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  • Harnad Evidence to BIS Select Committee Inquiry on Open Access

    Harnad, Stevan (2013)
    Irrespective of what funds the UK elects to spend on paying pre-emptively for Gold OA while subscriptions still need to be paid, and independent of embargo policy, the UK should (1) mandate and enforce immediate deposit of the author's peer-reviewed final draft of every journal article in the author's institutional repository immediately upon acceptance for publication and (2) designate repository deposit as the sole mechanism for submitting publications for performance review and research as...

    The "Discovery" collections

    Chidgey, K.C. (1983)

    Eye movements and word skipping during reading revisited

    Drieghe, Denis; Rayner, Keith; Pollatsek, Alexander (2005)
    Two experiments examined word skipping in reading. In Experiment 1, skipping rates were higher for a preview of a predictable word than for a visually similar nonword, indicating full recognition in parafoveal vision. In Experiment 2, foveal load was manipulated by varying the frequency of the word preceding either a 3-letter target word or a misspelled preview. There was again a higher skipping rate for a correct preview, and a lower skipping rate when there was a high foveal load, but there...

    Mechanical design of an affordable adaptive gravity balanced orthosis for upper limb stroke rehabilitation

    Cannella, G.; Laila, D.S.; Freeman, C. T. (2015)
    In this paper a novel design of non-powered orthosis for stroke rehabilitation is reported. Designed for home based use, it is the first low-cost, passive design to incorporate an assistive level that can be adaptively varied within a closed-loop control scheme. This allows the device to be integrated with a dual robotic and electrical stimulation control scheme, to thereby enable full exploitation of the motor relearning principles which underpin both robotic therapy and Functional Electrica...

    Inclusive research: new challenges

    Nind, Melanie (2015)
    This presentation will engage participants in a critical examination of inclusive research. First, I will define inclusive research and identify the social contextual elements that have shaped it as an overarching concept in the move towards the democratisation of research. Next, I will explore quality and ethics in inclusive research, building on research conducted in the field of learning disability and using examples from a range of applied social research contexts. Finally I will invite u...
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