- 1 How do you write two authors in a research paper?
- 2 How many authors can a research paper have?
- 3 How do you write three authors in a research paper?
- 4 How do you mention an author in a paper?
- 5 Which is more important first author or corresponding author?
- 6 Can the first author be the corresponding author?
- 7 How do you add a corresponding author in latex?
Works Written By Two Authors Works by two authors should list the last names and first initials separated by an ampersand (&). These names should be followed by the date of publication enclosed in parentheses. If the work is a journal article, the title of the article should immediately follow the publication date.
Multiple Authors: Always invert every author name to position the surname first and any initials second. See examples above. If you have more than seven authors, list the first six authors followed by an ellipsis and ending with the last author listed.
TEXTS :Introduce the text you’re writing about in the beginning of your essay by mentioning the author’s full name and the complete title of the work. Titles of books should be underlined or put in italics . In subsequent references to the author, use his or her last name.
This is a common doubt, especially at the beginning of a researcher’s career, but easy to explain: fundamentally, a corresponding author takes the lead in the manuscript submission for publication process, whereas the first author is actually the one who did the research and wrote the manuscript.
There is nothing wrong in the first author or lead author being the corresponding author as well. In fact, for single author papers, that is always the case. The purpose of having a corresponding author is to facilitate ease of communication with the journal.
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