Here at Stirling, our energetic research community conducts quality research relevant to society's needs. We have key strengths in the fields of: Health and Behaviour; Global Security and Resilience; and Cultures, Communities and Society. All our research activity maintains exceptional quality standards allowing us to support and improve life across the world.
We are a community of researchers who make a difference, producing world-leading research across a distinctive subject mix of sciences, social sciences and humanities. Click here to find out more about our people
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Our research continues to build upon excellent recent successes. Find out more about our performance in REF 2014.
These are the top ten items that were downloaded from our Research Repository in July 2017.
|Title of Paper||Number of Downloads|
|Branched-Chain Amino Acid Ingestion Stimulates Muscle Myofibrillar Protein Synthesis following Resistance Exercise in Humans||543|
|Concepts of adversity, risk, vulnerability and resilience: A discussion in the context of the ‘Child Protection System’||195|
|Pedagogy: the silent partner in early years learning||190|
|Does knowing hurt? Perceiving oneself as overweight predicts future physical health and well-being||183|
|Risk and protective factors for suicide and suicidal behaviour: a literature review||164|
|A Systematic Review of the Impact of Summative Assessment and Tests on Students’ Motivation for Learning||155|
|Taking active learning into the primary school: a matter of new practices?||155|
|The role of health consciousness, food safety concern and ethical identity on attitudes and intentions towards organic food||137|
|Exercise, protein metabolism, and muscle growth||113|
|Evaluation on the use of e-learning tools to support teaching and learning in aquaculture and aquatic sciences education||106|
These are the top ten articles at Stirling for online attention.
Our research takes place within our Faculties, which are vibrant hubs of research and teaching.
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