Earlier today I discovered that a research paper I wrote about writer's block is listed as a source in "KIRJOITTAMISEN
PELKO," written by Kalle Lintunen and published in EKHO (http://org.utu.fi/tyyala/prometheus/ekho/syksy_06/ekho2_06.pdf). As the entire article is witten in a langauge I can't read, I have no idea what it says.
For grins, I googled other references of my article and found this: "While we’re talking about academic writing, let me share my favorite scholarly aricle on writer’s block 'Writer’s Block: A Definition by Example' by Michael Bracken." (http://www.todayiwrite.com/writers-block-in-all-its-variety.html)
To read the paper I wrote, go to: http://www.sfwa.org/writing/block.htm
At three words, it may be the shortest research paper ever written.