How does authorship order affect the evaluation of a publication record?

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* At the same time, another possible heuristic that may be invoked when evaluating your publication record is whether on your non-first-authorship articles you have a tendency to be closer to the front when it comes to authorship order, or a tendency to be farther to the back.  In this case, having a tendency to be closer to the front may indicate something about your contributions and ability to conduct research.
* At the same time, another possible heuristic that may be invoked when evaluating your publication record is whether on your non-first-authorship articles you have a tendency to be closer to the front when it comes to authorship order, or a tendency to be farther to the back.  In this case, having a tendency to be closer to the front may indicate something about your contributions and ability to conduct research.
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