixth award for his  work in psychology.
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25 3-10 18 Jun 84 186 100 Classics from the New England Journal of Medicine.
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26 3-10 25 Jun 84 194 Index Chemicus goes online with graphic access to three million new organic compounds.
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27 3-13 2 Jul 84 202 How to use the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI).
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28 3-7 9 Jul 84 213 A tribute to Derek John de Solla Price: A bold, iconoclastic historian of science.
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29 3-12 16 Jul 84 218 The Articles Most Cited in 1961-1982. 2. Another 100 Citation Classics highlight the technology of science. 
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30 3-6 23 Jul 84 228 Handfast: The joys and frutrations of parenthood.
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. . Reprint 230 Handfast: The trick of children. Sally Tisdale, CoEvolution Quarterly (40):1-2, 1983.
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31 3-10 30 Jul 84 232 The Multidisciplinary Impact of math and computer science is reflected in the 100 Most-Cited Articles in CompuMath Citation Index,  1976-1980. 
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32 3-13 6 Aug 84 240 Anorexia Nervosa: The enigma of   self-starvation. 
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33 3-15 13 Aug 84 251 The 1981 Geoscience Articles Most   Cited from 1981 through 1983. 
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34 3-8 20 Aug 84 264 The 100 most-cited  books in the CompuMath Citation Index 1976-1980.
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35 3-9 27 Aug 84 270 The Articles Most Cited in 1961-1982  3. Another 100 all-time Citation Classics 
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36 3-7 3 Sep 84 277 Cystitis and other urinary tract  infections. Part 1. Etiology
and Epidemiology. 
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37 3-10 10 Sep 84 282 Cystitis and other urinary tract  infections. Part 2. Diagnosis and Treatment.
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38 3-7 17 Sep 84 290 Fine Art Commissioned for ISI's  Caring Center for Children and  Parents. Part 1. Lilli Ann Killen  Rosenberg's "A Celebration  of Working Parents and Their  Children." 
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39 3-13 24 Sep 84 295 100 Classics from The Lancet. 
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40 3-9 1 Oct 84 306 The Articles Most Cited in 1961-1982. 4. 100 Additional    Citation Classics 
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41 3-15 8 Oct 84 313 Introducing the ISI Atlas of Science:  Biotechnology and molecular genetics, 1981/82 and bibliographic update for 1983/84.
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42 3-12 15 Oct 84 326 The articles most cited in 1961-1982. 5. Another 100 Citation Classics and a summary of the 500 papers identified to date.
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43 3-12 22 Oct 84 336 Journal Citation Studies. 44. Citation patterns in nursing journals and their most-cited articles.
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44 3-9 29 Oct 84 346 Scanners ofthe World Unite: You have nothing to lose but Information Overload. 
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. . Reprint 347 Information as a Communicable Disease. Kevin Kelley. CoEvolution 42:98-103, 1984. 
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45 3-15 5 Nov 84 353 1982 Articles Most Cited in 1982 and 1983. 1. Life Sciences. 
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46 3-10 12 Nov 84 366 Twins. Part 1. The Conception, development, and delivery of twins. 
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47 3-13 19 Nov 84 374 101 Citation Classics from Annals of  Internal Medicine. 
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48 3-14 26 Nov 84 385 The 1982 Articles Most Cited in 1982 and 1983. 2. Physical Sciences. 
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49 3-10 3 Dec 84 397 Twins. Part 2. The twin study method in behavioral and clinical research. 
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50 3-17 10 Dec 84 405 The Awards of Science: Beyond the Nobel Prize. Part 2. The winners and their  most-cited papers.
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51 3-12 17 Dec 84 420 The 1983 Nobel Prizes. Part 1. Physics and Chemistry Awards Go to Chandrasekhar, Fowler & Taube. 
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52 3-11 24-31 Dec 84 430 Science Books For Children. 
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 APPENDIX
CC No: CC Pgs. Date  Essays Pg. Title 
. . Reprint 441 Algoriihrn for translating chemical names to molecular formulas (Philadelphia Pa.: Institute for Scientific Information, 1961). 
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. . Reprint 515 Genetics Citation Index: Experimental Citation Indexes to Genetics with Special Emphasis on Human Genetics (With lrving H. Sher) (Philadelphial Pa.: Institute For Scientific Information,1963). 
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Preface - 516
Introduction - 517
Synopsis - 521
. . Reprint 523 Needed -- A Relativistic Theory of Information Science (Reprinted from Automatic and Scientific Communication: Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting of the American Documentatlon Institute, 6-11 October, 1963, Chicago, Ill. ) Part 3, pp. 419-420). 
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. . Reprint 525 "Science Citation Index" -- A Dimension in Indexing (Reprinted from  Science 144:649-654, 1964). 
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. . Reprint  536 Patent Citation Indexing and the notions of  novelty, similarity, and relevance (Reprinted from J. Chem. Doc.6:63-65, 1966). 
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. . Reprint 543 (Education and Training for) Information Retrieval (Reprinted from Science  156:1398-1401, 1967). 
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. . Reprint 546 Permuterm Subject Index: An autobiographical review (Reprinted frorn Amer. Soc. Inform. Sci. 27(5/6): 288-291) 1976). 
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. . . 551 Cited Author Index
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. . . 565 Subject Index
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1985

Volume 8

Ghostwriting and Other Essays

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1985


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Title 
1 3-12    . 7 Jan 85    . 1 Is Shorthand the route to success in  science or anything else? Part  1.  History and Evolution of Stenographic Languages. 
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2 3-13 14 Jan 85 11 Is Shorthand the route to success in  science or anything else? Part  2.  Shorthand Technology -- From Stenotype to Computer-Aided Transcription. 
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3 3-11 21 Jan 85 21 When information overload is too much of a good thing.
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. . Reprint 23 "Too much of a good thing?     Dilemmas of an Information Society."   Donald N. Michael. Technol.  Forecast.  Soc. Change 25:347-54, 1984. 
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4 3-9 28 Jan 85 30 If you think you're ready to search  Online, here's how to use SciSearch. 
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5 3-15 4 Feb 85 37 The 250 most-cited Citation Classics from the essential decade: 1955-1964
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6 3-12 11 Feb 85 50 How to use the Arts & Humanities  Citation Index (A&HCI) and what's in it for you and your mate!
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7 3-10 18 Feb 85 60 The 1983 Nobel Prize. Part 2. Myth or  reality: Premature discovery is not the same as being ignored!  Barbara McClintock and the Prize in Medicine. 
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8 3-11 25 Feb 85 68 The 1983 Nobel Prizes. Part 3. Economics and Literature Awards go to Gerard Debreu and William Golding.
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9 3-12 4 Mar 85 77 Acid Rain. Part 1. What is it and what  does it do?
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10 3-11 11 Mar 85 87 Acid Rain. Part 2.  Public issues and proposed solutions.
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11 3-11 18 Mar 85 96 Journal selection for Current  Contents: Editorial merit vs.   political pressure. 
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12 3-16 25 Mar 85 105 The 1981 Most-Cited Chemistry Papers.  Part 1. Pure and Synthetic Chemistry. Or, should I say, most-cited papers published in 1981 in the Journal of  the American Chemical Society.
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13 3-15 1 Apr 85 119 Allergies are nothing to sneeze at: Part 1. Epidemiology and Etiology. 
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14 3-10 8 Apr 85 132 The articles most cited in the SCI from 1961 to 1982. 6. More Citation Classics to think  about.
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15 3-13 15 Apr 85 140 Allergies are nothing to sneeze at. Part 2. Diagnosis and Treatment.
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16 3-11 22 Apr 85 151 The 1985 NAS Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing goes to Ira  Herskowitz for his Reviews of Phage  Biology. 
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17 3-6 29 Apr 85 160 Pageless documentation: or, what a  difference a page makes. 
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. . Reprint 162 The Implications of pageless  documentation (3:1939-1979). Roy P. Fairfield. Chronical of Higher  Education, p.24, May 5, 1982. 
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18 3-12 6 May 85 164 From Tonic to Psoriasis: Stalking celery's secrets. 
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19 3-15 13 May 85 174 Child Safety. Part 2. What governments are doing about injury prevention. 
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20 3-12 20 May 85 187  The Articles most cited in the SCI from 1961 to 1982. 7. Another 100  Citation Classics: The Watson-Crick Double Helix has its turn.
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21 3-18 27 May 85 197 Journal Citation Studies. 45. Surgery Journals: Another operation in Citation Analysis.
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22 3-12 3 Jun 85 213 Drycleaning. Part 1. The process and its history: From starch to finish. 
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23 3-11 10 Jun 85 223 Drycleaning. Part 2. Commercial history and social impacts: Ironing out some pressing problems.
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24 3-11 17 Jun 85 232 In Tribute to Derek John de Solla Price: A Citation Analysis of  Little Science, Big Science. 
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25 3-9 24 Jun 85 241 George Sarton: The father of the History of Science. Part 1. Sarton's  early life in Belgium. 
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26 3-8 1 Jul 85 248 George Sarton: The father of the History of Science. Part 2. Sarton  shapes a new discipline. 
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27 3-13 8 Jul 85 254 Remembering the Holocaust, Part 1. 
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. . Reprint 256 Men in extreme conditions: Some medical and psychological aspects of  the Auschwitz Concentration  Camp.  Tomas Radil-Weiss. Psychiatry   46:259-269, 1983. 
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28 3-13 15 Jul 85 265 Remembering the Holocaust, Part 2
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. . Reprint 271 Should the Nazi research data  be cited?  Kristine Moe. Hastings  Center Report December, 1984.   Institute of Society, Ethics, and the Life  Sciences, 360 Broadway, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706.
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29 3-11 22 Jul 85 276 Meditation, learning, and creativity. Part 1. The practice and physiologic effects of meditation.
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30 3-10 29 Jul 85 285 Meditation, learning, and creativity. Part 2. Can Meditation Increase Learning Power and Creativity? 
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31 3-11 5 Jul 85 293 When the apes speak, linguists listen. Part 1. The Ape Language Studies. 
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32 3-11 12 Jul 85 302 When the apes speak, linguists listen. Part 2.  What the critics say.
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33 3-11 19 Jul 85 311 The articles most cited in the SCI from 1961 to 1982. 8. Ninety-eight more classic papers from Unimolecular Reaction Velocities to  Natural Opiates: The changing frontiers of science.
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34 3-9 26 Jul 85 320 Origins of Current Contents, ISI, and computer-Aided information  retrieval. How it all began at the Welch Medical Library Indexing Project. 
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35 3-14 2 Sep 85 327 The 1981 most-cited chemistry papers.  Part 2. Highlighting the arbitrary boundaries between chemistry and  physics.
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36 3-11 9 Sep 85 339 Water chlorination. Part 1. Water, water almost everywhere, but is it fit to drink?
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37 3-14 16 Sep 85 348 Water Chlorination. Part 2. Searching  for solutions in troubled waters -- A worldwide perspective. 
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38 3-10 23 Sep 85 360 The integrated SCI-Mate software system.  Part 1. Combining  File Management, Online Access, and  Searching with Manuscript Editing. 
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39 3-13 30 Sep 85 368 Science Goes to the Dogs and Other Tales: up close and personal with cartoonist Sidney Harris. 
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40 3-9 7 Oct 85 379 Information a la carte: Custom Contents and the new ASCA cater to your current-awareness
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41 3-8 14 Oct 85 386 More for Your Money: Technology,   marketing, and hard work help ISI beat inflation and the information  explosion. 
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42 3-13 21 Oct 85 392 Allergies are nothing to sneeze at. Part 3. Behavioral manifestations.
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43 3-9 28 Oct 85 403 Uses and misuses of citation frequency.
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44 3-8 4 Nov 85 410 Contemporary Classics in the life sciences: An autobiographical feast.
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45 3-18 11 Nov 85 416 The 1984 Nobel Prize in Medicine is awarded to Niels K. Jerne, Cesar Milstein, and Georges J.F. Kohler for their contributions to immunology.
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46 3-14 18 Nov 85 432 The 1984 Nobel Prize in Physics goes  to Carlo Rubbia and Simon van der Meer; Bruce Merrifield is awarded the Chemistry Prize. 
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47 3-18 25 Nov 85 444 The 1983 Articles most cited in 1983  and 1984. 1. Life Sciences. 
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48 3-11 2 Dec 85 460 Ghostwriting - The spectrum from ghostwriter to reviewer to editor to co-author.
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49 3-13 9 Dec 85 469 The 1984 Nobel Prizes in Economics and Literature are Awarded to Sir Richard  Stone for Pioneering Systems of National Accounting and to Jaroslav Seifert, the National Poet of   Czechoslovakia.
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50 3-19 16 Dec 85 480 The 1983 articles most cited in 1983 and 1984. 2. Physical Sciences.
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51-52 3-17 23-30 Dec 85 497 The 1982 Chemistry articles most cited, 1982 - 1984. 
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. . . 513 Cited Author Index
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. . . 533 Subject Index
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1986

Towards Scientography

Volume 9


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1 3-10     . 6 Jan  86 1 Journal Citation Studies. 46. PhysicalJournals. Chemistry and Chemical Physics  Part 1. Historical background and global maps. 
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2 3-10 13 Jan 86 9 Journal Citation Studies. 46. Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics Journals. Part 2. Core journals and most-cited papers.
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3 3-12 20 Jan 86 17 Journal Citation Studies. 46. Physical Chemical Physics Journals. Part  3. The evolution of Physical Chemistry to Chemical Physics.
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4 3-8 27 Jan 86 27 Informatics and the future of biomedical education curricula.
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. . Reprint 29 Subgroup report on Medical Information Science skills. Nina Matheson and Donald A.B. Lindberg. J. Med. Educ., 59(11, part 2):155-9, 1984.
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5 3-10 3 Feb 86 33 The loneliness researcher is not so lonely anymore.
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6 3-9 10 Feb 86 41 Retrospective and Current Citation Indexes for Chemistry and other disciplines.
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. . Reprint 42 History of Citation Indexes for Chemistry: A brief review. Eugene Garfield. J. Chem. Info. Comput.Sci., 25, 170-74, 1985.
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7 3-9 17 Feb 86 48 Further reflections on the Poetry-Science connection.
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8 3-12 24 Feb 86 55 The articles Most Cited in the SCI, 1961-1982. 9. More  Contemporary Classics of Science.
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9 3-7 3 Mar 86 65 Schistosomiasis: The scourge of the Third World. Part 1. Etiology.
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10 3-13 10 Mar 86 70 Schistosomiasis: The scourge of the Third World. Part 2. Diagnosis and Treatment.
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11 3-10 17 Mar 86 81 The Integrated SCI-Mate Software System. Part 2. The editor slashes the Gordian Knot of conflicting reference styles.
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12 3-9 24 Mar 86 89 Fluoridation, "Texas Teeth," and the great conspiracy. Part 1. The Issues.
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13 3-9 31 Mar 86 96 Fluoridation, "Texas Teeth," and the great conspiracy. Part 2. The Evidence.
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14 3-11 7 Apr 86 103 Mapping Cholera Research and the impact of  Shambu Nath De of Calcutta.
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15 3-8 14 Apr 86 112 From scribes to secretaries in 5,000 years; From secretaries to information managers in 20.
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16 3-14 21 Apr 86 118 The 1,000 Articles Most Cited in 1961-1982. 10. Another 100 Citation Classics cap the millenary.
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17 3-8 28 Apr 86 130 "Cathedral of Man" by Guillermo Wagner  Granizo: Tiles tell the tale of  human achievements in Science, Information, and Technology. 
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18 3-12 5 May 86 136 Psychoneuroimmunology: A new facet of the Mind-Body dialogue.
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19 3-11 12 May 86 146 The 1986 NAS Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing goes to Virginia L.  Trimble for her reviews in Astronomy and Astrophysics. 
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20 3-12 19 May 86 155 Breast Is Best. Part 1. Merits of mother's milk. 
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21 3-13 26 May 86 165 Breast Is Best. Part 2. Factors affecting
breast-feeding worldwide. 
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22 3-8 2 Jun 86 176 Huichol Art at ISI: "Pilgrimage to  Wirikuta" Emeteria Rios Martinez and "Ninos huicholes" by Lark Lucas. 
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23 3-8 9 Jun 86 182 Do Nobel Prize winners write Citation Classics?
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24 3-11 16 Jun 86 188 Child Care: An tnvestment in the future.  Part 3. Corporate-sponsored Child Care is more than just baby-sitting. 
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25 3-7 23 Jun 86 197 Biomedical Decision-making: Will hospital libraries keep pace - with the Information Age? Part 1. 
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. . Reprint 198 The impact of health information delivery on the quality of patient care: Whither Medical Information Science?Eugene Garfield. Health Libraries Review, 2:159-69, 1985. 
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26 3-3 30 Jun 86 202 Biomedical Decision-making: Will hospital libraries keep pace with the Information Age?  Part 2. 
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 The impact of health information delivery on the quality of patient care: Whither  Medical Information Science? Eugene Garfield. Health Libraries Review,2:159-69, 1985. 
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27 3-8 7 Jul 86 208 ISI's Master List of title words provides a special perspective on science nd scholarly-activity.  Part 1. The lexicography of the Unique Word Dictionary.
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28 3-10 14 Jul 86 214 ISI's Master List of Title Words provides  a special perspective on Science and Scholarly Activity. Part 2. Comparative Etymology of Neologisms and Research Fronts. 
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29 3-6 21 Jul 86 222 Introducing The Scientist: at last, a newspaper for the science professional. 
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30 3-6 28 Jul 86 226 "Woman of the Earth" by Lark Lucas epitomizes the universal female experience. 
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31 3-11 4 Aug 86 230 Refereeing and Peer Review. Part 1. Opinion and conjecture on the effectiveness of refereeing.
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32 3-12 11 Aug 86 239 Refereeing and Peer Review. Part 2. The  research on refereeing and alternatives to the present system.
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33 3-6 18 Aug 86 249 The Scientist: How It All Began. 
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34 3-9 25 Aug 86 253 Hazardous Wastes. Part l. The poisoning   of  our planet. 
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35 3-6 1 Sep 86 260 Fine Art Commissioned for ISI's Caring Center for Children and Parents. Part 2. Colorful Murals by Guillermo Wagner  Granizo and Lark Lucas capture the wonder of childhood. 
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36 3-10 8 Sep 86 264 Hazardous Wastes. Part 2. A problem that cannot be buried. 
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37 3-12 15 Sep 86 272 Wassily Leontief: Pioneer of input-output analysis.
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38 3-13 22 Sep 86 282 The 1985 Nobel Prize in Medicine --  Michael S. Brown and Joseph L. Goldstein have revolutionized our knowledge about cholesterol metabolism and heart disease
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39 3-7 29 Sep 86 293 The Turtle: A Most Ancient Mystery. Part 1. Its Role in Art, Literature, and Mythology. 
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40 3-11 6 Oct 86 298 The Turtle: A Most Ancient Mystery. Part 2. Unanswered research questions. 
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41 3-11 3 Oct 86 307 Franco Modigliani of MIT Wins the 1985 Nobel Prize in Economics; Novelist Claude  Simon of France Receives the Prize for  Literature. 
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42 3-10 20 Oct 86 316 The Metaphor-Science Connection. 
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43 3-14 27 Oct 86 324 Towards Scientography.
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. . Reprint 325 The Geography of Science:  Disciplinary and national mappings. Henry Small and Eugene Garfield. J. Inform. Sci, 11:147-59, 1985. 
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44 3-12 3 Nov 86 336 The 1985 Nobel Chemistry Prize to Jerome Karle and Herbert A. Hauptman and the  Physics Prize to Klaus von Klitzing  Contrast Delayed Versus "Instant"  Recognition.
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45 3-11 10 Nov 86 346 The 250 most-cited primary authors in the1984 SCI. Part 1. Names, Ranks, and Citation Numbers. 
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46 3-13 17 Nov 86 355 The 250 Most-Cited Primary Authors in the 1984 SCI. Part 2. Most-Cited Works, 1955-1985. 
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47 3-17 24 Nov 86 366 The Most-Cited 1984 Physical-Sciences  articles -- high-energy physics dominates. 
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48 3-10 1 Dec 86 381 The 250 Most-Cited Authors in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index,1976-1983. 
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49 3-17 8 Dec 86 389 The Most-Cited 1984 Life-Sciences articles highlight AIDS Research. 
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50 3-11 15 Dec 86 404 Teratology Literature and the Thalidomide  controversy. 
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413 The Most-Cited 1983 Chemistry Articles
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. . . 429 Subject Index
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. . . 437 Cited Author Index.
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1987

Volume 10

Peer Review, Refereeing, Fraud, and Other Essays

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Foreword ix     Heinz Pagels      pdf file available     

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1987


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1 3-8 5 Jan 87   .  1 Launching the ISI Atlas of Science: For the New Year, a new generation of reviews.
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2 309. 12 Jan 87 7 Why are the impacts of the leading medical journals so similar and yet so different? Item-by-item audits reveal item-by-item audits reveal  a diversity of editonal material. 
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, , Reprint 7 Which medical journals have the greatest impact? Eugene Garfield. Am. Intern. Med., 105(2):313-20, 1986. 
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3 3-9 19 Jan 87 14 Taking the hype out of hypnosis and a look at its entrancing use in pain control. 
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4 3-8 26 Jan 87 21 Refereeing and Peer Review. Part 3. How the peer review of research grant proposals works and what scientists say about it. 
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5. 3-9 2 Feb 87 27 Refereeing and Peer Review. Part 4. Research on the peer review of grant proposals and suggestions for improvement. 
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6 3-8 9 Feb 87 34 ISI's Index to Scientific Book Contents: Cataloging composite books chapter by chapter. 
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7 3-12 16 Feb 87 40 The 101 most-cited papers from the British Medical Journal highlight the important role of epidemiology in medicine. 
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8 3-11 23 Feb 97 50 Fifty classics from the Journal of Clinical Investigation: Over 60 years of Nobel-class research. 
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9 3-6 2 Mar 87 59 New compounds and reactions are as close as your PC with the Index Chemicus and Current Chemical Reactions personal database. 
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10 3-9 9 Mar 87 63 Exploring the frontiers of biomedical engineering: An overview of historical and current considerations. 
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11 3- 16 Mar 87 72 Little Science, Big Science. . .and beyond gathers together the major works of Derek de Solla Price. 
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. 4-6 Reprint 73 Little Science, Big Science... and Beyond by Derek de Solla Price. Foreword. Robert K. Merton and Eugene Garfield. Little Science, Big Science  ... and Beyond,  Columbia University Press, 1986. (Essays/Vol:10) pdf file available
12 3-8 23 Mar 87 76 Science-Writing Awards: Recognition and reward for promoting public understanding and Awareness of Science. 
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13 3-7 30 Mar 87 83 International collaboration helps establish ISI Reactions Club: Current Chemical Reactions in-house database is catalys to research creativity. 
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14 3-7 6 Apr 87 88 What do we know about fraud and other forms of intellectual dishonesty in science? Part 1. The spectrum of deviant behavior in science. 
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15 3-10 13 Apr 87 93 What do we know about fraud and other forms of intellectual dishonesty in Science? Part 2. Why does fraud happen  and what Are its effects? 
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16 3-8 20 Apr 87 101 A different sort of Great-Books list: The 50 twentieth century works most cited in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index, 1976-1983. 
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17 3-9 27 Apr 87 106 Stanley Cohen's and Rita Levi-Montalcini's discoveries of growth factors lead to 1986 Nobel in medicine. 
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18 3-9 4 May 87 113 Reviewing review literature. Part 1. Definitions and uses of reviews. 
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19 3-9 11 May 87 117 Reviewing review literature. Part 2. The place of reviews in the science literature 
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20 3-8 18 May 87 123 What's in a cumulation?  The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. 
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21 3-8 25 May 87 131 The Bicentennial of the US Constitution: The American Philosophical Society and the role of scholarship in the creation of the US Republic. 
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. 9-10 Reprint 136 We the People 200 is part of Philadelphia's celebration of the constitution's bicentennial. 
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22 3-8 1 Jun 87 138 Vartan Gregorian, Charisma, and new technology combine to revitalize the New York Public Library. 
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23 3-11 8 Jun 87 143 Investigations of Chemical Reactions lead to 1986 Nobel in Chemistry for John C. Polanyi, Dudley R. Herschbach,  and Yuan T. Lee; In Physics, Ernst Ruska, Gerd Binning, and Heinrich  Rohrer Share Prize for advances in  microscopy. 
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24 3-9 15 Jun 87 152 Public-choice theory brings James M. Buchanan the 1986 Nobel Prize in economics; Nigerial poet and playwright Wole Soyiria awarded the literature prize. 
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25 3-7 22 Jun 87 159 The 1987 National Academy of Sciences Award for scientific reviewing goes to Gardner Lindzey for reviews in social psychology, personality psychology, and behavioral genetics. 
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26 3-7 29 Jun 87 164 The 170 surviving journals that CC would have covered 100 years ago. 
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27 3-7 6 Jul 87 174 The crime of pun-ishment. 
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28 3-13 13 Jul 87 179 Ninety-one Citation Classics from the Journal of Experimental Medicine. 
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29 3-8 20 Jul 87 190 Enology. Part 1. Fortifying an ancient art with modern science. 
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30 3-11 27 Jul 87 196 Enology. Part 2. How modern research uncorks the secrets of wine: UC Davis and Bordeaux's Enology Institute lead the way. 
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31 3- 3 Aug 87 205 Citation Classics from JAMA: How to choose landmark papers when your memory needs jogging. 
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. 4-15 Reprint  206 Classics from the Journal of the American Medical Association. Eugene Garfield. Journal of the American Medical Association, 257(1), 52-9, 1987. 
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32 3- 10 Aug 87 218 Science Revisited: Another centenary of Citation Classics. 
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33 4-10 17 Aug 87 229 Research and dedicated mentors nourish science careers at undergraduate institutions. 
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34 3-8 24 Aug 87 236 To recognize and encourage excellence: ISI-sponsored awards. Part 1. Professional Awards. 
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35 3-7 31 Aug 87 242 To recognize and encourage excellence: ISI-sponsored awards. Part 2. Fellowships and lecture programs. 
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36 3-11 7 Sep 87 247 Classic papers from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  Part 1. Each year's most-cited paper, 1955-1964 - and then some. 
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37 3-9 14 Sep 87 256 Classic papers from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Part 2. Absolutely, the 50 most-cited -- almost. 
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38 3-4 21 Sep 87 263 Prestige versus impact: Established images of journals, like institutions, are resistant to change. 
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. 5-11 Reprint 265 Accrediting Knowledge: Journal stature and citation impact in social science. James A. Christenson and Lee Sigelman. Social Science Quarterly, Vol:66, #4, December 1985. 
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39 3-12 28 Sep 87 272 The anomie-deviant behavior connection: The theories of Durkheim, Merton, and Srole. 
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40 3-13 5 Oct 87 282 Citation Classics in plant sciences and their impct on current research. 
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41 3-12 12 Oct 87 293 The most-cited 1985 life-sciences articles highlight signal transduction atrial natriuretic factor, and AIDS research. 
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42 3-9 19 Oct 87 303 MicroWorks: ISI's new educational program prepares your child for the information society. 
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43 3-11 26 Oct 87 310
The 1983 articles most cited in the SSCI, 1983- 1985. Part 1. Fifty-three  papers highlight studies of law, nuclear winter, and eating disorders. 
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44 3-11 2 Nov 87 319 The 1983 articles most cited in the SSCI 1983- 1985. Part 2. From anthropology to urban studies: A second group of papers represents 30 of the SSCI subject categories, including sociology, education, and public health. 
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45 3-11 9 Nov 87 328 The most-cited 1985 physical-sciences articles: Some knots in superstrings untied and quasicrystals not so quasi anymore. 
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46 3-9 16 Nov 87 342 Is Japanese science a juggernaut? 
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47 3-14 23 Nov 87 349 Mapping the world of nutrition: Citation analysis helps digest the menu of current research. 
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48 3-11 30 Nov 87 361 Journal Citation Studies. 47. Which oceanography journals make the biggest waves? 
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49 3-5 7 Dec 87 370 Some deviant behavior in science has nothing at all to do with fraud. 
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50 3-9 14 Dec 87 373 Current Contents search: New online version of Current Contents expands your coverage and retrieval options. 
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51-52 3-9 21-28 Dec 87 380 The R&D Mission at ISI: Basic and applied research, for us and for you. 
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. . . 387-480 Cited Author Index for Volumes 1-10 (94 pages)
. . . 481-561 Subject Index for Volumes 1-10 (81 pages)


Essays of an Information Scientist:1988
Volume 11

Science Literacy, Policy, Evaluation, and Other Essays

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 Foreword ix       Baruch S. Blumberg pdf file available
 Preface    xiii     Eugene Garfield        pdf file available


1988


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1 3-9 4 Jan 88 1 Chronobiology: An internal clock for all seasons. Part 1. The development of the science of biological rhythms.
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2 3-9 11 Jan 88 7 Chronobiology: An internal clock for all seasons. Part 2: Current research on Seasonal Affective Disorder and phototherapy.
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3 3-8 18 Jan 88 14 The enduring legacy of Sir Henry Wellcome - pharmaceutical entrepreneur, philanthropist and collector extraordinaire.
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4 3-11 25 Jan 88 20 New tools for studying the history of science.
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. . Reprint 21 The paper trails of scholarship: Mapping the literature of genetics. Katherine W. McCain. Library Quarterly 56:258-71, 1986.
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5 3-12 1 Feb 88 29 Research in immunotherapy are taking the bite out of venom.
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6 3-13 8 Feb 88 39 Ozone-layer depletion: Its consequences, the causal debate, and international cooperation.
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7 3-8 15 Feb 88 50 The encyclopedic ISI Atlas of Science, launches three new sections: Biochemistry, Immunology, and Animal and Plant Sciences.
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8 3-5 22 Feb 88 56 The International School of Professional 
Ethics; or how to succeed in science without really trying.
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9 3-11 29 Feb 88 59 All sorts of warts - separating fact from fiction. Part 1. Etiology, biology and research milestones.
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10 3-9 7 Mar 88 68 All sorts of warts - separating fact from fiction. Part 2. Treatment, spontaneous regression, and key publications.
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11 3-12 14 Mar 88 75 Journal Citation Studies. 48. Developmental Biology journals: Citation analysis demonstrates the multidisciplinary nature f modern embryology.
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12 3-12 21 Mar 88 85 Update on the most-cited papers in the SCI, 1955-1986. Part 1. Highlighting another Citation Classic.
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13 3-10 28 Mar 88 95 Update on the most-cited papers in the SCI, 1955-1986. Part 2. Sixty years of research, from insecticides to AIDS.
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14 3-10 4 Apr 88 103 Citation analysis highlights the key role in antibody diversity research played by Susumu Tonegawa, the 1987 Nobel Laureate in Medicine.
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15 3-9 11 Apr 88 111 Work on molecules that mimic biological processes leads to 1987 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Jean-Marie Lehn, Charles J.Pedersen, and Donald J. Cram.
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16 3-7 18 Apr 88 118 Supporting scientist-colleagues in the Third World is in our own best interest.
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, , Reprint 119 How to boost Third World science. Eugene Garfield, The Scientist, 1(14):9, June 1, 1987.
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. . Reprint 121 World Bank boosts Brazilian science. Eugene Garfield, The Scientist, 2(3):9, February 8, 1988.
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17 3-8 25 Apr 88 123 Theory of Technology's role in economic growth brings MIT's Robert M. Solow the 1987 Nobel Prize in economic sciences.
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18 3-11 2 May 88 129 The 1987 Nobel Prize in Physics: Citations to K.A. Muller and J.G. Bednorz's seminal work mirror developments in superconductivity.
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19 3-7 9 May 88 138 Sleep deprivation in the practice of medicine: Is it necessary?
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. . Reprint 141 Sleep deprivation in physician training. Emanuel E. Garcia, New York State Journal of Medicine, 87(12):637-8, December 1987.
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20 3-9 16 May 88 143 Nothing to snooze at: Exploring the mysteries of hibernation.
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21 3-12 23 May 88 150 Midwifery: Alternative care for pregnancy and childbirth.
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22 3-13 30 May 88 160 Announcing the SCI compact disc edition: CD-ROM gigabyte storage technology, novel software, and bibliographic coupling make desktop research and discovery reality.
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23 3-11 6 June 88 171 French research: Citation analysis indicates trends are more than just a slip of the tongue.
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24 3-17 13 June 88 180 The impact of basic research in genetic recombination - a personal account by Joshua Lederberg. Part 1.  The search for a sexual stage in bacteria.
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. . Reprint 181 Genetic recombination in bacteria: A discovery account.  Joshua Lederberg, Annual Review of Genetics, Vol:21, 23-46, 1987.
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25 3-14 20 June 88 195 The impact of basic research in genetic recombination - A personal account by Joshua Lederberg. Part 2. A discovery recounted and evaluated.
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. . Reprint 196 Genetic recombination in bacteria: A discovery account. Joshua Lederberg. Annual Review of Genetics, Vol:21, 23-46, 1987.
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26 3-14 27 June 88 207 More than a mere physical attraction: The 100 most-cited papers from the reviews of modern physics.
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27 3-10 4 July 88 219 The new 1945-1954 SCI cumulation provides unique access to the crucial postware decade of scientific and technological achievement.
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28 3-15 11 July 88 227 Journal Citation Studies. 49. The diverse yet essential nutrients in the information diet of nutrition researchers.
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29 3-7 18 July 88 240 Science Advocacy: The public has a need to know and understand.
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. . Reprint 241 The cost of a fortress science mentality. Eugene Garfield, The Scientist, 2(1):9,  January 11, 1988.
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. . Reprint 242 A handbook for activist scientists. Eugene Garfield. The Scientist, 2(4):7, February 22, 1988.
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30 3-9 25 July 88 244 Measuring R&D productivity through scientometrics.
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. . Reprint  246 Firm and industry characteristics influencing publications of scientists in large American companies. Michael Halperin nd Alok K. Chakrabarti. RD Management, 17:167-73, 1987.
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31 3-9 1 Aug 88 251 Science Literacy. Part 1. What is science literacy and why is it important?
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32 3-11 8 Aug 88 258 Science Literacy. Part 2. Major research areas and recommendations for the future.
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33 3-7 15 Aug 88 267 We invite you to try ASCA, the "ultimate research assistant."
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34 3-7 22 Aug 88 272 Is the American science press provincial?
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. . Reprint 277 Europe as Third World: U.S. perceptions of continental science. Francoise Harrois-Monin. J. Inform. Sci. 13:307-11, 1987.
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35 3-11 29 Aug 88 281 Mapping the world of epidemiology. Part 1. The disease detectives.
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36 3-8 5 Sep 88 290 Mapping the word of epidemiology. Part 2. The techniques of tracking dow disease.
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37 3- 12 Sep 88 296 The impact of citation counts - A U.K. perspective.
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. . Reprint 296 The impact of citation counts. Eugene Garfield. Times Higher Education Supplement, p.12, July 15, 1988
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38 3-14 19 Sep  88 299 The most-cited 1984 chemistry articles, 1984-1986: Organic superconductors and a potpourri of chirality, fractals, and smog.
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39 3-8 26 Sep 88 311 Introducing Current Contents on diskette: Electronic browsing comes of age.
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40 3-10 3 Oct 88 317 Of sea snails and science reviews  Neurobiologist Eric R. Kandel receives the 1988 NAS Award for  Excellence in Scientific Reviewing.
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41 3-12 10 Oct 88 325 Noninvasive Medicine. Part 1. No more needles, fear, or pain. 
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42 3-11 17 Oct 88 335 Noninvasive Medicine. Part 2. Newer diagnostic technologies.
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43 3-12 24 Oct 88 344 Noninvasive Medicine. Part 3. Newer therapeutic procedures.
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44 3-12 31 Oct 88 354 Can researchers bank on Citation Analysis?
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. . Reprint 356 What is a citation worth? Arthur M. Diamond, Jr. J. Hum. Resources, 21:200-15, 1986.
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45 3-6 7 Nov 88 364 Journal proliferation and the popular press. A response.
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. . Reprint 366 Too many journals? Nonsense! Eugene Garfield. The Scientist,  2(5): 11, March 7, 1988.
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46 3-9 14 Nov 88 368 Information technology and the social sciences.
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. . Reprint 369 Mapping the Social Sciences: The contribution of technology to information retrieval. Eugene Garfield, Robert Kimberley, and David A. Pendelbury. (Plant R,Gregory F & Brier A, eds) Information Technology: The Public Issues, p.129-41, Manchester University Press, Manchester, U.K.,1988.
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47 3-10 21 Nov 88 375 Science/Technology Policy. Part 1. Will the real science policy please stand up? Forays into the history and realm of science decision making.
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48 3-13 28 Nov 88 383 The 1985 chemistry articles most cited in 1985-1987: Quantum   Mechanics, Superconductivity, and ...Buckminster Fuller?
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49 3-9 5 Dec 88 394 Current Contents on diskette for the IBM PC: on a screen near you, electronic browsing, searching, and retrieval and expanded coverage. 
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50 3-16 12 Dec 88 401 The Most-Cited 1986 Life Sciences articles highlight cell-surface receptors, tumor necrosis factor, and AIDS research.
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51-52 3-13 19-26 Dec 88 415 Science/Technology Policy. Part  2. International Perspectives.
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. . . 425  Cited Author Index
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. . . 441 Subject Index.
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1989

Volume 12

Creativity, Delayed Recognition, and Other Essays

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1 3-3 2 Jan 89 . 1 Journal Citation Studies. 50. Part 1. 
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2 The Core Journals of Economics. 
Arthur M. Diamond, Jr. 
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2 3-8 9 Jan 89. 10 Journal Citation Studies. 50. Part 2. 
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10 Most-Cited Economics Papers and Current Research Fronts. Arthur M. Diamond, Jr. 
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3 3-10 16 Jan 89 16 Postmature Scientific Discovery and the Sexual Recombination of Bacteria--The Shared Perspectives of a Scientist and a Sociologist. 
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. . Reprint 17 Gene Recombination in Eschericia Coli. Joshua Lederberg and E. L. Tatum. Nature, Vol:158, p.558, 1946. 
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. . Reprint 18 Postmature Scientific Discovery? Harriet Zuckerman and Joshua Lederberg. Nature, Vol:324, p.629-31,1986. 
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4 3-8 23 Jan 89 24 Humor in Science: The Lewis Carroll Connection. 
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. . Reprint 26 The Debt of Humour in Science to Lewis Carroll. Rudolf Schmid. Jabberwocky: J.Lewis Carroll Soc. 14: 53-9, Summer 1985. 
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5 3-8 30 Jan 89 30 Citation Classics and Citation Behavior Revisited. 
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6 3-14 6 Feb 89 36 The Most-Cited 1986 Physical- Sciences Articles: Ozone, Comet Halley, and Continued Interest in Superstrings and Superconductivity. 
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7 3-8 13 Feb 89 48 Current Contents/Health Services Administration: A New ISI Cooperative Venture with the American Hospital Association. 
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8 1-10 20 Feb 89 54 Art and Science. Part 1. The Art-Science Connection. 
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9 3-8 27 Feb 89 62 Art and Science. Part 2. Science for Art's Sake. 
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10 3-5 6 Mar 89 68 How Rudy Wiedoeft's Saxophobia Launched the Saxual Revolution. 
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. . Reprint 71 The Legacy of Rudy Wiedoeft. Ted Hegvik. [A modified transcript of a performance by Ted Hegvik on videocassette. 1978] Ted Hegvik, saxophone & Ferde Malenke, piano. Robbinsville, NJ: Crest Music, CRS-4155. (Audio Cassette). 
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11 3-10 13 Mar 89 74 Lupus. Part 1. "When Your Body Attacks Itself, There's No Place to Hide." 
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12 3-8 20 Mar 89 82 Lupus. Part 2. How Current Research is Unmasking the Great Imitator. 
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13 3-7 27 Mar 89 88 Citation Perspective on Jacques Benveniste--Dew Process at Last? 
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14 3-10 Apr 89 93 Evaluating Research: Do Bibliometric Indicators Provide the Best Measures? 
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. . Guest Essay 94 A Review of Bibliometric and Other Indicators and Their Role In Research Evaluation. Jean King. 
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15 3-10 10 Apr 89 101 The 102 Most-Cited Life- Sciences Publications in the New 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Part 1. 
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. . Guest Essay 102 Titles, Journals, and Research Fronts. Bernard Dixon. 
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16 3-10 17 Apr 89 109 The 102 Most-Cited Life-Sciences Publications in the New 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Part 2. 
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. . Guest Essay 109 Wonder Drugs, Cell Biochemistry, Separation Techniques Highlight Major Trends of Post-World War II Decade. Bernard Dixon. 
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17 3-9 24 Apr 89 117 The 1989 NAS Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing Goes to Sidney Coleman for His Reviews in Theoretical Physics. 
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18 3-8 1 May 89 123 Citation Behavior--An Aid or a Hindrance to Information Retrieval? 
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19 3-13 8 May 89 129 Journal Citation Studies. 51. Down to the Sea Again: Probing the Depths of Marine Biology Literature. 
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. . Reprint 130 Documenting the Literature of Marine Biology. Elizabeth Fuseler-McDowell. Proceedings of the International Association of Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers, October 4, 1988, Miami, FL. 
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20 3-4 15 May 89 140 Turning Kids On to Science: The Parent-Teacher-Media-Government Connection. 
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. . Reprint 141 Long-Term Strategies for Improving Science Education. Eugene Garfield. Paper delivered at National Commission on Excellence in Education: A Nation at Risk. Washington, DC., 1986. 
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21 3-5 22 May 89 145 AIDS and Beyond: Living with the Inevitability of Virulent Disease. 
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. . Reprint 145 Medical Science, Infectious Disease, and the Unity of Humankind. Joshua Lederberg. Journal of the American Medical Association, 260(5):684-5 1988. 
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22 3-8 29 May 89 148 The 1988 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to Johann Deisenhofer, Robert Huber, and Hartmut Michel for Elucidating Photosynthetic Processes. 
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23 3-9 5 Jun 89 154 Delayed Recognition in Scientific Discovery: Citation Frequency Analysis Aids the Search for Case Histories. 
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24 3-7 12 Jun 89 161 That Way Lies MAD-ness: Carl Djerassi Confronts His Past. 
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. . Reprint 162 The Quest for Alfred E. Neuman. Carl Djerassi. Grand Street, 8:167-74, 1988. 
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25 3-14 19 Jun 89 166 Manfred Kochen: In Memory of an Information Scientist Pioneer qua World Brain-ist. 
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. . Reprint 170 How Well Do We Acknowledge Intellectual Debts? Manfred Kochen. J. Doc.,43:54-64, 1987. 
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26 3-9 26 Jun 178 Ownership Rights in Science: Harriet A. Zuckerman on Evolving Norms of Intellectual Property. 
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. . Reprint 179 Introduction: Intellectual Property and Diverse Rights of Ownership in Science. Harriet A. Zuckerman. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 13(1&2), p.7-16, 1988. 
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27 3-6 3 Jul 89 185 Self-Promotion in Science: Too Much, Too Soon for "Cold Fusion." 
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. . Reprint 187 Is There Room in Science for Self-Promotion? Eugene Garfield. The Scientist, 1(27):9, December 14, 1987. 
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28 3-6 10 Jul 89 189 Can a Science Court Settle Controversies Between Scientists? 
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. . Reprint 191 Contemplating a Science Court: On the Question of Institutionalizing Scientific Factfinding.Eugene Garfield. The Scientist, 1(6):9, 29, February 9, 1987. 
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29 3-10 17 Jul 89 193 Belver C. Griffith on the Puzzling Possibilities of Derek Price's Scientometric Models. 
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. . Reprint 195 Derek Price's Puzzles: Numerical Metaphors for the Operation of Science. Belver C. Griffith. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 13(3&4), p.351-60, 1988. 
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30 3-13 24 Jul 89 201 The 1988 Nobel Prize in Medicine: Sir James W. Black, Gertrude B. Elion and George H. Hitchings Ennoble Pharmaceutical Research. 
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31 306 31 Jul  89 212 Requiring Standards for Scientific Journals Has Come of Age. 
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. . Reprint 214 Make Scientific Journals More Responsive--And Responsible. Andrew Herxheimer. The Scientist, 3(6):9, 11, March 20, 1989. 
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32 3-9 7 Aug 89 216 The 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics: Melvin Schwartz, Leon Lederman, Jack Steinberger, and the Story of Two Neutrinos. 
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33 3- 14 Aug 89 223 In Honor of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Guardian of the Everglades. 
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34 3-11 21 Aug 89 229 Linus Pauling: An Appreciation of a World Citizen-Scientist and Citation Laureate. 
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. . Reprint 237 In Tribute to Linus Pauling: A Citation Laureate. Eugene Garfield. The Scientist, 3(2):10, January 23, 1989. 
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35 3-15 28 Aug 89 238 Citation and Social Behavior: Raymond G. McInnis and Dal Symes Explore David Riesman's The Lonely Crowd. 
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. . Reprint 240 David Riesman and the Concept of Bibliographic Citation. Raymond G. McInnis and Dal Symes. College & Research Libraries 49:387-99, 1988. 
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36 3-7 4 Sep 89 251 From Information Scientist to Science Critic. 
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. . Reprint 252 The Role of Information Scientists. Eugene Garfield. The Scientist, 1(22):9, October 5, 1987. 
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37 3-10 11 Sep 89 256 Expanding the Searching Power of CD-ROM: ISI's New Social Sciences Citation Index Compact Disc Edition Is Compatible with the Science Citation Index on Compact Disc; New Software Streamlines Searching. 
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38 308 18 Sep 89 264 More Delayed Recognition. Part 1. Examples from the Genetics of Color Blindness, the Entropy of Short-Term Memory, Phosphoinositides, and Polymer Rheology. 
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. . . 267 Three Letters from Current Contents Readers on Delayed Recognition. 
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39 3-6 25 Sep 89 270 Mister Rogers on the Roots of Nurturing and the Untapped Role of Men in Professional Child Care. 
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. . Reprint 271 Mr. Rogers on Men In Child Care. Fred Rogers. ChildCare ActioNews, 6(4):1; 6-7, July- August, 1989. 
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40 3-9 2 Oct 89 274 The 1988 Nobel Prize in Economics Honors Maurice Allais of France; Literature Prize goes to Egyptian Novelist Naguib Mahfouz. 
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41 2-8 9 Oct 89 281 The New 1956-1965 Social Sciences Citation Index. Part 1. Analysis of 1988 Research Fronts and the Citation Classics that Made Them Possible. 
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42 3-11 16 Oct 89 287 Current Contents on Diskette: New Software for the Macintosh and Japanese NEC Computers; Journal Coverage Extended to CC/Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences and CC/Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences--2,800 Journals and Still Growing. 
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43 3-7 23 Oct 89 296 Creativity and Science. Part 1. What Makes a Person Creative? 
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44 3-15 30 Oct 89 301 Journal Citation Studies. 52. 
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. . Guest Essay  302  Acoustic Journals and Acoustic Research Activities. A. E. Cawkell. 
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45 3-9 6 Nov 89 314 Creativity and Science. Part 2. The Process of Scientific Discovery. 
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46 3-11 13 Nov 89. 321 A Tribute to Eli and Lee Robins -- Citation Superstars. A Citationist Perspective on Biological Psychiatry. 
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47 3-7 10 Nov 89  330 Cantor's Dilemma by Carl Djerassi:Through Fiction, the Real World of Science. 
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48 3-12 27 Nov  89  335 Joshua Lederberg on the Nature of Scientific Progress. 
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. . Reprint 336 Does Scientific Progress Come from Projects or People? Joshua Lederberg. Address to the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, Washington, DC, November 9, 1987. 
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49 3-8 4 Dec 89 345 Lyme Disease Research Uncovers a Case of Delayed Recognition: Arvid Afzelius and His Successors. 
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. . Reprint 351 Afzelius's Disease--Or Is It Lyme? Bjorn Afzelius. 
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50 3-9 11 Dec 89 352 Beyond the Two Cultures: William H. Kruskal on the Importance of Cross- Disciplinary Research. 
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. . Reprint 354 The N Cultures. William H. Kruskal, Bureau of the Cenus -- 4th Annual Research Conference Proceedings, March p.231-237, 1955. 
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51-52 3-8 18-25 Dec 89 359 Is Science Only for the Young? Ray Over Examines Age and Impact in Psychology Journals. 
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. . Reprint 361 Age and Scholarly Impact. Ray Over. Psychol. Aging, Vol4, p.222, 1989. 
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. . . 365 Cited Author Index 
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. . . 375 Subject Index 
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1990

Volume 13

Journalology, KeyWords Plus, and Other Essays

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1 3-10 1 Jan 90    .  1 Wither psychiatry? Z.J;. Lipowski on the importance of a mind-body approach.
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. . Reprint 2 Psychiatry: Mindless or  Brainless, both or neither?
Z.J. Lipowski. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 34(3):249-54, 1989.
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2 3-12 8 Jan 90 9 Michael J. Moravcsik: Multidimensional scholar and hero of Third World science. Eugene Garfield and Henry Small.
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. . Reprint 13 The Limits of Science and the Scientific Method.  Michael J.Moravcsik. Research Policy, 17(5): 293-9, 1988.
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3 3-8 15 Jan 90 19 Stephen P. Lock on "Journalology."
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. . Reprint 21 "Journalology":  Are the quotes  needed? Stephen P. Lock. CBE Views 12(4):57-9, 1989. 
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4 3-6 22 Jan 90 25 Announcing Science Watch: A unique  newsletter tracking trends and performance in scientific research. 
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5 3-5 29 Jan 90 29 Scientific Biography - Contemporary reflections on the excitement and fascination of science.
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. . Reprint 31 Introduction:  Reflections on Scientific Biography.  Joshua Lederberg. The Excitement and  Fascination of Science, Vol:3, Part 1, 1990.
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6 3-9 5 Feb 90 38 Did C.P. Snow have it right?  David Mosey's assessment of the two cultures.
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. . Reprint 40 The Affair of Two Cultural Corridors. David Mosey. Canadian Nuclear Society Bulletin, 10(1):11-4, 1989. 
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7 3-14 12 Feb 90 45 The most-cited papers of all time, SCI 1945-1988. Part 1A. The SCI top 100 -- Will the Lowry method every be obliterated?
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8 3-13 19 Feb 90 57 The most-cited papers of all time, SCI 1945-1988. Part 1B. Superstars new to the SCI top 100.
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9 3-9 26 Feb 90 68 More delayed recognition. Part 2. From inhibin to scanning electron microscopy.
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10 3-10 5 Mar 90 75 Science and emotion are compatible: A tribute to Robert L. and Lillian H. Brent!
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. . Reprint 79 Medicine: An excuse from living. Robert L. Brent and Lillian H. Brent. Resident & Staff Physician, 24(12):61-5, 1978.
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11 3-7 12 Mar 90 83 Who will win the Nobel Prize in Economics? Here's a forecast based on Citation Indicators.
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12 3-9 19 Mar 90 88 The impact of fraudulent research: A citation perspective on the Breuning Case.
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. . Reprint 90 The Impact of Fraudulent Research on the Scientific Literature:  The Stephen E. Breuning Case.  Eugene Garfield and Alfred  Welljams-Dorof. Journal of the American Medical Association, 263(10):1424-1426, March 9, 1990. 
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13 3-4 26 Mar 90 95 On the science of learning: Herbert J. Walberg examines the literature of educational psychology.
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. . Guest Essay 97 Educational Psychology: Core journals, research fronts, and highly cited papers. Herbert J. Walberg.
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14 3-9 2 Apr 90 107 Focus On: Global change -- a new current-awareness service tracking the health of planet earth.
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15 3-13 9 Apr 90 114 Animal rights and wrongs: An ethical view of animal experimentation from Graham Mitchell.
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. . Reprint 117 Guarding the middle ground: The ethics of experiments on animals. Graham Mitchell. S. Afr. J. Science, 85:285-8, May 1989.
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16 3-10 16 Apr 90 125 The 1989 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine is awarded to J. Michael Bishop and Harold E. Varmus for their contribution to cancer research.
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17 3-3 23 Apr 90 133 The 1987 life-sciences articles most cited in 1987 and 1988.
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. . Guest Essay 134 Cell signaling.  The immune response, the genetic basis of cancer, and efforts to pinpoint the genes for Alzheimer's disease, cystic fibrosis, and manic-depressive illness re highlighted in 1987 life-sciences research. Bernard Dixon.
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18 3-14 30 Apr 90 149 The most-cited 1987 physical-sciences articles: superconductivity supersedes superstrings.
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19 3-7 7 May 90 161 The 1990 NAS Award for Excellence in Scientific Reviewing goes to James N. Spuhler for reviews in cultural and biological anthropology.
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20 5-6 14 May 90 166 The most-cited physical-sciences publications in the 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Part 1. Fifty-two Citation Classics in physics and chemistry.
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. . Guest Essay 168 The most-cited physical-science publications in the 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Stephen G. Brush.
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21 3-8 21 May 90 179 D.W. Beaven on the dangers of alternative medicine.
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. . Reprint 182 Viewpoint: Alternative medicine a cruel hoax - your money or your life?  D.W. Beaven. N.Z. Medical Journal, 102:416-7, 1989
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22 5-13 28 May 90 185 How ISI selects journals for coverage: Quantitative and qualitative consideration.
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23 3-10 4 Jun 90 194 A publisher's perspective on launching new journals.
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. . Reprint 196 New journal decision making. Janet D. Bailey. College Research Libraries, 50:354-9, 1989.
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24 5-8 11 Jun 90 202 The Russians are coming! Part 1. The red-hot 100 Soviet scientists, 1973-1988.
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25 3-13 18 Jun 90 216 The Russians are coming! Part 2. The top 50 soviet papers most cited in the 1973-1988 Science Citation Index and a look at 1988 research fronts.
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26 5-17 25 Jun 90 227 The most-cited papers of all time, SCI 1945-1988. Part 2. The second 100 Citation Classics.
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27 5-17 2 Jul 90 240 Stopping to think, and other strategies for promoting scientific creativity.
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242 A guide to increased creativity in research -- inspiration or perspiration? Craig Loehle. BioScience, 40(2):123-9, 1990.
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28 5-7 9 Jul 90 253 A tribute to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on its 100th birthday. Jan A. Witkowski reviews its history and the highest impact symposia publications.
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. . Guest Essays 255 The 51 most-cited articles in the Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on quantitative biology. Jan. A. Witkowski.
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. . Guest Essay 255 The 51 most-cited articles in the Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on quantitative biology. Jan A. Witkowski.
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29 5-12 16 Jul 90  266 The 1989 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Sidney Altman and Thomas R. Cech for the discovery of enzymatic RNA.
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30 5-10 23 Jul 90 274 All the information you used to ASCA for:  We invite you to try Research Alert.
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31 3-17 30 Jul 90 280 The languages of science revisited: English (only) spoken here?
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. . Reprint 282 Language use in international research: A citation analysis. Eugene Garfield and Alfred Welljams-Dorof. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 511:10-24, September 1990.
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32 . 6 Aug 90 295 KeyWords Plus: ISI's breakthrough retrieval method. Part 1. Expanding your searching power on Current Contents on Diskette.
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33 5-9 13 Aug 90 300 KeyWords Plus takes you beyond title words. Part 2. Expanded journal coverage for Current Contents on Diskette includes social and behavioral sciences.
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34 3-13 20 Aug 90 305 The most-cited papers of all time, SCI 1945-1988. Part 3. Another 100 from the Citation Classics hall of fame.
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35 3-13 27 Aug 90 316 Of atomic clocks, ion traps, and quantum leaps: The 1989 Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded to Norman F. Ramsey, Wolfgang Paul, and Hans G. Dehmelt.
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36 5-6 3 Sep 90 327 Journal Citation Studies 52. The multifaceted structure of crystallography research.  Part 1.Core Journals, high impact papers, and current .research fronts.
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. . Reprint 328 "International Crystallography Research: Where it is published, what it cites, and what cites it."  Eugene Garfield
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37 . 10 Sep 90 337 Journal Citation Studies 52. The multi-faceted structure of  crystallography research. Part 2.  A global perspective.
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38 . 17 Sep 90 346 A tribute to Joshua Lederberg: Highlights of a remarkable scientific career.
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. . Reprint 348 Report on the President Judith N. Schwartz.  The Rockefeller University Research Profiles, p.6, Spring 1990.
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39 . 24 Sep 90 353 Training our cites on the stars: Helmut Abt's observations on Astrosociology.  Part 2. Age and productivity, peer review, and Big Science/ Little Science.
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. . Guest Essay 355 The use of publication studies to affect policies and attitudes in astronomy. Part 1. Helmut A. Abt.
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40 . 1 Oct 90 360 Training our cites on the stars: Helmut Abt's observations on Astrosociology Part 2. Paper rejection and citation rates, awareness of international literature, and other trends.
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, , Guest Essay 362 The use of publication studies to affect policies and attitudes in astronomy.  Part 2. Helmut A. Abt.
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41 . 8 Oct 90 367 Journal editors awaken to the impact of citation errors. How we control them at ISI.
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42 . 15 Oct 90 376 The most-cited physical sciences publications in the 1945-1954 Science Citation Index.Part 2. Twenty Citation Classics in mathematics.
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. . Guest Essay 381 The most-cited physical-sciences publications in the 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Part 2. Mathematics.Stephen G. Brush.
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43 . 22 Oct 90 387 The most-cited physical-sciences publications in the 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Part 3.  Forty-Two Citation Classics in Astronomy and the Earth Sciences.
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. . Guest Essay 389 The most-cited physical sciences publications in the 1945-1954 Science Citation Index. Part 3. Astronomy and Earth Sciences. Stephen G. Brush.
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44 . 29 Oct 90 399 In Honor of 150 Years:  Classic papers from the British Medical Journal, Highly Cited from 1945 to 1989.
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. . Reprint 400 The "Top 50":  A perspective of the BMJ drawn from the Science Citation Index. Bernard Dixon. British Medical Journal, 301(6755):747-51, October 3, 1990.
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45 . 5 Nov 90 407 The Cockroach Connection -- Ancient, seemingly indestructible pest. Part 1. Morphology, behavior, and the relationship to allergies and disease.
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46 . 12 Nov 90 413 The Cockroach Connection - Ancient, seemingly indestructible pest. Part 2.  Population control, or "Dr. Djerassi, how do you get them to take the pill?"
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47 . 19 Nov 90 422 The new format for Current Contents: Totally electronic composition will increase currency.
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48 . 26 Nov 90 425 The 1988 life-sciences articles most cited in 1988 and 1989.
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. . Guest Essay 426 The most-cited 1988 life-sciences papers highlight the polymerase chain reaction, cell signaling, AIDS and HIV infection, and oncogenes and the molecular basis of cancer. Reviews were very strongly represented.  Bernard Dixon.
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49 . 3 Dec 90 440 Science Watch: ISI's highly cited newsletter shows how quantitative assessments of the literature can contribute to R&D management, policymaking, and strategic analysis.
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50 . 10 Dec 90 447 The drugs-relition connection. Anthony Michaelis argues for the development of an "ideal" drug.
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. . Reprint 448 Drugs -- religion's chemical surrogates.  Anthony R. Michaelis. Interdisciplin. Sci. Rev. 15(2): 97-104, June 1990.
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51 . 17 Dec 90 455 Journal Citation Studies. 53. Agricultural Sciences: Most fruitful journals and high yield research fields.
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52 . 24-32 Dec 90 468 Foreword by Baruch S. Blumberg: Volume 11 of Essays of an Information Scientist.
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. . Reprint 469 Foreword.  Baruch S. Blumberg. (Garfield, E.) Essays of an Information Scientist: Science Literacy, Policy,Evaluation, and Other Essays, Philadelphia: ISI Press, Vol:11, p.ix-xi, 1990.
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1991

Volume 14

Science Reviews, Journalism, Inventiveness and Other Essays

Table of Contents

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1 5-12 7 Jan 91 1 The impact of Citation Indexes on Biochemists and Sociologists --A  Survey by  L. Hargens and H. Schuman. Part 1.  Methodology. 
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. . Reprint 3 Citation counts and social comparisons: Scientists' use and evaluation of Citation Index data. Lowell L. Hargens and Howard Schuman. Social Science Research, 19(3):205-21, September 1990.
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3 5-11 21 Jan 91 9 The impact of Citation Indexes on biochemists and sociologists - a survey by L. Hargens and H. Schuman. Part 2. Results and conclusions: Who uses what, when, and why?
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. . Reprint 9 Citation counts and social comparisons: Scientists' use and evaluation of Citation Index data. Lowell L. Hargens and Howard Schuman. Social Science Research, 19(3):205-21, September 1990. 
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5 5-6 4 Feb 91 16 Inventors and inventiveness: A mix of curiosity, creativity, paranoia, persistence, and illusions of wealth.
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. . Guest Essay 17 Inventors and inventiveness: A mix of  curiosity, creativity, paranoia, persistence, and illusions of wealth. Christopher King.
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7 3-10 18 Feb 91 25 An international perspective on drug bulletins and their place in the review literature.
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. . Guest Essay 26 Drug Bulletins are part of the scientific literature. Andrew Herxheimer.
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9 3-9 4 Mar 91 32 John von Neumann, John Mauchly, and the invention of the modern computer: A story of genius and controversy.
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. . Reprint 33 How von Neumann showed the way.  T.A. Heppenheimer. American Heritage Invent. Technol. 6(2):8-16, 1990.
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11 3-9 18 Mar 91 41 The 1990 Nobel Prize winners: A citationist retrospective.
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13 3-11 1 Apr 91 48 Reinterpreting the legacy of Albert C. Barnes. Part 1. Richard Glanton shapes a new image for Philadelphia's best-kept secret.
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. . Reprint 50 Opening the Barnes Door: How America's most paranoid art museum got that way, and how under new management, dramatic changes are on the way. [Part 1]. Lucinda Fleeson. Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, p.22-35, November 11, 1990. 
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15 5-11 15 Apr 91 57 Reinterpreting the Legacy of Albert C. Barnes. Part 2. Personal, legal, and financial trials.
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. . Reprint 58 Opening the Barnes Door:  How America's most paranoid art museum got  that way, and how, under new management, dramatic changes are on  the way. [Part 2].  Lucinda Fleeson.   Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine,  p.22-35, November 11, 1990. 
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17 3-8 29 Apr 91 65 Shedding new light on the photosynthetic process.  Alexander N. Glazer receives the 1991 NAS Award for excellence in scientific reviewing.
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. . Reprint 70 Scientific Reviewing. Alexander N. Glazer. Current Contents (17): 8-11, April 29, 1991.
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19 5-9 13 May 91 74 Announcing Current Contents on Diskette with Abstracts. 
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21 5-16 27 May 91 79 The most-cited papers of all time, SCI 1945-1988. Part 4. The papers ranked 301-400.
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23 5-8 10 Jun 91 91 Social Science Quotations - a new volume of a famous encyclopedia edited by David L. Sills and Robert K. Merton.
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. . Reprint 94 Excerpt from the introduction to the international encyclpedia of the social sciences. Volume 19. Social Science Quotations. David L. Sills and Robert K. Merton (eds). The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Vol:19. Quotations. New York: Macmillan, 1991. p.437.
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25 5-13 24 Jun 91 97 The science-religion connection.
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. . Guest Essay 100 Science and Religion: From warfare over sociobiology to a working alliance. Kevin J. Sharpe.
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27 3-15 8 Jul 91 106 The 1986 most-cited chemistry articles: Enzymes in organic synthesis and odd-cluster soot up, while superconductivity disappears (for now).
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. . Guest Essay 107 The 1986 Chemistry articles most-cited in 1986-1988, plus 1989-1990 data: Catalysts, clusters, kinetics, and theory. Zvi Szafran.
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29 5-10 22 Jul 91 119 The Dependent Care Dilemma:  A Growing Problem. 
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. . Guest Essay` 120 Dependent Care in the 1990s: Business and government share the working family's burden. Part 1. Defining the need. Cynthia Miller.
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31 5-15 5 Aug 91 125 The Dependent Care Dilemma: Part 2. Corporate practices, legislative solutions.
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. . Guest Essay 125 Dependent Care in the 1990s: Business and government share the working family's burden. Part 2. Seeking a Solution.. Cynthia Miller.
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33 5-7 19 Aug 91 132 Tinnitus: Some sound advice.
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. . Guest Essay 134 Some tips for managing Tinnitus. Morris Rubinoff.
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35 5-11 2 Sep 91 140 Science times exemplifies role of newspapers in reporting and interpreting science and technology.
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37 3-8 16 Sep 91 147 Citation Classics in Clinical Chemistry highlight the cumulative impact of useful methods - A tribute to editor John Stanton King.
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. . Reprint 151 Remonstrance, apostrophe, and valedictory. J.S. Stanton. Clinical Chemistry, 36(2): 413-4, 1990.
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39 3-12 30 Sep 91 153 NAS and Institute of Medicine, alarmed by animal rights activists, highlight medical advances based on animal research. 
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. . Reprint 155 Science, Medicine, and Animals.  Science, Medicine, and Animals, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy Press, Washington, DC. 1991. 
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41 5-11 14 Oct 91 163 From individual to institutional integrity and back - a perspective by Walter Dowdle of the Centers for Disease Control.
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. . Speech 165 Science politics, and CDC. Walter R. Dowdle. Mountain Lecture, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, November 9, 1990.
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43 5-11 28 Oct 91 170 Meta-analysis and the metamorphosis of the scientific literature review.
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. . Reprint 174 Have you ever meta-analysis you didn't like? Steven N. Goodman. Annals of Internal Medicine, 114(3):244-6, 1991.
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45 5-9 11 Nov 91 177 Electronic journals and skywriting: a complementary medium for scientific communication?
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. . Reprint 181 Scholarly skywriting and the prepublication continuum of scientific inquiry. Stevan Harnad. Psychol. Sci. 1(6):342-4, November 1990.
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47 3-10 25 Nov 91 186 David Cassidy's biography of Werner Heisenberg - the quantum mechanic. Part 1.  The Path to Uncertainty. 
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. . Reprint 189 Uncertainty: The life and science of Werner Heisenberg. David C. Cassidy.  New York: Freeman,  p.669, 1991. 
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49 5-5 9 Dec 91 194 Cassidy's Heisenberg:  Part 2. Developing Quantum Mechanics and the uncertainty principle; SS interrogations and the controversy over building an A-Bomb.
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. . Reprint 194 Uncertainty:  The Life and Science of Werner Heisenberg [Part 2]. David C. Cassidy. New York: Freeman, p.669, 1991. 
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51-52 5-10 23-30 Dec 91 203 Some Verses by Chemist/Poet Roald Hoffmann and His Foreword to volume 12 of  Essays of an Information Scientist.
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. . Reprint 207 Foreword by Roald Hoffmann.  (Garfield, E.) Essays of an Information Scientist: Creativity, Delayed Recognition, and other Essays, Vol:12, p.xi-xii, 1989.  ISI Press, Philadelphia.
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Commentaries in The Scientist
1986-1992
by EugeneGarfield
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 1986-87

Page Title                                                  .
209 A Voice for the Science Professional.The Scientist, October 20, 1986. 
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212 A Town Hall for Science. The Scientist, November 17, 1986. 
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214 The Human Face of Science. The Scientist, December 15, 1986.
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216 Science Needs Critics.  The Scientist, Vol:1(4), January 12, 1987. 
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218 The Global Village of Science. The Scientist, Vol:1(5) January 26, 1987.
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220 Contemplating a Science Court. The  Scientist, Vol:1(6), February   9,1987. 
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223 Opting out of the numbers game. The Scientist, Vol:1(7), February 23, 1987.
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225 Shame on you, Mrs. Thatcher. The Scientist, Vol:1(8) March 9, 1987.
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227 Promoting undergraduate science. The Scientist, Vol:1(9), March 23, 1987.
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229 Citation data is subtle stuff. The Scientist, Vol:1(10), April 6, 1987.
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231 Let's stand up for global science. The Scientist, Vol:1(11) April 20, 1987.
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234 Scientists must learn to lobby. The Scientist, Vol:1(12) May 4, 1987.
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237 Needed: Information on Technology's Impact. The Scientist, Vol:1(13),May 18, 1987. 
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240 How to Boost Third World Science. The Scientist, Vol:1(14),  June 1, 1987. 
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243 The military thread to R&D. The Scientist, Vol:1(15) June 15, 1987.
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246 NATO's strategy for science. The Scientist, Vol:1(16) June 29, 1987.
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249 The image of scientists matters. The Scientist, Vol:1(17) July 13, 1987.
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252 Democratizing science advice. The Scientist, Vol:1(18) July 27, 1987.
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255 How to avoid spreading error. The Scientist, Vol:1(19) August 10, 1987.
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258 English spoken here. The Scientist, Vol:1(20) September 7, 1987.
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261 Not the End of the Physician- Scientist. The Scientist, Vol:1(21), September 21, 1987. 
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264 The role of Information Scientists. The Scientist, Vol:1(22) October 5, 1987.
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267 The year past, the years ahead. The Scientist, Vol:1(23), October 19, 1987. 
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270 Let's revitalize math education. The Scientist, Vol:1(24) November 2, 1987.
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273 What Tonegawa's Nobel doesn't mean. The Scientist, Vol:1(25), November 16, 1987. 
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276 F. Mayor's Vision for a Renewed  UNESCO. The Scientist, Vol:1(26), November 30, 1987. 
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279 Is there room in science for self-promotion? The Scientist, Vol:1(27),December 14, 1987. 
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282 The cost of a fortress science mentality. The Scientist, Vol:2(1), January 11, 1988.
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284 "Venture Capital" for Biomedical Research. The Scientist, Vol:2(2), January 25, 1988. 
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286 World Bank Boosts Brazilian Science. The Scientist, Vol:2(3), February 8, 1988. 
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288 A Handbook for Activist Scientists.The Scientist, Vol:2(4),  February 22, 1988.
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290 Too Many Journals?  Nonsense! The Scientist, Vol:2(5), March 7, 1988.
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292 Of Super Tuesday and Superconductivity. The Scientist, Vol:2(6), March 21, 1988.
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294 Making Contacts at Conferences. The Scientist, Vol:2(7), April 4, 1988.
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296 Recognizing the Role of Chance. The Scientist, Vol:2(8), May 2, 1988.
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298 A New Look... And a New Commitment The Scientist, Vol:2(9), May 16, 1988.
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300 When It Comes to Awards, Just Say Yes. The Scientist, Vol:2(10), May 30, 1988.
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302 Little Science, Big Science -- And Global Science. The Scientist, Vol:2(12), June 27, 1988.
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304 Taking the Pulse of the National Institutes of Health.The Scientist, Vol:2(13), July 11, 1988.
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306 Why The Scientist Welcomes Corrections. The Scientist, Vol:2(14), July 25, 1988.
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308 Taking Time Out To Think. The Scientist, Vol:2(15), August 8, 1988.
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310 Contrary to Nature. The Scientist, Vol:2(16),September 5, 1988.
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312 Physicist Mixes Science and Politics in Bid for Senate.The Scientist, Vol:2(17),
September 19, 1988.
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314 The Abused Foreign Postdoc:  A Seamy Side of Science.  The Scientist, Vol:2(18),
October 3, 1988.
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316 How Scientists Can Help Foster Science Appreciation. The Scientist, Vol:2(19),October 17, 1988.
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318 How First World Scientists Can Reach Out to Third World Colleagues.  The Scientist, Vol:2(20),
October 31, 1988.
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320 An Open Letter to the President- Elect. The Scientist, Vol:2(21),  November 14, 1988.
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322 A Curious Character, A True Genius:Richard Feynman. The Scientist, Vol:2(22),
November 28, 1988.
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324 Sakharov:  A Symbol of Change in Soviet Science.The Scientist, Vol:2(23), December 12, 1988.
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326 Religion, Rebel Scientists, and Peer Review:  Three Hot Topics. The Scientist, Vol:2(24),
December 26, 1988.
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328 Citing Nazi 'Research':  To do so  without condemnation is not defensible. 
The Scientist, Vol:3(1), January 9, 1989. 
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330 In tribute to Linus Pauling:  A citation laureate. The Scientist, Vol:3(2),
January 23, 1989. 
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332 Journal editors owe readers timely action on retractions.  The Scientist, 
Vol:3(3), February 6, 1989. 
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334 Of Hot Papers and "critical" acclaim. The Scientist, Vol:3(4), February 20, 1989.
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336 A modest proposal to our partners: Show your support by subscribing. The Scientist, Vol:3(5) March 6, 1989.
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338 'Channel One' plan to improve  education:  Is it short-changing our youngsters? The Scientist, 
Vol:3(7), April 3, 1989. 
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340 Ignorance may be a virtue in the age of information overload.  The Scientist, Vol:3(8),
April 17, 1989. 
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342 Elder scientists are a vast resource: Let's put their skills to good use. The Scientist, Vol:3(9),
May 1, 1989.
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344 The English Language:  The Lingua Franca of International Science.
The Scientist, Vol:3(10), May 15, 1989. 
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346 DNA fingerprinting:  A powerful law-enforcement tool with serious social implications.
The Scientist, Vol:3(11), May 29, 1989. 
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348 Will Glasnost and Perestroika improve  scientific freedom in East Germany?
 The Scientist, Vol:3(12), June 12, 1989. 
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350 Dingell hearings on science fraud:  more overkill than oversight. 
The Scientist, Vol:3(13), June 26, 1989. 
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352 Man-made and natural carcinogens: putting the risks in perspective.
The Scientist, Vol:3(14),July 10, 1989. 
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354 Why scientific publishing should be audited.
The Scientist, Vol:3(15), July 24, 1989. 
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356 Citation Indexes can help halt the spread of fraudulent research..
The Scientist, Vol:3(16), August 7, 1989. 
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358 The chemistry profession must act now to assume an environmentally sound code of ethics.
The Scientist, Vol:3(17),September 4, 1989. 
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360 The U.S. should strengthen its science and technology links with Latin America.
The Scientist, Vol:3(19), October 2, 1989. 
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362 The 1989 Lasker Award affirms the value of contraceptive research.
The Scientist, Vol:3(21), October 30, 1989. 
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364 The time has come for the United States to get back into  UNESCO.
The Scientist, Vol:3(22),  November 13, 1989. 
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366 A New Year -- And a renewal of  dedication to our readers. 
The Scientist, Vol:4(1), January 8, 1990. 
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368 Will Perestroika open Soviet  science's doors to the English language?
The Scientist, Vol:4(5), March 5, 1990. 
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370 A call to bring back the Lasker Awards.
The Scientist, Vol:4(8), April 16, 1990. 
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372 A month to celebrate extraordinary scientific achievements.
The Scientist, Vol:4(10), May 14, 1990. 
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374 Nonprofit societies should be open to scrutiny by their members and by the Press.
The Scientist, Vol:4(12), June 11, 1990.
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376 The science manpower shortage ... Myth or Reality?
The Scientist, Vol:4(14),July  9, 1990. 
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378 The Hubble Telescope's biggest problem:  More distortion   than meets the eye.
The Scientist, Vol:4(16),August 20, 1990. 
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380 Fast Science vs. Slow Science, or slow and steady wins the race.
The Scientist, Vol:4(16),August 20, 1990. 
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382 Forecasting the Nobel Prize winners: Some caveats are in order. 
The Scientist, Vol:4(19, October 1, 1990.
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384 Assessing the benefits of science in terms of dollars and sense. 
The Scientist, Vol:4(22),  November 12, 1990. 
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386 Looking back and looking ahead as we greet a New Year and The Scientist's  100th Issue.
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388 More than Ever Before,  Entrepreneurship Requires  Courage, Not Recklessness. The Scientist, Vol:5(3), February 4, 1991. Full Text
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390 To Be An Uncited Scientist Is No  Cause For Shame.  The Scientist, Vol:5(6), March 18, 1991.  Full Text
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392 Activism by scientists at the grass-roots level is needed to solve the research funding crisis.
The Scientist, Vol:5(9),   April 29, 1991. Full Text
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394 How can we expect today's science grads to remain `Immersed, Active, And Hopeful'?
The Scientist, Vol:5(13), June 24, 1991.Full Text
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. In truth, the `Flood' Of Scientific Literature Is Only A Myth 
The Scientist, Vol:5, #17, pg. 11, September 2, 1991.   Full Text
396 Don't hold your breath  waiting for  the `Paperless' Journal. 
The Scientist, Vol:5(18),  September 16, 1991.  Full Text
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398 Bibliographic negligence: A serious transgression.
The Scientist, Vol:5(23), November 25, 1991. Full Text
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1992


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400 Science in 1992: What can we do to resolve the uncertainties? 
The Scientist, Vol:6(1), January 6, 1991.
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Essays of an Information Scientist:1992 - 1993

Volume 15

Of Nobel Class, Women in Science, Citation Classics, and Other Essays

Table of Contents

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1992


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1 3-8 6 Jun 92  1 The new Biotechnology and Neuroscience Citation Indexes on CD-ROM include abstracts and increased coverage.
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3 5-9 20 Jan 92 7 New Chemistry Citation Index on CD-ROM comes with abstracts, related records, and Keywords Plus.
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5 3 - 9 3 Feb 92 12 The 1991 Nobel Prize Winners--from Patch Clamps (Neher and Sakmann) to Spaghetti 
 Theory (de Gennes), Social Costs  (Coase), and NMR (Ernst)--Were All Citation  Superstars. 
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7 3-11 17 Feb 92 19 Reflections on "The Gene" (H. J. Muller 1947) and the Impact of This Article on  Modern Genetics. 
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. 3-9 Reprint 22 The Gene (H. J. Muller 1947).    Joshua Lederberg. Genetics  129:313-6, 1991.  (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
9 3-9 2 Mar 92 28 Science Historian I. B. Cohen Reviews  Social Studies of Science by 
Sociologist Bernard Barber. 
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. 7-9 Guest Essay 32 Bernard Barber. Social Studies of Science. I. B. Cohen. 
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11 5-13 16 Mar 92 35 Psychiatrist and Biographer Differ Over Anne Sexton's Suicide. 
Was It   Preventable or Inevitable? 
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. 9-13 Reprint 39 Foreword to Anne Sexton: A    Biography by D. W. Middlebrook. 
Martin T. Orne. Anne Sexton : A   Biography. A Peter Davison Book, 
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1991.
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13 3-9 30 Mar 92 44 Mel Kranzberg Receives Bernal Prize as  Pioneering Historian of Technology. 
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14 6-9 Reprint 47 Acceptance Speech of Professor  Melvin Kranzberg, J.D. Bernal Prize 
(1991), Society for Social Studies of  Science, Cambridge, MA, Nov. 14-17, 1991. 
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15 3-8 13 Apr 92 51 The Restoration of Frantisek Sorm: Prolific Czech Scientist Obeyed His
Conscience and Became a Nonperson
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17 5-10 27 Apr 92 57 Robert T. Watson of NASA Receives NAS  Award for Scientific Reviewing of 
Stratospheric Ozone Dynamics. 
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19 5-10 11 May 92 63 Carl Djerassi Receives 1992 Priestley Award:  Prolific Scientist 
Publishes Autobiography Depicting Journey into Metaphysical Realm.
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21 3-8 25 May 92 69 Is Homosexuality Biologically   Determined? 
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. 6-8 Reprint 72 Sex and the Single Brain (An Interview with Bruce McEwen on differences in our most complicated  organ).  Susan Blum. Search 2(1): 22-3, 1992.
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23 5-13 8 Jun 92 75 Contract Research Services at ISI--Citation Analysis Services for Governmental, Industrial, and Academic Clients.
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 23    5 - 13    8 Jun 92  75   Contract Research Services at ISI--
                                Citation Analysis Services for 
                                Governmental, Industrial, and Academic  
                                Clients. 
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       7 - 13  Guest Essay 77   Research on Research: Customized
                                Citation Analysis for Governmental,
                                Industrial, and Academic Clients.
                                Elizabeth Aversa.  
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 25    3 - 9    22 Jun 92  84   ISI's Medical Documentation Service     
                                (MDS) -- Monitoring the Literature for  
                                the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical       
                                Industries. 
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       5 - 9   Guest Essay 86   ISI's Medical Documentation
                                Service: Support for Biomedical and     
                                Pharmaceutical Research. June Fulton. 
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 27    3 -10     6 Jul 92  91   David Kronick's 'Guide' Unearths the    
                                Bones of 17th- and 18th-Century 
                                Scientific Journals. 
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                                Deluge.  David A. Kronick. 
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 29    3 -10    20 Jul 92  99   The New Biomedical Engineering
                                Citation Index Database on CD-ROM       
                                , Containing Searchable Abstracts,  
                                Related Records, and KeyWords Plus. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                            
 31    3 -11     3 Aug 92 107   ISI's New Materials Science Citation 
                                Index on CD-ROM, with Abstracts,    
                                Related Records, and KeyWords Plus. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                               
 33    3 -13    17 Aug 92 116   'Of Nobel Class':  Part 1.  An Overview 
                                of ISI Studies on Highly Cited Authors  
                                and Nobel Laureates. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                            
       5 -13    Reprint   118   Of Nobel Class:  A        
                                Citation Perspective on High Impact     
                                Research Authors.  Eugene Garfield and  
                                Alfred Welljams-Dorof. Theor.        
                                Med. 13(2): 117-35, June 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 35    3 -12    31 Aug 92 127   'Of Nobel Class':  Part 2. Forecasting  
                                Nobel Prizes Using Citation Data and the
                                Odds Against It. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                             
       4 -12    Reprint   128   Of Nobel Class:  A        
                                Citation Perspective on High Impact     
                                Research Authors (Part 2).  Eugene      
                                Garfield and Alfred Welljams-Dorof.     
                                Theor. Med. 13(2): 117-35, June  
                                1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 37    3 -12    14 Sep 92 137   Theoretical Medicine's Special Issue on 
                                the Nobel Prizes and Their Effect on    
                                Science. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 
       6 -12    Reprint   140   Discovery, Theory Change, and the
                                Nobel Prize:  On the Mechanisms of 
                                Scientific Evolution.  An Introduction. 
                                B.I.B. Lindahl Theor. Med (whole 
                                issue) 13(2): 97-231, 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 39    3 -10    28 Sep 92 147   How Science Works:  David L. Hull       
                                Reviews The Scientific Attitude  
                                by Fred Grinnell. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
       5 -10  Guest Essay 147   A Review of The Scientific    
                                Attitude, Second Edition.  
                                David L. Hull. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 41    5 -15    12 Oct 92 155   Psychology Research 1986-1990:  A
                                Citationist Perspective on the Highest  
                                Impact Papers, Institutions, and        
                                Authors. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 43    3 - 8    26 Oct 92 166   Social Science Quotations by     
                                David L. Sills and Robert K. Merton: 
                                Revisiting the New Paperback Edition.
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
       4 - 8    Reprint   167   Social Science Quotations.
                                David L. Sills and Robert K. Merton.  
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                         
 45    3 -10     9 Nov 92 172   Parascience, Pseudoscience and Political
                                Power:  Gerald Holton on the Anti-      
                                Science Phenomenon--And Why It Should   
                                not be Dismissed as a Harmless Fringe. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
       6 -10  Guest Essay 175   How to Think About the           
                                'Anti-Science' Phenomenon.  
                                Gerald Holton. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
 47    3 -10    23 Nov 92 180   The Languages of Science Revisited:
                                A Focus on Microbiology, 1981-1991
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                              
       6 -10    Reprint   183   The microbiology literature:
                                languages of publication and their      
                                relative citation impact. Eugene        
                                Garfield and Alfred Welljams-Dorof.     
                                FEMS Microbiology Letters,       
                                100:33-7, 1992. Elsevier. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 49    3 -13     7 Dec 92 188   The uses and limitations of citation    
                                data as science indicators:  an overview
                                for students and nonspecialists. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
       5 -13    Reprint   190   Citation data:  their use as
                                quantitative indicators for science and 
                                technology evaluation and policy-making. 
                                Eugene Garfield and Alfred Welljams     
                                -Dorof. Science & Public Policy, 
                                19(5):327-7, October 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 51-  3 - 9   21-28 Dec   199   Science Watch Takes the Pulse of 
 52                 92        British Medicine and Other Fields. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                            
      4 - 6   Reprint     200   Can We Measure the UK's Research
                                Success?  A Summary.  David A.  
                                Pendlebury. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      7 -9    Reprint     203   Critical Condition:  Clinical
                                Research in UK Fading Fast Science   
                                Watch, 3(6):1-2, August 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available

 

 

1993

 

 
 
 CC   CC Pgs.   Date      Essays      Title
 No:                         Pg
 
1    3 -11     4 Jan 93  206   Reaffirming the Central Role of
                                the Scientific Literature:  
                                Joshua Lederberg Discusses the
                                Print and Electronic Media
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                            
      5 -11    Reprint    208   Communication as the Root of
                                Scientific Progress  Joshua
                                Lederberg. Lecture at Sixth             
                                International Conference on Science  
                                Editing in the Age of Global            
                                Communication. International        
                                Federation of Science Editors, Woods    
                                Hole, Massachusetts, October 16, 1991. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 3    3 -15    18 Jan 93  215   A Citationist Perspective on Xenobiotics
                                Research, 1981-1992: The Highest Impact 
                                Papers, Institutions, and Authors. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available

 
 5    3 -12     1 Feb 93  228   To What Extent Is the Research          
                                Literature Cited?  Lowell Hargens and   
                                David Bott Examine Citation Rates in    
                                Sociology. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      5 -12    Reprint    230   Are Sociologists' Publications 
                                Uncited?  Citation Rates of Journal     
                                Articles, Chapters, and Books.  David M.
                                Bott and Lowell L. Hargens. 
                                The American Sociologist 
                                22:147-58, 1991. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
 7    3 -12    15 Feb 93  238   New SCI and SSCI CD-ROM   
                                Editions Include Abstracts, KeyWords    
                                Plus, and Monthly Updates. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      7 -12    Reprint    242   Science Citation Index/Science
                                Citation Index with Abstracts on
                                CD-ROM.  Nicholas G. Tomaiuolo and
                                Jacqueline Trolley. Librarian,
                                7(9):34-42, October 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 9    3 -13     1 Mar 93  248   Women in Science. Part 1. The 
                                Productivity Puzzle -- J. Scott Long on 
                                Why Women Biochemists Publish Less than 
                                Men. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      6 -13    Reprint    251   Measures of Sex Differences in 
                                Scientific Productivity.  J. Scott
                                Long. Social Forces, 71:
                                159-78, 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 11   3 -13    15 Mar 93  259   Women in Science. Part 2. The Impact    
                                Enigma--J. Scott Long on Why Women      
                                Biochemists' Papers are Cited more than 
                                Men. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      4 -13    Reprint    260   Measures of Sex Differences in 
                                Scientific Productivity.  J. Scott Long.
                                Social Forces, 71:159-78, 1992.
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 13   3 -12    29 Mar 93  270   Huichol Art and Culture:  Vanishing
                                Treasures of the Sierra Madre.
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
                                
      5 -12    Reprint    272   Dancing Through the God's Eye.   
                                Maria von Bolschwing Hola Amigos!
                                2(1):11-3, 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 15   3 - 5    12 Apr 93  280   Bonnie Lawlor's Silver Anniversary at
                                ISI--A Tribute. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 17   3 -12    26 Apr 93  283   A Citationist Perspective on Science                                
                                in Taiwan:  Most-Cited Papers, 
                                Institutions, and Authors, 1981-
                                1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 19   3 -13    10 May 93  293   Co-Citation Analysis of the
                                Scientific Literature:  Henry Small
                                on Mapping the Collective Mind of
                                Science. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
      5 -13    Reprint    295   Macro-Level Changes in the       
                                Structure of Co-Citation Clusters:      
                                1983-1989. Henry Small. 
                                Scientometrics, 26(1):5-20, 1993.  
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 21   3 - 8    24 May 93  304   The Symbiosis of Clinical Practice
                                and Basic Research:  Joshua Lederberg on
                                the Interface of Science and Medicine. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      4 - 8   Reprint     305   The Interface of Science and
                                Medicine.  Joshua Lederberg. The     
                                Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine,    
                                59(5):380-3, 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
                               
 23   5 -11     7 Jun 93  310   The Role of Undergraduate Colleges in
                                Research.  Part 1.  Highest Output,
                                Most-Cited, and Highest Impact 
                                Institutions, 1981-1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                               
 25   3 - 9    21 Jun 93  317   The Role of Undergraduate Colleges in
                                Research.  Part 2.  Highest Impact
                                Institutes and Most-Cited Papers,
                                1981-1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 27   3 -12     5 Jul 93  324   New Scientist Examines AIDS      
                                Research with ISI's Citation Data.  
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                               
      5 -12    Reprint    326   Has the AIDS Research Epidemic   
                                Spread Too Far?  Phyllida Brown 
                                New Scientist 138(1873):12-5, 15 
                                May 1993. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 29   3 - 8    19 Jul 93  334   Will Hot Papers Ever Become Hot 
                                Properties?  A Provocative Viewpoint
                                by Science Watch Editor David
                                Pendlebury. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
      5 - 8    Reprint    336   Are New Riches In Store For  
                                Superstars of Research?  If Some Current
                                Trends Continue, The Answer is Yes! 

                                David Pendlebury. The Scientist, 
                                7(12):1, 21, 14 June 1993. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available  
 
 31   3 - 9     2 Aug 93  340   In Appreciation of Vasily Vasilyevich
                                Nalimov:  Angela Thompson's Profile
                                of a Remarkable Scholar and
                                Courageous Individual.
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
      4 - 9    Reprint    341   Vasily Vasilyevich Nalimov:      
                                Russian Visionary.  Angela M. Thompson 
                                Journal of Humanistic Psychology,
                                33(3):80-96, Summer 1993. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 33   3 -10    16 Aug 93  347   Using the Citation Classic Data-
                                base for Science Studies.  Part 1.      
                                Helen Astin on Gender Differences in 
                                Author Productivity.
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      5 -10    Reprint    349   Citation Classics: Women's
                                and Men's Perceptions of Their          
                                Contributions to Science.  Helen S.
                                Astin. The Outer Circle: Women in the
                                scientific community, Zuckerman H,  
                                Cole J R & Bruer J T (eds): W.W. Norton 
                                & Co., New York, 1991, p.57-70. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
                           
 35   5 -11    30 Aug 93  355   Using the Citation Classic Data-
                                base for Science Studies.  Part 2. Helen
                                Astin on How Men and Women Perceive
                                Their High Impact Works. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                         
      6 -11    Reprint    356   Citation Classics: Women's
                                and Men's Perceptions of Their          
                                Contributions to Science.  Helen S.
                                Astin.    The Outer Circle: Women in the       
                                scientific community, Zuckerman H,  
                                Cole J R & Bruer J T (eds): W.W. Norton 
                                & Co., New York, 1991, p.57-70. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
                           
 37   3 - 7    13 Sep 93  362   The Birth of Fullerene Chemistry:
                                Harold W. Kroto Discusses New Lines
                                of Buckyball Research in a Science
                                Watch Interview. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
      4 - 7    Reprint    363   The Search for Carbon in Space   
                                and the Fullerene Fallout.  Harold W.
                                Kroto. Science Watch, 3(1):3-4,
                                January 1992. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
 39   3 -12    27 Sep 93  367   The Double Helix 40 Years Later:
                                Joshua Lederberg's Personal
                                Commentary About Its Impact on 
                                Basic Research.                                 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
      5 -12   Reprint     369   What the Double Helix (1953) Has
                                Meant for Basic Biomedical Science. A
                                personal commentary. Joshua Lederberg. 
                                J. American Medical Association,
                                269(15):1981-3, 1993. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 41   3 - 8    11 Oct 93  377   Janet T.Spence Receives the 1993 NAS
                                Award for Excellence in Scientific

                                Reviewing. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
 43   3 - 6    25 Oct 93  383   The Scientist Newspaper:  Seven  
                                Years on the Human and Professional     
                                Sides of Science. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
 45   5 -10     8 Nov 93  387   Citation Cassics -- From 
                                Obliteration to Immortality -- And
                                the Role of Autobiography in 
                                Reporting the Realities Behind High
                                Impact Research. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available 
 
 47   3 - 7    22 Nov 93  393   The 1993 John Scott Awards Go to 
                                Carlo Croce and Richard Smalley. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                                
49   3 -12     6 Dec 93  398   A Tribute to the New York Academy
                                of Sciences:  Denis Cullinan on its
                                History, Future, and Classic Papers. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                               
             Guest Essay  399   The New York Academy of Sciences
                                Annals:  From the Founding through
                                the Future.  Denis M. Cullinan. 
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                               
51-52 3 -12  20-27 Dec 93  408  From Current Comments to Citation Comments
                                Continuing a 31-year series of
                                Current Contents Essays with a new focus.
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
 
                               
                           431  Cited Author Index
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available
                               
                           439  Subject Index
                                (Essays/Vol:15) pdf file available

 

Commentaries in The Scientist

by Eugene Garfield

1992-1993

1992

 
 

       page         Issue No:      Date    Page
 

                        24              12.7.92     411         Mentoring Young Scientists Is an
                                                                          Imperative--And a Pragmatic Necessity.
                                                                       The Scientist,
                                                                        Vol.6(24), p.12, 7 December 1992


 

1993

 
 

                                             


                                                                   page

                                                                     413                As We Launch into the New Year,
                                                                                           Reality Must Temper Expectations
                                                                                           The Scientist,   Vol.7(1), p.12, 11 January 1993.
                              
                      
                                      

                               415       Electronic Publishing Extends
                                                                                          Reach of Scientists--And of The
                                                                                          Scientist. Eugene Garfield
                                                                                          The Scientist, Vol.7(3), p.12, 8 February 1993.


                                                                    417                 A Pat on the Back for Westinghouse
                                                                                           Finalists--And for the Talent
                                                                                           Search Sponsors as Well. 
                                                                                           The Scientist, Vol:7(5), p.12, 8 March 1993.
                               

                                                                   419                  Citation Searches Can Be Powerful
                                                                                           Tools in Combating Redundant
                                                                                           Publication. 
                                                                                           The Scientist, Vol:7(8), p.12, 19 April 1993.
 
                                                                   421                  Top Flight Research at Small Colleges
                                                                                           Merits More Recognition, More Support.
                                                                                           The Scientist, Vol:7(11), p.12, 31 May 1993.
 
                                                                  423                   Scientists Should Understand the
                                                                                           Limitations as Well as the Virtues
                                                                                           of Citation Analysis. Eugene Garfield.
                                                                                           The Scientist,   Vol.7(14), p.12, 12 July  1993.
                               
                                                                  425                   Despite Problems with Peer Review,
                                                                                           Science Publishing Is Healthier than
                                                                                           Ever. 
                                                                                           The Scientist, Vol:7(18), p.12, 20 September 1993.
                                
                                                                 427                    Hillary Clinton and Mary Lasker:  A Photo in
                                                                                           Proper Focus. 
                                                                                           The Scientist, Vol:7(21), p.12,   1 November 1993.
  
                                                                429                     How an understanding of Science History is useful,
                                                                                           enriching, and rewarding.
                                                                                           The Scientist, Vol:7(24), p.12, 13 December 1993.
             



 



 
 

EUGENE GARFIELD 

Commentaries in The Scientist ~ 1986-2000

(Descending Order)


2000

Foreign Language Editorials Should Be Translated for the Web 
Vol:14, #9, p.6,  May 1, 2000. 

Why Is the Engineer So Different from the Scientist?
Vol:14, #6, p.4, March 20, 2000.

1999

Acknowledged Web Posting Is Not Prior Publication, 
Vol 13, #12, p. 12, June 7, 1999 

The Evolution of the Reprint Culture: From Photostats to Home Pages on the World Wide Web -- A tutorial on how to create your electronic archive
Vol: 13, #4, p. 14, February 15, 1999 

1998

Untitled and Anonymous Editorials And Other Forms of Provincialism
Vol: 12, #20, p. 8, October 12, 1998 

Long-Term vs. Short-Term Impact: Part II
Vol:12, #14,p.12 July 6, 1998 

I had a dream...about Uncitedness
Vol:12, #14,p.10, July 6, 1998 

 Long-Term Vs. Short-Term Journal Impact: Does It Matter?
Vol:12, #3, p. 10-12 , February 2, 1998 

1997

Friendly Web Pages, Letterheads Bridging Four Media Cultures
Vol:11, #18, p.9, September 15, 1997 

The Scientist to Launch LabConsumer Section Featuring Product Reviews And Information
Vol:11, #13, p. 8, June 23, 1997 

 Should NIH Change Its Name?
Vol:11,#9,p.9, April 28,1997. 

A Tribute to Calvin N. Mooers, A Pioneer Of Information Retrieval
Vol:11,#6,p.9,March 17,1997 

Dispelling A Few Common Myths About Journal Citation Impacts
Vol:11, #3, p.11, February 3, 1997. 

1996

The Prostaglandin-Prostacyclin-Nitric Oxide Connection
Vol:10, #24, p. 12, December 9, 1996. 

The Scientist Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary - And Its Millionth 'Hit' On The World Wide Web 
Vol:10, #21, p. 10 , October 28, 1996. 

An Old Proposal For A New Profession: Scientific Reviewing 
Vol:10,#16, p.12, August 19, 1996. 

What Is The Primordial Reference For The Phrase 'Publish Or Perish'? 
Vol:10, #12, p.11 , June 10, 1996. 

From ENIAC To Real-Time Access On The Web: A Technological Revolution In 50 Short Years
Vol:10, #7, p. 12 , April 1, 1996. 

"Cannibals" At The Gates Of Congress: A Call For Activism, Not Complacency
Vol:10, #4, pg.10 , February 19, 1996. 

Now Available On A Screen Near You: The Scientist On The World Wide Web
Vol:10, #1, pg.11, January 8, 1996. 

1995

The Government's Rush To Judgment On Bernard Fisher's Work,Reputation
Vol:9, #23, pg.12 , November 27, 1995. 

Giving Credit Only Where It Is Due: The Problem Of Defining Authorship
Vol:9, #19, pg.13 , October 2, 1995. 

New International Professional Society Signals The Maturing Of Scientometrics And Informetrics
Vol:9, #16, pg.11, August 21, 1995. 

The Sweet And Bittersweet Experience Of Receiving An Honorary Degree
Vol:9, #13, pg.11, June 26, 1995. 

Biogerontological Research: Shedding New Light On Old Questions Of Longevity And Prolongevity
Vol:9, #10, p. 12, May 15, 1995. 

A New Look For The Scientist -- And New Ways Of Internet Access
Vol:9, #5, p. , March 6, 1995. 

In Due Diligence Searches For Prior Art,The Patent Office Simply Does Not Compute
Vol:9, #1, pg.13, January 9, 1995. 

1994

Of Multimedia CD-ROMs And Real-Time Access:'Information Nirvana' Is Still Not On Horizon
Vol:8, #22, p.13, November 14, 1994. 

A Tribute To Robert K. Merton On Receiving The National Medal of Science
Vol:8, #20, p. 13, October 17, 1994. 

Multilingual Capability Is Essential In The Global Science Community
Vol:8, #18, p. 13, September 19, 1994. 

Pure Genius: It's Great If You Have It--But It's Not A Prerequisite To Success In Science 
Vol:8, #16, p. 13, August 22, 1994. 

Case Histories: A Valuable Testament To The Importance Of Biomedical Research
Vol:8, #14, p.13, July 11, 1994. 

Progress Demands That Scientists Now Put Internet Addresses On All Communications
Vol:8, #9, p.13, May 2, 1994. 

Although Some Achievers Are Overlooked, Awards Are Healthy For Scientific Enterprise
Vol:8, #8, p. 13, April 18, 1994. 

Science Will Survive The Recurring Tension Among Researchers, Librarians, And Publishers
Vol:8, #6, p. 12, March 21, 1994. 

Wearing Two Hats: A Challenge And An Inspiration
Vol:8, #4, p.12, February 21, 1994. 

There Are Reasons For Optimism As We Launch The New Year 
Vol:8, #1, p. 12, January 10, 1994. 

1993

How An Understanding Of Science History Is Useful, Enriching, And Rewarding 
Vol:7, #24, p. 12, December 13, 1993. 

Hillary Clinton And Mary Lasker: A Photo In Proper Focus
Vol: 7, #21, p.12 November 1, 1993. 

Despite Problems With Peer Review, Science Publishing Is Healthier Than Ever
Vol:7, #18, pg. 12, September 20, 1993. 

Scientists Should Understand The Limitations As Well As The Virtues Of Citation Analysis
Vol: 7, #14, p.12, July 12, 1993. 

Top-Flight Research At Small Colleges Merits More Recognition, More Support
Vol:7, #11, pg .12, May 31, 1993. 

Citation Searches Can Be Powerful Tools In Combating Redundant Publication
Vol:7, #8, p.12, April 19, 1993. 

A Pat On The Back For Westinghouse Finalists--And For The Talent Search Sponsors, As Well
Vol:7, #5, p. 12, March 8, 1993. 

Electronic Publishing Extends Reach Of Scientists And Of The Scientist
Vol:7, #3, p.10, February 8, 1993. 

As We Launch Into The New Year, Reality Must Temper Expectations
Vol:7, #1, p.10, January 11, 1993. 

1992

Mentoring Young Scientists Is An Ethical Imperative--And A Pragmatic Necessity 
Vol:6, #24, p.12, December 7, 1992. 

Science In 1992: What Can We Do To Resolve The Uncertainties?
Vol:6, #1, pg 1, January 6, 1992. 

1991

Bibliographic Negligence: A Serious Transgression
Vol:5, #23, pg. 14, November 25, 1991. 

Don't Hold Your Breath Waiting For The "Paperless" Journal
Vol:5, #18, p.12, September 16, 1991. 

In Truth, The `Flood' Of Scientific Literature Is Only A Myth
Vol:5, #17, pg. 11, September 2, 1991. 

How Can We Expect Today's Science Grads To Remain `Immersed, Active, And Hopeful'?
Vol:5, #13, pg. 12, June 24, 1991. 

Activism By Scientists At The Grass-Roots Level Is Needed To Solve The Research Funding Crisis
Vol: 5, #9, p.14, April 29, 1991. 

To Be An Uncited Scientist Is No Cause For Shame
Vol:5, #6, pg. 12, March 18, 1991. 

More Than Ever Before, Entrepreneurship Requires Courage, Not Recklessness
Vol:5, #3, p.12, February 4, 1991. 

Looking Back And Looking Ahead As We Greet A New Year And The Scientist's 100th Issue
Vol:5, #1, p.12, January 7, 1991. 

1990 

Assessing the Benefits of Science in Terms of Dollars and Sense
Vol:4, #22, p. 14, November 12, 1990. 

Forecasting The Nobel Prize Winners: Some Caveats Are In Order 
Vol:4, #19, p. 14, October 1, 1990. 

Fast Science Vs. Slow Science, Or Slow And Steady Wins The Race
Vol:4, #18, p. 14, September 17, 1990. 

The Hubble Telescope's Biggest Problem: More Distortion Than Meets The Eye
Vol:4, #16, p. 16, August 20, 1990. 

The Science Manpower Shortage. . . Myth Or Reality?
Vol:4, #14, p. 14, July 9, 1990. 

Nonprofit Societies Should Be Open To Scrutiny By Their Members And By The Press
Vol:4, #12, p. 14, June 11, 1990. 

A Month To Celebrate Extraordinary Scientific Achievements
Vol:4, #10, p. 18, May 14, 1990. 

A Call To Bring Back The Lasker Awards
Vol:4, #8, p. 18, April 16, 1990. 

Will Perestroika Open Soviet Science's Doors To The English Language?
Vol:4, #5, p. 18, March 5, 1990. 

A New Year -- And A Renewal Of Dedication To Our Readers
Vol:4, #1, p. 16, January 8, 1990. 

1989

The time has come for the United States to get back into UNESCO
Vol: 3, #22, p.16, November 13, 1989. 

The 1989 Lasker Award affirms the value of Contraceptive Research
Vol: 3, #21, p.16, October 30, 1989. 

The U.S. should strengthen its Science and Technology links with Latin America
Vol: 3, #19, p.12, October 2, 1989. 

The Chemistry Profession must act now to assume an environmentally sound code of ethics
Vol: 3, #17, p.14, September 4, 1989. 

Citation Indexes can help halt the spread of fraudulent research
Vol: 3, #16, p.12, August 7, 1989. 

Why scientific publishing should be audited
Vol: 3, #15, p.12, July 24, 1989. 

Man-made and natural carcinogens: Putting the risks in perspective
Vol: 3, #14, p.12, July 10, 1989. 

Dingell Hearings on Science Fraud: More Overkill than Oversight
Vol: 3, #13, p.12, June 26, 1989. 

Will Glasnost and Perestroika Improve Scientific Freedom in East Germany?
Vol: 3, #12, p.10, June 12, 1989. 

DNA Fingerprinting: A Powerful Law-Enforcement Tool with Serious Social Implications
Vol: 3, #11, p.10, May 29, 1989. 

The English Language: The Lingua Franca of International Science
Vol: 3, #10, p.12, May 15, 1989. 

Elder Scientists are a vast resource: Let's put their skills to good use
Vol: 3, #9, p.10, May 1, 1989. 

Ignorance may be a virtue in the age of information overload
Vol: 3, #8, p.10, April 17, 1989. 

Channel One plan to improve education: Is it short-changing our youngsters?
Vol: 3 #7, p.10, April 3, 1989. 

A modest proposal to our partners: Show your support by subscribing
Vol: 3 #5, p.10, March 6, 1989. 

Of Hot Papers and "Critical" Acclaim
Vol: 3, #4, p.10, February 20, 1989. 

Journal Editors owe readers timely action on retractions
Vol: 3, #3, p.10, February 6, 1989. 

In tribute to Linus Pauling: A Citation Laureate
Vol: 3, #2, p.10, January 23, 1989. 

Citing Nazi 'Research': To do so withouth condemnation is not defensible
Vol:3, #1, p.10, January 9, 1989. 

1988

Religion, Rebel Scientists, And Peer Review: Three Hot Topics
Vol: 2, #24, p.10, December 26, 1988. 

Sakharov: A symbol of change in Soviet Science
Vol:2, #23, p 324, December 12, 1988. 

A curious character, a true genius: Richard Feynman
Vol: 2, #22, p.10, November 28, 1988. 

An open letter to the President-Elect
Vol: 2, #21, p.10, November 14, 1988. 

How First World Scientists can reach out to Third World Colleagues
Vol: 2, #20, p.10, October 31, 1988. 

How scientists can help foster science appreciation
Vol: 2, #19, p.10, October 17, 1988. 

The abused foreign postdoc: A seamy side of science
Vol: 2, #18, p.10, October 3, 1988. 

Physicist mixes science and politics in bid for Senate
Vol: 2, #17, p.14, September 19, 1988. 

Contrary to Nature?
Vol: 2, #16, p.12, September 5, 1988. 

Taking time out to think
Vol:2, #15, p.12, August 8, 1988. 

Why The Scientist welcomes corrections
Vol: 2, #14, p.12, July 25, 1988. 

Taking the pulse of the National Institutes of Health
Vol: 2, #13, p.12, July 11, 1988. 

Little Science, Big Science -- And Global Science
Vol: 2, #12, p.14, June 27, 1988. 

When it comes to Awards, just say yes
Vol: 2, #10, p.14, May 30, 1988. 

A new look... and a new commitment
Vol: 2, #9, p.12, May 16, 1988. 

Recognizing the role of chance
Vol: 2, #8, p.10, May 2, 1988. 

Making contacts at conferences
Vol:2, #7, p.7, April 4, 1988. 

Of Super Tuesday and Superconductivity
Vol:2, #6, p.7, March 21, 1988. 

Too Many Journals? Nonsense!
Vol: 2, #5, p.11, March 7, 1988. 

A Handbook for Activist Scientists
Vol: 2, #4, p.7, February 22, 1988. 

World Bank Boosts Brazilian Science
Vol:2, #3, p.9, February 8, 1988. 

"Venture Capital" for Biomedical Research: The strategic role of the private foundation
Vol:2, #2, p.9, January 25, 1988. 

The cost of a fortress science mentality
Vol: 2, #1, p.9, January 11, 1988. 

1987

Is there room in science for self-promotion
Vol:1, #27, p.9, December 14, 1987. 

F. Mayor's Vision for a Renewed UNESCO
Vol: 1, #26, p.9, November 30, 1987. 

What Tonegawa's Nobel Doesn't Mean
Vol: 1, #25, p.9, November 16, 1987. 

Let's Revitalize Math Education
Vol: 1, #24, p.9, November 2, 1987. 

The Year Past, the Years Ahead
Vol: 1, #23, p.9, October 19, 1987. 

The Role of Information Scientists
Vol:1, #22, p.9, October 5, 1987. 

Not the End of the Physician-Scientist
Vol:1, #21, p.9, September 21, 1987. 

English Spoken Here
Vol:1, #20, p.9, September 7, 1987. 

How to avoid spreading error: Scientists must search for corrections
Vol:1, #19, p.9, Aaugust 10, 1987. 

Democratizing Science Advice: A Bulletin Board could benefit Policy-makers
Vol:1, #18, p.9, July 27, 1987. 

The Image of Scientists Matters
Vol:1, #17, p.9, July 13, 1987. 

NATO's Strategy for Science
Vol:1, #16, p.9, June 29, 1987. 

The Military Threat to R&D
Vol:1, #15, p.9, June 15, 1987. 

How to Boost Third World Science: An international effort can maintain the information flow
Vol:1, #14, p.9, June 1, 1987. 

Needed: Information on Technology's Impact
Vol:1, #13, p.9, May 18, 1987. 

Scientists must learn to lobby
Vol: 1,#12, p.9, May 4, 1987. 

Let's stand up for Global Science: The United States must not cut its contribution to UNESCO Programs
Vol:1, #11, p.9, August 20, 1987. 

Citation data is subtle stuff: A Primer on evaluating a Scientist's performance
Vol:1, #10, p.9, April 6, 1987. 

Promoting undergraduate science: Students should participate in basic research
Vol:1, #9, p., March 23, 1987. 

Shame on you, Mrs. Thatcher.  "Level Funding" for British Science is underfunding
Vol:1, #8, p.9, March 9, 1987. 

Opting out of the numbers game: On the need to emphasize quality in peer review
Vol:1, #7, p.9, February 23, 1987. 

Contemplating a Science Court: On the question of institutionalizing scientific factfinding
Vol:1, #6, p.9, February 9, 1987. 

The Global Village of Science: Professionals worldwide join The Scientist as Editorial Consultants
Vol:1, #5, p.9, January 26, 1987. 

Science needs Critics
Vol:1, #4, p.9, January 12, 1987. 
 

1986

The Human Face of Science
Vol:1, #3, p.9, December 15, 1986. 

A Town Hall for Science
Vol:1, #2, p.9, November 17, 1986. 

A Voice for the Science Professional
Vol:1, #1, p.9, October 20, 1986.


EUGENE GARFIELD - Bibliography

1952-2000 (Descending Order)


1999
Hargittai, Istvan "Deeds and Dreams of Eugene Garfield" (Interview) The Chemical Intelligencer, p.26-31, October 1999. No: 452

Garfield, E. " From Laboratory to Information Explosions...
The evolution of Chemical Information Services at ISI
Presentation at the ASIS meeting on "Historical Perspectives on Knowledge Dissemination," Washington D.C., November 1, 1999
Unpublished. Presentation. No: 451

Garfield, E. "Journal impact factor: a brief review" Canadian Medical Association Journal, 161(8), p.979-80, 1999.
Article, No:450.

Garfield, E. "The Birth of the Sun" by Emeteria Rios Martinez, 1991.

1998


Garfield, E. "The diverse roles of citation indexes in scientific research"
Rev. Invest. Clin., 50(6), p.487-504, November-December, 1998
Article, No:445.

Garfield, E. "On the Shoulders of Giants" presented at The Conference on the History and Heritage of Science Information Systems, Pittsburgh, October 24, 1998
Presentation, No:449

Garfield, E. "Random Thoughts on Citationology: Its Theory and Practice (Comments on Theories of Citation? L. Leydesdorff, Scientometrics, 43(1), 1998)"
Scientometrics, 43(1), p.69, September 1998
Article, No:1340.pdf file

Garfield, E. "The Impact Factor and using it correctly"
Der Unfallchirurg, 101(6), p.413, June 1998 English Translation
Article, No:1330. pdf file available

Garfield, E. "From Citation Indexes to Informetrics: Is the tail wagging the dog?"
Libri,48(2), p.67-80, June 1998
Presentation - Centre for Informetric Studies, Royal School of Librarianship, Denmark, Copenhagen.  December 15, 1997.
Article, No:433. pdf file available

Garfield, E. "On the origins of Current Contents and ISI,"
12th Annual Meeting of the Association of Independent Information Professionals, St. Louis, Missouri. April 5, 1998.
Presentation (Unpublished). No:440

Garfield, E. "The use of Journal Impact Factors and Citation Analysis for evaluation of science, (Oslo)"
Presentation (Unpublished) - at "Cell Separation, Hematology and Journal Citation Analysis" Mini Symposium in tribute to Arne Bøyum, Rikshospitalet, Oslo, April 17, 1998
No:441.

Garfield, E. The use of Journal Impact Factors and Citation Analysis for evaluation of science, (Utah)"
Presentation at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Council of Biology Editors, Salt Lake City, UT. May 4, 1998
Presentation (Unpublished) - No:1310A

Garfield, E. "The multiple meanings of Impact Factors ," Journal of the American Society For Information Science (JASIS), 49(8), p.768, 1998.
Letter, No:439.

Garfield, E. " Mapping the world of science ," p.1-19, 1998.
Presentation - Topical paper presented at the 150th Anniversary Meeting of the AAAS, Philadelphia, PA. February 14,1998
Presentation (Unpublished) No: 438. Garfield, E. and Melino, G. " The growth of the cell death field: an analysis from the ISI-Science Citation Index .. Erratum ," Cell Death and Differentiation, 5 (1) p.127, 1998.
Erratum. See paper by the same name. No:435B

1997

An Interview with Dr. Eugene Garfield, Inform, (published by Institute of Information Scientists), #200, p.5-6, December 1997.
No:407.

Garfield, E. and Melino, G. The growth of the cell death field: An analysis from the ISI- Science Citation Index ," Cell Death and Differentiation,(4) p.352-361, 1997.
Paper, No:435.

Garfield, E. and Small H. "Citation Format ," [Numbered vs Alphabetic Reference Style Preferred] Journal of the American Society of Information Scientists (JASIS), 48 (10) p.963, October ,1997.
See also in JASIS, 48(10) Oct. 1997 letters by Charles T. Meadow, Ronald E. Rice, Christine L. Borgman
Letter, No:430.

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes for Research Evaluation and Information Retrieval, Including an Analysis of Pharmacology Research ," p.1-35, 1997.
Presentation (Unpublished) at XXVIII National Congress of the Italian Society of Pharmacology, Bari, Italy. April 30, 1997.
No:425.

Garfield, E. "Validation of Citation Analysis ," Journal of the American Society of Information Scientists (JASIS), 48 (10) p.962, 1997.
In response to MacRoberts' paper, "Citation Content Analysis of a Botany Journal" JASIS, 48(3):274-275, 1997. MacRoberts' rejoinder (JASIS), 48 (10) p.963, 1997.
Letter, No:427.

Garfield, E. "Agony and ecstasy of the Internet: Experiences of an information scientist qua publisher ," Publications of Essen University Library, 21 p.202-222, 1997.
Presentation, at the 19th International Essen Symposium, "Towards a Worldwide Library: A Ten Year Forecast". September 23-26, 1996 No:426. pdf file.

Garfield, E. "Editors are justified in asking authors to cite equivalent references from same journal ," British Medical Journal, 314 (7096) p.1765, 1997. [pdf file]
Letter, No:428.

Garfield, E. " Citation Analysis of Sports Medicine Research, 1981-1996 ," p.1-37, 1997.
Presentation (Unpublished) at the American College of Sports Medicine 44th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO.,May 31, 1997
No:429.

Garfield, E. " Concept of Citation Indexing: A unique and innovative tool for navigating the research literature," p.1-66, 1997. Presentation (Unpublished) at Far Eastern State University, Vladivostok, Russia. September 4, 1997
No:431.

Garfield, E. " Speech presented on receiving an Honorary Degree from Far Eastern University and Honorary Membership in the Russian Academy of Sciences - September 6, 1997," Vestnik, (2) p.70-74, 1998.
Russian version as pdf file.
Article, No:432.

Garfield, E. "All sorts of authorship ," Nature, 389 p.777, 1997.
Letter, No:436.

Garfield, E. " A statistically valid definition of bias is needed to determine whether the Science Citation Index discriminates against Third World journals ," Current Science, 73 (8) p.639-641, 1997.
Article, No:442.

1996

Garfield, E. " Citation Indexes for retrieval and research evaluation," p.1-30, 1996.
Presentation (Unpublished), at the G7 Consensus Conference on Theory and Practice of Research Assessment in Capri, Italy. October 7, 1996  No:424.

Garfield, E. "When to Cite ," Library Quarterly, 66 (4) p.449-458, 1996. pdf file.
Article, No:405. Abstract

Garfield, E. " How can impact factors be improved? " British Medical Journal, 313 (7054) p.411-413, 1996.
Article, No:409. pdf file.

Garfield, E. "Response to Ernesto Spinak's " Los analisis cuantitativos de la literatura cientifica y su validez para juzgar la produccion latino americana" ," Boletin de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, 120 (2) p.146-147, 1996.
EG's response to article by E. Spinak (also see EG's article on same subject - #1184)
Article, No:410.

 Garfield, E. "Random thoughts of a pseudo-visionary about the present and future of the Internet," p.1-45, 1996.
Presentation (Unpublished), at National Chemical Information Symposium, Charleston, SC. July 17, 1996  No:434.

1995

Garfield, E. "The Impact of Cumulative Impact Factors
Only Abstract published in Science, Culture, Communication for the 21st Century. Presented at the Eighth International Conference of the International Federation of Science Editors, Barcelona, Spain. July 9-13, 1995.
Talk partially based on : "Impressions of Spanish Research Output as seen in the ISI Science Indicators Report." July 1995.Both papers are unpublished.
No:423.

Garfield, E. "Quantitative analysis of the scientific literature and its implications for science policymaking in Latin America and the Caribbean ," Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization, 29 (1) p.87-95, 1995.
Based on presentation at the International Seminar on Challenges of the Information Era: Agents and Users, Sao Paulo, October 18-20, 1994. Sponsored by Pan American Health Organization and PAHO's Latin American and Caribbean Center on Health Sciences Information.
Article, No:404. pdf file.

Garfield, E. "Multilingual communication essential for science," Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 20 (3) p.179-180, 1995.
Originally published as, "Multilingual Capability Is Essential In The Global Science Community," The Scientist,p.13, September 19, 1994.
Article, No:437.

Garfield, E. " The internationalization of the information industry ," Information Services & Use, 15 (1) p.49-52, 1995.
Article, No:408.

Garfield, E. "Impressions of Spanish Research output as seen in the ISI Science Indicators Reports ," p.1-27, 1995.
Presentation (Unpublished),at the Eighth International Conference of the International Federation of Science Editors, Barcelona, Spain. July 1995. Talk partially incorporated into "Impact of Cumulative Impact Factors"
Both papers are unpublished.
No:423.

1994

Garfield, E. "Science in Spain, 1981-1992: A Citationist Perspective
(La ciencia en Espana desde la perspectiva de las citaciones:1981-1992) ," Arbor, CXLVII (577-578) p.111-133, 1994.
Paper presented at Sevilla, Spain. October 20, 1993
Article, No:448.

Garfield, E. "New tools for navigating the Materials Science literature," Journal of Materials Education, 16 (5 & 6) p.327-362, 1994.
Article, No:403.

Garfield, E. "Reflections on the past, present, and future of print and electronic information services ," 1994.
Presentation (Unpublished), in Oslo, Norway. July 2, 1994 at the closing ceremonies of "Health Information -- New Possibilities," 4th European Conference of Medical and Health Libraries, Oslo, Norway. June 28-July 2, 1994. Article, No:1228
 
 

1993

Garfield, E. and Sher, I. H. " KeyWords Plus -- Algorithmic Derivative Indexing," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 44 (5) p.298-299, 1993.
Article (Brief Communication), No:402.

Garfield, E. "La epidemiologia del conocimiento y la diseminacion de la informacion cientifica ," Informacion y Documentacion Biomedica, 1 (2) p.28-31, 1993.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, #35, p.5-10, September 1, 1980; EIS V.4, p.586-591, 1979-80.
pdf file available
Spanish translation of "The epidemiology of knowledge and the spread of scientific information,"
Article, No:1200.

Garfield, E. " What citations tell us about Canadian research," The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 18 (4) p.14-35, 1993.
Article, No:421.

Garfield, E. "Mechanical indexing, structural linguistics and information retrieval," Journal of Information Science, 19 (12) p.164-165, 1993.
Naomi Sager's letter appears on p.165. Based on Garfield/Sher article,"The relationship between mechanical indexing, structural linguistics, and information retrieval," JIS, V.18, No:5, 1992.
Letter, No:406.

Garfield, E. "Science in the ROC and the Pacific Rim, 1981-1992: A citationist perspective ," p.1-48, 1993.
Presentation (Unpublished), at the Third Conference of Scientific Editors, Taipei. Translated into Chinese. March 17, 1993.
No:411
 
 

1992

Garfield, E. and Welljams-Dorof, A. " Citation data: their use as quantitative indicators for science and technology evaluation and policy-making," Science and Public Policy, 19 (5) p.321-327, 1992.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #49, Dec.7, 1992; EIS, V.15, P.190. pdf file available
Article, No:419

Garfield, E. and Welljams-Dorof, A. "The microbiology literature: Languages of publication and their relative citation impact ," FEMS Microbiology Letters,(100) p.33-38, 1992.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #47, p.6-10, 1992; EIS V.15, p.180, 1992. pdf file available
Article, No:1171.

Garfield, E. and Welljams-Dorof, A. "Of Nobel Class: A citation perspective on high impact research authors ," Theoretical Medicine,(13) p.117-135, 1992.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #33 & 35, p.3-13, and p.4-12, August 17 &31, 1992; EIS V.15, p.116.pdf file available
EIS V.15 p.128. pdf file available
Article, No:401.

Garfield, E. "The effectiveness of American Society of Agronomy journals: A citationist's perspective ," Research Ethics, Manuscript Review, and Journal Quality. ACS Miscellaneous Publication. Proceedings of a symposium on the Peer-Review / Editing Process. Mayland, H.F. and Sojka, R.E. eds., p.1-13, 1992.
Paper presented at a symposium on the Peer-Review / Editing Process, No:1173.

Garfield, E. " The relationship between mechanical indexing, structural linguistics and information retrieval," Journal of Information Science, 18 (5) p.343-354, 1992.
Article, No:399.

1991

Garfield, E. and Small, H. "Michael J. Moravcsik: Multidimensional scholar and hero of Third World science ," Scientometrics, 20 (1) p.19-23, 1991.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, #2, Jan.8, 1990; EIS V.13, p.9 (listed as Moravczik in Current Contents and EIS) pdf file available
Article, No:366.

Garfield, E. " A citation analysis of Austrian medical research and Wiener klinische Wochenschrift ," Wiener klinische Wochenschrift, 103 (11) p.318-325, 1991.
Article, No:367.

Garfield, E. " Seeking permission to use ISI's proprietary databases - Letter to the Editor," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 42 (6) p.464, 1991.
Re: Use of ISI's registered trademarks
Letter, No:377.

Garfield, E. "Decisions en Biomedicina: Se mantendran las bibliotecas hospitalarias al dia en la era de la informacion?
(Spanish translation of "Biomedical decision-making: Will hospital libraries keep pace with the information age?") ," Cuadernos de Salud, 3 p.79-96, 1991.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #25, #26, June 23 and 30, 1986. EIS, V.9, p. 197 (pdf file available) & p. 202 (pdf file available)
Presentation - Published. Paper presented at the Medical Health and Welfare Libraries Group Conference, U.K., July 5, 1985
No:378.
 
 

1990

Garfield, E. "How ISI selects journals for coverage ," Symposium on criteria for journal selection by the world's major information organizations, 1990.
Presentation. Published by Science and Technology Information Center and Science and Technology Library Network, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC."How ISI selects journals for coverage: Quantitative and qualitative considerations" based on above paper.
Reprinted in: Current Contents #22, May 28, 1990; EIS V.13, p.185 pdf file available
Paper. No:412

Garfield, E. and Welljams-Dorof, A "The consequences of a fraudulent scientist on his innocent coinvestigators," Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 264 (24) p.3145-3146, 1990.
Reply to letter by T. Wysocki and R.Wayne Fuqua, about E.Garfield & A. Welljams-Dorof article "The impact of fraudulent research on the scientific literature: the Stephen E. Breuning case," JAMA, 263, p.1424-1426, 1990.
Letter. No:358.

Garfield, E. and Welljams-Dorof, A. "The impact of fraudulent research on the scientific literature: The Stephen E. Breuning case ," Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 263 (10) p.1424-1426, 1990.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #12, Mar.19, 1990; EIS. V.13, P.90 pdf file available
Article, No:359.

Garfield, E. and Welljams-Dorof, A. "Language use in international research: A citation analysis ," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 511 (September) p.10-24, 1990.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #31, July 30, 1990; EIS. V.13, P.282 pdf file available
Article, No:360.

Garfield, E. "LDCs get price break on SCI CD-ROM ," Canadian Library Journal, 47 (3) p.151-152, 1990.
Letter, No:352.

Garfield, E. "Mapping cholera research and the impact of Shambu Nath De of Calcutta ," Current Science, 59 (13/14) p.643-649, 1990.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #14, Apr.7, 1986; EIS. V.9, P.103 pdf file available
Article, No:356.

Garfield, E. "Science Citation Index, Journal Citation Reports, and other ISI trademarks - Letter to the editor ," Information Processing & Management, 26 (4) p.573, 1990.
Re : Failure to indicate ISI's trademarks in article by Ronald Rousseau, IPM, 25(6), 1989
Letter, No:363.

Garfield, E. "A tribute to Eli and Lee Robins -- citation superstars ," Missouri Psychiatry, 18 (3) p.36-37, 1990.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #46, Nov.13, 1989; EIS V.12, P.321 pdf file available
(abbreviated paper in Missouri Psychiatry)
Article, No:

 Garfield, E. "Science in Romania," Chemical & Engineering News, 68 (17) p.75, 1990.
Letter, No:365.

Garfield, E. "Response to the panel on evaluation of scientific information and the impact of new information technology ," Journal of the American Society of Information Science, 41 (3) p.229-230, 1990.
Article, No:376.

Garfield, E.Allzeit Voran ~ Festschrift for Thomas Karger on the occasion of his 60th birthday, p.136, 1990.
Festschrift, No:380.

Garfield, E. "Standards for citations are 'sorely neededTheChronicle of Higher Education, p.B4, 1990.
Letter, No:422.

1989

Small, H. and Garfield, E. "Verification of results that logically related noninteractive literatures are potential sources of new knowledge ," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 40 (3) p.152, 1989.
Book Review, No:382.

Garfield, E. and Small, H. "Identifying the changing frontiers of science," Innovation: At The Crossroads Between Science & Technology [Conference Proceedings], The S. Neaman Press, Israel (Kranzberg, M., Elkana, Y., Tadmor, Z., eds.), p.51-65, 1989.
Article, No:362.

Garfield, E. "Man-made and natural carcinogens -- putting the risks in perspective ," Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 31 (6) p.589-590, 1989.
Article, No:355.

Garfield, E. "Prospective uses of citation data for identifying new research specialties in chemistry ," 41st Southeast Regional ACS Meeting ,(Program & Abstracts) p.22, 1989.
Abstract, No:368.

Garfield, E. "Chemical information as a commercial marketplace ," Proceedings of the Montreux 1989 International Chemical Information Conference, Montreux, Switzerland, Infonortics Ltd. Calne, Collier, H.R. ed., p.1-11, 1989.
Presentation at the 1989 International Chemical Information Conference, Montreux, Switzerland, No:397.

1988

Garfield, E., Kimberley, R., and Pendlebury, D. A. "Mapping the social sciences: the contribution of technology to information retrieval ," Information Technology: the public issues, Plant R., Gregory F., and Brier A. R., eds. Manchester University Press, London, U.K., Chapter 8 p.129-141, 1988.
Book Chapter, No:394.

Garfield, E. "Derek Price and the practical world of scientometrics ," Science Technology & Human Values, 13 (3/4) p.349-350, 1988.
Article, No:357.

Garfield, E. "The impact of citation counts ," The Times Higher Education Supplement,(819) p.12, 1988.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #17, Sep.12,1988; EIS V.11, p.296 pdf file available
Article, No:373.

Garfield, E. "Chemical information and new technology -- past, present, and future ," Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 195 (June) p.9, 1988.
Abstract, No:387.

1987

Garfield, E. "100 Citation Classics from the Journal of the American Medical Association ," Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 257 (1) p.52-59, 1987.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, #31, Aug.3, 1987; EIS V.10, P.206 pdf file available
Article, No:350.

Garfield, E. "First information engineer ," Business Software Review, p.4, 1987.
Letter, No:415.

1986

Garfield, E. "Will full-text electronic publishing bypass the need for the secondary services? " CBE Views, 9 (1) p.12, 1986.
Letter (Dialogue feature of CBE), No:342.

Garfield, E., Small, H., and Vladutz, G. "At the information exchange: Book review of "Scientific communications and informatics" by Mikhailov A.I., Chernyi, A.I., Giliarevskii R.S. Translated by Burger, R.H. " Nature, 319 (6051) p.272, 1986. pdf file available
Article - Book Review, No:341.

Garfield, E. "The relationship between international science indicators, Nobel class science, and science mapping in the formation of science policy ," p.1-22, 1986.
Statement before the House of Representatives committee on Science & Technology, Science Policy Task Force. Washington, DC. April, 1986.
Statement (Unpublished), No:343.

Garfield, E. "Medical research ," Trial, 22 (7) p.10, 1986.
Letter, No:344.

Garfield, E. "Mapping cholera research and the impact of Shambu Nath De of Calcutta ," Science Age , p.53-56, 1986.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #14, Apr.7, 1986. EIS V.9, p.103 pdf file available
Article, No:345.

Garfield, E. "JOURNAL IMPACT vs INFLUENCE: A need for five-year impact factors - Letter to the Editor ," Information Processing & Management, 22 (5) p.445, 1986.
Letter, No:346.

Garfield, E. "Which medical journals have the greatest impact ," Annals of Internal Medicine, 105 (2) p.313-320, 1986.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, #2, Jan.12,1987; EIS V.10, P.7. pdf file available
Article, No:347.

Garfield, E. "Mapping the world of biomedical engineering: ALZA lecture (1985) ," Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 14 (2) p.97-108, 1986. pdf file available
Article, No:348.

Garfield, E. "Mapping science for policy use ," Symposium on "Impact of advances in information technologies on science: policy issues". AAAS Annual Meeting, p.1-18, 1986. Philadelphia, PA.
Presentation. Unpublished,
No:349.

Garfield, E. "An investment in the future ," Chemtech, 16 (8) p.458-461, 1986.
Article, No:351.

Garfield, E. "Everyday problems in an information society ," Handbook of Information Technology and Office Systems, Cawkell, A.E., ed., North-Holland Press, Oxford, U.K., Chapter 48 p.883-887, 1986.
Book chapter, No:416.

1985

Garfield, E. "Society's unmet information needs ," Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science, 12 (1) p.6-7, 1985.
Article, No:340.

Small, H. and Garfield, E. "The geography of science: disciplinary and national mappings ," Journal of Information Science, 11 (4) p.147-159, 1985.
Reprinted in Current Contents #43, October 27, 1986:EIS, V.9, p.324, 1986. pdf file available pdf file available
Article, No:386.

Garfield, E. "The life and career of George Sarton -- the father of the history of science ," Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 21 (2) p.107-117, 1985.
Reprinted in:2 part essay on Sarton also published in Current Contents #25-26, Jun.24 and Jul.1, 1985; EIS, V.8, p.241-253, 1985. pdf file available
Article, No:353.

Garfield, E. "History of Citation Indexes for chemistry: A brief review ," Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 25 (3) p.170-174, 1985.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #6, Feb.10, 1986; EIS. V.9, P.42 pdf file available
Article - Review, No:354.

Garfield, E. "In tribute to Derek John De Solla Price -- A citation analysis of "Little Science, Big Science" ," Scientometrics, 7 (3-6) p.487-503, 1985.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #24, Jun.17, 1985; EIS. V.8, P.232 pdf file available
Article, No:361.

Garfield, E. "The impact of health information delivery on the quality of patient care: wither medical information science? " Health Libraries Review, 2 p.159-169, 1985.
Reprinted in:Current Contents #25 & #26, June 23 & 30, 1986; EIS V.9, p.198 & p.203 pdf file available
Article, No:374.

Garfield, E. "Online and printed information services ," Nachrichten Fur Dokumentation, 36 (6) p.275-276, 1985.
Letter, No:385.

Garfield, E. "Mapping the multi-disciplinary world of NFAIS ," NFAIS Newsletter, 27 (2) p.44-52, 1985.
Miles Conrad Lecture, NFAIS 27th Annual Conference, Arlington, VA. March 3-6, 1985
Lecture, No:389.

Fisher, J. and Garfield, E. "Information science and the plastic surgeon ," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 75 (6) p.914-920, 1985.
Article, No:339.

1984

Garfield, E. "Artificial Intelligence: Using computers to think about thinking. Part 2. Some practical applications of AI," Computer Compacts, 2 (2) p.47-53, 1984.
Article, No:330.

Garfield, E. "Artificial Intelligence: Using computers to think about thinking. Part 1. Representing Knowledge," Computer Compacts, 2 (1) p.4-8, 1984.
Article, No:328.

Garfield, E. "Publication dates ," Annals of Internal Medicine, 100 (3) p.457, 1984.
Letter, No:323.

Garfield, E. "Searching the literature ," British Medical Journal, 288 (6420) p.865, 1984.
Letter, No:324.

Garfield, E. "Competition ," New Scientist, 102 (1411) p.49, 1984.
Letter, No:326.

Garfield, E. "Review of Sci-Mate ," Annals of Internal Medicine, 100 (6) p.914, 1984.
Letter, No:327.

Garfield, E. "Photocopying ," Nature, 311 (5985) p.406, 1984.
Letter, No:331.

Garfield, E. "The information society: implications for national planning ," The Infrastructure of an Information Society (El-Hadidy, B., Horne, E. E., eds) Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., p.13-18, 1984.
Book Chapter, No:332.

Garfield, E. "Is public confidence in science declining? (Reprinted) ," Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 44 (2) p.80-82, 1984.
Reprinted in:Current Contents 45, p.5-13, Nov. 8, 1982, EIS. V.5, P.749-757 page 642
Article, No:333.

Excerpted and reprinted from CC 45, p.5-13, Nov. 8, 1982

Garfield, E. "Continuing relevance of superimposed coding ," Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 8 (4) p.181, 1984.
Letter, No:334.

Garfield, E. "Iatrogenic information overload ," Journal of Information Science, 8 (1) p.39, 1984.
Letter, No:335.

Garfield, E. "A romp around the United Kingdom research centers ," British Medical Journal, 289 (6438) p.187-188, 1984.
Letter, No:337.

Garfield, E. "Anthropology Journals: What they cite and what cites them (Reprinted) ," Current Anthropology, 25 (4) p.514-528, 1984.
First appeared as "Journal Citation Studies. 40. Anthropology Journals -- what they cite and what cites them" in CC, #37, Sep.12, 1983. EIS V.6, p.293-300.pdf file available
Article,No:338

Garfield, E. "The myth of the vicious circle of citation ," Journal of Information Science, 8 (2) p.89-90, 1984.
Letter, No:384.

Garfield, E. "Scientific editing ," American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA), 184 (6) p.649, 1984.
Letter, No:414.

Garfield, E. "ABCs of Cluster Mapping ," New Trends in International Librarianship, Mohanrajan, P.A., ed., Allied Publishers Private Limited,New Delhi, India, p.39-62, 1984. Festschrift for S.R. Ranganathan to mark the Platinum Jubilee of Madras University Library.
Reprinted from Current Contents #40 & 41, p.5-12, October 6 and 13, 1980. EIS, V.4, (2 parts)p.634 and 642pdf file available, p.634and page 642
Chapter. No:417.

Garfield, E. "Science in the Third World. Whether or not a Third World article is highly-cited depends on the recognition it gets from authors in the developed countries ," Science Age, 1 (3 & 4) p.59-65, 1983.
Article, No:317.

Garfield, E. "Document delivery systems ," National Forum, LXIII (3) p.8-10, 1983.
Article, No:307.

Garfield, E. "Online retrieval in the transition from bibliographic to encyclopedic information ," Increasing Productivity Through Library Automation (Helal, A.H., Weiss, J.W., eds.) Essen: Gesamthochschulbibliothek, 5 p.27-60, 1983.
Book Chapter, No:304.

Garfield, E. "Mapping science in the Third World ," Science and Public Policy, 10 (3) p.112-127, 1983.
Edited version of the 1982 Annual Magnus Pyke Science Policy Foundation Lecture
Article, No:308.

Garfield, E. "Citation, relation, evaluation, clarification ," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, p.298-299, 1983.
Letter, No:309.

Garfield, E. "Las universidades como productoras y consumidoras de informacion (Universities as producers and consumers of information) ," Inforum,2 (83) p.1-15, 1983.
Paper presented in September 1976 at Centro de Informacion Cientifica y Humanistica, MX.
Article, No:311.

Garfield, E. "The foreign language barrier: Problems in scientific communication ," Nature, 303 (5917) p.554, 1983.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, P.644 pdf file available
Book Review, No:312.

Garfield, E. "Carl Djerassi - chemist and entrepreneur ," Chemtech, 13 (9) p.534-538, 1983.
Article, No:314.

Garfield, E. "Science and Citation Analysis ," Scientific World, XXVII (1) p.21-24, 1983.
Article, No:315.

Garfield, E. "Sci-Mate: A user-friendly information storage and retrieval system for microcomputers ," The Application of Mini and Micro-computers in Information Documentation and Libraries (Keren, C., Perimutter, L., eds.) Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., p.79-84, 1983.
Book Chapter, No:316.

Garfield, E. "Current Contents: Landmark idea ," So you want to be a profitable database publisher, Washington, D.C.: Information Industry Association, p.30-36, 1983.
Article, No:320.

Garfield, E "Information services for the pharmaceutical industry: the transition from bibliographism to encyclopedism ," Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Association of Information Officers in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Information Industry Association, Oxford, U.K., p.136-142, 1983.
Article, No:322.

Garfield, E. "The future of information retrieval in the earth sciences: from bibliographism to encyclopedism ," Geoscience Information Society: Proceedings for 1983, 14 p.37-61, 1983.
Article, Proceedings, No:325.

Garfield, E. "If I'm alive, what am I doing here? " p.1-16, 1983.
ACS Patterson-Crane Award presentation, Columbus, OH. 1983.
Unpublished, No:420.
 
 

1982

Garfield, E. "The ethics of scientific publication: authorship attribution and citation amnesia ," p.1-17, 1982.
Presentation. (Unpublished),Council of Biology Editors, Louisville, KY. May 4, 1982
No:2000
 
 

1981

Garfield, E. "The Institute for Scientific Information ," Coping with the Biomedical Literature (Warren, K.S., eds.) New York: Praeger Publishers, Chapter 11 p.183-198, 1981.
Book Chapter, No:293.

Garfield, E. "How personal computers will affect the future of libraries and information centers ," Applied Systems and Cybernetics: Systems approaches in computer science and mathematics (Lasker, G.E., eds.) New York: Pergamon, 5 p.2365-2369, 1981.
Proceedings of the International Congress on Applied Systems Research and Cybernetics, December 12-16, 1980. Acapulco, Mexico
Proceedings, No:294.

Garfield, E. "Some new standards for chemistry journals ," p.1-26, 1981.
Article (Unpublished), No:295.

Garfield, E. "Testimony before Senate committee on Labor and Human Resources ," p.1-8, 1981.
Unpublished., No:413.

1980

Garfield, E. "The literature of marine biology ," Biologiya Morya, 3 p.3-20, 1980.
Article, No:289.

Garfield, E. "Is information retrieval in the arts and humanities inherently different from that in science? The effect that ISI's Citation Index for the arts and humanities is expected to have on future scholarship ," Library Quarterly, 50 (1) p.40-57, 1980.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, P.623pdf file available
Article, No:279.

Garfield, E. "The hazards of sunbathing ," Chemtech, 10 (6) p.337-339, 1980.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #8, Feb.19, 1979; EIS V.4, P.45 pdf file available
Article, No:284.

Garfield, E. "Online and print information services are not always equivalent for all users ," DATABASE, 3 (3) p.4-6, 1980.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, P.641 pdf file available
Article, No:285.

Garfield, E. "Citation measures of the influence of Robert K. Merton ," Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, Series II, 39 (2712) p.61-74, 1980.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #39, Sep.26, 1983 and #40, Oct.3, 1979; EIS V.6, P.314 and 321 pdf file available, p.314 and page 321
Article, No:287.

Garfield, E. "1985: New technology for libraries ," Library Journal, 105 (13) p.1473-1478, 1980.
Article, No:288.

Garfield, E. "ISI computer-based information services for the social sciences and the arts and humanities ," Databases in the Humanities and the Social Sciences (Raben, J., Marks, G., eds.) Amsterdam: North-Holland, p.315-319, 1980.
Book Chapter, No:291.

Garfield, E. "Is citation analysis a legitimate evaluation tool -- reply ," Scientometrics, 2 (1) p.92-94, 1980.
Letter, No:383.

Cawkell, A. E. and Garfield, E. "Assessing Einstein's impact on today's science by citation analysis ," Einstein: The First Hundred Years:(Goldsmith, M., Mackay, A., Woudhuysen, J. eds) Pergamon Press, NY, p.31-40, 1980.
Book Chapter, No:375.

1979

Garfield, E. "Is citation analysis a legitimate evaluation tool? " Scientometrics, 1 (4) p.359-375, 1979.
Article, No:277. pdf file available

Garfield, E. "Trends in biochemical literature ," Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 4 (12) p.N290-N295, 1979.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #11, Mar.17, 1980; EIS V.4, P.419 pdf file available
Article, No:278.

Garfield, E. "Current Contents: its impact on scientific communication ," Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 4 p.318-323, 1979.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, P.616 pdf file available
Article, No:281.

Garfield, E. "2001: An information society? " Journal of Information Science, 1 p.209-215, 1979.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, P.609 pdf file available
Article, No:282.

Garfield, E. "Making contacts at conferences ," IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, PC-22 (3) p.131-133, 1979.
Reprinted in:T/S V.2(7): P.7, Apr 4, 1988.
Reprinted in EIS, V.14, P.294, 1991. pdf file available
Article, No:283.

Garfield, E. "The scientific literature of Nordic countries ," Signum, 12 (8) p.167-180, 1979.
Article, No:286.

Garfield, E. "Highly cited old papers ," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 30 (4) p.234-235, 1979.
Letter, No:303.

Garfield, E. "Mapping the structure of science (Chapter 8) ," Citation Indexing: Its Theory and Application in Science, Technology, and Humanities, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. NY, p.98-147, 1979.
Book Chapter, No:1174.
Chapter 8, in CI Book

Garfield, E. "Radio: The neglected medium for scientific communication ," IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, PC-22 (1) p.14-15, 1979.
Reprinted from CC, #25, June 19, 1978, EIS.V.3, p.517 pdf file available
Article, No:390.
 
 

1978

Garfield, E., Malin, M., and Small, H. "Citation Data as Science Indicators (Chapter 8) ," Toward a metric of science: The advent of science indicators (Elkana Y., Lederberg J., Merton R.K., Thackray A., Zuckerman H., eds.) New York: Wiley, p.179-207, 1978.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, P.580 pdf file available
Book Chapter(#8) No:272.

Garfield, E. "How services from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) aid journal editors and publishers ," Scientific Information Transfer: the editor's role (Miriam Balaban, eds.) Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel Publishing Company, p.587-595, 1978.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #30, Jul 25, 1977; EIS V.3, P.189pdf file available Book Chapter, No:265.

Garfield, E. "What this country needs is a free phone call ," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 34 (2) p.56-59, 1978.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #38, Sep.19, 1977; EIS V.3 , P.226pdf file available
Article, No:271.

Garfield, E. "Where is chemical information science going? " Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 18 (1) p.1-4, 1978. pdf file available
Article, No:274.

Garfield, E. "A festschrift for Bjorn Tell: How will new technology change the characteristics of libraries and their users? " Knowledge and Development Reshaping Library and Information Services for the World of Tomorrow (Schwarz, S., Willers, U., eds.) Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology Library, p.147-156, 1978.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #3, Jan.15, 1979; EIS V.4, P.19pdf file available
Book Chapter, No:275.

Garfield, E. "The Science Citation Index as quality information filter ," Proceedings of the conference on Coping with Biomedical Literature Explosion: A Qualitative Approach. May 22-23, 1978, NY, New York: The Rockefeller Foundation Working Papers, p.68-77, 1978.
Proceedings, No:298.

1977

Garfield, E. "Can Italian biomedical journals survive? " Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, 21 (3) p.121-122, 1977.
Article, No:273.

Garfield, E. and Sim, M. "Index Chemicus Registry System - past, present and future ," Pure & Applied Chemistry, 49 p.1803-1805, 1977.
Article, No:270.

Garfield, E. and Lederberg, E. M. "Is the current system of scientific communication adequate to the age of plasmid engineering? " Plasmids -- Medical and Theoretical Aspects: Third International Symposium on Antibiotic Resistance (Mitsuhashi, S., Rosival, L., Krcmery, V., eds) Avicenum, Czech. Medical Press, Prague. Springer Verlag, p.389-393, 1977.
Paper, No:379.

Garfield, E., Koenig, M., and DiRenzo, T. "ISI data-base-produced information services ," IEEE Transactions of Professional Communication, PC-20 (2) p.95-99, 1977.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #45, Nov.7, 1977; EIS V.3, P.288pdf file available
Article, No:268.

Garfield, E. "Caution is urged in the use of citation analyses ," Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 2 (4) p.N84, 1977.
Letter, No:264.

Garfield, E. "One imperfect application does not destroy the value of citation analysis ," Canadian Psychological Review (Psychologie Canadienne), 18 (4) p.372, 1977.
Letter, No:266.

Garfield, E. "Hotel horror stories ," Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 19 (4) p.262-264, 1977.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #31, Aug.1, 1977; EIS V.3, P.198pdf file available

Article, No:267.

1976

Garfield, E. "The Permuterm Subject Index: an autobiographical review ," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 27 (5/6) p.288-291, 1976.
Reprinted in:EIS V.7, P.546pdffile available
Article, No:258.

Garfield, E. "There's more than one way ," Chemtech, 6 (3) p.167-173, 1976.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #29, July 19, 1976; EIS V.2, P.525pdf file available
"If you really want to know who's doing what to whom, try Citation Searching of the literature"
Article, No:254.

Garfield, E. "The Science Citation Index and ISI's Journal Citation Reports: Their implications for journal editors ," p.1-22, 1976.
Presentation at the Third General Assembly of the European Association of Editors of Biological Periodicals, Paris. May 10-12, 1976.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:255.

Garfield, E. "Is French science too provincial? " La Recherche, 7 (70) p.757-760, 1976.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #13, Apr.11, 1977; EIS V.3, P.89pdf file available
Article, No:257.

Garfield, E. "The journals pathologists write and the journals pathologists cite; to which is appended a list of highly cited articles from pathology journals ," Pathology Annual (Sommers, S.C., series editor), Appleton-Century Crofts, Div. Prentice-Hall, NY: 11 p.335-351, 1976.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #49 and #50, Dec. 6 & 13, 1976; EIS V.2, P.646pdf file available
Article, No:259.

Garfield, E. "Significant journals of science ," Nature, 264 (5587) p.609-617, 1976.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #24, Jun 13, 1977; EIS V.3, P.152; EIS V.6, P.573pdf file available and Vol:6, p.573
Article, No:260.

Cawkell, A. E. and Garfield, E. "Science-Technology Industry-University connections as discussed in Nature, 254(100);1975 - Letter to the Editor ," Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 16 (1) p.122, 1976.
Letter, No:395.

1975

Garfield, E. and Weinstock, M. "No-growth libraries and citation analysis, or Pulling weeds with Journal Citation Reports ," 1975.
Presented at Associated Colleges of the Midwest conference on Space, Growth, and Performance Problems of College and University Libraries. Chicago, April 17-18, 1975
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #26, Jun 30, 1975; EIS V.2, P.300 pdf file available Article. Presentation., No:246.

Garfield, E., Malin, M. V., and Small, H. "A system for automatic classification of scientific literature ," Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, 57 (2) p.61-74, 1975.
Presented at the Third International Study Conference on Classification Research. Bombay, India.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #42, Oct.20, 1975; EIS V.2., P.356-365 pdf file available
Article, No:229.

Garfield, E. "The World Brain as seen by an information entrepreneur," Information for Action: from knowledge to wisdom, (ed. M. Kochen) Academic Press, Inc. NY. (Book), Chapter 11 p.155-160, 1975.
Presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science symposium on "Reorganizing information resources to improve decision-making," San Francisco, February 27, 1974
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #48, Nov.29, 1976; EIS, V.2, P.638 pdf file available
Book Chapter, No:238.

Garfield, E. "Is there a future for the scientific journal? " Sci-Tech News, 29 (2) p.42-44, 1975.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #31, Aug.4, 1975; EIS V.2, P.318 pdf file available
Article, No:240.

Garfield, E. "Retrospective on the sciological and historical uses of citation data at ISI ," p.1-8, 1975.
Presented at "Use of citation data in the study of science"Belmont House, Baltimore, MD. April 1, 1975
Presentation. Unpublished, No:242.

Garfield, E. "What is the literature cited by agricultural scientists? A case study in literature dispersion ," p.1-14, 1975.
Presented at the World Congress of Agricultural Librarians and Documentalists, Mexico City. April 14-18, 1975
Presentation. Unpublished, No:243.

Garfield, E. "Mini-computer or on-line access? " MEDOK, 2 p.7-11, 1975.
Presented at the meeting of "Te-Klubben" (an informal association of medical librarians in the Oslo region, Biomedical Library of the University of Oslo. May 26, 1975
Article, No:247.

Garfield, E. "Citation analysis studies ," Science, 189 (4200) p.397, 1975.
Letter, No:248.

Garfield, E. "What is automatic indexing? " Journal of Documentation, 31 (3) p.216, 1975.
Letter, No:250.

Garfield, E. "Citation analysis, mechanical translation of chemical nomenclature, and the macrostructure of science ," Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science, 15 (3) p.153-155, 1975.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #5, Feb. 2, 1976; EIS V.2, P.415pdf file available
Article, No:251.

Garfield, E. "Dr. Garfield's remarks on accepting the ASIS Award of Merit ," p.1-6, 1975.
Remarks. Unpublished, No:252.

Garfield, E. "The entrepreneur as a doctoral candidate ," p.1-12, 1975.
Presented at the national meeting of American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, PA. April 6-11, 1975
Presentation. Unpublished, No:292.

Cawkell, A. E. and Garfield, E. "The Cost-effectiveness and Cost-benefits of commercial information services (Ash, J.E., Hyde, E. eds.) Chemical Information Systems, Halsted Press: a division of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. NY. " p.73-85, 1975.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #34, Aug.25, 1975; EIS V.2, P.328pdf file available
Book Chapter, No:249.

1974

Garfield, E. "Putting our money where our needs are ," Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science, 1 (1) p.10 and 32, 1974.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #39, Sep.25,1974; EIS V.2, P.151pdf file available
Article, No:235.

Garfield, E. "Hearings before the subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, second session ," Federal Information Systems and Plans -- Implications and Issues, Part 3, U.S. Government Printing Office. Washington, D.C.:GPO, p.883-901, 1974.
Testimony, No:239.

Garfield, E. "The Social Sciences Citation Index ," The American Sociologist, 9 (3) p.164-165, 1974.
Letter, No:228.

Garfield, E. "The responsibility and role of chemical information scientists in solving today's crises ," p.1-5, 1974.
Paper presented at American Institute of Chemists meeting, May 15, 1974.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:233.

Garfield, E. "Where is the information explosion taking us? " p.1-13, 1974.
Presentation at University of Houston, School of Library Science, Houston, TX. March 4, 1974.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:230.

Garfield, E. "Weekly subject index to Current Contents ," Methods of Information in Medicine, 13 (2) p.106-109, 1974.
Article, No:232.

Garfield, E. "Information retrieval: Where the action was, is, and will be ," p.1-13, 1974.
Presented at the Canadian Library Association meeting, Winnipeg, Canada. June 22, 1974
Article - Presentation. Unpublished, No:234.

Garfield, E. "Journal Citation Studies. 22. Russian journal references and citations in the Science Citation Index data-bank ," p.1-32, 1974.
Presented at a US/USSR symposium on "Forecasting information requirements and services," Yale University, New Haven, CT. October 20-23, 1974
Presentation (Unpublished), No:244.

Garfield, E. "The role of the information industry in the nation's economy: Preferential treatment for non-profits inhibits sound economic growth in an information-conscious society ," p.1-3, 1974.
Presented at a conference with the White House Office of Public Liaison, Washington, DC. December 11, 1974
Presentation (Unpublished), No:245.

Garfield, E. "The journal explosion ," The Medical Journal of Australia, 2 p.94, 1974.
Letter, No:306.

Garfield, E. "The "Other" Immortal: A memorable day with Henry E. Bliss ," Wilson Library Bulletin, 49 (4) p.288-292, 1974.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. #15, Apr.14, 1975; EIS V.2, P.250pdf file available
Article, No:371.

1973

Garfield, E., Revesz, G. S., and Batzig, J. H. "The Synthetic Chemical Literature from 1960 to 1969 ," Nature, 242 (5396) p.307-309, 1973.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, May 9, 1973; EIS V.1, P.443pdf file available
Article, No:220.

Garfield, E. and Granito, C. E. "Substructure search and correlation in the management of chemical information ," Naturwissenschaften, 60 p.189-197, 1973.
Article, No:302.

Garfield, E. "Is science information Information Science -- implications for the information revolution ," p.1-9, 1973.
Presented at 5th Annual National Meeting of the Information Industry Association (IIA), Philadelphia, PA. 1973
Presentation (Unpublished ), No:224.

Garfield, E. "Introductory remarks to present the various abstracts ," p.1-7, 1973.
Paper presented at the Rockland County Regional ACS Meeting. April 11, 1973.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:225.

Garfield, E. "Citation and distinction ," Nature, 242 (5398) p.485, 1973.
Reprinted in:Current Contents. Oct. 3,1973; EIS V.1, P.487pdf file available
Letter, No:226.

Garfield, E. "What scientific journals can tell us about scientific journals ," IEEE Transactions of Professional Communications, PC-16 (4) p.200-203, 1973.
Article, No:227.

Garfield, E. "Is there a future for the scientific journal ," p.1-10, 1973.
Presented at the University of Tennessee Medical Units, Memphis, TN. March 13, 1973
Presentation. Unpublished, No:236.

Garfield, E. "Historiographs, Librarianship and the History of Science ," Toward a theory of librarianship: Papers in honor of Jesse Hauk Shera. Rawski, C.H., ed., Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, N.J., p.380-402, 1973.
Reprinted in:Reprinted in Current Contents, #38, Sep.18, 1974, EIS, V.2, 134pdf file available
Article, No:1156.

Garfield, E. "Israel Journal of Agricultural Research ," Israel Journal of Agricultural Research, 23 (2) p.91, 1973.
Letter, No:391.

1972

Garfield, E. and Hayne, R. L. "Neue wege zur dokumentation in der synthetischen chemie ," Chemiker Zeitung, 96 (6) p.334-341, 1972.
Article, No:217.

Garfield, E. "Publish or Perish ," Archives of Surgery, 104 (3) p.355, 1972.
Letter, No:216.

Garfield, E. "Most frequently cited phytopathology journals ," Phytopathology News, 6 (3) p.4, 1972.
Article, No:215.

Garfield, E. "Communication, Engineering, and Engineers: A PSYCHOM '72 paper ," IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, PC-15 (2) p.49-51, 1972.
Article, No:219.

Garfield, E. "Citation analysis as a tool in journal evaluation ," Science, 178 (4060) p.471-479, 1972.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, Feb.7,1973; EIS V.1, P.527 pdf file available
Article, No:221.

Garfield, E. "Indexing terminology and permuted indexes ," Journal of Documentation, 28 (4) p.334-345, 1972.
Letter, No:223.

Garfield, E. "Where the action is, was, and will be -- for first and secondary authors ," 1972.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, March 15, 1972; EIS V.1, p.280-83pdf file available
Presented at the Meeting of the Board of Directors, Annual Reviews Inc., Palo Alto, CA. November 5, 1971
Presented at the University of Tennessee Medical Units, Memphis, TN. March 13, 1973
Presentation, Unpublished, No:211.

Garfield, E. "Research Productivity Index ," Archives of Pathology, 94 (3) p.276-277, 1972.
Letter, No:370.

Garfield, E. "Letter to the Editor ," Journal of the American Society for Information Scientists, 24 (2) p.166, 1972.
Re: Interrelationships of scientific journals
Letter, No:388.
 
 

1971

Garfield, E "Information science and the information-conscious society ," Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS), 22 (2) p.71-73, 1971.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, Sept. 9, 1971; EIS V.1, p.236pdf file available
Title in CC: "Science, Information Science and the Information-Conscious Society"
Article, No:203.

Garfield, E. and Malin, M. V. "The international network of ISI-linked National Information Centers ," p.1-7, 1971.
Presented at the International Conference on Information Science (ISLIC), Tel Aviv, Israel, Aug.29-Sep.3, 1971
Presentation, Unpublished, No:209.

Garfield, E., Granito, C. E., and Petrarca, A. E. "Information retrieval services and methods ," Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Supplement volume (2nd edition), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., NY, p.510-535, 1971.
Article, No:210.

Garfield, E. "Publication counting vs. citation counting in evaluating research ," Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS), 24 (2) p.166, 1971.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, #22, June 2, 1971; EIS, V.1. p.179-181
Letter, No:206.

Garfield, E. "The relationship between large multi-disciplinary systems and specialised information services ," p.1-19, 1971.
Presented at the (Third) Cranfield Conference on Mechanised Information Storage and Retrieval Systems, Cranfield, July 20-23, 1971
Presentation, Unpublished, No:207.

Garfield, E. "Information by the Pound ," New Scientist and Science Journal, 51 (763) p.341-342, 1971.
Letter, No:208.

Garfield, E. "The road to scientific oblivion ," Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 218 (6) p.886-887, 1971.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, December 22, 1971; EIS V.1, p.249-50pdf file available
Letter, No:212.

1970

Garfield, E and Sophar, G "Is copyright infringement by non-profit organizations always permissible? " ASLIB Proceedings, 22 (11) p.570, 1970.
Letter, No:202.

Garfield, E, Revesz, G, and Rubin, N "Fixed valence and molecular formula verification ," Chemistry, 43 p.13-15, 1970.
Article, No:201.

Garfield, E., Revesz, G., Granito, C. E., Dorr, H. A., Calderon, M. M., and Warner, A. "Index Chemicus Registry System -- pragmatic approach to substructure chemical retrieval ," Journal of Chemical Documentation, 10 (1) p.54-58, 1970.
Article, No:189.

Garfield, E. and Cawkell, A. E. "Location of milestone papers through citation networks ," Journal of Library History, 5 (2) p.184-188, 1970.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, Nov.25, 1970; EIS v.1, p.139pdf file available
Article (as a letter to the editor), No:190.

Garfield, E. "One-letter notation for calculating molecular formulas and searching long-chain peptides in the Index Chemicus Registry System ," Journal of Chemical Documentation, 10 (3) p.212-215, 1970.
Article, No:191.

Garfield, E. "Methods and objectives in judging the information content of document titles ," Journal of Chemical Documentation, 10 (4) p.260, 1970.
Article, No:192.

Garfield, E. "Social science periodical literature ," Journal of Documentation, 26 (1) p.69, 1970.
Letter, No:193.

Garfield, E. ""The Long Cold Sleep" (Book review of "The Immortalist" by Alan Harrington) ," New Scientist, 45 (706) p.590, 1970.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, January 20, 1970; EIS V.1, p.71-72pdf file available
Article; Book Review, No:195.

Garfield, E "Nonprofit competitors ," Library Journal, 95 (16) p.2854, 1970.
Letter, No:196.

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexing for studying science ," Nature, 227 (5259) p.669-671, 1970.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, November 18, 1970; EIS V.1, p.132-138pdf file available
Article, No:197.

Garfield, E "The role of man and machine in an international selective dissemination of information systems ," p.1-26, 1970.
Presented at the International Congress of Documentation: Users of Documentation, Beunos Aires: National Council for Scientific and Technical Research, Sept. 21-24, 1970.
Presentation, Unpublished, No:199.

Garfield, E "Citation Indexing, historio-bibliography, and the sociology of science ," Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Medical Librarianship, Amsterdam, K. Ellison Davis and W.D. Sweeney, Eds., Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, p.187-204, 1970.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, April 14, 1971; EIS V.1, p.156-158pdf file available
Conference Proceedings, No:200.

Garfield, E. "Food information services ," Food Manufacture, 45 (11) p.92-93, 1970.
Letter, No:204.

Garfield, E. "Cost effectiveness measures of information services for R&D managers ," Journal of Documentation, 26 (4) p.372-373, 1970.
Letter, No:205
.

1969

Garfield, E., Revesz, G. S., Dorr, H. A., Calderon, M. M., and Warner, A. "Sub-structure searching using the Index Chemicus registry system ," 1969.
Paper presented - 4th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, ACS, Washington D.C. February 1969.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:168.

Garfield, E. "The role of the medical librarian in SDI systems ," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 57 (4) p.348-351, 1969.
Article, No:154.

Garfield, E. "Publish or Perish ," New Scientist, 42 (649) p.378, 1969.
Letter, No:176.

Garfield, E. "Literature and the creative process - help or hindrance? " Journal of Chemical Documentation, 9 (3) p.183-190, 1969.
Article, No:183.

Garfield, E. "British quest for uniqueness versus American egocentrism ," Nature, 223 (5207) p.763, 1969.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, Feb.11, 1970; EIS v.1. p.77-78
Letter, No:184.

Garfield, E. "Science publication ," Chemistry in Britain, 5 (1) p.37, 1969.
Reprinted in:Current Contents, Sep.16, 1970; EIS v.1, p.126pdf file available
Letter, No:198.

Garfield, E. "Providing access to information in machine readable forms, Part II ," Copyright and Related Protections for Information Age Products: Proceedings and related documents of the meeting of the Information Industry Association, Washington, DC., p.79-84, 1969.
Presented at IIA meeting on Copyright and Related Protections for Information Age Products, Airlie House, VA., July 18-19, 1969
Paper , No:1220.
 
 

1968

Garfield, E. "The information implosion ," Chemistry, 41 (7) p.24-31, 1968.
Article, No:156.

Garfield E. and Malin, M. V. "Can Nobel Prize winners be predicted? " p.1-17, 1968.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:166.
Paper presented at 135th Annual Meeting, AAAS, Dallas, TX. December 26-31, 1968

Garfield, E. "Chemical Abstracts Service Annual Report to NSF ," Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 24 (6) p.43-44, 1968.
Article, No:150.

Garfield, E. "Numeric vs. alphabetic order for cited references ," New Scientist, 39 (614) p.565-566, 1968.
Reprinted in:Current Contents/LS, #50, December 10, 1968; EIS v.1, p.27pdf file available
Letter, No:151.

Garfield, E. "Comments on editorial, "Where did I see that paper?" ," Annals of Internal Medicine, 68 (3) p.713, 1968.
Letter, No:152 .

Garfield, E. "DOD 'myths' ," Chemical and Engineering News, 46 (40) p.7-8, 1968.
Letter, No:158.

Garfield, E. "The language barrier in medical communication ," Canadian Medical Association Journal, 99 (11) p.561-562, 1968.
Letter, No:159.

Garfield, E. ""World Brain" or "Memex?" Mechanical and intellectual requirements for universal bibliographic control ," The Foundations of Access To Knowledge, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, p.169-196, 1968.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, p.540pdf file available
Article, No:369.

1967

Garfield, E., Sher. I.H., Foeman, G. H., Revesz, G. S., Romanec, M. J., and Warner, A. "CA efficiency challenged ," Chemical and Engineering News, 45 (10) p.6-7, 1967.
Letter, No:135.

Garfield, E. and Sher, I. H. "ISI's experiences with ASCA -- a selective dissemination system ," Journal of Chemical Documentation, 7 (3) p.147-153, 1967.
Reprinted in:EIS v.6, p.533 pdf file available
Article, No:140.

Garfield, E. and Sher, I. H. "Diagonal Display - a new technique for graphic representation of complex topological networks (Report prepared for U.S. Air Force, Directorate of Information Services, Rosslyn, VA.22209) ," 1967.
Report - No:143

Garfield, E. and Sher. I. "ASCA (Automatic Subject Citation Alert) -- a new personalized current awareness service for scientists ," American Behavioral Scientist, 10 (5) p.29-32, 1967.
Reprinted in:EIS V.6, p.514 pdf file available
Article, No:131.

Garfield, E. "Comments on an index to medical book reviews ," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 55 (3) p.338, 1967.
Letter, No:132.

Garfield, E. "Information retrieval ," Science, 156 (3780) p.1398-1401, 1967.
Reprinted in:EIS v.7, p.543pdf file available
Article, No:138.
Report. EIS title, "Education and Training for Information Retrieval"

Garfield, E. "Primordial concepts, citation indexing and historio-bibliography ," Journal of Library History, 2 (3) p.235-249, 1967.
Reprinted in:EIS v.6, p.518 pdf file available
Article, No:139.

Garfield, E. "Applications of Data Processing Machines (Computers) to the Problems of Scientific and Technical Information at the Institute for Scientific Information." (April 1967).
Conference in Leipzig, Germany.
Presentation, Unpublished. No:136.

1966

Sher, I. H. and E. Garfield. "New Tools for Improving and Evaluating the Effiectiveness of Research." Research Program Effectiveness, (M.C. Yovits, D.M. Gilford, R.H. Wilcox, E. Staveley, H.D. Lemer, Eds.) New York: Gordon and Breach, p.135-46, 1966.
Proceedings of the conference sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, Washington, D.C. July 27-29.
Proceedings - No:108.

Sher, I. H., E. Garfield, and A. W. Elias. "Control and Elimination of Errors in ISI Services." Journal of Chemical Documentation 6, no. 3 p.132, 1966.
Presented before the division of Chemical Literature, symposium on Error Control in the Chemical Literature, ACS, Pittsburgh, PS, March 23, 1966.
Paper - No:117.

Garfield, E. "ISI Services in the Design of Small-User Systems." Journal of Chemical Documentation 6 p.164-68, 1966
Paper - No:118.

Garfield, E. "Patent Citation Indexing and the Notions of Novelty, Similarity, and Relevance." Journal of Chemical Documentation 6, no. 2 p. 63-65, May 1966.
Reprinted in: EIS v.7, p.536
Paper - No:120.

Garfield, E. "Special Librarian -- Master of, or Slave to the Machine?"p.1-6, May 1966.
Presented at the 57th Special Libraries Association Annual Convention, Minneapolis, MN, May 31, 1966.
Presentation (Unpublished) No:122.

Garfield, E. "Can the Surgeon Keep Up With New Scientific Information?" June, 1966
Presented at the Third Annual Alumni Conference of the school of medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. June 17, 1966.
Presentation - Unpublished. No:123.

Garfield, E. "Typographical Errors." Chemistry and Industry , 25, p.1040, June 1966.
No:124.

Garfield, E. "Use of Foreign Language Journals." Sci-Tech News 20:4, p. 124-25. 1966.
No:126.

Garfield, E. "More on the 'Dark Side'." Scientific Research, 1(8), p. 4-6, August 1966.
No:128.

Garfield, E. "Objective Estimate of Creativity." Chemical and Engineering News, 44(46), p.6, November 1966.
Reprinted in:CC. Aug.26, 1970; EIS V.1, p.120
No:129.

Garfield, E., I. H. Sher, and J. Byk. "Information Systems for the Scientific Literature." Submitted for Presentation at ACM, 1966.

Unpublished. No:165.

1965

Garfield, E. "More on Abstracting Services." The Cornucopia21(10) March 1965.
Letter - No:101.

Garfield, E. and Torpie R.J. "Dissemination and Retrieval of Information in Microbiology and Chemotherapy by Citation Indexing." p.1-14, October 1965.
Presented at the Fifth Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy and the IVth International Congress of Chemotherapy (Joint Meeting), Washington, D.C.
Presentation - Unpublished. No:103.

Garfield, E. and L. J. Stevens. "Uber Den Science Citation Index (SCI) Und Verwandte Entwicklungen Der Jungsten Zeit." Nachrichten Fur Dokumentation, 16(3), p.130-140, 1965.
No:106.

Garfield, E. "Science Citation Index - Answers to Frequently Asked Questions." Revue Internationale De La Documentation, 32(3), p.112-16,1965.
No:109.

Garfield, E. "Reply to Randall Review of the Science Citation Index." Sci-Tech News, 18(4), p. 133-42, 1965.
No:111.

Garfield, E. "Selective Dissemination and Retrieval of Information in Biomedical Engineering." p.1-14, November 1965.
Presented at the 18th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Philadelphia, PA.
Presentation - Unpublished. No:112.

Garfield, E. "Evaluating Published Contributions ." Special Libraries, 56(2), p.134-35, February 1965.

Letter. No:113.

Garfield, E. et al. "Can Citation Indexing Be Automated?" National Bureau of Standards Miscellaneous Publication , 269, p.189-92, December 1965.
No:114.

Garfield, E. "What Is Relevant in a Patent Search?" p.1-11, September 1965.
Presented at the American Chemical Society, joint meeting of divisions of Chemical Literature and Chemical Marketing and Economics; Atlantic City, N.J.
Unpublished. No:115.

Sher, I. H. and E. Garfield. "Applicability of ASCA to the Literature Requirements of the Chemist," 1965.
Presented at the ACS meeting.
Unpublished. No:100.

Garfield, E. "More on Abstracting Services." The Cornucopia, 21(10), March 1965.
Letters from Herbert Schwartz and E. Garfield were exchanged on this subject.
No:101.

Garfield, E. and I. H. Sher. "Dissemination and Retrieval of Information of Interest to Optical Scientists." Optical Society of America, Annual Meeting, 1965, Philadelphia (1965): 21.
Paper presented at the Optical Society of America, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. October 1965. One of many papers / presentations on the applicability of ASCA now Research Alert. Abstract of presentation.
Unpublished. No:102.

Elias, A. W. and others. "Mechanization of Chemical Information Publications and Services." (1965).
ACS meeting Detroit.
Unpublished. No:105.

1964

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexing: A Natural Science Literature Retrieval System for the Social Sciences." The American Behavioral Scientist, 7(10), p.58-61, June 1964.
Reprinted in: EIS V.6, p.499
No:82.

Garfield, E. and I. H. Sher. "Article-by-Article Coverage of Selected Abstracting Services." Published by the Institute for Scientific Information, Philadelphia, PA. p.1-128, October 1964.
Report -- based on work done by ISI under NSF contract C-332.
No:83.

Garfield, E. "Scientists and Politics." Chemical And Engineering News, 42(43) p.4-5, 1964.
No: 84.

Garfield, E. and I. H. Sher. "Index Searching." Chemical And Engineering News, 42(45) p.4, 1964.

Letter - No:85.

278. Garfield, E. "Comments on Abstracting Services." The Cornucopia. American Chemical Society, Div. of Agriculture & Food Chemistry, 19, p.6-8, August 1964.
No: 86.

Garfield, E. "Abstracting and Problems of Copyright." Reprography and Copyright Law. Baltimore: American Institute of Biological Sciences. Lowell H. Hattery and George P. Bush, Eds. Chapter 13, p.112-18, 1964
No:88.

Sher, I. H., J. O'Connor, and E. Garfield. "Rotadex -- A New Index for Generic Searching of Chemical Compounds." Journal of Chemical Documentation, 4(1) p.49-53, 1964.
No: 92.

Garfield, E. "Science Citation Index -- A New Dimension in Indexing." Science, 144(3619) p.649-54, May 1964.
No: 96.

Garfield, E. "Statistical Analyses of International Chemical Research by Individual Chemists, Languages and Countries." p. 1-21, September 1964.
Presented at the Meeting of American Chemical Society, Divisionof Chemical Literature, Chicago, IL.
Unpublished. No:97.

Garfield, E., I. H. Sher, and R. J. Torpie. "The Use of Citation Data in Writing the History of Science." Published by The Institute for Scientific Information, December 1964.
Report of research for Air Force Office of Scientific Research under contract AF49(638)-1256.
No:99.

284. Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes for Evaluation of Research Productivity." August 1964.
Submitted to Harvard Business Review.
Unpublished. No: 94.

Garfield, E. and I. H. Sher. "Survey of Chemical Notation Systems : Interview With I. Moyer Hunsberger." National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council, Washington DC Publication 1150, p.250-260, 1964.
No:107.

1963

Garfield, E. and I. Sher. "New Factors in the Evaluation of Scientific Literature Through Citation Indexing." American Documentation 14(3), p.195-201, July 1963.
Reprinted in: EIS V6, p.492-498
No:61.

287. Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes in Sociological and Historical Research." American Documentation, 14(4) p.289-91, October 1963.
Reprinted in:CC, Aug.26, 1969; EIS V.1, p.43
No: 62.

Garfield, E. "Needed -- Relativistic Theory of Information Science." Automation and Scientific Communication: Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting of the American Documentation Institute Part 3 p.419-20, 1963.
Reprinted in: EIS. V7, p.523-24

No:63.

Garfield, E. "Generic Searching by Use of Rotated Formula Indexes." Journal of Chemical Documentation, 3(2), p.97-103, 1963.
No:75.

Garfield, E. "Using the Literature." New Scientist, 20(367) p.558, November 1963.

No:77.

Garfield, E. "Citations in Popular and Interpretive Science Writing." Science, 141(3579) p.392, 1963.

Letter. No:79.

Garfield, E.. "Testimony Before the Ad Hoc Subcommittee of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Eighty-Eighth Congress, First Session, 1963." Hearings on a National Research Data Processing and Information Retrieval Center, Washington, D.C. : GPO, p. 227-52, 1963.
No:81.

Garfield, E. "Science Citation Index." Science Citation Index 1961, 1, p.v-xvi, 1963.
No:80.

Sher, I. H. and Garfield, E. "The Genetics Citation Index experiment ," Automation and Scientific Communication (secondary distribution of information) at 26th Annual Meeting of American Documentation Institute, Chicago, IL, p.63-64, 1963.
Material distributed at 26th Annual Meeting of American Documentation Institute, Chicago, IL. Also in Genetics Citation Index
Reprinted in:EIS. V.7, p.515-522pdf file available
Article, No:1164.
 
 

1962

Garfield, E. "An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas." The Journal of Chemical Documentation 2 , p.177-79, 1962.
Presented before American Chemical Society, Division of Chemical Literature, March 22, 1962, Washington, D.C. Based on doctoral thesis (#47A).
No: 47.

Garfield, E."Language, Linguistics, Science Information and the Pursuit of Knowledge." (1962). Lecture given at Swarthmore College, PA.
Unpublished. No: 58.

Garfield, E. "Copying and Reproducing Device. Patent #3,064,078." p.1-4. November 1962
Patent.
No:60.

Garfield, E. "Copying and Reproducing Device. Patent #3,052,755." p.1-4, September 1962.
Patent No:59.

Markus, J. "State of the Art of Published Indexes."American Documentation, 13(1), p.15-30, January 1962. ( Comments by Garfield E. included in this paper)
No:54.

1961

Garfield, E. "An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas." Institute for Scientific Information, Philadelphia, PA. p.1-68, 1961.
Presented to the faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1961.
See Review by John S. Showell in J. Am. Oil Chemists' Soc. Vol:39, #3, p.32-34, March 1962. (#47B).
No:47A.

Garfield, E. "Information Theory and Other Quantitative Factors in Code Design for Document Card Systems." Journal of Chemical Documentation,1, p. 70-75, 1961.
No: 50.

Garfield, E. "Chemico-Linguistics: Computer Translation of Chemical Nomenclature." Nature, 192(4798) p.192, October 1961.
No:53.

Garfield, E. "Introduction to Index Chemicus: Author Index and Molecular Formula Index." p.1 and 33, 1961.
No:48.

Garfield, E. "Esthetic and Psychological Factors in the Design of Published Indexes." (1961).
Presented at the ADI meeting, Boston, MA., Fall 1961.
No: 55.

1960

Garfield, E. "The Steroid Literature Coding Project." Chemical Literature, 12(3), p.7, 1960.
No:46.

1959

Garfield, E. "A Unified Index to Science," Proceedings of the International Conference on Scientific Information. 1958. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council, 1, p.461-74, 1959.
Conference Proceedings
Reprinted in:CC, December 27, 1976, p.5-20; EIS. V.2, p.672-688
No: 39.

Garfield, E. "Copyright, Contents Pages, Cooperation, Conscience.... Necessary Ingredients for the Effective Dissemination of Scientific Knowledge." The Percolator, 35(1), p.19-23, August 1959.
Presented at the Annual Symposium, Library of the Chemists Club, New York City, April 28, 1959.
No:40.

1957

Rockwell, H. E., R. L. Hayne, and E. Garfield. "A Unique System for Rapid Access to Large Volumes of Pharmacological Data; Application to Published Literature on Chlorpromazine." Federation Proceedings, U.S.A. 16(3), p. 726-31, September 1957.
No:33.

Garfield, E. "Breaking the Subject Index Barrier -- a Citation Index for Chemical Patents." Journal of the Patent Office Society, 39(8), p.583-95, August 1957.
No: 34.

Avakian, E. A. and E. Garfield. "AMFIS -- The Automatic Microfilm Information System." Special Libraries, 48 , p.145-48, April 1957.
No: 36.

Garfield, E. " Proceedings of the International Study Conference on Classification for Information Retrieval (New York: Pergamon Press)." p. 91, 98, 106, 108. May 1957.
Comments included in the discussion at Conference in Dorking, England.
No: 35.

1956

Garfield, E. "The Dissemination of Current Research Information Through a Cooperative Contents Page -- Abstracting Service."
Abstract of Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting, American Documentation Institute, New York City (December 1956).
Unpublished.
Presentation - Unpublished. No:29.

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes - New Paths to Scientific Knowledge." The Chemical Bulletin, 43(4), p.11-12, April 1956.
No:31.

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes for Science." Science, 123(3184), p. 61-62, 1956.
No:32.

Garfield, E. "Proposal for Research in Mechanical Indexing," p. 1-4, April 1956
No:28.

1955

Garfield, E. "The Preparation of Printed Indexes by Automatic Punched-Card Techniques." American Documentation, 6(2), p.68-76, 1955
. No:21.

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes for Science: A New Dimension in Documentation through Association of Ideas." Science, 122(3159), p.108-11, July 1955.
Reprinted in Readings in Information Retrieval, p.261-274, (H.S. Sharp. Ed.), The Scarecrow Press, Inc. 1964 (book in EG's office). No: 25.

Garfield, E. "Citation Indexes -- New Dimension in Documentation." p. 1-4, November 1955. Presented at American Documentation Institute meeting in Philadelphia, PA on 11/2/55 (Bible Citation Index).
No:22

Himwich, W. A., Garfield, E., Field, H. G., Whittock, J. M., and Larkey, S. V. "Final report on machine methods for information searching ," Welch Medical Library Indexing Project, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. (Sponsored by the Armed Forces Medical Library), p.1-38, 1955.
Paper, No:26.

Garfield, E. and Hayne, R. "Needed - A National Science Intelligence and Documentation Center ," p.1-7, 1955.
Presented at the "Symposium on storage and retrieval of scientific information". Annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), December 28, 1955, Atlanta, GA.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:24.

Garfield, E. "The Literature Department as the Intelligence Center of the R&D ," p.1-7, 1955.
Presented at the ACS Symposium on "The communication of technical information in an industrial organization" in Minneapolis.
Presentation (Unpublished), No:23.

1954

Garfield, E. "Preliminary Report on the Mechanical Analysis of Information by Use of the 101 Statistical Punched Card Machine." American Documentation, 5(1) p.7-12, 1954.
No:15.

Bernard, S. A., E. Garfield, and L. P. Hammett. "Specific Effects in Acid Catalysis by Ion Exchange Resins. III. Some Observations on the Effect of Polyvalent Cations." Journal of the American Chemical Society, 76(4), p.991-92, 1954.
No:17.

Garfield, E. "The Preparation of Subject-Heading Lists by Automatic Punched-Card Techniques." The Journal of Documentation , 10(1) p.1-10, March 1954.
No:18.

Garfield, E. "Forms for Literature Citations." Science, 120(3129), p.1038-41, December 1954.
No: 19.

Himwich W. A., Field H.G., Garfield E., Whittock J.M., Larkey S.V. "Survey of World Medical Serials and Coverage by Indexing and Abstracting Services." Welch Medical Library Indexing Project (Sponsored by the Armed Forces Medical Library), The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. (1954).
No:20.

Garfield, E. "Association-of-Ideas Techniques in Documentation: Shepardizing the Literature of Science." (1954).
Submitted as course work to: Research Information Center, National Bureau of Standards.
No:16.

Garfield, E. "Documentation -- the Organisation of Scientific Information for Retrieval." , 1954.
ACS continuation course, Philadelphia, PA.
Unpublished. No:49.

1953

Garfield, E. "Reading for Maximum Profit." The New York Times, p.22, December 1953.
No:12.

Garfield, E. " Machine Techniques in Scientific Documentation: Outline of Study," January 1953.
No: 11.

Garfield, E. " Machine Indexing, Machine Indexes, and the Preparation of Printed Indexes by Machines." Welch Symposium, March 1953. Abstract only.
No: 10.

Garfield, E. "Librarian Versus Documentalist," 1953. Submitted to Special Libraries.
Paper - Unpublished. No:9

Garfield, E. "Electronics in the Half-Tone Process," November 1953.
Presented at a seminar course on "History of Printing" Columbia University, School of Library Science, New York.
No: 8.

Garfield, E. "Basic List of Works in Documentation," 1953.
No: 6.

1952

Garfield, E. "The Mechanization of Indexing," September 1952.
Paper . Unpublished. No:4

Garfield, E. "Machine Methods in Indexing," February 1952.
Unpublished, No: 3.

Garfield, E. "The Crisis in Chemical Literature," September 1952.
Address to ACS, Baltimore, MD. Short presentation made 1-5 years after joining Welch Indexing Project at JHU and while doing volunteer abstracting for
 
 

Commentaries in The Scientist

by Eugene Garfield

1992-1993

1992

 

 

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                          411   Mentoring Young Scientists Is an

                                Imperative--And a Pragmatic Necessity.

                                Eugene Garfield The Scientist,   

                                Vol.6(24), p.12, 7 December 1992.
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                         413   As We Launch into the New Year,

                               Reality Must Temper Expectations

                              The Scientist,   Vol.7(1), p.12, 11 January 1993.Full Text 

                                (Essays/Vol:15)                                          

                         415   Electronic Publishing Extends

                               Reach of Scientists--And of The

                               Scientist. Eugene Garfield

                               The Scientist, Vol.7(3), p.12, 8 February 1993.

                               Full Text 

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                         417   A Pat on the Back for Westinghouse

                               Finalists--And for the Talent

                               Search Sponsors as Well. 

                               The Scientist, Vol:7(5), p.12, 8 March 1993.

                               Full Text 

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                         419   Citation Searches Can Be Powerful

                               Tools in Combating Redundant

                               Publication. 

                               The Scientist, Vol:7(8), p.12, 19 April 1993.

                               Full Text 

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                         421   Top Flight Research at Small Colleges

                               Merits More Recognition, More Support.

                               Eugene Garfield. 

                                The Scientist,   Vol.7(11), p.12,31 May 1993.Full Text 

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                         423   Scientists Should Understand the

                               Limitations as Well as the Virtues

                               of Citation Analysis. Eugene Garfield.

                                The Scientist,   Vol.7(14), p.12, 12 July  1993.

                                Full Text 

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                         425   Despite Problems with Peer Review,

                               Science Publishing Is Healthier than

                               Ever. Eugene Garfield.

                               The Scientist, Vol:7(18), p.12, 20 September 1993.

                                Full Text 

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                         427   Hillary Clinton and Mary Lasker:  A

                               Photo in Proper Focus. Eugene Garfield.

                               The Scientist, Vol:7(21), p.12,   1 November 1993.

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                        429   How an Understanding of  Science History is Useful, 

                                Enriching, and Rewarding.

                                 The Scientist, Vol:7(24), p.12, 13 December, 1993.

                                 Full Text 

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Citation Comments - 1995

CITATION COMMENTS - 1994

EUGENE GARFIELD

Philadelphia, PA.


Citation Comments - 1994

No: CC#  CC Pg.     Date               Title



 1.   1   3 - 4    3 Jan 94  The concept of Citation Indexing: a unique  and innovative

                             tool for navigating the research literature.Full Text



 2.   5   3 - 5   31 Jan 94  Where was this paper cited? Full Text



 3.   9   3 - 5   28 Feb 94  Citation-based and descriptor-based

                             search strategies.  Full Text



 4.  13   3 - 5   28 Mar 94  Tailoring the Search.    Full Text



 5.  17   3 - 5   25 Apr 94  The relationship between citing and cited

                             publications: A question of relatedness.   Full Text



 6.  21   3 - 5   23 May 94  Linking literatures: An intriguing use of

                             the Citation Index. Full Text



 7.  25   3 - 7   29 Jun 94  The Impact Factor.  Full Text



 8.  29   3 - 5   18 Jul 94  Using the Impact Factor.  Full Text



 9.  33   3 - 5   15 Aug 94  The application of citation indexing to  journal management. Full Text



10.  37   3 - 5   12 Sep 94  Expected Citation Rates, Half-Life, and  Impact Ratios: 

                             Comparing apples to apples  in evaluation research.   Full Text



11.  41   3 - 6   10 Oct 94  Research Fronts.    Full Text



12.  45   5 - 9    7 Nov 94  Scientography: Mapping the Tracks of Science.  Full Text



13.  49   3 - 7    5 Dec 94  Mapping the precursors of Modern  Structural Biology.  Full Text

CITATION COMMENTS - 1995

EUGENE GARFIELD

No: CC# CC Pg.    Date               Title



1.  1   3 - 4   2 Jan 95  The ISI Electronic Library: Project Goals and liminary Issues.



2.  5   3 - 5  30 Jan 95  Reaction Similarity and Retrieval.



3.  9   3 - 5  27 Feb 95  Just Browsing: The Reaction Citation Index.



4. 13   3 - 4  27 Mar 95  Monitoring Complex Literature: the Advantages of

                           Using a Multidisciplinary Database.





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