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Emotional Characteristics Curiosity: Unlike most people who are indifferent to common phenomena, a researcher pays attention even to the most common things. In other words, many of the things that are normal for the general public are mysterious to them. Although the researcher cannot meditate on all matters, her mind gets full of questions and Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 7)[…]
I. Critical Approach to Problems Quick and easy understanding of the information provided by the professors or authors enables the researcher to pay attention to easily pass the surface and reach the deeper layers and dimensions of the issues. So the researcher can notice issues, such as internal consistency and coherence, consistency with the previous Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)[…]
H. Holistic and Structured Approach to Understanding Problems The process of thinking, in addition to requiring the researcher’s knowledge of the available information, is only possible in the light of the integration and adjustment of information. So lack of the ability of systematic thinking not only makes thinking difficult but sometimes even makes it difficult Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)[…]
Acquired Cognitive Characteristics Mastering the Most Important Views in the Field of Study In addition to the intrinsic traits, a good researcher must have a significant set of acquired characteristics. These types of traits comprise two general categoriesof information and mental skills. Information refers to the researcher’s mastery of information about his/her field of intellectual Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 4)[…]
1. Talented: The word talented also has a variety of definitions so we will mention some of them below. 1.1. According to Marland, a talented and gifted person has the following characteristics: 1. General intellectual ability 2. specific academic ability 3. creative or productive thinking 4. leadership ability 5. visual and performing arts 6. psychomotor Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 3)[…]
B. Lack of a Proper Definition: It is very difficult to provide a clear definition of brilliance, like most terms in the field of humanities. There are several reasons for this. We will explain some of them below. Being Under the Influence of Prejudiced Assumptions The impact of assumptions is another factor contributing to the Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)[…]
The researcher must have specific intrinsic and acquired qualities, to be able to carry out research activities. Lack of these traits hinders the pursuit of research or makes conduction of research slow and difficult. The characteristics of a good researcher can be divided into the three categories of cognitive, emotional, and behavioral. A) Cognitive Characteristics Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 1)[…]
14. Learn the Principles of Research Methodology Students who do not know the proper, scientific, and professional methods of conducting a research will not be able to design a good questionnaire, have a good review of the literature, and may not have a professional writing based on the research topic and questions. An undesirable methodology Read more about How to write a thesis? (Part 4)[…]
8. Learn the Basics of Referencing A good thesis is the result of the efforts of a creative student who is good at the principles of reference. It doesn’t matter if you follow the Harvard Referencing method or other ones. You should be able to enrich your paragraphs with international and credible references and make Read more about How to write a thesis? (Part 3)[…]
3. Choose a Topic Carefully Finding a subject should be based on a specific purpose. Choosing a topic comes from a good idea and in order to find a good idea you have to study well. Don’t expect to get a good idea and topic with a few days of reviewing a few theses and Read more about How to write a thesis? (Part 2)[…]
The thesis is actually the last stage of the students’ activity in their field of study. By studying a student’s thesis, one can see to what extent he/she has mastered the content of his/her field of study and knows the principles of research methodology, research question, finding research gaps, and referencing. All the academic, research, Read more about How to write a thesis?[…]
In order to get your paper published in scientific journals, you must take some steps. A number of these steps should be taken before the submission of the article and some of them after the submission. The steps before submitting the article are related to writing the article or extracting it from a thesis. For Read more about How to Submit Your Article to a Scientific Journal?[…]
Through professional paraphrasing you can raise the chances of your articles getting published. Correct and effective paraphrasing is one of the most important factors in preventing article rejection. As you know, paraphrasing is also one way to get rid of plagiarism. The better you paraphrase, the greater are your chances of reducing plagiarism. What is Read more about Paraphrasing[…]
How much do you think a well-designed poster can be effective? Or how well do you think it will attract the attention of the reviewers? Do you think it is enough to choose a very new and applicable topic and try your best for researching it? Writing an essay or abstract and designing a proper Read more about How to Design a Perfect Scientific Poster for a Congress?[…]
Most grant proposals contain the following sections: Abstract Like research papers, the abstract is the first part that the reviewers read. A good abstract can make your proposal stand out from the rest. In fact, the institution may first review the abstract and, if approved, submit the proposal to the arbitrators. So it is important Read more about Different Parts of a Grant Proposal[…]
An external fund is usually needed to succeed in research and it is important to have the proper writing skills for getting this Grant. Because there is so much pressure for publication of the articles and it is becoming increasingly difficult to get a fund. Nowadays, the controversial ideas of the researchers are of little Read more about Writing a Research Grant Proposal[…]
When you are sure about your intention to withdraw your article, you must follow some steps. But we do not recommend article withdrawal. Please use it only in critical cases. Note that journals pay a significant price for reviewing each article. So use it only if you or other writers have a compelling reason. Step Read more about How to Withdraw Your Article[…]
As a researcher, you may want to cancel the publication of your article due to various reasons. If it is your case and the article is in the process of review by a journal, then you need to officially announce a withdrawal. Notice that before you take action, you should know about legal rights and Read more about Article Withdrawal[…]
1. Rejection Based on the Editor’s Opinion Before Review: This is usually because your article is not within the scope of the journal, or there is a great literature review in that area. Top journals may reject your article because of its poor writing, grammatical errors or lack of innovation. If this is the case, Read more about Types of Rejections of the Article[…]
Try to view your article from the editor’s point of view. You spend so much time researching and preparing your article. Then you submit it and wait for the journal’s decision. Finally, you receive an email from the journal and get excited, but when you read it, you see that your article is rejected. Why?! Read more about How to Avoid Rejection of Your Article(Part 2)[…]
One of the main reasons of rejection of an article is issues with its structure, subject, and inappropriate translation. You should know that rejection is common in scientific journals. Based on Statistics, 62% of published articles have been rejected by journal reviewers at least once. It is interesting to know that at least 50% of Read more about Common Causes and Mistakes Leading to the Rejection of an Article and How to Avoid Them[…]
Verb Tenses in the Methods of the Article In the methods section, we describe what has happened during the study. So it is better to use the simple past tense for verbs. Example: “We tested independently derived cultures for resistance to trimethoprim.” “Cells were transfected, irradiated, and assayed for DNA damage.” When one action occurs Read more about How to Choose the Tense of English Verbs in Different Parts of A Scientific Article? (2)[…]
One of the concerns of the researchers writing in English is choosing the correct tense for the verbs. In many scholarly journals, the editorial staff considers using the correct tense to be one of the most important aspects of academic writing. Moreover, the verb tense in always mentioned in the guidelines of different journals. We Read more about How to Choose the Tense of English Verbs in Different Parts of A Scientific Article?[…]
Edit, Revise, and Edit Again Editing can be a magical step that transforms your article and gives it a more formal look. Editing a scientific paper makes it ready for submission to a journal. If you decide to edit your article yourself, you should stay away from it for a few days after you finish Read more about Important Tips for Writing Scientific Articles (Part 2)[…]
A quality scientific paper is a combination of a modern, innovative scientific study and flawless writing. Whether you are a novice researcher or someone who has published a number of scientific papers before, writing and submitting a scientific paper for a journal is never easy. This process is very time consuming and tedious. The written Read more about Important Tips for Writing Scientific Articles (Part 1)[…]
Scientific research conferences are held at various regional, national, and international levels. For the conference to fall under any of the above categories, it must have certain characteristics. Conference is an official gathering of professionals and experienced people presenting new scientific projects, research results, and studies performed on a specific scientific topic in the form Read more about Publishing Conference Papers in ISI Journals[…]
Graphs Graphs convey a large amount of data. Their goal often is to show a relationship between two or more items statistically. Do not forget that there should be enough space for describing the relationship between a set of data. For data charts, make sure to: Name all the axes of the graphs Specify a Read more about How to Cite Tables and Figures in an Article? (Part 2)[…]
Most of the scientific articles published each year contain tables, figures, diagrams, images, or maps. Many journals have difficult guidelines for inclusion of such items in an article. It is very important to know how to draw tables and the quality of the images used is very significant. So that the researcher should carefully select Read more about How to Cite Tables and Figures in an Article?[…]
Citation style There are two types of citation styles: Vancouver and the Harvard. However, the Council of Science Editors (CSE) has added another style which is called the footnote reference style. Vancouver Style The Vancouver style contains sequential numbers in the text that are written in brackets or as superscript, or both. These numbers refer Read more about Citation (Part 2)[…]
Reference or citation means making reference to a scientific source. To be more exact, we can say that citation is a short phrase consisting of letters or numbers in the text of a research paper to refer the readers to the reference section of the article. In sum, citation can mean both in-text references and Read more about Citation (Part 1)[…]
11. Statistical Population A statistical population is a set of individuals or units with at least one common trait. Typically, in any research the population under study is a statistical population that the researcher would like to study about the variable (s) of its units. 12. Sample Size In general, data represent facts, concepts, or Read more about Components of a Proposal (Part 3)[…]
6. Research Questions The research problem can be expressed as a question in both qualitative and quantitative studies, and often the question form of the problem is preferred because it is simple and expressive, since it leads the researcher to answer these questions. The research questions can be divided into three categories: A – Descriptive Read more about Components of a Proposal (Part 2)[…]
A proposal is the plan of research and a researcher’s guide for executing the research. The purpose of writing a proposal is to get approval for conducting a research project and make it credible. So it is necessary for the researcher to provide the authorities and those who finance the project with a proposal. This Read more about Components of a Proposal[…]
Article Acceptance and Publication Once a journal accepts your article, congratulate yourself. Use the valuable self-confidence you have achieved as a driving force for your next research. But don’t get too proud since journals accept hundreds of articles like yours daily from around the world. After the journals accepts the article and before its publication, Read more about 13 Tips for submitting your manuscript to journals (Part 5)[…]
How to Respond to Reviewers’ Comments Before starting to answer the reviewers’ comments, consider the following tips: 1 You should have a positive attitude when considering the reviewers’ comments. Remember that no ISI article is published without at least one revision. So revision is something normal and the journal may even ask you to Read more about 13 Tips for submitting your manuscript to journals (Part 4)[…]
Reviewing Process At this stage, the only thing you can do is wait. Besides, you should also prepare yourself for any possible results. The chief editor might accept your article quickly. This is rare and happens only when your research topic is new and interesting. But usually, after an initial review by the chief editor Read more about 13 Tips for submitting your manuscript to journals (Part 3)[…]
Preparing Cover Letter A cover letter is a piece of writing that you usually have to submit with the article. In fact, Cover Letter is the first thing that the editor will study. Actually, the editor makes a decision for your article and chooses a reviewer based on this letter. So it is better to Read more about 13 Tips for submitting your manuscript to journals (Part 2)[…]
Authors’ Guide After selecting a journal for the publication of your article, you must read its authors’ guide. In fact, you should write your article within the framework of that journal. Otherwise, the chief editor will reject it. Even if the journal accepts it at first, its reviewing will take a lot more time. If Read more about 13 Tips for submitting your manuscript to journals (Part 1)[…]
One of the most important aspects of a scientific paper is its scientific content and qualitative value. A paper must report important findings in human knowledge and contain a clear message.So before writing a paper, the researcher must ask her/himself whether his ideas are important enough to be published? Will others benefit from it? Will Read more about Content of a Research Paper[…]
5 the abstract of the article is also as important as the title. Sometimes a reader decides whether to read an article or not only based on the abstract. No matter how valuable and relevant a piece of information is, if it is not mentioned in the abstract, it will not attract the reader. Some Read more about 10 Commandments of Writing an Attractive Paper (Part 2)[…]