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J Britt Holbrook
J Britt Holbrook
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology
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What is interdisciplinary communication? Reflections on the very idea of disciplinary integration
JB Holbrook
Synthese 190 (11), 1865-1879, 2013
2222013
Peer review and the ex ante assessment of societal impacts
JB Holbrook, R Frodeman
Research Evaluation 20 (3), 239-246, 2011
1732011
Assessing the science–society relation: The case of the US National Science Foundation's second merit review criterion
JB Holbrook
Technology in society 27 (4), 437-451, 2005
1602005
Evaluating Research beyond Scientific ImpactHow to Include Criteria for Productive Interactions and Impact on Practice and Society
B Wolf, T Lindenthal, M Szerencsits, JB Holbrook, J Heß
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 22 (2), 104-114, 2013
882013
Philosophy in the Age of Neoliberalism
R Frodeman, A Briggle, JB Holbrook
Social Epistemology 26 (3-4), 311-330, 2012
712012
Peer Review
JB Holbrook
The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity, 321-32, 2010
542010
The use of societal impacts considerations in grant proposal peer review: A comparison of five models
JB Holbrook
Technology & Innovation 12 (3), 213-224, 2010
412010
Rinse and repeat: Understanding the value of replication across different ways of knowing
B Penders, JB Holbrook, S de Rijcke
Publications 7 (3), 52, 2019
392019
Open Science, Open Access, and the Democratization of Knowledge
JB Holbrook
ISSUES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 35 (3), 26-28, 2019
382019
Blue skies, impacts, and peer review
JB Holbrook, S Hrotic
ROARS Transactions: A Journal of Research, Policy, and Evaluation 1 (1), 2013
342013
Indicator frameworks for fostering open knowledge practices in science and scholarship
P Wouters, I Rāfols, A Oancea, L Kamerlin, B Holbrook, M Jacob
European Commission, 2019
332019
Science's Social Effects
R Frodeman, JB Holbrook
Issues in Science and Technology 23 (3), 28-30, 2007
332007
Knowledge kills action–why principles should play a limited role in policy-making
JB Holbrook, A Briggle
Journal of Responsible Innovation 1 (1), 51-66, 2014
292014
Understanding Technological Design
C Mitcham, JB Holbrook
John R. Dakers, 2006
262006
The future of the impact agenda depends on the revaluation of academic freedom
JB Holbrook
Palgrave Communications 3 (1), 39, 2017
242017
NSF's struggle to articulate relevance
R Frodeman, JB Holbrook
Science 333 (6039), 157-158, 2011
212011
Research impact: We need negative metrics too
JB Holbrook, KR Barr, KW Brown
Nature 497 (439), 2013
202013
Research Ethics Education in the STEM Disciplines: The Promises and Challenges of a Gaming Approach
A Briggle, JB Holbrook, J Oppong, J Hoffmann, EK Larsen, P Pluscht
Science and engineering ethics 22 (1), 237-250, 2016
172016
Peer Review, Interdisciplinarity, and Serendipity
JB Holbrook
The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity, 2nd edition, 485-497, 2016
172016
Designing responsible research and innovation to encourage serendipity could enhance the broader societal impacts of research
JB Holbrook
Journal of Responsible Innovation 6 (1), 84-90, 2019
162019
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