Journal Misattributes Cover Image and Only Offers Correction. Is This Normal?

I agree that you were not treated well, but I'm not sure what additional redress you're looking for. I'm also not sure how any redress would materially affect your academic career, so, while I certainly don't know your situation, I would have to guess that your time and effort would be more profitably spent on other aspects of your academic work. Let me say straight up that in my field (mathematics) most journal issues do not have cover images, and when such images exist the use of them is not something that an academic would get any career advancing credit for, so it is possible that I don't fully appreciate the situation. But -- you didn't do any additional work here, did you? As you describe it, you contributed an image that you already had. Then I get Displeased tone email from PI acting annoyed I did not contact him first. After all the image was captured in His laboratory. I said no it was captured in other professor's equipment and labspace. (other professor and PI are friends so no issue here) After all your PI was the editor of the issue in which the image appeared and your PI. You went over his head without even talking to him first. That does sound mildly annoying. PI is annoyed I brought this up with editor and instead of apologizing simply claimed regular Wiley editor wrote in the caption herself without his review or approval.Couldn't that be true? (On the other hand, if it is, then it should be less annoying that you went over his head, since it wasn't actually his doing.)To finish up this story, Wiley editor and PI begrudgingly add correction to image attribution but do not correct the original text or remove mis-attribution. They leave the original text up next to the cover image and the only way to see correction is to click an additional link.That is a standard form of correction. Journals are often loathe to retroactively change their content, rather (often) preferring to issue errata / corrigenda. In this particular case I see no compelling moral reason not to change the original, but still.

..you can't say that they didn't "fix the mistake." They did fix the mistake -- just not in the way that you would (understandably) prefer.It seems very likely that this is the end of the matter, and I think you should just move on. You ask whether this is "normal for a Wiley journal." I don't know, but I am a bit skeptical that such a practice would be uniform across all journals with a common publisher. Moreover, I'm not sure how knowing whether this is "normal" would help you, except perhaps that if it is you might try to seek to avoid having this type of problem recur by not dealing with this publisher in the future. But I think there are better ways of preventing this in the future: rather, in the future, when you are asked to contribute an image to an article that you didn't write, work out what kind of attribution you want before you contribute the image. That is certainly your right.In summary: you weren't treated well, and I'm sympathetic. But probably you should reflect on how to be a bit more careful / less trusting next time and then move on.

My PI was guest-editing a (weak) special issue for a respectable Wiley journal. He asked me if I had "cool cover images" relevant to the subject matter. Indeed I did; I had had acquired them on my own initiative on another professor's microscope at my previous university. I provided my PI with a few options and he picked one.

The special issue was published a few months later, with a strange caption saying that the cover image was captured by my PI at their current university. I had done several journal covers before, and they were never attributed to a single person. I felt cheated out of my work a bit but I couldnt bring it up because I didnt want to get fired while while working abroad.

Six months later, when my work contract was up, I contacted Wiley and said that that cover image was captured by me at my previous university. A regular Wiley editor contacted me back and said they regretted the mistake but to correct it they would have to issue a correction. I asked them, in a professional way, to correct this.

Then I got an email in a displeased tone from my PI acting annoyed that I did not contact him first. After all the image was captured in his laboratory. I said, no, it was captured with another professors equipment and labspace. (The other professor and my PI are friends; so no issue here.) Now, my PI is annoyed that I brought this up with the editor and, instead of apologizing, simply claimed that a regular Wiley editor wrote the caption herself without his review or approval.

To finish up this story, the Wiley editor and PI begrudgingly added a correction to the image attribution, but did not correct the original text or remove the mis-attribution. They left the original text up next to the cover image and the only way to see the correction is to click an additional link.

Is this normal for a Wiley journal to mis-attribute data in a clumsy way, and not even fix the mistake when contacted? Any leverage or avenues to actually get the mistake fixed?

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My PI was guest-editing a (weak) special issue for a respectable Wiley journal. He asked me if I had "cool cover images" relevant to the subject matter. Indeed I did; I had had acquired them on my own initiative on another professor's microscope at my previous university. I provided my PI with a few options and he picked one.

The special issue was published a few months later, with a strange caption saying that the cover image was captured by my PI at their current university. I had done several journal covers before, and they were never attributed to a single person. I felt cheated out of my work a bit but I couldnt bring it up because I didnt want to get fired while while working abroad.

Six months later, when my work contract was up, I contacted Wiley and said that that cover image was captured by me at my previous university. A regular Wiley editor contacted me back and said they regretted the mistake but to correct it they would have to issue a correction. I asked them, in a professional way, to correct this.

Then I got an email in a displeased tone from my PI acting annoyed that I did not contact him first. After all the image was captured in his laboratory. I said, no, it was captured with another professors equipment and labspace. (The other professor and my PI are friends; so no issue here.) Now, my PI is annoyed that I brought this up with the editor and, instead of apologizing, simply claimed that a regular Wiley editor wrote the caption herself without his review or approval.

To finish up this story, the Wiley editor and PI begrudgingly added a correction to the image attribution, but did not correct the original text or remove the mis-attribution. They left the original text up next to the cover image and the only way to see the correction is to click an additional link.

Is this normal for a Wiley journal to mis-attribute data in a clumsy way, and not even fix the mistake when contacted? Any leverage or avenues to actually get the mistake fixed?

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