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Behavioral Patterns in Smartphone Usage Predict Big Five Personality Traits

Clemens Stachl, Quay Au, Ramona Schoedel, Daniel Buschek, Sarah Völkel, Tobias Schuwerk, Michelle Oldemeier, Theresa Ullmann, Heinrich Hussmann, Bernd Bischl & Markus Bühner
This project contains material, data and code for the study "Behavioral Patterns of Smartphone Use Predict Personality Traits". The Markdown script "paper.Rmd" knits the corresponding manuscript into a pdf file. This repository contains all the necessary data, syntax and other materials to reproduce the study from the variable-extraction point onwards. Despite our strong commitment to open science practices, the raw log data cannot be made available openly, due to unsolved privacy implications of geolocation data...

Learning reward frequency over reward probability: A tale of two learning rules

Hilary Don, A Otto, Astin Cornwall, Tyler Davis & Darrell Worthy
Learning about the expected value of choice alternatives associated with reward is critical for adaptive behavior. Although human choice preferences are affected by the presentation frequency of reward-related alternatives, this may not be captured by some dominant models of value learning, such as the delta rule. In this study, we examined whether reward learning is driven more by learning the probability of reward provided by each option, or how frequently each option has been rewarded,...

The Implementation of Dynamic Marketing Engagement Strategy for The Development of Beginner Entrepreneur at Digital Market

Sumitro Sarkum, Bernat Panjaitan, Doni Pinayungan, Marihot Sibarani & Denny Ramadhan
This research aims to develop the marketing system of Beginner Entrepreneur (BE) at digital market with hope that it can be a reference to the development strategy for BE to compete at digital market in Indonesia. It also can be a dynamic marketing development strategyat digital market following the development and the condition of market constantly changing. This research is based on the phenomenon that usually faced by BE in developing their business toward its...

Effects of aquatic exercises in women who have undergone surgery after breast cancer: Systematic review

Jefferson Cardoso, Carla Silva, Aline Carrasco & Mariana Silva
Current cancer treatments, while increasingly effective in survival, are toxic and produce negative physiological and psychological long-term effects, including pain, fatigue, reduced immune function, and quality of life. Aquatic exercises could be a useful approach to attenuate these side effects in women diagnosed with breast cancer. The results of this review may assist physical therapists and physicians during decision making to control these adverse effects during and after breast cancer treatment.

Motor simulation is disturbed when experiencing pain

Emiel Cracco, Amanda Clauwaert, Yentl Van den Broeck, Stefaan Van Damme & Marcel Brass
Data, analysis scripts, and experimental program for the study "Motor simulation is disturbed when experiencing pain"

776$x e-issn Project

Martin Patrick
The goal of the project is to find and add 776$x fields to print serials in order to help OpenURL find print results in Primo.

The ObServ Study: A first cardiovascular cohort study on African Continent

Marc Twagirumukiza & Katchunga Philippe
The African Society of Hypertension (www.afsoh.com - AfSoH) Initiative through its task forces 1 & 2, is pleased to partner and to announce the launch of the first population longitudinal study on African continent "The Observ study". The project will follow an increasing cohort from a basic 12.000 subjects-cohort in the community for a first period of 12 years. It has been launched in October 2012, in Bukavu site following round 6.000 people in Democratic...

Book of Abstracts - XPRAG.it2019

Elisabetta Tonini, Luca Bischetti, Francesca Ervas, Filippo Domaneschi & Valentina Bambini

Facial Appearance and Electoral Success: Are Trustworthy-Looking Politicians More Successful In Corrupt Regions?

Bastian Jaeger, Anthony Evans & Ilja van Beest
People rely on the facial appearances of political candidates when voting. However, there is conflicting evidence regarding which perceived traits (e.g., competence, trustworthiness, or attractiveness) are associated with electoral success. In line with situational leadership theories, we test the hypothesis that trait preferences for politicians vary as a function of election context. For example, trustworthy-looking politicians may be more successful in regions where corruption is a salient issue. We analyze data from the 2016 Italian...

Buku Praktik Manajemen dan Bisnis

Buku Praktik Manajemen dan Bisnis ini ditulis oleh 2 orang dosen Program Studi Manajemen, Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Methodist Indonesia Medan, yaitu Kristanty Marina Natalia Nadapdap, dan Winarto.

Unpacking Backlash Against Female Professors

Alexandra Fisher, Self and Well-Being Lab & Anastasija Kalajdzic

Escapism and virtual worlds

Mark Coulson & Charlie Schadeberg
We are investigating the nature of escapism and how it relates to the decision to dynamically migrate between the physical and virtual worlds.

Diskriminierung geflüchteter Jugendlicher

Thomas Schäfer
Unbegleitet geflüchtete Jugendliche treffen in Deutschland neben anderen Herausforderungen häufig auf Diskriminierung und Rassismus. Die Stadt Dresden ist durch die Aktivität der Gruppe Pegida von besonderer Brisanz. Im Rahmen der Studie wurden 50 unbegleitet geflüchtete Jugendliche (15-21 Jahre alt) in Dresden befragt und untersucht, inwiefern sie rassistische Diskriminierung in Dresden wahrnehmen, welche Umgangsstrategien sie anwenden und wie dies mit ihrem psychischen Wohlergehen zusammenhängt. Die wahrgenommene Diskriminierung wies einen starken negativen Zusammenhang mit dem psychischen Wohlergehen...

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