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2019-09-17_Supplementary_file_2_search_terms_and_search_strategy_CNR-L-19-193.R2 – Supplemental material for Experience of Culturally-Tailored Diabetes Interventions for Ethnic Minorities: A Qualitative Systematic Review

Jee Young Joo & Megan F. Liu
Supplemental material, 2019-09-17_Supplementary_file_2_search_terms_and_search_strategy_CNR-L-19-193.R2 for Experience of Culturally-Tailored Diabetes Interventions for Ethnic Minorities: A Qualitative Systematic Review by Jee Young Joo and Megan F. Liu in Clinical Nursing Research

Universal Baby Bonds Reduce Black-White Wealth Inequality, Progressively Raise Net Worth of All Young Adults

Naomi Zewde
The distribution of wealth has grown increasingly unequal, especially along racial lines. Lawmakers and researchers propose to address the issue with universal “baby bonds,” paid to every newborn and preserved until young adulthood. Bond values are tied inversely to wealth up to a $50,000 maximum investment. This study uses longitudinal data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics on the assets of young adults to simulate contemporary racial inequalities under a counterfactual policy environment in...

appendix_9 – Supplemental material for Universal Baby Bonds Reduce Black-White Wealth Inequality, Progressively Raise Net Worth of All Young Adults

Naomi Zewde
Supplemental material, appendix_9 for Universal Baby Bonds Reduce Black-White Wealth Inequality, Progressively Raise Net Worth of All Young Adults by Naomi Zewde in Review of Black Political Economy

appendix_9 – Supplemental material for Universal Baby Bonds Reduce Black-White Wealth Inequality, Progressively Raise Net Worth of All Young Adults

Naomi Zewde
Supplemental material, appendix_9 for Universal Baby Bonds Reduce Black-White Wealth Inequality, Progressively Raise Net Worth of All Young Adults by Naomi Zewde in Review of Black Political Economy

Universal Baby Bonds Reduce Black-White Wealth Inequality, Progressively Raise Net Worth of All Young Adults

Naomi Zewde
The distribution of wealth has grown increasingly unequal, especially along racial lines. Lawmakers and researchers propose to address the issue with universal “baby bonds,” paid to every newborn and preserved until young adulthood. Bond values are tied inversely to wealth up to a $50,000 maximum investment. This study uses longitudinal data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics on the assets of young adults to simulate contemporary racial inequalities under a counterfactual policy environment in...

When Speaking English Is Not Enough: The Consequences of Language-Based Stigma for Nonnative Speakers

Megan E. Birney, Anna Rabinovich, Thomas A. Morton, Hannah Heath & Sam Ashcroft
We explored the effects of language-based stigma on the relationship between native and nonnative speakers. In two studies, we found that stigmatized nonnative speakers experienced more negative interpersonal interactions, higher levels of intergroup threat, and reduced performance on an English test compared with nonnative speakers who did not experience stigma. These effects were mediated by anxiety and moderated by prevention-related goals. Furthermore, native speakers perceived stigmatized (vs. not-stigmatized) speakers’ accents as stronger and their commitment...

JLSP_SIA_14_SOM_FINAL – Supplemental material for When Speaking English Is Not Enough: The Consequences of Language-Based Stigma for Nonnative Speakers

Megan E. Birney, Anna Rabinovich, Thomas A. Morton, Hannah Heath & Sam Ashcroft
Supplemental material, JLSP_SIA_14_SOM_FINAL for When Speaking English Is Not Enough: The Consequences of Language-Based Stigma for Nonnative Speakers by Megan E. Birney, Anna Rabinovich, Thomas A. Morton, Hannah Heath and Sam Ashcroft in Journal of Language and Social Psychology

JLSP_SIA_14_SOM_FINAL – Supplemental material for When Speaking English Is Not Enough: The Consequences of Language-Based Stigma for Nonnative Speakers

Megan E. Birney, Anna Rabinovich, Thomas A. Morton, Hannah Heath & Sam Ashcroft
Supplemental material, JLSP_SIA_14_SOM_FINAL for When Speaking English Is Not Enough: The Consequences of Language-Based Stigma for Nonnative Speakers by Megan E. Birney, Anna Rabinovich, Thomas A. Morton, Hannah Heath and Sam Ashcroft in Journal of Language and Social Psychology

When Speaking English Is Not Enough: The Consequences of Language-Based Stigma for Nonnative Speakers

Megan E. Birney, Anna Rabinovich, Thomas A. Morton, Hannah Heath & Sam Ashcroft
We explored the effects of language-based stigma on the relationship between native and nonnative speakers. In two studies, we found that stigmatized nonnative speakers experienced more negative interpersonal interactions, higher levels of intergroup threat, and reduced performance on an English test compared with nonnative speakers who did not experience stigma. These effects were mediated by anxiety and moderated by prevention-related goals. Furthermore, native speakers perceived stigmatized (vs. not-stigmatized) speakers’ accents as stronger and their commitment...

ONLINE_APPENDICES_A_AND_B_FINAL_8_sept_2019-1 - Shifting Arrays of a Kaleidoscope: The Orchestration of Relational Value Cocreation in Service Systems

Carol Kelleher, Deirdre O’Loughlin, Johanna Gummerus & Lisa Peñaloza
ONLINE_APPENDICES_A_AND_B_FINAL_8_sept_2019-1 for Shifting Arrays of a Kaleidoscope: The Orchestration of Relational Value Cocreation in Service Systems by Carol Kelleher, Deirdre O’Loughlin, Johanna Gummerus and Lisa Peñaloza in Journal of Service Research

Shifting Arrays of a Kaleidoscope: The Orchestration of Relational Value Cocreation in Service Systems

Carol Kelleher, Deirdre O’Loughlin, Johanna Gummerus & Lisa Peñaloza
The predominant value discourse among scholars characterizes value cocreation as involving multiple actors at the micro-, meso-, and macrolevels in service systems. This research contributes to the knowledge of the interdependencies among multiple resource-integrating actors and value outcomes by employing a relational perspective on value cocreation within the empirical context of family caregiving. The findings reveal how interdependent actors orchestrate value cocreation in service systems, how this impacts value, and how orchestration precipitates system adjustments,...

ONLINE_APPENDICES_A_AND_B_FINAL_8_sept_2019-1 - Shifting Arrays of a Kaleidoscope: The Orchestration of Relational Value Cocreation in Service Systems

Carol Kelleher, Deirdre O’Loughlin, Johanna Gummerus & Lisa Peñaloza
ONLINE_APPENDICES_A_AND_B_FINAL_8_sept_2019-1 for Shifting Arrays of a Kaleidoscope: The Orchestration of Relational Value Cocreation in Service Systems by Carol Kelleher, Deirdre O’Loughlin, Johanna Gummerus and Lisa Peñaloza in Journal of Service Research

Shifting Arrays of a Kaleidoscope: The Orchestration of Relational Value Cocreation in Service Systems

Carol Kelleher, Deirdre O’Loughlin, Johanna Gummerus & Lisa Peñaloza
The predominant value discourse among scholars characterizes value cocreation as involving multiple actors at the micro-, meso-, and macrolevels in service systems. This research contributes to the knowledge of the interdependencies among multiple resource-integrating actors and value outcomes by employing a relational perspective on value cocreation within the empirical context of family caregiving. The findings reveal how interdependent actors orchestrate value cocreation in service systems, how this impacts value, and how orchestration precipitates system adjustments,...

Parsons_AMPPSOpenPracticesDisclosure-v1.0 – Supplemental material for Psychological Science Needs a Standard Practice of Reporting the Reliability of Cognitive-Behavioral Measurements

Sam Parsons, Anne-Wil Kruijt & Elaine Fox
Supplemental material, Parsons_AMPPSOpenPracticesDisclosure-v1.0 for Psychological Science Needs a Standard Practice of Reporting the Reliability of Cognitive-Behavioral Measurements by Sam Parsons, Anne-Wil Kruijt and Elaine Fox in Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science

Parsons_AMPPSOpenPracticesDisclosure-v1.0 – Supplemental material for Psychological Science Needs a Standard Practice of Reporting the Reliability of Cognitive-Behavioral Measurements

Sam Parsons, Anne-Wil Kruijt & Elaine Fox
Supplemental material, Parsons_AMPPSOpenPracticesDisclosure-v1.0 for Psychological Science Needs a Standard Practice of Reporting the Reliability of Cognitive-Behavioral Measurements by Sam Parsons, Anne-Wil Kruijt and Elaine Fox in Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science

Psychological Science Needs a Standard Practice of Reporting the Reliability of Cognitive-Behavioral Measurements

Sam Parsons, Anne-Wil Kruijt & Elaine Fox
Psychological science relies on behavioral measures to assess cognitive processing; however, the field has not yet developed a tradition of routinely examining the reliability of these behavioral measures. Reliable measures are essential to draw robust inferences from statistical analyses, and subpar reliability has severe implications for measures’ validity and interpretation. Without examining and reporting the reliability of measurements used in an analysis, it is nearly impossible to ascertain whether results are robust or have arisen...

Psychological Science Needs a Standard Practice of Reporting the Reliability of Cognitive-Behavioral Measurements

Sam Parsons, Anne-Wil Kruijt & Elaine Fox
Psychological science relies on behavioral measures to assess cognitive processing; however, the field has not yet developed a tradition of routinely examining the reliability of these behavioral measures. Reliable measures are essential to draw robust inferences from statistical analyses, and subpar reliability has severe implications for measures’ validity and interpretation. Without examining and reporting the reliability of measurements used in an analysis, it is nearly impossible to ascertain whether results are robust or have arisen...

Appendices – Supplemental material for Organizational responses to performance feedback: A meta-analytic review

Serhan Kotiloglu, Yan Chen & Thomas Lechler
Supplemental material, Appendices for Organizational responses to performance feedback: A meta-analytic review by Serhan Kotiloglu, Yan Chen and Thomas Lechler in Strategic Organization

Organizational responses to performance feedback: A meta-analytic review

Serhan Kotiloglu, Yan Chen & Thomas Lechler
Performance feedback theory has been recognized as a generative theory in organization and management studies that explains why, when, and how organizations initiate or discontinue specific strategic actions. Over the past decades, an extensive body of empirical research has tested the theory, refined its key tenets, and broadened its applications. Yet, empirical results on the effects of performance feedback often vary and even produce conflicting insights that are difficult to interpret. Following recent developments, we...

Appendices – Supplemental material for Organizational responses to performance feedback: A meta-analytic review

Serhan Kotiloglu, Yan Chen & Thomas Lechler
Supplemental material, Appendices for Organizational responses to performance feedback: A meta-analytic review by Serhan Kotiloglu, Yan Chen and Thomas Lechler in Strategic Organization

Organizational responses to performance feedback: A meta-analytic review

Serhan Kotiloglu, Yan Chen & Thomas Lechler
Performance feedback theory has been recognized as a generative theory in organization and management studies that explains why, when, and how organizations initiate or discontinue specific strategic actions. Over the past decades, an extensive body of empirical research has tested the theory, refined its key tenets, and broadened its applications. Yet, empirical results on the effects of performance feedback often vary and even produce conflicting insights that are difficult to interpret. Following recent developments, we...

supplementary_material - A case of acute compartment syndrome of the hand complicating subcutaneous emphysema due to accidental nitrogen gas insufflation

Collin SK Looi & Manohar Arumugam
supplementary_material for A case of acute compartment syndrome of the hand complicating subcutaneous emphysema due to accidental nitrogen gas insufflation by Collin SK Looi and Manohar Arumugam in Journal of Orthopaedics, Trauma and Rehabilitation

A case of acute compartment syndrome of the hand complicating subcutaneous emphysema due to accidental nitrogen gas insufflation

Collin SK Looi & Manohar Arumugam
Non-infectious subcutaneous emphysema of the hand has previously been mentioned in literature. In most cases, it presents in a benign and self-resolving form, which may be managed conservatively. However, in cases of subcutaneous emphysema involving insufflation with nitrogen gas, clinical vigilance is advised as acute compartment syndrome may be a potential complication due to the non-permeative nature of the gas. This would necessitate a complete change in the dynamics of management, warranting urgent surgical intervention....

supplementary_material - A case of acute compartment syndrome of the hand complicating subcutaneous emphysema due to accidental nitrogen gas insufflation

Collin SK Looi & Manohar Arumugam
supplementary_material for A case of acute compartment syndrome of the hand complicating subcutaneous emphysema due to accidental nitrogen gas insufflation by Collin SK Looi and Manohar Arumugam in Journal of Orthopaedics, Trauma and Rehabilitation

A case of acute compartment syndrome of the hand complicating subcutaneous emphysema due to accidental nitrogen gas insufflation

Collin SK Looi & Manohar Arumugam
Non-infectious subcutaneous emphysema of the hand has previously been mentioned in literature. In most cases, it presents in a benign and self-resolving form, which may be managed conservatively. However, in cases of subcutaneous emphysema involving insufflation with nitrogen gas, clinical vigilance is advised as acute compartment syndrome may be a potential complication due to the non-permeative nature of the gas. This would necessitate a complete change in the dynamics of management, warranting urgent surgical intervention....

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