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Supplemental_materials – Supplemental material for Correcting for Bias in Psychology: A Comparison of Meta-Analytic Methods

Evan C. Carter, Felix D. Schönbrodt, Will M. Gervais & Joseph Hilgard
Supplemental material, Supplemental_materials for Correcting for Bias in Psychology: A Comparison of Meta-Analytic Methods by Evan C. Carter, Felix D. Schönbrodt, Will M. Gervais and Joseph Hilgard in Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science

Supplementary_Table – Supplemental material for Teachers’ Conversational Style and Children’s Language Development in German Childcare Centers: A Culture-Sensitive Intervention

Lisa Schröder, Anna Dintsioudi, Marit Kristine List & Heidi Keller
Supplemental material, Supplementary_Table for Teachers’ Conversational Style and Children’s Language Development in German Childcare Centers: A Culture-Sensitive Intervention by Lisa Schröder, Anna Dintsioudi, Marit Kristine List and Heidi Keller in Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology

Supplemental_Table_1_R1_6.19.18 – Supplemental material for A Microarray Study of Articular Cartilage in Relation to Obesity and Severity of Knee Osteoarthritis

Muhammad Farooq Rai, Linda J. Sandell, Toby N. Barrack, Lei Cai, Eric D. Tycksen, Simon Y. Tang, Matthew J. Silva & Robert L. Barrack
Supplemental material, Supplemental_Table_1_R1_6.19.18 for A Microarray Study of Articular Cartilage in Relation to Obesity and Severity of Knee Osteoarthritis by Muhammad Farooq Rai, Linda J. Sandell, Toby N. Barrack, Lei Cai, Eric D. Tycksen, Simon Y. Tang, Matthew J. Silva and Robert L. Barrack in CARTILAGE

Suboptimal outcomes after internal fixation for displaced intracapsular femoral neck fractures in 50- to 60-year-old patients

Chun-Hung Chang, Shang-Wen Tsai, Po-Kuei Wu, Chao-Ming Chen, Ming-Chau Chang, Wei-Ming Chen & Cheng-Fong Chen
Purpose:The aim of this study was to evaluate outcomes of internal fixation for displaced femoral neck fracture (FNF) between 50 and 60 years old. The patient and surgical factors for the failure were identified.Methods:We retrospectively reviewed the records of 102 displaced FNF patients between 50 and 60 years old (mean age 54.9 years) who had undergone internal fixation between 2005 and 2016. The minimum follow-up was 12 months. Primary end points included loss of reduction, non-union, and osteonecrosis of...

Supplementary_Table_5 - Acute Kidney Injury Defined by Fluid Corrected Creatinine in Neonates After the Norwood Procedure

Megan McFerson SooHoo, Sonali S. Patel, James Jaggers, Sarah Faubel & Katja M. Gist
Supplementary_Table_5 for Acute Kidney Injury Defined by Fluid Corrected Creatinine in Neonates After the Norwood Procedure by Megan McFerson SooHoo, Sonali S. Patel, James Jaggers, Sarah Faubel, and Katja M. Gist in World Journal for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery

SUPPLEMENTARY_MATERIAL – Supplemental material for Medicaid and Nursing Home Choice: Why Do Duals End Up in Low-Quality Facilities?

Hari Sharma, Marcelo Coca Perraillon, Rachel M. Werner, David C. Grabowski & R. Tamara Konetzka
Supplemental material, SUPPLEMENTARY_MATERIAL for Medicaid and Nursing Home Choice: Why Do Duals End Up in Low-Quality Facilities? by Hari Sharma, Marcelo Coca Perraillon, Rachel M. Werner, David C. Grabowski and R. Tamara Konetzka in Journal of Applied Gerontology

Dopamine dysregulation syndrome in non-Parkinson’s disease patients: a systematic review

Jodi Cartoon & Jothi Ramalingam
Objectives:To explore the presence of dopamine dysregulation syndrome in non-Parkinson’s disease patients receiving dopamine replacement therapy.Methods:Electronic searches were conducted of Medline, Embase, PsycINFO and PreMedline to capture articles related to dopamine misuse or factitious disorder combined with the presence of dopamine replacement therapy or a non-Parkinson’s disease population. In total, 430 articles were reviewed and studies that addressed dopamine dysregulation syndrome in non-Parkinson’s disease patients were included.Results:Nine case reports were identified.Conclusions:The pathophysiology underlying dopamine dysregulation...

Conservation Leadership: A Developmental Model

Theresa K. Sullivan & Amy K. Syvertsen
Dealing with environmental issues requires citizens who adopt conservation behaviors, influence those around them to follow suit, and lead local and global policy initiatives. The purpose of this study is to advance our understanding of the developmental processes that undergird young people’s emergence as conservation leaders with the capacity to take on these roles. A qualitative, grounded theory analysis of transcripts from focus groups and interviews with 76 adolescent and young adult participants of a...

Takahashi_OnlineAppendix – Supplemental material for Effect of Extraneous Affect on Health Message Reception

Koji J. Takahashi & Allison Earl
Supplemental material, Takahashi_OnlineAppendix for Effect of Extraneous Affect on Health Message Reception by Koji J. Takahashi and Allison Earl in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Supplemental Material5 - Supplemental material for Development of the ACTIVE framework to describe stakeholder involvement in systematic reviews

Alex Pollock, Pauline Campbell, Caroline Struthers, Anneliese Synnot, Jack Nunn, Sophie Hill, Heather Goodare, Jacqui Morris, Chris Watts & Richard Morley
Supplemental material, Supplemental Material5 for Development of the ACTIVE framework to describe stakeholder involvement in systematic reviews by Alex Pollock, Pauline Campbell, Caroline Struthers, Anneliese Synnot, Jack Nunn, Sophie Hill, Heather Goodare, Jacqui Morris, Chris Watts and Richard Morley in Journal of Health Services Research & Policy

Appendix_1 - A latent profile analysis of nurses’ moral sensitivity

Na Zhang, Jingjing Li, Zhen Xu & Zhenxing Gong
Appendix_1 for A latent profile analysis of nurses’ moral sensitivity by Na Zhang, Jingjing Li, Zhen Xu and Zhenxing Gong in Nursing Ethics

A latent profile analysis of nurses’ moral sensitivity

Na Zhang, Jingjing Li, Zhen Xu & Zhenxing Gong
Background:The three-dimensional model of nurses’ moral sensitivity has typically been studied using a variable-centered rather than a person-centered approach, preventing a more complete understanding of how these forms of moral sensitivity are expressed as a whole. Latent profile analysis is a person-centered approach that classifies individuals from a heterogeneous population into homogeneous subgroups, helping identify how different subpopulations of nurses use distinct combinations of different moral sensitivities to affect their service behaviors.Objective:Latent profile analysis was...

Appendix_1 - A latent profile analysis of nurses’ moral sensitivity

Na Zhang, Jingjing Li, Zhen Xu & Zhenxing Gong
Appendix_1 for A latent profile analysis of nurses’ moral sensitivity by Na Zhang, Jingjing Li, Zhen Xu and Zhenxing Gong in Nursing Ethics

A latent profile analysis of nurses’ moral sensitivity

Na Zhang, Jingjing Li, Zhen Xu & Zhenxing Gong
Background:The three-dimensional model of nurses’ moral sensitivity has typically been studied using a variable-centered rather than a person-centered approach, preventing a more complete understanding of how these forms of moral sensitivity are expressed as a whole. Latent profile analysis is a person-centered approach that classifies individuals from a heterogeneous population into homogeneous subgroups, helping identify how different subpopulations of nurses use distinct combinations of different moral sensitivities to affect their service behaviors.Objective:Latent profile analysis was...

Supplemental Material, Supplementary_Figure_1_(revised) - Morphology, Loadability, and Releasing Profiles of CalliSpheres Microspheres in Delivering Oxaliplatin: An In Vitro Study

Xiaoli Han, Qinyue Chen, Yali Sun, Limei Han & Xianyi Sha
Supplemental Material, Supplementary_Figure_1_(revised) for Morphology, Loadability, and Releasing Profiles of CalliSpheres Microspheres in Delivering Oxaliplatin: An In Vitro Study by Xiaoli Han, Qinyue Chen, Yali Sun, Limei Han and Xianyi Sha in Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment

Morphology, Loadability, and Releasing Profiles of CalliSpheres Microspheres in Delivering Oxaliplatin: An In Vitro Study

Xiaoli Han, Qinyue Chen, Yali Sun, Limei Han & Xianyi Sha
Objectives:This study aimed to explore the morphology, loadability, and releasing profiles of CalliSpheres microspheres in delivering oxaliplatin.Methods:Varied amount (20, 40, 60, and 80 mg oxaliplatin) and concentration (1.25, 2.5, 5.0 mg/mL oxaliplatin) of oxaliplatin were mixed with CalliSpheres microspheres with 3 sizes (50-150 μm, 100-300 μm, and 300-500 μm) to measure the loadability. Of all, 20 mg oxaliplatin-loaded CalliSpheres microspheres with 3 sizes was prepared to measure the releasing profiles, meanwhile, fetal bovine serum was...

Supplemental Material, Supplementary_Figure_1_(revised) - Morphology, Loadability, and Releasing Profiles of CalliSpheres Microspheres in Delivering Oxaliplatin: An In Vitro Study

Xiaoli Han, Qinyue Chen, Yali Sun, Limei Han & Xianyi Sha
Supplemental Material, Supplementary_Figure_1_(revised) for Morphology, Loadability, and Releasing Profiles of CalliSpheres Microspheres in Delivering Oxaliplatin: An In Vitro Study by Xiaoli Han, Qinyue Chen, Yali Sun, Limei Han and Xianyi Sha in Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment

Morphology, Loadability, and Releasing Profiles of CalliSpheres Microspheres in Delivering Oxaliplatin: An In Vitro Study

Xiaoli Han, Qinyue Chen, Yali Sun, Limei Han & Xianyi Sha
Objectives:This study aimed to explore the morphology, loadability, and releasing profiles of CalliSpheres microspheres in delivering oxaliplatin.Methods:Varied amount (20, 40, 60, and 80 mg oxaliplatin) and concentration (1.25, 2.5, 5.0 mg/mL oxaliplatin) of oxaliplatin were mixed with CalliSpheres microspheres with 3 sizes (50-150 μm, 100-300 μm, and 300-500 μm) to measure the loadability. Of all, 20 mg oxaliplatin-loaded CalliSpheres microspheres with 3 sizes was prepared to measure the releasing profiles, meanwhile, fetal bovine serum was...

Supplementary_Material – Supplemental material for Context effects of background babbling on memory for melodies

Steffen A. Herff, Roger T. Dean & Nora K. Schaal
Supplemental material, Supplementary_Material for Context effects of background babbling on memory for melodies by Steffen A. Herff, Roger T. Dean and Nora K. Schaal in Musicae Scientiae

RandR3_Table_S1_Supplemental_Full_Correlation_Matrix_and_S1 – Supplemental material for Factor Structure and Incremental Utility of the Distress Tolerance Scale: A Bifactor Analysis

Travis A. Rogers, Joseph R. Bardeen, Thomas A. Fergus & Natasha Benfer
Supplemental material, RandR3_Table_S1_Supplemental_Full_Correlation_Matrix_and_S1 for Factor Structure and Incremental Utility of the Distress Tolerance Scale: A Bifactor Analysis by Travis A. Rogers, Joseph R. Bardeen, Thomas A. Fergus and Natasha Benfer in Assessment

Can Hierarchy Dodge Bullets? Examining Blame Attribution in Military Contracting

Austin P. Johnson, Nehemia Geva & Kenneth J. Meier
The increased outsourcing of national security endeavors to private military companies (PMCs) raises questions concerning public evaluations of their performance and the extent to which government officials are held accountable. We use a survey experiment to test public blame attribution associated with a failed military operation that was conducted by either regular or private military personnel. Our findings suggest that there are multiple mediating pathways in the process of attributing blame in foreign policy. Furthermore,...

Religion and foreign-policy views: Are religious people more altruistic and/or more militant?

Ivica Petrikova
Religion shapes people’s identity and behaviour, and thus influences their foreign-policy views. Yet, existing research has thus far not explored this issue in depth or cross-nationally. This article contributes to filling this gap by examining the effects of religious belief, belonging, and behaviour on people’s foreign-policy views across a large sample of countries. Further, it investigates how these effects are influenced by religions’ social standing and countries’ income level. The study finds that religion significantly...

Supplemental Material, backlash_JCR_replication_files - Why Do People Join Backlash Protests? Lessons from Turkey

S. Erdem Aytaç, Luis Schiumerini & Susan Stokes
Supplemental Material, backlash_JCR_replication_files for Why Do People Join Backlash Protests? Lessons from Turkey by S. Erdem Aytaç, Luis Schiumerini, and Susan Stokes in Journal of Conflict Resolution

Supplementary_File_S1_-_QHR-2018-1116.R1 – Supplemental material for Developing a Typology of HIV/STI Testing Patterns Among Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Men: A Framework to Guide Interventions

Rayner Kay Jin Tan, Nashwinder Kaur, Mark I-Cheng Chen & Chen Seong Wong
Supplemental material, Supplementary_File_S1_-_QHR-2018-1116.R1 for Developing a Typology of HIV/STI Testing Patterns Among Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Men: A Framework to Guide Interventions by Rayner Kay Jin Tan, Nashwinder Kaur, Mark I-Cheng Chen and Chen Seong Wong in Qualitative Health Research

Does Gender in the C-Suite Really Matter?

Trang Doan & Mai Iskandar-Datta
This study empirically tests the implications of five theories on the importance of gender in the C-suite, employing two different settings. Specifically, we examine the impact of gender of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on the stock price response at the appointment of the executive and on post-hiring firm performance. The results from both tests are in support of the notion that female executives are less overconfident, but not less risk-averse, than their male counterparts....

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