HPT Roots and Branches: Analyzing Over 45 Years of the Field’s Own Citations. Part 1: Journal Citations
Performance Improvement Quarterly, Volume 21, Issue 4, 95–115. DOI: 10.1002/piq.20040
This article is the first of a series of three that reviews the citation patterns of references cited in the entire collection of International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) journal articles (1962–2007) and all chapters published in the three editions of Handbook of Human Performance Technology (1992, 1999, and 2006). It includes an analysis of journal articles cited and lists which journals and particular articles are cited most frequently, both overall and by decade. Part 2 in this series will present an analysis of books cited in the entire ISPI literature collection, and part 3 will report on the most cited authors, both overall and by type of reference (e.g., journal articles, books, sections of books, reports, conference papers, dissertations).
Noted in Yonjoo Cho, & Sunyoung Park. (2012). Content analysis of the 20 most influential articles in PIQ. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 25(3), 7-22. doi: 10.1002/piq.21126
Linda M. Huglin. "HPT Roots and Branches: Analyzing Over 45 Years of the Field’s Own Citations. Part 1: Journal Citations" Performance Improvement Quarterly 21.4 (2009): 95-115.
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