What are the pros/cons of publishing a “short report”?

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* While short reports are usually smaller articles, the more important criteria is the journal in which the article is published and the quality of the article, not its length, especially since the journals which publish short reports do not distinguish between short reports and other types of research studies in their journals when including that publication on your CV.
* While short reports are usually smaller articles, the more important criteria is the journal in which the article is published and the quality of the article, not its length, especially since the journals which publish short reports do not distinguish between short reports and other types of research studies in their journals when including that publication on your CV.
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