Throughout 2021, the world continued to be impacted by COVID-19. While scientists and public health officials rolled out vaccination programs developed in record time, ongoing problems related to racial and health inequity and the global climate crisis affected the lives of too many. Annual Reviews remains a reliable and trusted source of information. As we begin 2022, we’ve highlighted the high-impact articles from our 51 journals that attracted the most attention from readers during the year.
Annual Reviews continues to support the research community during this challenging time of world-changing events. The articles in this collection are either Open Access or are freely available to download via the links below – and always available at subscribing institutions.
TOP 10 DOWNLOADED ARTICLES FROM 2021 VOLUMES:
ELIZABETH HINTON and DEANZA COOK, Annual Review of Criminology
ISAK STODDARD, KEVIN ANDERSON, STUART CAPSICK, WIM CARTON, JOANNA DEPLEDGE, KERI FACER, CLAIR GOUGH, FREDERIC HACHE, CLAIRE HOOLOHAN, MARTIN HULTMAN, NICLAS HÄLLSTRÖM, SIVAN KARTHA, SONJA KLINSKY, MAGDALENA KUCHLER, EVA LÖVBRAND, NAGHMEH NASIRITOUSI, PETER NEWELL, GLEN P. PETERS, YOUBA SOKONA, ANDY STIRLING, MATTHEW STILWELL, CLIVE L. SPASH, and MARIAMA WILLIAMS, Annual Review of Environment and Resources
IVAN MARUSIC and SUSAN BROOMHALL, Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics
ÈVE DUBÉ, JEREMY K. WARD, PIERRE VERGER, and NONI E. MACDONALD, Annual Review of Public Health
TIM NEWBURN, Annual Review of Criminology
HARRIS MYLONAS and MAYA TUDOR, Annual Review of Political Sciences
JACK P. SHONKOFF, NATALIE SLOPEN, and DAVID R.WILLIAMS, Annual Review of Public Health
MAR CABEZA-CABRERIZO, ANA CARDOSO,CARLOS M. MINUTTI, MARIANA PEREIRA DA COSTA, and CAETANO REIS E SOUSAAnnual Review of Clinical Immunology
LYDIA BOUROUIBA, Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics
ROBERTO KOLTER, Annual Review of Microbiology
TOP 10 DOWNLOADED ARTICLES IN 2021:
JENNIFER A. MARSHALL GRAVES, Annual Review of Animal Biosciences
ELEANOR E. MACCOBY, Annual Review of Psychology
RUTH E. PATTERSON and DOROTHY D. SEARS, Annual Review of Nutrition
FANG LI, Annual Review of Virology
RONALD LABONTÉ, KATIA MOHINDRA, and TED SCHRECKER, Annual Review of Public Health
EKATERINA ZHURASKAYA, MARIA PETROVA, and RUBEN ENIKOLOPOV, Annual Review of Economics
JENNIFER S. LERNER, YE LI, PIERCARLO VALDESOLO, and KARIM S. KASSAM, Annual Review of Psychology
SEEMA JAYACHANDRAN, Annual Review of Economics
PHILIP J. NYHUS, Annual Review of Environment and Resources
ADELE DIAMOND, Annual Review of Psychology
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Annual Reviews is a nonprofit publisher with a mission to synthesize and integrate knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society. We currently publish 51 highly cited journals in the Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences.
Annual Reviews is a nonprofit publisher with a mission to synthesize and integrate knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society. We currently publish 51 highly-cited journals in the Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences, including Economics.