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  • × author_ss:"Jamali, H.R."
  1. Nicholas, D.; Nicholas, P.; Jamali, H.R.; Watkinson, A.: ¬The information seeking behaviour of the users of digital scholarly journals (2006) 5.27
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  2. Jamali, H.R.; Nicholas, D.: Information-seeking behaviour of physicists and astronomers (2008) 5.27
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  3. Nicholas, D.; Clark, D.; Rowlands, I.; Jamali, H.R.: Information on the go : a case study of Europeana mobile users (2013) 5.27
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  4. Tenopir, C.; Levine, K.; Allard, S.; Christian, L.; Volentine, R.; Boehm, R.; Nichols, F.; Nicholas, D.; Jamali, H.R.; Herman, E.; Watkinson, A.: Trustworthiness and authority of scholarly information in a digital age : results of an international questionnaire (2016) 5.27
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