What do the following have in common?
- An article on the oldest known marine turtle in the journal PaleoBios from the UC Museum of Paleontology
- A psychology paper on sleep, mood, health, and weight
- A working paper on the perceived impact of corporate social responsibility on consumer behavior
Yep. You’ve guessed it.
Each is on the Top 10 list of the most frequently read publications in eScholarship for 2015.
eScholarship is the UC’s open access publishing platform, which makes UC Berkeley’s scholarly output available to the general public and researchers worldwide, free of charge.
By the end of 2015, eScholarship featured 11,614 books, journals, working papers, and previously published works.
See what’s trending on this quarter’s Top 10 list.
Post contributed by Margaret Phillips, Education Librarian, Gender & Women’s Studies Librarian