Tahereh Dehdarirad is a bibliometric analyst and researcher at the Division of Information Resources and Scientific Publishing at the Department of Communication and Learning in Science.She obtained her PhD degree in ‘metric studies on use and value of information' in 2016 from the University of Barcelona, Spain. In her thesis, she studied gender differences in science and higher education using bibliometric indicators. Her research interests include scientometrics, gender differences in science, social media data analysis, big data, NLP, open access (science) and public engagement in science.
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Gender differences in citation sentiment: A case study in Life Sciences and Biomedicine
Can the presence of author photograph and biography have an impact on article citations? The case of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Gender differences in the use of positive and negative terms by authorship teams: a study of citation contexts
Is there alignment amongst scientific literature, news media and patient forums regarding topics?: A study of breast and lung cancer
News media attention in Climate Action: latent topics and open access
Could early tweet counts predict later citation counts? A gender study in Life Sciences and Biomedicine (2014–2016)
Gender and Bibliometrics: A Review
How Does Media Reflect the OA and Non-OA Scientific Literature? A Case Study of Environment Sustainability
To What Extent Does the Open Access Status of Articles Predict Their Social Media Visibility? A Case Study of Life Sciences and Biomedicine
Social media visibility of open access versus non-open access articles: A case study of Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Use of social media sites and readership diversity: A case study at Chalmers University of Technology
Bibliometric mapping of microbiology research topics (2012-16): A comparison by socioeconomic development and infectious disease vulnerability values
Which Type of Research is Cited More Often in Wikipedia? A Case Study of PubMed Research
Quantifying the reproducibility of scientometric analyses: a case study
Gender differences in scientific productivity and visibility in core neurosurgery journals: Citations and social media metrics
The impact of information about authors and paper research topic on citation disparities: a gender perspective
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Gender analysis of the research outputs: A case study of the Chalmers University of Technology
Transport and gender: bibliometric mapping and a comprehensive review of the literature