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in-cites, May 2004
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incites provides a behind-the-scenes look at the scientists, journals, institutions, nations, and papers selected by ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product. Read interviews and first-person essays about people in a wide variety of fields and professions. View selected overall and field rankings, pertinent statistics on the principles behind the data, the latest version of the database, including new entrants and most-improved entities in the rankings, information on field definitions, citation thresholds, and graphing trends. Updated weekly is SCI-BYTES: a summary of what’s new in research.

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Papers
Top to bottom: Drs. Ellen Idler and Yael BenyaminiIn the interview below, Drs. Ellen Idler and Yael Benyamini discuss their highly cited paper, "Self-rated health and mortality: a review of twenty-seven community studies," (J. Health Soc. Behavior 38[1]: 21-37, March 1997). According to the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product, this paper is currently ranked at #8 among Social Science papers published in the past decade, with 424 citations to date...Read the article
Scientists
Dr. James SallisAccording to a recent analysis by in-cites, Dr. James Sallis’s work garnered the highest percent increase in total citations (see Most Improved), compared against the previous bimonthly update, in the field of Psychiatry/Psychology. In the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product, his current record includes 37 papers cited a total of 480 times to date in the field of Psychiatry/Psychology and 86 papers cited a total of 3,579...Read the article
Institutions
University of Southern CaliforniaAccording to ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product, the institution with the highest percent increase in total citations in the field of Computer Science for the bimonthly period August-October 2003 was the University of Southern California (USC)....Read the article
Journals
n a recent analysis of the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product, the highest percent increase (see Most-Improved) in total citations went to the journal European Food Research and Technology in the field of Agricultural Sciences...Read the article
Countries
Rankings for Iceland among the 149 top-performing countries in all fields and all countries...Read the article

E X T R A S

The 100 Most-Cited Scientists in: Biology & Biochemistry, Chemistry, Economics & Business, Immunology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Genetics, Neuroscience, Pharmacology & ToxicologyPhysics (updated Sept. 2003).
  
Twenty Years of Citation Superstars!
Science Watch presents here the true citation elite of the last two decades that include rankings the 50 most-cited researchers of the last 20 years, based on papers published and cited in Thomson ISI-indexed journals between 1983 and 2002.
  
- What's New in Research
What's really hot in research? Each week, the ISI Research Services Group provides an update based on their Research Performance & Evaluation Tools.
New Entrants to ESI Rankings
The most-cited new entrants in each of ISI Essential Science Indicators' 22 fields, for the most recent bimonthly update, and for earlier updates as well.
Most Improved
A listing of the most-improved entities in each of ISI Essential Science Indicators' 22 fields, for the most recent bimonthly update, and for earlier updates as well.
incites is dedicated to providing commentary and analysis on some of the most important scientific advances of our time in the words of the scientists who made those advances. It is designed to complement the citation count rankings featured in ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product from ISI, a ten-year compilation of citation statistics on scientific authors, papers, institutions, countries, and journals; updated bimonthly. Read more about incites.
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