February has seen several recently submitted research outputs appear in the Research@StAndrews:FullText 'Top 10'.
Among the most viewed items are a book chapter: Armenian Neighbours (600-1045), journal article: What is social learning? and a CREEM technical report: Density estimation implications of increasing ambient noise on beaked whale click detection and classification which has only been in the repository since January.
Retrospective power analysis by Len Thomas remains the most highly accessed item.
5 theses also appeared in the top 10 representing Art History, Divinity and Psychology:
The soft-focus lens and Anglo-American pictorialism
"All of you are one" : the social vision of Gal 3:28, 1 Cor 12:13 and Col 3:11
Maintaining personhood and self-image in dementia : an exploration of collaborative communication
Bayesian and information-theoretic tools for neuroscience
Odoardo Fialetti (1573-c.1638): the interrelation of Venetian art and anatomy, and his importance in England