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Understanding Collective Discontents: A Psychological Approach to Measuring Zeitgeist - Data

Anne van der Bles
Data as described in the paper "Understanding Collective Discontents: A Psychological Approach to Measuring Zeitgeist" (Van der Bles, Postmes, & Meijer)

The Magnitude of Personality Differences across Colleges & Universities

Katherine Corker, Brent Donnellan, Su Kim, Byron Zamboanga & Seth Schwartz
This research examined the magnitude of personality differences across different colleges and universities to understand (1) how much students at different colleges vary from one another and (2) whether there are site level variables that can explain observed differences.

Frontend JavaScript Framework Evaluation

Sam Chrisinger, Joshua Carp, Chris Seto, Caner Uguz, Caner Uguz, Joshua Carp & Robert Liebowitz
This is the place to document our evaluations of frontend JS frameworks.

Singles Study--Predictive Validity of Ideal Partner Preferences

Lorne Campbell
A topic that is currently being hotly debated in the literature is whether the qualities that individuals say they ideally desire in a romantic partner actually influence their mate selections. That is, do individuals tend to initiate relationships with others who more closely match their ideal preferences?While some studies have shown that ideal mate standards influence relationship initiation (Burriss, Welling, & Puts, 2011; DeBruine et al., 2006; Pérusse, 1994), other studies have challenged the role...

Demonstration Project

James Sly

Achieving harmony among different social identities within the self-concept: The consequences of internalising a group-based philosophy of life

Felicity Turner-Zwinkels
It can be hard for individuals to manage multiple group identities within their self-concept (e.g., being a Christian and a woman). We examine how the inter-identity fit between potentially conflicting identities can become more harmonious through a self-defining group philosophy for life. Specifically, we test the hypothesis that holistic group identities (based in group philosophies for life that prescribe the behavior of their members in any situation, such as religion) become more strongly related to...

Data

Ondřej Havlíček

The DART Project: using data management plans as a research tool

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham
This is a two-year National Leadership Grant for Libraries Demonstration Project to facilitate a multi-university study of faculty data management plans (DMPs). The primary outputs of this project will be an analytic rubric to standardize the review of data management plans as a means to inform targeted expansion or development of research data services at academic libraries; and a study utilizing the rubric that presents the results of data management plan analyses at five universities....

Implications of Fear of Negative Evaluation, State Anxiety, and Implied Level of Target-Dominance on Perceptions of Personality Traits

Tera Letzring
This project contains the materials and data files associated with the paper that was published in the Journal of Social Psychology in 2016.

Modeling systematicity and individuality in nonlinear L2 development: The case of English grammatical morphemes

Akira Murakami
A paper published in Language Learning

For five-month-old infants, melodies are social

Samuel Mehr
Data and materials for Mehr, Song, & Spelke (2016), Psychological Science

Alarm indicators for dengue outbreaks: a multi-centre study in Asia and Latin America

Leigh Bowman

Beyond Classical Risk Adjustment: Socioeconomic Adjustment and Hospital Performance in Urologic Oncology

Anobel Odisho
Importance: Safety-net hospitals take care of a more patients from lower socioeconomic status (SES) than non-safety-net hospitals and may be disproportionately punished under readmission risk adjustment models that do not incorporate SES. Adequate risk adjustment is essential to ensure that reimbursement aligns with performance and is not influenced by patient selection. Objective: To develop a readmission risk adjustment framework that incorporates SES and to assess impact of SES on safety-net hospital readmission rate rankings. Design:...

EMPREGO DE MCDA EM ESTUDOS CIENTÍFICOS SOBRE ENTERPRISE APPLICATION INTEGRATION - EAI

Manassés Vicente
Artigo publicado e apresentado no 1º SIMPÓSIO GESTÃO DA PRODUÇÃO INDUSTRIAL - 1º SIM GPI - INOVAÇÃO TECNÓLOGIA NA INDUSTRIA BRASILEIRA - Instituto Federal do Rio de janeiro - IFRJ Campus Nilópolis.

Tuning Curves for Arm Posture Control in Motor Cortex Are Consistent with Random Connectivity

Hagai Lalazar, LF Abbott & Eilon Vaadia
Multi-electrode recordings from primate M1 during arm posture task. Dataset from paper: Lalazar H, Abbott LF, Vaadia E (2016). Tuning Curves for Arm Posture Control in Motor Cortex Are Consistent with Random Connectivity. PLoS Computational Biology 12(4): e 1004910. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi. 1004910

La sensitividad cognitiva: hacia un modelo de su funcionamiento

David Acosta-Silva
Tesis doctoral para optar al título de Doctor en Ciencias Sociales, Niñez y Juventud. Director: Carlos Eduardo Vasco Uribe, Ph. D. Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales, Niñez y Juventud Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Niñez y Juventud (Cinde), Universidad de Manizales, 2015

Dataset: Assessment of pharmacogenomic agreement

Zhaleh Safikhani, Nehme El-Hachem, Rene Quevedo, Petr Smirnov, Anna Goldenberg, Nicolai Birkbak, Christopher Mason, Christos Hatzis, Leming Shi, Hugo Aerts, John Quackenbush & Benjamin Haibe-Kains

Does the cognate facilitation effect depend on task demands?

Eva Poort & Jennifer Rodd

Max Mel MRI

Aguirre Lab

MaxMelMR_400%_LMS_pulses

Aguirre Lab
Functional neuroimaging measures of melanopsin contrast — Maximum LMS contrast pulses

Reporting quality of papers published in Chilean dental journals. Evaluation period: 2002-2012

Sergio Uribe
Dataset and additional files Quality of evidence published in chilean dental journals

The Effects of Aroma Foot Massage on Blood Pressure and Anxiety in Japanese Community-Dwelling Men and Women

Narumi Funakubo, Eri Eguchi & Kiyohide Tomooka

Ceramic Asymmetry at the Washington Square Mound Site

Robert Selden
While pursuing a study of 3D geometric morphometrics for ceramic burial vessels that often articulate with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) from the ancestral Caddo region, there have been no shortage of potentially meaningful observations, one of which--rotational asymmetry--is discussed here. Using Geomagic Design X (reverse-engineering software) and Geomagic Verify (inspection software), metrics associated with rotational asymmetry were generated and analyzed. Future directions include the incorporation of directional and fluctuating asymmetry...

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