Biomedizinische Studien Twitter-Nutzer mögen's schräg

Je kurioser eine Studie ist, umso öfter wird sie von Twitter-Nutzern erwähnt. Dies hat eine Analyse von mehr als einer Million biomedizinischen Fachartikeln ergeben. Wissenschaftliche Relevanz spielt auf Twitter dagegen kaum eine Rolle.
Kurznachrichtendienst Twitter: Kurioses statt wissenschaftlicher Relevanz

Kurznachrichtendienst Twitter: Kurioses statt wissenschaftlicher Relevanz


Die 15 populärsten Fachartikel

Artikel Fachblatt Zitierungen Tweets
1) Hess et al. (2011) Gain of chromosome band 7q11 in papillary thyroid carcinomas of young patients is associated with exposure to low-dose irradiation PNAS 9 963
2) Yasunari et al. (2011) Cesium-137 deposition and contamination of Japanese soils due to the Fukushima nuclear accident PNAS 30 639
3) Sparrow et al. (2011) Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips Science 11 558
4) Onuma et al. (2011) Rebirth of a Dead Belousov–Zhabotinsky Oscillator Journal of Physical Chemistry A 0 549
5) Silverberg (2012) Whey protein precipitating moderate to severe acne flares in 5 teenaged athletes Cutis 0 477
6) Wen et al. (2011) Minimum amount of physical activity for reduced mortality and extended life expectancy: a prospective cohort study Lancet 51 419
7) Kramer (2011) Penile Fracture Seems More Likely During Sex Under Stressful Situations Journal of Sexual Medicine 0 392
8) Newman Feldman (2011) Copyright and Open Access at the Bedside New England Journal of Medicine 3 332
9) Reaves et al. (2012) Absence of Detectable Arsenate in DNA from Arsenate-Grown GFAJ-1 Cells Science 5 323
10) Bravo et al. (2011) Ingestion of Lactobacillus strain regulates emotional behavior and central GABA receptor expression in a mouse via the vagus nerve PNAS 31 297
11) Park et al. (2012) Penetration of the Oral Mucosa by Parasite-Like Sperm Bags of Squid: A Case Report in a Korean Woman Journal of Parasitology 0 293
12) Mottron (2011) Changing perceptions: The power of autism Nature 4 274
13) Villeda et al. (2012) The ageing systemic milieu negatively regulates neurogenesis and cognitive function Nature 62 271
14) Merchant et al. (2011) Integrating Social Media into Emergency-Preparedness Efforts New England Journal of Medicine 10 267
15) Ho et al. (2011) A Low Carbohydrate, High Protein Diet Slows Tumor Growth and Prevents Cancer Initiation Cancer Research 6 261
Quelle: Haustein et al. (2013) Biomedicine: An Analysis of Tweets and Citations in the Biomedical Literature, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST)
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