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Antidotes for the Publish or Perish Syndrome

By Mark J. Cooper, PhD

Most universities require tenure-track faculty members to achieve in three particular domains — teaching, service, and scholarship. Scholarship provokes the most anxiety. Faculty members quickly succumb to the publish or perish syndrome; a syndrome depicted by obsessive thoughts about scholarship expectations, a frenzy to publish, restless nights, and a plethora of excuses. The antidotes cleverly identified in this article are designed to treat the publish or perish syndrome.

Continued at: http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/faculty-development/antidotes-for-the-publish-or-perish-syndrome/

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