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Psychol Sci. 2007 Apr;18(4):283-6.

Publishing trends of psychology faculty during their pretenure years.

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Psychological Studies in Education, Temple University, 1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19122, USA. jpbyrnes@temple.edu

Abstract

This article describes an analysis of the productivity of psychology faculty during their first 7 postdoctoral years. The primary goal was to provide objective data regarding the typical rates of productivity for untenured cognitive, developmental, and social psychologists who hold appointments at highly ranked institutions. Although the median rate of pretenure publishing conforms to informal impressions that junior faculty are typically awarded tenure if they publish at least one or two articles per year, tenure was awarded to 25% of the sample even though these individuals published less than one article per year. This finding cannot be explained by appealing to (a) the number of articles published prior to accepting a tenure-track appointment, (b) the number of chapters produced, or (c) the impact factors of the journals in which the individuals published.

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