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Stevan Harnad is Professor in the Department of Psychology at Université du Québec à Montréal , holding the Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Sciences and is also Affiliate Professor in Electronics and Computer Science at University of Southampton, UK. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Harnad did his undergraduate work at McGill University and his graduate work at Princeton University . H is research is on categorisation , communication and cognition and the open research web.
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There are two basic types of policy – voluntary and mandatory. The former requests or encourages researchers to make their work Open Access by self-archiving it in the institutional repository: the latter r equires this action. Whilst research managers, in the spirit of the academy and out of a reluctance to add more to the administrative burden of researchers, may shy away from requiring certain behaviours from their staff, in the case of Open Access it has been shown that voluntary policies have little effect.
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