These are selected lists of publishers. Proper attribution is required by all publishers. If your article was published by another publisher, please contact thesis AT library.caltech.edu. Please report any broken links.
For these publishers if you want to use content from your own articles in your thesis, you don’t need to ask permission. Links lead to the relevant documentation at the publishers' websites. Please note that some publishers, most notably AAAS (American association for the Advancement of Science) and ACS (American Chemical Society), have a policy of reserving the right to first publication which can vary by specific journal. Links are provided below each of these publishers' standard thesis permission pages, to their policies on embargoing/right of first publication. The upshot is that chapters based on articles in their journals should not be released for distribution prior to publication at the journal's website, but are not subject to any further delay beyond the official posting date.
For these publishers if you want to use content from your own articles in your thesis, you will need to ask permission.
We're not currently aware of any major publishers, in which Caltech researchers publish, that do not have a blanket policy in place with respect to re-use of material in theses.