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Evaluating the Quality of Municipal Official Plans in the Ontario-Greater Golden Horseshoe Region, Canada

Dave Guyadeen
The focus of plan quality is on evaluating plans-as-objects against normative characteristics researchers and planning practitioners believe contribute to a high quality plan. This study builds on the established plan quality literature and methods to assess the quality of official (comprehensive) plans from sixty-three of the most populous municipalities in the Ontario-Greater Golden Horseshoe region (Canada). Three key themes emerged from this analysis. First, the provincial government plays a role in municipal official plan quality....

From Victims to Beneficiaries: Shaping Postconflict Subjects through State Reparations in Peru

Ivan Ramírez Zapata & Rogelio Scott-Insúa
The political and institutional coordinates that appear in official classifications of the victims of the Peruvian armed conflict (1980–2000) affect their subsequent recognition as beneficiaries of reparations programs. A review of the conceptual bases of the Comprehensive Reparations Program calls attention to the tension in the design and implementation of this program between a strictly reparative approach and another that addresses the structural disparities present in the aftermath of the war. Examination of the effects...

Auspurg_online_supplement – Supplemental material for Does Immigration Reduce the Support for Welfare Spending? A Cautionary Tale on Spatial Panel Data Analysis

Katrin Auspurg, Josef Brüderl & Thomas Wöhler
Supplemental material, Auspurg_online_supplement for Does Immigration Reduce the Support for Welfare Spending? A Cautionary Tale on Spatial Panel Data Analysis by Katrin Auspurg, Josef Brüderl and Thomas Wöhler in American Sociological Review

Does Immigration Reduce the Support for Welfare Spending? A Cautionary Tale on Spatial Panel Data Analysis

Katrin Auspurg, Josef Brüderl & Thomas Wöhler
There has been a long-lasting debate over whether increasing ethnic diversity undermines support for social welfare, and whether this conflict thesis applies not only to the United States, but also to European welfare states. In their 2016 ASR article, Schmidt-Catran and Spies analyzed a panel (1994 to 2010) of regional units in Germany and concluded that this thesis also holds for Germany. We argue that their analysis suffers from misspecification: their model specification assumes parallel...

Demonstrating the value of the oncology pharmacist within the healthcare team

Eve M Segal, Jill Bates, Sara L Fleszar, Lisa M Holle, Julie Kennerly-Shah, Michelle Rockey & Kate D Jeffers
IntroductionAlthough many oncology pharmacists are embedded members within the healthcare team, data documenting their contributions to optimal patient outcomes are growing. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the value of the oncology pharmacist within the healthcare team and describe the knowledge, skills, and functions of the oncology pharmacist.MethodsA systematic literature review of articles that were published on PubMed between January 1951 and October 2018 was completed. Identified abstracts were reviewed and included if...

AUT862113_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Parent couples’ participation in speech-language therapy for school-age children with autism spectrum disorder in the United States

Michelle Flippin & Debbie L Hahs-Vaughn
Supplemental material, AUT862113_Lay_Abstract for Parent couples’ participation in speech-language therapy for school-age children with autism spectrum disorder in the United States by Michelle Flippin and Debbie L Hahs-Vaughn in Autism

Development of “Predict ME,” an online classifier to aid in differentiating diabetic macular edema from pseudophakic macular edema

Idan Hecht, Ran Achiron, Asaf Bar, Marion R Munk, Wolfgang Huf, & Asaf Achiron
Purpose:Differentiating the underlying pathology of macular edema in patients with diabetic retinopathy following cataract surgery can be challenging. In 2015, Munk and colleagues trained and tested a machine learning classifier which uses optical coherence tomography variables in order to distinguish the underlying pathology of macular edema between diabetic macular edema and pseudophakic cystoid macular edema. It was able to accurately diagnose the underlying pathology in 90%–96% of cases. However, actually using the trained classifier required...

Supplemental_Material – Supplemental material for Systematic review of the psychometric properties of patient-reported outcome measures for rheumatoid arthritis in the foot and ankle

Ana Belen Ortega-Avila, Laura Ramos-Petersen, Pablo Cervera-Garvi, Christopher J Nester, José Miguel Morales-Asencio & Gabriel Gijon-Nogueron
Supplemental material, Supplemental_Material for Systematic review of the psychometric properties of patient-reported outcome measures for rheumatoid arthritis in the foot and ankle by Ana Belen Ortega-Avila, Laura Ramos-Petersen, Pablo Cervera-Garvi, Christopher J Nester, José Miguel Morales-Asencio and Gabriel Gijon-Nogueron in Clinical Rehabilitation

Supplemental_Data – Supplemental material for Samidorphan mitigates olanzapine-induced weight gain and metabolic dysfunction in rats and non-human primates

, David J Eyerman, Mark S Todtenkopf, Reginald L Dean, Daniel R Deaver, Connie Sanchez & Mark Namchuk
Supplemental material, Supplemental_Data for Samidorphan mitigates olanzapine-induced weight gain and metabolic dysfunction in rats and non-human primates by Jacobi I Cunningham, David J Eyerman, Mark S Todtenkopf, Reginald L Dean, Daniel R Deaver, Connie Sanchez and Mark Namchuk in Journal of Psychopharmacology

Samidorphan mitigates olanzapine-induced weight gain and metabolic dysfunction in rats and non-human primates

, David J Eyerman, Mark S Todtenkopf, Reginald L Dean, Daniel R Deaver, Connie Sanchez & Mark Namchuk
Background:Olanzapine, regarded as one of the most efficacious antipsychotic medications for the treatment of schizophrenia, is associated with a high risk of weight gain and metabolic dysfunction. ALKS 3831, a clinical candidate for treatment of schizophrenia, is a combination of olanzapine and samidorphan, an opioid receptor antagonist. The addition of samidorphan is intended to mitigate weight gain and the metabolic dysregulation associated with the use of olanzapine.Methods:Non-clinical studies were conducted to assess the metabolic effects...

Supplemental Material, JMR.17.0321.R3_Web_Appendix - When “More” Seems Like Less: Differential Price Framing Increases the Choice Share of Higher-Priced Options

Thomas Allard, David J. Hardisty & Dale Griffin
Supplemental Material, JMR.17.0321.R3_Web_Appendix for When “More” Seems Like Less: Differential Price Framing Increases the Choice Share of Higher-Priced Options by Thomas Allard, David J. Hardisty and Dale Griffin in Journal of Marketing Research

Supplemental material for Properties and pitfalls of weighting as an alternative to multilevel multiple imputation in cluster randomized trials with missing binary outcomes under covariate-dependent missingness

Elizabeth L Turner, , Fan Li & Melanie Prague
Supplemental Material for Properties and pitfalls of weighting as an alternative to multilevel multiple imputation in cluster randomized trials with missing binary outcomes under covariate-dependent missingness by Elizabeth L Turner, Lanqiu Yao, Fan Li and Melanie Prague in Statistical Methods in Medical Research

Linear Discriminant Analysis for Prediction of Group Membership: A User-Friendly Primer

Peter Boedeker & Nathan T. Kearns
In psychology, researchers are often interested in the predictive classification of individuals. Various models exist for such a purpose, but which model is considered a best practice is conditional on attributes of the data. Under certain conditions, linear discriminant analysis (LDA) has been shown to perform better than other predictive methods, such as logistic regression, multinomial logistic regression, random forests, support-vector machines, and the K-nearest neighbor algorithm. The purpose of this Tutorial is to provide...

Linear Discriminant Analysis for Prediction of Group Membership: A User-Friendly Primer

Peter Boedeker & Nathan T. Kearns
In psychology, researchers are often interested in the predictive classification of individuals. Various models exist for such a purpose, but which model is considered a best practice is conditional on attributes of the data. Under certain conditions, linear discriminant analysis (LDA) has been shown to perform better than other predictive methods, such as logistic regression, multinomial logistic regression, random forests, support-vector machines, and the K-nearest neighbor algorithm. The purpose of this Tutorial is to provide...

JOAA_Supplemental_files – Supplemental material for “That’s the Point of Going”: A Qualitative Inquiry Into the Experiences of Black Males at an Early College High School

, Brian K. Williams & Chance W. Lewis
Supplemental material, JOAA_Supplemental_files for “That’s the Point of Going”: A Qualitative Inquiry Into the Experiences of Black Males at an Early College High School by Tempestt R. Adams, Brian K. Williams and Chance W. Lewis in Journal of Advanced Academics

“That’s the Point of Going”: A Qualitative Inquiry Into the Experiences of Black Males at an Early College High School

, Brian K. Williams & Chance W. Lewis
Early college high schools are small schools designed to increase college and career readiness for groups underrepresented in higher education. While some research has focused on student experiences in the early college environment, few have specifically examined the perceptions of Black male students. The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions of Black males in an early college high school. Using a qualitative case study design, data were collected using focus groups and...

6._ONLINE_SUPPLEMENTS_2nd_revision - Bidirectional Association Between Self-Control and Internalizing Problems Among College Freshmen: A Cross-Lagged Study

Qiao-Min Situ, Jian-Bin Li, Kai Dou & Yu-Jie Wang
6._ONLINE_SUPPLEMENTS_2nd_revision for Bidirectional Association Between Self-Control and Internalizing Problems Among College Freshmen: A Cross-Lagged Study by Qiao-Min Situ, Jian-Bin Li, Kai Dou and Yu-Jie Wang in Emerging Adulthood

Supplemental Material, IPF_Survey_PATIENTS_FINAL - Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: Educational needs of health-care providers, patients, and caregivers

Deepa Ramadurai, Stephanie Corder, Tara Churney, Bridget Graney, Andrea Harshman, Sarah Meadows & Jeffrey J Swigris
Supplemental Material, IPF_Survey_PATIENTS_FINAL for Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: Educational needs of health-care providers, patients, and caregivers by Deepa Ramadurai, Stephanie Corder, Tara Churney, Bridget Graney, Andrea Harshman, Sarah Meadows and Jeffrey J Swigris in Chronic Respiratory Disease

Supplemental_file_comparison_of_the_scoring_methods_DRackertandTimukova – Supplemental material for What does the analysis of C-test gaps tell us about the construct of a C-test? A comparison of foreign and heritage language learners’ performance

Anastasia Drackert & Anna Timukova
Supplemental material, Supplemental_file_comparison_of_the_scoring_methods_DRackertandTimukova for What does the analysis of C-test gaps tell us about the construct of a C-test? A comparison of foreign and heritage language learners’ performance by Anastasia Drackert and Anna Timukova in Language Testing

Supplemental Material4 - Supplemental material for The influence of health systems on breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening: an overview of systematic reviews using health systems and implementation research frameworks

Jennifer Priaulx, Eleanor Turnbull, Eveline Heijnsdijk, Marcell Csanádi, Carlo Senore, Harry J De Koning & Martin McKee
Supplemental material, Supplemental Material4 for The influence of health systems on breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening: an overview of systematic reviews using health systems and implementation research frameworks by Jennifer Priaulx, Eleanor Turnbull, Eveline Heijnsdijk, Marcell Csanádi, Carlo Senore, Harry J de Koning and Martin McKee in Journal of Health Services Research & Policy

Where Are the Revolving Doors in Brussels? Sector Switching and Career Progression in EU Business–Government Affairs

David Coen &
By applying event history analysis to a unique large sample of more than 300 government affairs managers working for companies active in the European Union (EU), this article investigates whether managers with work experience in the public or nonprofit sector are more likely to progress in their career in their current company and whether career progression depends on when that experience takes place. The findings suggest that managers with experience in the public and nonprofit...

DRDP_SupplementalMaterials – Supplemental material for Psychometric Validation and Reorganization of the Desired Results Developmental Profile

, Stephanie M. Reich, Jade Marcus Jenkins & Jamal Abedi
Supplemental material, DRDP_SupplementalMaterials for Psychometric Validation and Reorganization of the Desired Results Developmental Profile by Tutrang Nguyen, Stephanie M. Reich, Jade Marcus Jenkins and Jamal Abedi in Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment

Psychometric Validation and Reorganization of the Desired Results Developmental Profile

, Stephanie M. Reich, Jade Marcus Jenkins & Jamal Abedi
This study reports an independent investigation of the psychometric properties of Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP), a teacher-rated measure of school readiness for preschool-aged children. In a sample of 2,031 low-income, 3- to 5-year-old children attending Head Start, we tested three measurement models: a higher order one-factor model, a seven-factor model, and a five-factor model. To explore the appropriateness of the DRDP for use with diverse populations of young children, we used multiple group and...

Psychometric Validation and Reorganization of the Desired Results Developmental Profile

, Stephanie M. Reich, Jade Marcus Jenkins & Jamal Abedi
This study reports an independent investigation of the psychometric properties of Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP), a teacher-rated measure of school readiness for preschool-aged children. In a sample of 2,031 low-income, 3- to 5-year-old children attending Head Start, we tested three measurement models: a higher order one-factor model, a seven-factor model, and a five-factor model. To explore the appropriateness of the DRDP for use with diverse populations of young children, we used multiple group and...

supplement_material – Supplemental material for Measurement Invariance and Sex and Age Differences of the Big Five Inventory–2: Evidence From the Russian Version

Sergei Shchebetenko, Aleksey Y. Kalugin, Arina M. Mishkevich, Christopher J. Soto & Oliver P. John
Supplemental material, supplement_material for Measurement Invariance and Sex and Age Differences of the Big Five Inventory–2: Evidence From the Russian Version by Sergei Shchebetenko, Aleksey Y. Kalugin, Arina M. Mishkevich, Christopher J. Soto and Oliver P. John in Assessment

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