Top ten papers from our Research Repository in July #StirTopTenPapers

During July there were 24,149 downloads from our University repository, STORRE, covering 3,508 research publications.

The top ten downloaded items were:


1.  Branched-Chain Amino Acid Ingestion Stimulates Muscle Myofibrillar Protein Synthesis following Resistance Exercise in Humans. By Jackman, Sarah R; Witard, Oliver; Philp, Andrew; Wallis, Gareth A; Baar, Keith; Tipton, Kevin. Downloads: 543


2. Concepts of adversity, risk, vulnerability and resilience: A discussion in the context of the ‘Child Protection System’. By Daniel, Brigid. Downloads: 195


3. Pedagogy: the silent partner in early years learning. By Stephen, Christine. Downloads: 190


4. Does knowing hurt? Perceiving oneself as overweight predicts future physical health and well-being. By Daly, Michael; Robinson, Eric; Sutin, Angelina. Downloads: 183


5. Risk and protective factors for suicide and suicidal behaviour: a literature review. By McLean, Joanne; Maxwell, Margaret; Platt, Stephen; Harris, Fiona; Jepson, Ruth. Downloads: 164


=6. A Systematic Review of the Impact of Summative Assessment and Tests on Students’ Motivation for Learning. By Harlen, Wynne; Crick, Ruth Deakin; Broadfoot, Patricia; Daughtery, Richard; Gardner, John; James, Mary; Stobart, Gordon. Downloads: 155


=6. Taking active learning into the primary school: a matter of new practices? By Stephen, Christine; Ellis, Jennifer; Martlew, Joan. Downloads: 155


8. The role of health consciousness, food safety concern and ethical identity on attitudes and intentions towards organic food. By Michaelidou, Nina; Hassan, Louise. Downloads: 137


9. Exercise, protein metabolism, and muscle growth. By Tipton, Kevin; Wolfe, Robert R Downloads: 113


10.  Evaluation on the use of e-learning tools to support teaching and learning in aquaculture and aquatic sciences education. By Seixas, Sonia; Dove, Clive; Ueberschar, Bernd; Bostock, John. Downloads: 106


Betsy Fuller

Research Repositories Librarian

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