Mental health, sexual wellbeing, and a secret European intelligence operation join COVID-19 in last year’s top 10 most-read

More and more researchers are deciding to choose open access. 2020 was the biggest and arguably most important year yet for OA, as the world benefitted from more widely available, peer-reviewed knowledge.

But what were the top 10 most-read OA articles published with Taylor & Francis from last year, and how much impact did they have online and through the media?

Read on for the full rundown, including discussions around mental health and meat intake, and an exploration of penis size perceptions and the need for counseling. All alongside many angles on the implications of COVID-19, such as tourism and conspiracy theories.

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