Articles about Authorship Credit
Stith, S.M., Jester, S.B., & Linn, J.L. (1992). Student-faculty collaborative research. Family Relations, 41, 470-474.
Fine, M.A., & Kurdek, L.A. (1993). Reflections on determining authorship credit and authorship order on faculty-student collaborations. American Psychologist, 48(11), 1141-1147.
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The newest issue, November 2005, of Journal of Marriage and Family highlights theoretical and methodological issues in studying families. Alan Acock has an article on 'working with missing values' and you will find articles on linking theory and methods, studying dyads using longitudinal methods, two-wave panel analysis, participatory research, comparing statistical programs, and much much more.