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A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice: Appendix 2: IBL protocol for mice training

International Brain Laboratory
Appendix 2 from the IBL paper: A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice.
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A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice: Appendix 2: IBL protocol for mice training

International Brain Laboratory
Appendix 2 from the IBL paper: A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice.
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A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice: Appendix 3: IBL protocol for setting up the behavioral training rig

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Appendix 3 from: A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice.
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A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice: Appendix 3: IBL protocol for setting up the behavioral training rig

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Appendix 3 from: A standardized and reproducible method to measure decision-making in mice.
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TIRADS supplementary data

Tom Cawood, Georgia Mackay, Penny Hunt, Dona O'Shea, Sean Skehan & Yi Ma
Supplementary data TIRADS paper

TIRADS supplementary data

Tom Cawood, Georgia Mackay, Penny Hunt, Dona O'Shea, Sean Skehan & Yi Ma
Supplementary data TIRADS paper

Association between Physical Activity, Food Consumption and Depressive Symptoms Among Young Adults in Spain: Findings of a National Survey

Fabio Debbia, Pedro Manuel Rodríguez-Muñoz, Juan Manuel Carmona-Torres, Pedro Hidalgo-Lopezosa, Ana Isabel Cobo-Cuenca, Pablo Jesús López-Soto & Maria Aurora Rodríguez-Borrego
Young adults have a significant prevalence of mental disorders, which could lead to dysfunctional quality of life. Records of 1,645 Spanish adolescents were examined and multiple logistic regressions were performed. Being a woman, being older and having a sedentary life were all associated with a higher psychological vulnerability, whereas a low frequency of fresh fruit and bread/cereals consumption, as well as regular intense physical activity, were considered protective against such susceptibility. Regular physical activity and...

Association between Physical Activity, Food Consumption and Depressive Symptoms Among Young Adults in Spain: Findings of a National Survey

Fabio Debbia, Pedro Manuel Rodríguez-Muñoz, Juan Manuel Carmona-Torres, Pedro Hidalgo-Lopezosa, Ana Isabel Cobo-Cuenca, Pablo Jesús López-Soto & Maria Aurora Rodríguez-Borrego
Young adults have a significant prevalence of mental disorders, which could lead to dysfunctional quality of life. Records of 1,645 Spanish adolescents were examined and multiple logistic regressions were performed. Being a woman, being older and having a sedentary life were all associated with a higher psychological vulnerability, whereas a low frequency of fresh fruit and bread/cereals consumption, as well as regular intense physical activity, were considered protective against such susceptibility. Regular physical activity and...

Predicting the deposition spot radius and the nanoparticle concentration distribution in an electrostatic precipitator

Calle Preger, Niels C. Overgaard, Maria E. Messing & Martin H. Magnusson
Deposition of aerosol nanoparticles using an electrostatic precipitator is widely used in the aerosol community. Despite this, basic knowledge regarding what governs the deposition has been missing. This concerns the prediction of the size of the particle collection zone, but also, perhaps more importantly, prediction of the nanoparticle concentration distribution on the substrate, both of which are necessary to achieve faster and more precise deposition. In this paper, we have used COMSOL Multiphysics simulations, experimental...

Predicting the deposition spot radius and the nanoparticle concentration distribution in an electrostatic precipitator

Calle Preger, Niels C. Overgaard, Maria E. Messing & Martin H. Magnusson
Deposition of aerosol nanoparticles using an electrostatic precipitator is widely used in the aerosol community. Despite this, basic knowledge regarding what governs the deposition has been missing. This concerns the prediction of the size of the particle collection zone, but also, perhaps more importantly, prediction of the nanoparticle concentration distribution on the substrate, both of which are necessary to achieve faster and more precise deposition. In this paper, we have used COMSOL Multiphysics simulations, experimental...

Head injury metric response in finite element ATDs and a human body model in multidirectional loading regimes

Derek A. Jones, James P. Gaewsky, Jeffrey T. Somers, F. Scott Gayzik, Ashley A. Weaver & Joel D. Stitzel
Objective: The objective was to quantify head injury metric sensitivity of the 50th percentile male Hybrid III, THOR, and Global Human Body Models Consortium simplified occupant (GHBMC M50-OS) to changes in loading conditions in loading regimes that may be experienced by occupants of spaceflight vehicles or highly autonomous vehicles (HAVs) with nontraditional seating configurations. Methods: A Latin hypercube (LHD) design of experiments (DOE) was employed to develop boundary conditions for 455 unique acceleration profiles. Three...

Head injury metric response in finite element ATDs and a human body model in multidirectional loading regimes

Derek A. Jones, James P. Gaewsky, Jeffrey T. Somers, F. Scott Gayzik, Ashley A. Weaver & Joel D. Stitzel
Objective: The objective was to quantify head injury metric sensitivity of the 50th percentile male Hybrid III, THOR, and Global Human Body Models Consortium simplified occupant (GHBMC M50-OS) to changes in loading conditions in loading regimes that may be experienced by occupants of spaceflight vehicles or highly autonomous vehicles (HAVs) with nontraditional seating configurations. Methods: A Latin hypercube (LHD) design of experiments (DOE) was employed to develop boundary conditions for 455 unique acceleration profiles. Three...

Translation and validation of the stroke self-efficacy questionnaire to a Portuguese version in stroke survivors

Marina Portugal Makhoul, Elen Beatriz Pinto, Natalia Araujo Mazzini, Carolee Winstein & Camila Torriani-Pasin
Background: Stroke Self-efficacy Questionnaire (SSEQ) is not available to Portuguese-Brazil.Objective: To translate, perform cross-cultural adaptation, and validate the Stroke Self-efficacy Questionnaire (SSEQ) to Portuguese-Brazil (SSEQ-B).Methods: It is a cross sectional study: 1) translation and cross-cultural adaptation of SSEQ – a five stage process, 2) validation and reliability study with 40 chronic stroke survivors. The outcomes were: Content Validity Index (CVI), Face validity index, Reliability, Internal consistency, Stability, Ceiling and floor effects Concurrent validity, Measurement error...

Translation and validation of the stroke self-efficacy questionnaire to a Portuguese version in stroke survivors

Marina Portugal Makhoul, Elen Beatriz Pinto, Natalia Araujo Mazzini, Carolee Winstein & Camila Torriani-Pasin
Background: Stroke Self-efficacy Questionnaire (SSEQ) is not available to Portuguese-Brazil.Objective: To translate, perform cross-cultural adaptation, and validate the Stroke Self-efficacy Questionnaire (SSEQ) to Portuguese-Brazil (SSEQ-B).Methods: It is a cross sectional study: 1) translation and cross-cultural adaptation of SSEQ – a five stage process, 2) validation and reliability study with 40 chronic stroke survivors. The outcomes were: Content Validity Index (CVI), Face validity index, Reliability, Internal consistency, Stability, Ceiling and floor effects Concurrent validity, Measurement error...

Plant remains and associated insects from the Millipede site (13ML361), a burned earthlodge in southwest Iowa

William Green, Ronald C. Schirmer & William T. Billeck
The Millipede site is a Nebraska variant (Central Plains tradition) lodge dating to ca. AD 1300. The structure had burned, preserving a rich array of plant remains and insects. Elm was the principal wood used in lodge construction and hophornbeam (ironwood) was also heavily employed. Maize (mostly 10-row) was plentiful, and common beans also were present. Over 3,600 goosefoot (Chenopodium cf. berlandieri) seeds were recovered, most of which derive from a domesticated variety. Other abundant...

Our health, our planet: a cross-sectional analysis on the association between health consciousness and pro-environmental behavior among health professionals

Akihiro Shimoda, Hana Hayashi, David Sussman, Keisuke Nansai, Isao Fukuba, Ichiro Kawachi & Naoki Kondo
One possible predictive factor that affects both pro-environmental behavior and health behavior is health consciousness (a psychological state where an individual is aware of and involved in his/her health condition). We examined the relationship between health consciousness and two pro-environmental behaviors (recycling and green purchasing) within health professionals in a Japanese large hospital. Multivariate linear regression analysis revealed a significant association between health consciousness and recycling behavior, while there was no association between health consciousness...

Our health, our planet: a cross-sectional analysis on the association between health consciousness and pro-environmental behavior among health professionals

Akihiro Shimoda, Hana Hayashi, David Sussman, Keisuke Nansai, Isao Fukuba, Ichiro Kawachi & Naoki Kondo
One possible predictive factor that affects both pro-environmental behavior and health behavior is health consciousness (a psychological state where an individual is aware of and involved in his/her health condition). We examined the relationship between health consciousness and two pro-environmental behaviors (recycling and green purchasing) within health professionals in a Japanese large hospital. Multivariate linear regression analysis revealed a significant association between health consciousness and recycling behavior, while there was no association between health consciousness...

Tri5 gene expression analysis during postharvest storage of wheat grain from field plots treated with a triazole and a strobilurin fungicide

Carlos Bolanos-Carriel, Stephen N. Wegulo, P. Stephen Baenziger, Kent M. Eskridge, Deanna Funnell-Harris, Niki Mcmaster, David G. Schmale & Heather E. Hallen-Adams
Fusarium head blight (FHB) and the associated mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) negatively impact the wheat industry worldwide. In North America, FHB is mainly caused by Fusarium graminearum sensu stricto. The purpose of this study was to evaluate, under storage conditions, the expression of the DON biosynthetic gene trichodiene synthase (Tri5) of F. graminearum in grain of hard red winter wheat cultivars ‘Overley’ (FHB-susceptible) and ‘Overland’ (moderately resistant to FHB) from field plots treated or untreated with...

Tri5 gene expression analysis during postharvest storage of wheat grain from field plots treated with a triazole and a strobilurin fungicide

Carlos Bolanos-Carriel, Stephen N. Wegulo, P. Stephen Baenziger, Kent M. Eskridge, Deanna Funnell-Harris, Niki Mcmaster, David G. Schmale & Heather E. Hallen-Adams
Fusarium head blight (FHB) and the associated mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) negatively impact the wheat industry worldwide. In North America, FHB is mainly caused by Fusarium graminearum sensu stricto. The purpose of this study was to evaluate, under storage conditions, the expression of the DON biosynthetic gene trichodiene synthase (Tri5) of F. graminearum in grain of hard red winter wheat cultivars ‘Overley’ (FHB-susceptible) and ‘Overland’ (moderately resistant to FHB) from field plots treated or untreated with...

Children’s influence on consumption-related decisions in single-mother families: Research review and Agenda

Sarita Ray Chaudhury & Michael Hyman
Although social scientists have identified diverse behavioral patterns among children from dissimilarly structured families, scholars have progressed little in relating modern family processes to consumption-related decisions. Based on gaps and limitations identified in a review of the existing consumer decision-making literature, this study examines how children influence family consumption decision-making in single-mother families and posits a conceptual framework that integrates normative resource exchange theory with existing consumer decision-making model theory. The implications for a better...

Children’s influence on consumption-related decisions in single-mother families: Research review and Agenda

Sarita Ray Chaudhury & Michael Hyman
Although social scientists have identified diverse behavioral patterns among children from dissimilarly structured families, scholars have progressed little in relating modern family processes to consumption-related decisions. Based on gaps and limitations identified in a review of the existing consumer decision-making literature, this study examines how children influence family consumption decision-making in single-mother families and posits a conceptual framework that integrates normative resource exchange theory with existing consumer decision-making model theory. The implications for a better...

Short-term drought forecasting combining stochastic and geo-statistical approaches

C.A. Karavitis, C.G. Vasilakou, D.E. Tsesmelis, Panagiotis D. Oikonomou, N.A. Skondras, D. Stamatakos, V. Fassouli & S. Alexandris
The current work presents the application of the seasonal Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average Model (ARIMA) using the Standard Precipitation Index (SPI) as a drought indicator and then depicting the spatial distribution through geo-statistical methods. Greece is very often facing the hazardous impacts of droughts, hence presenting an almost ideal case for such an application. The applied methodology used precipitation data from 55 meteorological stations in two sets distributed throughout the country. To assess the...

Short-term drought forecasting combining stochastic and geo-statistical approaches

C.A. Karavitis, C.G. Vasilakou, D.E. Tsesmelis, Panagiotis D. Oikonomou, N.A. Skondras, D. Stamatakos, V. Fassouli & S. Alexandris
The current work presents the application of the seasonal Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average Model (ARIMA) using the Standard Precipitation Index (SPI) as a drought indicator and then depicting the spatial distribution through geo-statistical methods. Greece is very often facing the hazardous impacts of droughts, hence presenting an almost ideal case for such an application. The applied methodology used precipitation data from 55 meteorological stations in two sets distributed throughout the country. To assess the...

Analysis of Tweet Form’s Effect on Users’ Engagement on Twitter

Xu Han, Xingyu Gu & Shuai Peng
Brief Abstract This research focus on the effects on users’ engagement of different tweet forms including text length, text sentiment and the usage of hashtag, mention, video or picture URL. In first part, we analyzes the tweets of five companies from apparel industry, and finds out that there is no universal form that can boost user’s engagement, but in company scale, the effects of difference forms between companies is various due to company attributes. Hence,...

Analysis of Tweet Form’s effect on users’ engagement on Twitter

Xu Han, Xingyu Gu & Shuai Peng
This research focuses on the effects on users’ engagement of different tweet forms including text length, text sentiment and the usage of hashtag, mention, video or picture URL. In the first part, we analyze the tweets of five companies from the apparel industry and finds out that there is no universal form that can boost user’s engagement, but in company scale, the effects of different forms between companies are various due to company attributes. Hence,...

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