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From the Gretchen L. Kiser in piece in Nature: Less appreciated is how much the attribution of credit impedes cross-disciplinary approaches to difficult questions. It creates a negative feedback loop that hinders research.

I find this paragraph to be rather hyperbolic. I am an academic scientist with my name appearing on over papers of which nearly all are multidisciplinary studies over a span about 18 years. Neither of these statements are based in reality.

But to make such claims as they are wholesale truth is unfounded and a gross exaggerations at best. My academic career is somewhat similar to yours in terms of years and publications, and I definitely fall into the category of having heard a tale of someone being shafted on an authorship list.

In fact, in at least one case my position in the list would suggest a much smaller contribution than reality.

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