PEER D4.2 Behavioural Research: Authors and Users vis-à-vis Journals and Repositories - Final Report

Abstract : The Behavioural research project is one of three independent research projects commissioned and managed by PEER as part of the PEER Observatory. The aim of the Behavioural research project was to address the role of stage-two manuscript repositories in the scholarly and scientific communication system by exploring perceptions, motivations and behaviours of authors and readers. The research was carried out between April 2009 and August 2011 by the Department of Information Science and LISU at Loughborough University, UK.
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Jenny Fry, Steve Probets, Claire Creaser, Helen Greenwood, Valérie Spezi, et al.. PEER D4.2 Behavioural Research: Authors and Users vis-à-vis Journals and Repositories - Final Report. [Technical Report] 2011, pp.117. ⟨hal-00736168⟩

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