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[[WATCH@>netflix~tV]] KGF Chapter 2 Streaming Free Online1 June 2022 How to Watch KGF Chapter 2 Starts, When Episode 1 Starts, Where to Watch of Premiere & More full Movie đź”´WATCH HERE â–· https://bit.ly/3M06ji7
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Participants will complete a modified dictator game where they will be asked to make stay/leave decisions based on the pay-offs received from each dictator. We will examine whether decision-making in this game reflects actual relationship patterns in real life and other individual differences.
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by Iga Gross
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Short description of the MMPI-2 test with sample questions
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by Fatme Al Anouti; Myriam Abboud; Dimitrios Papandreou; Rana Rizk; Nadine Mahboub; Suzan Haidar
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Oral Health among Children and Adolescents in the United Arab Emirates: A Systematic Review of the Past Decade Review team details 1. Review team members and their organizational affiliations: Fatme Al Anouti: Department of Health, College of Natural and Health Sciences, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Rana Rizk: Institut National de Santé Publique, d’Épidémiologie Clinique et de Toxicologie (INSPECT-Lb), Beirut, Lebanon Suzan Haidar: Lebanese International University,...
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by Marie Altgilbers; Scott Eidelman
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In this study, we will attempt to show that when the circumstances surrounding an election are uncertain (e.g., allegations of fraud), and participants' preferred candidate loses, participants are more prone to believing conspiracy theories about the election.
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by Kiia Huttunen; Karen Douglas
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In this MA thesis project, I propose that pseudo-profound receptivity is not only associated with one's analytical reasoning ability, but also to their inherent decision making biases (e.g., susceptibility to associative false memory). See proposal v2.1 document for details. Thesis proposed in November 2019. OSF registration created on March 21, 2021 after data collection is concluded but prior to human observation/compilation/analysis of data. This registration is for my personal documentation...
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by Kiia Huttunen; Karen Douglas
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by William McAuliffe; Michael McCullough; David Rand; Amitai Shenhav; Robert Wilson; Joseph Billingsley; Hashem Sadeghiyeh; Daniel Carrera; Vera Elizabeth Thornton; Max Alberhasky
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One recent study has found that religiosity is positively related to willingness to delay gratification to obtain a greater benefit rather than obtaining a smaller reward immediately (Carter, McCullough, Kim, Corrales, & Blake, 2012). However, this finding is potentially confounded with effort and/or trust. The smaller benefit required less effort to obtain because it was given right at the end of the study, whereas the bigger reward that required waiting a certain period of time also...
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by Lindsay Browne; C. Raymond Knee
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Capitalization is the additional benefits that one receives from telling a partner positive news and having one's partner respond favorably. While capitalization has been linked to many positive outcomes, there is limited research on what causes people to attempt to capitalize on good news. This will look at differences in motivations for capitalization which will be used to explain differences in relationship outcomes.
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by Jais Adam-Troian; Florent Varet; Alexis Akinyemi; Eric Bonetto
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by Edward Lemay
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Registration for "The Role of Values in Coping with Health and Economic Threats of COVID-19."
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by Roman Linne; Hans-Peter Erb; Ali Teymoori; Fabian Klauke; Scarlett Friedrich; Yvonne Emig; Alina Tilner
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We examine the influence of quantity and quality of thinking/reasoning on the belief in conspiracy theories.
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Individualised survival prognostic models for symptomatic patients with appendicular metastatic bone disease are key to guiding clinical decision-making for the orthopaedic surgeon. Several prognostic models have been developed in recent years, however, most orthopaedic surgeons have not incorporated these models in routine practice. This is possibly due to uncertainty concerning their accuracy, the lack of comparison publications and recommendations. Our aim was to conduct a review and quality...
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by Rachel Larson
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by Shanyu Kates
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by Angela-Faith Thomas; Michael Marks
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We aim to determine differences in sexual motivations across genders, races, and sexual orientations.
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In 2019, the WHO had already listed vaccine hesitancy as a top-ten threat to public health (https://www.who.int/news-room/spotlight/ten-threats-to-global-health-in-2019), auguring the challenge of SARS-CoV-2 (hereafter: “COVID-19”) vaccine hesitancy during the present pandemic. Across countries, rates of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy (estimates vary: 14% [Lazarus et al., 2020], 25% [Murphy et al., 2020], 15-25% [Roozenbeek et al., 2020]) appear sufficient to interfere with the establishment of...
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by Anne E Wilson; Victoria A. Parker; Emma Kehoe
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This study builds on our lab's past studies on forbidden knowledge. In past studies, correlational evidence indicates that information that is perceived as censored is viewed as more attractive, clickable, shareable, and true. We had mixed success manipulating the framing of forbidden knowledge. The current study improves the manipulation by presenting this framing in a realistic headline/news article format and extends past research by examining critical thinking about the information...
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by Madeline Jones
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Pre-registration hypotheses for schizotypy and conspiracies
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We will investigate how perceived unfairness relate to general conspiracist beliefs. We will also explore whether cognitive style moderate the effect of perceived unfairness on general conspiracist beliefs.
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Published article location: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ohx.2022.e00317 Authors: Hsien-Shun Liao(a), Christian Werner(b), Roman Slipets(c), Peter Emil Larsen(c), Ing-Shouh Hwang(d), Tien-Jen Chang(c), Hans Ulrich Danzebrink(b), Kuang-Yuh Huang(a), and En-Te Hwu(c,*) Affiliations: (a)Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 10617, Taipei, Taiwan. (b)Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Bundesallee 100, 38116 Braunschweig, Germany. (c)The Danish National Research...
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The current study replicates a previous study with a New Zealand and Australian sample; however, this study will use a representative sample of US participants. Conspiracy theories allege that a small group of elites or actors have a secret agenda to accomplish malevolent goals (Swami & Furnham, 2014). A feature of particular interest to psychologists is the finding that higher levels of perceived stress and anxiety appear to be related to an increased belief in conspiracy theories. Swami...
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by Verena Wuellhorst; Nuria Doñamayor; Tanja Endrass
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Data repository of the German validation study of the UPPS-P Impulsive Behavior Scale
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by David Illingworth; Rick Thomas; Sara Volk
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Conspiratorial thinking is a growing, yet controversial area of psychological science. Prior research suggests that fear may be a motivating factor in conspiratorial ideation (Tetlock, 2002; Boat & Prunier, 2013; Goertzel, 1994), but that this tendency is more closely correlated with belief in conservative political values rather than liberal values. We suspected that this reported discrepancy may be attributed to existent methodology for detecting conspiratorial thinking which may be...
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by Kai Hiraishi; Asako Miura; NAKANISHI, Daisuke; Nobuhiro Mifune; Mei Yamagata; Andrea Ortolani; Yang Li
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In March 2020, we conducted a cross-cultural web survey on disgust sensitivity amidst the Covid-19 pandemic in Japan, the US, the UK, and Italy (https://osf.io/gdrpj). In April 2020, we conducted another survey in China with basically the same questionnaire (https://osf.io/9cbhr). In the preregistration for the 2020 survey (Time 1 survey), we wrote that we would conduct a follow-up survey either when WHO declared the end of the pandemic or when one year later, whichever comes first. Following...
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The mental health and wellbeing of university students has become an important public health concern within therapeutic practice and psychological research (Brown, 2016). University students report higher levels of poor mental wellbeing than the general population (Lim et al., 2018), observing around 35% of students meeting the diagnostic criteria for at least one common mental health condition (Auerbach et al., 2016). To guide effective interventions and preventative strategies, an in-depth...
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by Carlos Sanchez
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files .py and .ino for the control of the circuitry in the OpenTCC
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by Kristin A Broussard; Helen C Harton
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We investigate citizens' preferences for the sustainability-related regulation of corporate business conduct in Brazil, India and Indonesia.
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by santhosh k v; binoy Krishna Roy; Preeti Mohanty
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Data of LVDT measurement with calibration and training data
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We investigate whether people predict pitch accent of an upcoming noun based on presence or absence of evidence for an accent change which we refer to as a Sandhi rule in Kansai dialects in Japanese using modifier-noun phrases like (1-4). When the modifier has an unaccented all-low tone as in (1-2), the tone of its final mora (genitive particle “no”) depends on the tone of the following noun. The final mora must have a high tone when the following noun begins with a low tone, and it must...
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by Michele Hiserodt; Michael Otto; R. Kathryn McHugh
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Opioid overdose, occurring as part of opioid mono-substance use (MSU) and, more intensely, among those with poly-substance use (PSU), is reflective of other high-risk behaviors among those with PSU. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the nature and significance of laboratory-assessed harm avoidance deficits in order to identify potential treatment targets that may underlie devastating, clinical harm-avoidance deficits, characterized by high risk for blood-borne viruses, criminality, and...
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by Marina Milyavskaya; Isabelle Leduc-Cummings; Shana Cole; Kaitlyn M. Werner; Janna Kline Dominick
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New study examining if motivation and trait self-control are related to whether people seek information on how to set up their environments so that they encounter fewer obstacles.
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by Joseph B Phillips; Arif Memovic; Nicole Huffman; Jacob Ford; Enrique Mendoza; B. Kal Munis
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Who people will excuse for political violence.
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by Torsten Martiny-Huenger
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Investigating the consequences of repeatedly encountering verbal stimulus-affect contingencies.
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by Iga Gross
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Short description of the MMPI-2 test with sample questions
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by Florian Lichtin; E. Keith Smith; Kay W. Axhausen; Thomas Bernauer
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We investigate the impact of a highly individualized information treatment, the Priority Evaluator, on citizens perceptions of different types of efficacy and environmental policy preferences.
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Research Question: To what extent can a microintervention trigger public leaders’ perceptions of their development needs, their motivation to develop and their willingness to participate in a leader training? To study this question, we will conduct a survey experiment in which participants are asked to reflect on very challenging, or even paradoxical leadership situations. Study participants will be randomly divided into two groups: Group A: Treatment group with reflection task; Group B:...
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by Veronica Romero; Paula Fitzpatrick; R. C. Schmidt; Michael J. Richardson
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Welcome. Here you will find all the data associated to the project entitled "Embodied Social Competence in ASD." Begin with the Readme File where you will find a description of all the available data.
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by Audrey Bedel; Elena Pasquinelli; Yvonnick Noel; mathieu farina; Joanna Stierlin; Sylvain Delouvée; Nicolas Gauvrit
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Although Critical Thinking Education is strongly encouraged, there are few controlled studies on its effectiveness, especially in the case of young children (Pasquinelli et al., 2020, 2021). Some authors are skeptical that critical thinking education can give what it promises (Willingham, 2007). Moderate optimism comes from recent meta-analyses, which find significant impact for interventions that can broadly described as “teaching to think”, “teaching to read, understand, and...
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This experiment is designed to test at what age adults feel that children develop cognitive abilities, and how this is effected when presented a prompt about the child's environment. Participants will also be asked about how they feel the child gained their cognitive ability (whether they felt the child was born with it, developed it with age, learned it through observation, or taught it). Lastly, participants will be asked how well they felt the child was able to perform the ability. All of...
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Previous research demonstrates that political ideology and identity correlate with compli- ance with non-pharmaceutical interventions aimed at stopping COVID-19 (e.g., Allcott et al., 2020; Gadarian, Goodman, & Pepinsky, 2021). Yet, underlying causes are not yet well understood. One possibility is that individuals with different political identities and ideolo- gies are distinct in terms of age, gender, social class, health and science-related attitudes. In turn, these characteristics may...
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This Study is part of the project: The effect of framing events as respect on intergroup attitudes Respect represents an essential component in human relationships – among individuals, groups and nations. Therefore, its presence or absence may have a significant influence in shaping the character of all relationship interactions. Surprisingly, how respect and disrespect influence the dynamic of intergroup relations within the context of intractable conflict (Bar-Tal, 2013) has been largely...
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by Christiné Schaefer; Fabian Mend; Eva Nachtsheim; Sabrina Michl
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The study is supposed to explain whether the feedback acceptance varies depending on the manager who gave it (AI or human) and the associated gender. Our goal is to find out whether AI bosses should be able to give feedback and how the AI must be associated in order to guarantee a rather positive reaction to feedback. In order to do so, we use a 2 (AI vs. human) x 3 (gender: m, f, d / m, f, neutral) between-subjects online experiment. The feedback we designed is positive out of ethical reasons...
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Universe International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, Volume 1, Issue 6, pp. 125-132, 2020
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by Julia Van de Vondervoort; Ori Friedman
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The current study continues to explore how moral and immoral evaluators are expected to judge individuals who bring about negative outcomes. Specifically, this study directly compares evaluators’ consideration of whether the outcome was intentional versus unintentional, and whether the outcome was brought about via an action or an omission.
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by Megan Hall; John Protzko
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by Eirik Søfteland; Anne Haugstvedt; Anne Schønberg; Ane Wilhelmsen-Langeland; Marit Heidi Seim
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The availability of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) enable patients to access their (estimated) blood glucose values at any time. The technology has had a huge impact on the diabetes care in type 1 diabetes mellitus. On the other hand, patients with type 2 diabetes are usually not offered this kind of monitoring devices. Few studies have evaluated the use of CGM in type 2 diabetes. Hence, the present study is a cluster-randomized controlled trial in which patients with type 2 diabetes are...
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by Lucie Wolters; Yasamin Motamedi; Simon Kirby
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This experiment investigates how learning an iconic or arbitrary lexicon affects word order preferences. Studies that use a paradigm in which participants improvise to convey information using only their hands and bodies but no speech (silent gesture) suggest that the orders produced by participants in improvisation are influenced by systematic preferences that cannot be explained by virtue of their native language. Schouwstra & de Swart (2014) examined the role of naturalness in generating...
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by Fanny Brun
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by Dina Mohamed; Javier Mejia-Gomez; Eleni Philippopoulos; wendy wolfman
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A review of the various indications for use of androgen preparations in premature ovarian insufficiency
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With this research study, we aim to explore how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted romantic relationships. The study includes a survey asking people various questions regarding their level of commitment, satisfaction, relationship importance, attachment style, and time spent with their partner both before and during the pandemic. Participants will be asked to complete a follow-up survey in 6 to 12 months time.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has a big impact on the lives of children. For example, schools have been closed for a while in the Netherlands, children's (grand)parents might have been in the hospital or even died, they have parents working in health care or parents who lost their jobs due to COVID-19. Producers of children’s news noticed a huge increase in audience ratings in the beginning of the pandemic and received countless questions from children who experienced negative emotions or were unable...
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This study will look at the effectiveness of a multimodal biofeedback system that uses NES games for mental relaxation. The developed system, called BioNES, is used to deliver relaxation training using NES games via HRV biofeedback. Besides evaluating the effectiveness of the developed system, this study also aims to evaluate the user’s motivation and the system’s usability.
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Intimacy status begins when the individual is 19 years old, then before marriage young adults develop the intimacy status. When they got married, they already had that intimacy status. If the intimacy status of a woman is not good, plus the individual is busy taking care of children, then this can affect sexual satisfaction in her marriage. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is a relationship between intimacy status and sexual satisfaction in marriage among young adult...
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by Drew M. Parton; David Chester; Michael L. Crowe
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Individuals differ in their predispositions toward seeking revenge—their vengefulness. Although the psychological antecedents and contextual factors that promote revenge have been widely studied, the structure of vengefulness has received less focus. The first phase of this project attempted to expand and clarify the taxonomy of vengefulness by using a hierarchical exploratory factor analysis on a battery of some of the most common vengefulness measures. This second phase will use Item...
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by Jan-Willem van Prooijen; Nicole Mulas; Mausolf, L.; Shayda Shwan; Iris Guhring
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In this study we again test whether belief in one conspiracy theory actually predicts belief in a contradictory one, or whether the positive correlation between mutually incompatible conspiracy theories is due to those who do believe the official reading of events (and hence, disbelieve both conspiracy theories). This study adds an additional element, by more explicitly looking at (and articulating a preregistered hypothesis about) cases where the contradictory conspiracy theories involve a...
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by Thomas Dheilly; Edgar Dubourg; Olivier Morin; Hugo Mercier
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We will test whether or not trivia knowledge is nested. Nestedness would mean that those participants who can answer the most difficult questions can also answer the easiest ones, but that the reverse configuration (a participant who can answer the hardest questions but not the easy questions) is unlikely — a question’s ease or difficulty being defined as the number of participants who get it right.
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by Michael J. Seay; Dean Buonomano
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This study will examine the relationship between short-term memory and timing. Here short-term memory refers to our ability to temporarily store and use of recent information, such as remembering a telephone number before dialing it. Timing refers to the ability to predict when an external event will happen, such as when the traffic light will change. The aim of this study is to determine whether and how the human short-term memory system implicitly tracks the timing of items that must be...
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by Sandra Moutinho; Ana Isabel Ribeiro
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Mosquito-borne diseases are a public health concern and a growing problem around the world. Currently, due to climate change, deforestation, environmental degradation, urbanization, increased mobility, globalization and changes in public health practices, it has been found that the incidence of vector-borne infectious diseases has been increasing. Spatial analysis tools and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are increasingly used in surveillance and epidemiological investigation. With the...
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In this study we are interested in how citizens react to different concerns with democratic quality. With this aim, we will employ a factorial vignette experiment (AtzmĂĽller and Steiner 2010; Mutz 2011) to study the ways in which individuals react to different concerns with democratic quality. Respondents will be randomly assigned to one of five groups. Each group will be asked about actions that they would personally consider to express their opinion about how their country should be...
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by Nirmalya Basu
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I have proposed here a new scheme of representing information which is that any physical quantity can be considered to uniquely represent a distinct piece of information (a piece of information different from the one that the physical quantity itself conveys which is that of its identity). Doing so is expected to bring advantage to computation.
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by David F Little
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All code used to run the specific simulations reported in the paper
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by Maya Mathur; Andrea Niles; Mary Smirnova; Nora Huey; Aoife O'Donovan
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See the file "Preregistration #2"
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by Mushfiqul Anwar Siraji; Munia Rahman Chandni; Bishal Shaha; Shamsul Haque
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In this study we culturally adapted and psychometrically validate the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaine.
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The aim of the study is to determine whether the existing risk factor list of the international professional societies for the identification of pregnant women at risk for thyroid dysfunction is suitable as a reliable screening tool for the prediction of thyroid dysfunction, as determined in a serum TSH test.
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by Gertraud Stadler
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Women experience increasing information overload during pregnancy through media, internet information, and apps. Support for protective health behavior, such as pregnancy-appropriate exercise, and strengthening health consciousness and health competency of pregnant women is the central goal of this project. We use an app which is designed to improve skills to find, understand, evaluate, and apply health information to own health-related decisions to assure pregnant women. The app is aimed to be...
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Reports on Aboriginal mental health indicate that severe mental illness was rare among traditional Aboriginal cultures (1-3). Aboriginal people’s strong sense of community and culture including strong connection to country and spiritual beliefs are core to Aboriginal people’s knowing, being and doing (1). As opposed to Western notions, Aboriginal sense of self is relational to other aspects of life such as community, spirituality, culture, and country. Resilience to cope with distress,...
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by Marica Cassarino; Gillian Murphy; Annalisa Setti; Jason Chan; Eleanor Bantry-White
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A collaborative project to investigate the experiences and impact of a major fire causing the closure of a community centre in the South of Ireland
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by Stuart J Ritchie
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by Liesbet Berlamont; Peter Kuppens; Eva Ceulemans; Lesley Verhofstadt
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Emotional awareness, as assessed with the Levels of Emotional Awareness Scale has been found to be associated with indicators of personal as well as relational well-being. The LEAS, however, measures people's emotional awareness with regard to hypothetical situations, thereby limiting the ecological validity of existing findings. The current study aims to deal with this limitation by investigating if the documented associations with personal and relational well-being also apply when emotional...
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by Francesca R Farina; Pavithra Pavithra; John Regan; Patricia O’Loughlin; Marc Patrick Bennett; Bert Lenaert; Melissa Marquez; Michelle Anne Taddeo; James Griffith
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Data analysis plan for the Reducing Fear and Avoidance of Memory Loss (REFRAME) Study.
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