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THE USE OF CITATION DATA IN WRITING THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE
A study is reported which tested the hypothesis that citation indexes are useful heuristic tools for the historian. Expand
Long-term hospital treatment of borderline patients: a descriptive outcome study.
- L. Tucker, S. F. Bauer, S. Wagner, D. Harlam, I. Sher
- Psychology, Medicine
- The American journal of psychiatry
- 1 November 1987
The authors report a prospective 2-year outcome study of 40 inpatients with severe personality disorders who were treated on a specialized long-term unit for patients with "borderline conditions."… Expand
KeyWords Plus - Algorithmic Derivative Indexing
We showed that using the titles of articles cited in a source text to determine which MESH terms had been assigned to each of the cited references in a current source text would produce relevant indexing terms. Expand
New Tools for Improving and Evaluating The Effectiveness of Research
Using a novel concept called citation indexing, the Institute for Scientific Information comprehensively indexes on a current basis every item published in over a thousand jou~ nals as well as every U.S. Patent issued. Expand
ISI's Experiences with ASCA-A Selective Dissemination System
Strauss and Carpenter outcome criteria--revised.
Poor inter-rater reliability of the Strauss and Carpenter Outcome Criteria in hospital outcome study was attributed to lack of operational definition. A revision aimed at remedying this problem was… Expand
Two-Step Mixed Indicator for Kjeldahl Nitrogen Titration
- I. Sher
- 1 May 1955