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Thread: publishing papers out of my completed PhD thesis

06-Jun-19, 09:58
by EllaMS
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posted about 3 months ago
Hi All,
I’d like to have your suggestions for solving these issues that I’m encountering in the process of publishing peer-reviewed papers out of my completed PhD thesis (less than a year ago):

a. presenting data (e.g., tables): I’m planning to publish at least three papers from my thesis, which are including three different parts (studies) but with the same demographical data set. The question is, how can I manage to present my results for each study and mentioning the same demographical data without duplicating them (avoiding self-plagiarism).
b. Writing the methodological sections: except the assessment tools and particular details for each paper, the main part of the methodological section would just be repeating in all studies. Would rephrasing this section in all papers be appropriate?
c. My supervisor’s permission or an agreement with them is necessary for the submissions when the PhD thesis has successfully completed? What would be the procedure if supervisors wouldn’t be available for a paper review after the thesis? (Authorship rights)
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