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- Citation analysis and bibliometric research in the field of ergonomics
Smith, Derek R.
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Health, School of Health Sciences
- Given that journal impact factors now represent such a “hot” topic in the modern scientific world, it is essential that ergonomists remain fully cognizant of the citation-based research that has been conducted in our field. This article reviews and examines bibliometric research in the ergonomics profession, ranging from seminal work on content analysis and citation indexing, to some of the latest research describing ergonomics journal lists and longitudinal impact factor trends. Overall, history has shown how citation-based studies have become increasingly common in the ergonomics field during the past few decades, and, as we move through the 21st century, ergonomics journals continue to mature as a result.
- Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries Vol. 20, Issue 3, p. 202-210
- Publisher Link
- Wiley-Blackwell Publishing
- Resource Type
- journal article