Stirling’s Top 5 most mentioned publications in June

Here’s the Top Five most mentioned Stirling papers during June.  This listing is compiled using Altmetric data. Altmetric track mentions in online news stories, policy documents, blog posts, twitter, Wikipedia, mendeley, facebook, etc.

Congratulations to all our authors who made it into the Top Five!!


442 mentions in June

Zhang L, Lee AJ, DeBruine LM & Jones BC (2019) Are sex differences in preferences for physical attractiveness and good earning capacity in potential mates smaller in countries with greater gender equality?. Evolutionary Psychology, 17 (2).


60 mentions in June

Bauld L, MacKintosh AM, Eastwood B, Ford A, Moore G, Dockrell M, Arnott D, Cheeseman H & McNeill A (2017) Young People’s Use of E-Cigarettes across the United Kingdom: Findings from Five Surveys 2015-2017. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14 (9), Art. No.: 973.


51 mentions in June

Travers H, Selinske M, Nuno A, Serban A, Mancini F, Barychka T, Bush E, Rasolofoson RA, Watson JEM & Milner-Gulland EJ (2019) A manifesto for predictive conservation. Biological Conservation, 237, pp. 12-18. Full text available on request from:


42 mentions in June

Plumptre AJ, Baisero D, Jędrzejewski W, Kühl H, Maisels F, Ray JC, Sanderson EW, Strindberg S, Voigt M & Wich S (2019) Are We Capturing Faunal Intactness? A Comparison of Intact Forest Landscapes and the “Last of the Wild in Each Ecoregion”. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2, Art. No.: 24.


36 mentions in June

Ebbels SH, McCartney E, Slonims V, Dockrell JE & Norbury CF (2019) Evidence-based pathways to intervention for children with language disorders. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 54 (1), pp. 3-19.

Clare Allan
Senior Research Librarian

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