Scholarly productivity of editors of social work and psychology journals
This study explored the scholarly productivity of editors of selected social work and psychology journals. Analysis indicated that editors of psychology journals had statistically significantly greater scholarly achievement than editors of social work journals. These findings suggest that scholarly achievement as measured appears to be of less importance in appointing editors to the five selected social work journals than in appointing editors to the five selected psychology journals.
School of Social Work
Pardeck, John T. "Scholarly productivity of editors of social work and psychology journals." Psychological reports 90, no. 3 (2002): 1051-1054.