Give appropriate credit to someone for their ideas or effort that have contributed to a project (or fail to do so). [See also Authorship.] ‘Appropriate credit’ varies by discipline. For example, in psychology, people who have contributed to a research project may be listed as authors of an article about the findings even if they have done no work on the article itself. In social sciences, authors are generally listed in approximate order of amount of work done on the article, while in economics they are listed in alphabetical order (which has been shown to disadvantage female co-authors in some social sciences (Sarsons 2017). There is considerable anecdotal evidence of doctoral supervisors failing to acknowledge the work of their students (e.g. Guardian 2015).