Answered By: Richard Ho
Last Updated: Jul 19, 2022     Views: 12394

Authors are encouraged to update and make corrections and updates to their own Scopus Author profile periodically. This will ensure the right publications are linked to your record and other researchers are able to accurately identify you on Scopus If you have missing publications, multiple author profiles, or incorrect documents, you may perform these steps below to rectify them yourself. Doing so is easy! Authors are strongly encouraged to report these changes yourself as you would know your publications and records better than anyone else. Your Scopus Author profile is created by Scopus/Elsevier, and is not managed by NUS Libraries.

Steps to reporting such errors can be found on our author profile resource guide for Scopus IDs.

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