Why do researchers choose to publish their research Open Access (OA), or switch their article from being available via subscription to OA post-publication? In this latest research story Dr. Paul Kelley tells us the effect going OA had on his work. “Synchronizing education to adolescent biology: ‘let teens sleep, start school later” published in Learning, Media and… Read more »
Music in the exercise domain: a review and synthesis (Part I) Published in International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, December 2011 Downloads: 7,136* Altmetric score: 91* ‘It is a form of publication that is totally inclusive’ Open access gives other scholars and students at all educational levels immediate access to your work. It is… Read more »
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