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Supplemental Material1 - Supplemental material for Comparison of the biomechanics of radial head prostheses with dynamic loading in the radiocapitellar joint

Yucheng Sun, Arnold Adikrishna, Hanpyo Hong, Jun Tan & In-Ho Jeon
Supplemental material, Supplemental Material1 for Comparison of the biomechanics of radial head prostheses with dynamic loading in the radiocapitellar joint by Yucheng Sun, Arnold Adikrishna, Hanpyo Hong, Jun Tan and In-Ho Jeon in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Reading causes widespread changes in the brain, but its effect on visual word representations is unknown. Learning to read may facilitate visual processing by forming specialized detectors for longer strings or by making word responses more predictable from single letters—that is, by increasing compositionality. We provided evidence for the latter hypothesis using experiments that compared nonoverlapping groups of readers of two Indian languages (Telugu and Malayalam). Readers showed increased single-letter discrimination and decreased letter interactions...

Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Reading causes widespread changes in the brain, but its effect on visual word representations is unknown. Learning to read may facilitate visual processing by forming specialized detectors for longer strings or by making word responses more predictable from single letters—that is, by increasing compositionality. We provided evidence for the latter hypothesis using experiments that compared nonoverlapping groups of readers of two Indian languages (Telugu and Malayalam). Readers showed increased single-letter discrimination and decreased letter interactions...

Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Reading causes widespread changes in the brain, but its effect on visual word representations is unknown. Learning to read may facilitate visual processing by forming specialized detectors for longer strings or by making word responses more predictable from single letters—that is, by increasing compositionality. We provided evidence for the latter hypothesis using experiments that compared nonoverlapping groups of readers of two Indian languages (Telugu and Malayalam). Readers showed increased single-letter discrimination and decreased letter interactions...

Arun_Supplemental_Material_rev – Supplemental material for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Supplemental material, Arun_Supplemental_Material_rev for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations by Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari and S. P. Arun in Psychological Science

Arun_Supplemental_Material_rev – Supplemental material for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Supplemental material, Arun_Supplemental_Material_rev for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations by Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari and S. P. Arun in Psychological Science

Arun_Supplemental_Material_rev – Supplemental material for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Supplemental material, Arun_Supplemental_Material_rev for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations by Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari and S. P. Arun in Psychological Science

Arun_Open_Practices_Disclosure – Supplemental material for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Supplemental material, Arun_Open_Practices_Disclosure for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations by Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari and S. P. Arun in Psychological Science

Arun_openpractices_disclosure – Supplemental material for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Supplemental material, Arun_openpractices_disclosure for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations by Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari and S. P. Arun in Psychological Science

Arun_openpractices_disclosure – Supplemental material for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations

Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari & S. P. Arun
Supplemental material, Arun_openpractices_disclosure for Reading Increases the Compositionality of Visual Word Representations by Aakash Agrawal, K. V. S. Hari and S. P. Arun in Psychological Science

790773__App2_online_supp – Supplemental material for Will I lose my license for that? A closer look at Canadian disciplinary hearings and what it means for pharmacists’ practice to full scope

E. Ai-Leng Foong, Kelly A. Grindrod & Sherilyn K. D. Houle
Supplemental material, 790773__App2_online_supp for Will I lose my license for that? A closer look at Canadian disciplinary hearings and what it means for pharmacists’ practice to full scope by E. Ai-Leng Foong, Kelly A. Grindrod and Sherilyn K. D. Houle in Canadian Pharmacists Journal / Revue des Pharmaciens du Canada

Supplemental material for How can the presence of a surgical care practitioner improve training for staff who are learning how to scrub for robotics cases in a urology theatre?

Prue Barry
Supplemental material for How can the presence of a surgical care practitioner improve training for staff who are learning how to scrub for robotics cases in a urology theatre? by Prue Barry in Journal of Perioperative Practice

Native Advertising in Online News: Trade-Offs Among Clicks, Brand Recognition, and Website Trustworthiness

Anocha Aribarg & Eric M. Schwartz
Native advertising is a type of online advertising that matches the form and function of the platform on which it appears. In practice, the choice between display and in-feed native advertising presents brand advertisers and online news publishers with conflicting objectives. Advertisers face a trade-off between ad clicks and brand recognition, whereas publishers need to strike a balance between ad clicks and the platform’s trustworthiness. For policy makers, concerns that native advertising confuses customers prompted...

Supplemental Material, jmr.17.0329-File003 - Native Advertising in Online News: Trade-Offs Among Clicks, Brand Recognition, and Website Trustworthiness

Anocha Aribarg & Eric M. Schwartz
Supplemental Material, jmr.17.0329-File003 for Native Advertising in Online News: Trade-Offs Among Clicks, Brand Recognition, and Website Trustworthiness by Anocha Aribarg and Eric M. Schwartz in Journal of Marketing Research

Native Advertising in Online News: Trade-Offs Among Clicks, Brand Recognition, and Website Trustworthiness

Anocha Aribarg & Eric M. Schwartz
Native advertising is a type of online advertising that matches the form and function of the platform on which it appears. In practice, the choice between display and in-feed native advertising presents brand advertisers and online news publishers with conflicting objectives. Advertisers face a trade-off between ad clicks and brand recognition, whereas publishers need to strike a balance between ad clicks and the platform’s trustworthiness. For policy makers, concerns that native advertising confuses customers prompted...

Supplemental Material, jmr.17.0329-File003 - Native Advertising in Online News: Trade-Offs Among Clicks, Brand Recognition, and Website Trustworthiness

Anocha Aribarg & Eric M. Schwartz
Supplemental Material, jmr.17.0329-File003 for Native Advertising in Online News: Trade-Offs Among Clicks, Brand Recognition, and Website Trustworthiness by Anocha Aribarg and Eric M. Schwartz in Journal of Marketing Research

Supplemental Material, jmr.16.0350-File003 - Price Promotions Cause Impatience

Franklin Shaddy & Leonard Lee
Supplemental Material, jmr.16.0350-File003 for Price Promotions Cause Impatience by Franklin Shaddy and Leonard Lee in Journal of Marketing Research

Price Promotions Cause Impatience

Franklin Shaddy & Leonard Lee
In this research, the authors propose that incidental exposure to price promotions can cause downstream impatience in an unrelated domain. Specifically, price promotions trigger reward seeking—a general motivational state—and reward seeking, in turn, yields impatience. Seven experiments (N = 1,795) demonstrate how incidental exposure to price promotions can cause greater willingness to pay to avoid waiting (Experiments 1a and 1b), shorter actual wait times (Experiments 2, 3b, and 5), greater propensity to break a rule...

Price Promotions Cause Impatience

Franklin Shaddy & Leonard Lee
In this research, the authors propose that incidental exposure to price promotions can cause downstream impatience in an unrelated domain. Specifically, price promotions trigger reward seeking—a general motivational state—and reward seeking, in turn, yields impatience. Seven experiments (N = 1,795) demonstrate how incidental exposure to price promotions can cause greater willingness to pay to avoid waiting (Experiments 1a and 1b), shorter actual wait times (Experiments 2, 3b, and 5), greater propensity to break a rule...

Supplemental Material, jmr.16.0350-File003 - Price Promotions Cause Impatience

Franklin Shaddy & Leonard Lee
Supplemental Material, jmr.16.0350-File003 for Price Promotions Cause Impatience by Franklin Shaddy and Leonard Lee in Journal of Marketing Research

Supplemental Material, Supplemental - Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Offers Survival Benefit to Stable Patients With One Single Chronic Total Occlusion and Diabetes: A Propensity Score–Matched Analysis

Yunfeng Yan, Fei Yuan, Hong Liu, Feng Xu, Min Zhang, Wei Wang, Mingduo Zhang, Jinfan Tian, Kongyong Cui, Kuo Zhou, Lingxiao Chen & Shuzheng Lyu
Supplemental Material, Supplemental for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Offers Survival Benefit to Stable Patients With One Single Chronic Total Occlusion and Diabetes: A Propensity Score–Matched Analysis by Yunfeng Yan, Fei Yuan, Hong Liu, Feng Xu, Min Zhang, Wei Wang, Mingduo Zhang, Jinfan Tian, Kongyong Cui, Kuo Zhou, Lingxiao Chen and Shuzheng Lyu in Angiology

Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Offers Survival Benefit to Stable Patients With One Single Chronic Total Occlusion and Diabetes: A Propensity Score–Matched Analysis

Yunfeng Yan, Fei Yuan, Hong Liu, Feng Xu, Min Zhang, Wei Wang, Mingduo Zhang, Jinfan Tian, Kongyong Cui, Kuo Zhou, Lingxiao Chen & Shuzheng Lyu
Studies on chronic total occlusion (CTO) treatment strategy in stable patients have reported conflicting results. We focused on stable diabetic patients with a single CTO (other vessels have been successfully treated before). We attempted to identify which strategy (percutaneous coronary intervention [PCI] or medical therapy [MT]) is optimal; 545 patients were selected from a total of 39 952 patients. Based on the initial treatment strategy, we assigned patients to either the PCI or MT group....

Supplemental Material, Supplemental - Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Offers Survival Benefit to Stable Patients With One Single Chronic Total Occlusion and Diabetes: A Propensity Score–Matched Analysis

Yunfeng Yan, Fei Yuan, Hong Liu, Feng Xu, Min Zhang, Wei Wang, Mingduo Zhang, Jinfan Tian, Kongyong Cui, Kuo Zhou, Lingxiao Chen & Shuzheng Lyu
Supplemental Material, Supplemental for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Offers Survival Benefit to Stable Patients With One Single Chronic Total Occlusion and Diabetes: A Propensity Score–Matched Analysis by Yunfeng Yan, Fei Yuan, Hong Liu, Feng Xu, Min Zhang, Wei Wang, Mingduo Zhang, Jinfan Tian, Kongyong Cui, Kuo Zhou, Lingxiao Chen and Shuzheng Lyu in Angiology

Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Offers Survival Benefit to Stable Patients With One Single Chronic Total Occlusion and Diabetes: A Propensity Score–Matched Analysis

Yunfeng Yan, Fei Yuan, Hong Liu, Feng Xu, Min Zhang, Wei Wang, Mingduo Zhang, Jinfan Tian, Kongyong Cui, Kuo Zhou, Lingxiao Chen & Shuzheng Lyu
Studies on chronic total occlusion (CTO) treatment strategy in stable patients have reported conflicting results. We focused on stable diabetic patients with a single CTO (other vessels have been successfully treated before). We attempted to identify which strategy (percutaneous coronary intervention [PCI] or medical therapy [MT]) is optimal; 545 patients were selected from a total of 39 952 patients. Based on the initial treatment strategy, we assigned patients to either the PCI or MT group....

LUP884651 Supplementary Table - Supplemental material for The association between duration of remission, fatigue, depression and health-related quality of life in Italian patients with systemic lupus erythematosus

D P E Margiotta, S Fasano, F Basta, L Pierro, A Riccardi, L Navarini, G Valentini & A Afeltra
Supplemental material, LUP884651 Supplementary Table for The association between duration of remission, fatigue, depression and health-related quality of life in Italian patients with systemic lupus erythematosus by D P E Margiotta, S Fasano, F Basta, L Pierro, A Riccardi, L Navarini, G Valentini and A Afeltra in Lupus

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