Related to but different from Should I include a publication where I'm only acknowledged (and not one of the authors) in my CV?
I'm a part of some publications which officially are written by author A and B and then the Team Members. Should these publications be on my CV? I contributed to the project (hence the team co-authorship) but don't want to seem like I'm trying to pad my CV.
Currently I have my publication list broken up by sections: Journal, Talks, Technical Reports, and then Other, and I have the Team Member publications listed under Other.
Is this appropriated and/or reasonable, or should I remove them?
If you are listed as an author in the paper, then you can always include the paper in your publications list.
If you are pruning your resume to be a 2-page one and if you have better publications (say where you are the lead author) to show, then have a single category titled "Selected Publications" and exclude this paper.
If you are making a very detailed list of publications, say one on a webpage, then do consider including the name of all authors in the same order as in the published paper.