Best Practices for Collaboration in Research
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
The purpose of this article was to explain academic collaboration, to describe typical activities that take place with collaborators, and to discuss some problems that could occur. Although research collaboration is usually rewarding, there can problems in communicating, sharing the workload, and assigning the order of authors in the publication of results. Recommendations to avoid conflict include formal and informal agreements and a good system of communication.
Delgadillo, L. (2016). Best practices for collaboration in research. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 45(1), 5-8 | DOI: 10.1111/fcsr.12175