The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.
Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country. You may have noticed that this month’s number of articles in the OA collection (50,337) is fewer than last month’s number (53,701). We realized our method for gathering data was not the most accurate and have now corrected it. Apologies!
See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.
Top downloaded articles for March:
Fake news, fast and slow: Deliberation reduces belief in false (but not true) news headlines, Bence Bago, David G. Rand, Gordon Pennycook
Who falls for fake news? The roles of bullshit receptivity, overclaiming, familiarity, and analytic thinking, Gordon Pennycook, David G. Rand
Analyzing uncertainty in a comparative life cycle assessment of hand drying systems, Jeremy R. Gregory, Trisha M. Montalbo, Randolph E. Kirchain