Making a superstar researcher
In his post on Jeremy Fox’s blog, Brian McGill lists William Shockley‘s eight hurdles which must be cleared if a researcher is to be successful and productive. It is not just about writing: being able to come up with a worthwhile research idea, knowing when to stop researching and start writing, and being willing to make changes in response to peer feedback are three of the eight steps. If your performance exceeds the average on each of these steps you could be well on the way to becoming a superstar researcher.
Check out the full post here.