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    provides the intellectual input

    Does "provides the intellectual input" mean "provides the idea to lauch a study/experiment"?


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    Re: provides the intellectual input

    Quote Originally Posted by RobertJ View Post
    3) 'Corresponding author' in this case is student's 'Major Professor'. Major Professor provides some intellectual input and approves designs and protocols.
    I think you've hinted that the method of exclusion should be used here. Otherwise your use of "intellectual input" to explain what is "intellectual input" is simply tautological and not understandable.

    With the expression "provides some intellectual input and approves designs and protocols", it would mean that intellectual input doesn't include "designs and protocols." So I guess that "intellectual input" refers to "intellectual guidance" or "academic guidance." Am I on the right track?

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