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Archive for August, 2006

Electronic theses collection

Posted by Peta Hopkins on August 24, 2006

Recently there has been some growth in the thesis collection in our repository. We had a few technical matters to sort out to ensure that the theses could be managed in accordance with the Australasian Digital Theses Program guidelines. But in recent days we have recommenced loading the electronic theses. So you will start to see a steady growth.  You can view the collection at http://epublications.bond.edu.au/theses/.

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Popular papers – featured on epublications@bond

Posted by Peta Hopkins on August 14, 2006

The e-publications@Bond site now features the top ten most popular papers. From the home page “paper of the day” section, click on the “frequently downloaded papers” link to see a list of papers.

Even recently uploaded papers, such as Steve Webb’s “Pleistocene human footprints from the Willandra Lakes, southeastern Australia“, may appear there, as the list is populated based on the highest average daily downloads.

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Papers of the month – July

Posted by Peta Hopkins on August 9, 2006

10 Papers with the most downloads in July.

Attachment, Fear of Intimacy and Differentiation of Self among Clients in Substance Disorder Treatment Facilities
The management of skin cancer in Australian general practice
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI): Some Psychometric Limitations
Models of disease
Should we stop telling well pregnant women to monitor fetal movements? How to use and interpret guidelines.
Drug Addiction as a “Physical Disease:” The Role of Physical Dependence and other Chronic Drug-Induced Neurophysiological Changes in Compulsive Drug Self-Administration
Schizotypal Personality Traits: An Extension of Previous Psychometric Investigations
Relationship between criminal behaviour and mental illness in young adults: conduct disorder, cruelty to animals and young adult serious violence
Effects of caffeine on cognitive and autonomic measures in heavy and light caffeine users.
“Loss of Control” in Alcoholism and Drug Addiction: A Neuroscientific Interpretation

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epublications hits a century

Posted by Peta Hopkins on August 8, 2006

Last week a significant milestone was reached. The 100th paper was uploaded to Bond’s institutional repository. Along with the steady growth of the repository, we have seen increasing growth in the number of full text downloads – an indication that Bond’s research output is reaching new readers.

Curious to see the 100th paper?

A big thank-you to Yvonne for her great work on this project.

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