Title

What do our words say? An analysis of IJSPP titles

Document Type

Editorial

Publication Title

International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance

Volume

17

Issue

6

First Page

817

Last Page

819

PubMed ID

35523424

Publisher

Human Kinetics

School

School of Medical and Health Sciences

Comments

Hart, N. H., Poprawski, D. M., Ashbury, F., Fitch, M. I., Chan, R. J., Newton, R. U., & Campbell, K. L. (2022). Exercise for people with bone metastases: MASCC endorsed clinical recommendations developed by the International Bone Metastases Exercise Working Group. Supportive Care in Cancer, 17(6), 817–819.

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-022-07212-1

Abstract

The words or terms in a journal article’s title most literally are placed above all words. I have become acutely aware of titles or headlines in the era of “clickbait.” The title of an article can draw a reader in and set the expectation for the research before they read the full article (if the entire article is read). Therefore, the nature of our attention in a largely digital world heightens the importance of words used in titles. Words are data [...].

DOI

10.1123/ijspp.2022-0132

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