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Rethinking the Admissions Interview: Piloting Multiple Mini-Interviews in a Graduate Psychology Program

Jennifer R. Clark, Catherine A. Miller & Erin L. Garwood
Health profession programs routinely utilize traditional interviews in admissions as a means of assessing important non-academic characteristics (e.g., critical thinking, interpersonal skills, judgment) of candidates. However, the reliability and validity of traditional interviews is highly questionable. Given this, multiple health profession programs (e.g., medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy) have implemented multiple mini-interviews as an alternative for assessing non-academic characteristics. This paper describes the development and implementation of multiple mini-interviews in the admissions process for a...

PRX896062 Online Appendix - Supplemental material for Rethinking the Admissions Interview: Piloting Multiple Mini-Interviews in a Graduate Psychology Program

Jennifer R. Clark, Catherine A. Miller & Erin L. Garwood
Supplemental material, PRX896062 Online Appendix for Rethinking the Admissions Interview: Piloting Multiple Mini-Interviews in a Graduate Psychology Program by Jennifer R. Clark, Catherine A. Miller and Erin L. Garwood in Psychological Reports

PRX896062 Online Appendix - Supplemental material for Rethinking the Admissions Interview: Piloting Multiple Mini-Interviews in a Graduate Psychology Program

Jennifer R. Clark, Catherine A. Miller & Erin L. Garwood
Supplemental material, PRX896062 Online Appendix for Rethinking the Admissions Interview: Piloting Multiple Mini-Interviews in a Graduate Psychology Program by Jennifer R. Clark, Catherine A. Miller and Erin L. Garwood in Psychological Reports

Rethinking the Admissions Interview: Piloting Multiple Mini-Interviews in a Graduate Psychology Program

Jennifer R. Clark, Catherine A. Miller & Erin L. Garwood
Health profession programs routinely utilize traditional interviews in admissions as a means of assessing important non-academic characteristics (e.g., critical thinking, interpersonal skills, judgment) of candidates. However, the reliability and validity of traditional interviews is highly questionable. Given this, multiple health profession programs (e.g., medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy) have implemented multiple mini-interviews as an alternative for assessing non-academic characteristics. This paper describes the development and implementation of multiple mini-interviews in the admissions process for a...

DATA_SUPPLEMENT_FILE – Supplemental material for Self-preservation comes at a cost: Why British National Health Service paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement

Deborah Roy, Andrew K Weyman & Peter Nolan
Supplemental material, DATA_SUPPLEMENT_FILE for Self-preservation comes at a cost: Why British National Health Service paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement by Deborah Roy, Andrew K Weyman and Peter Nolan in SAGE Open Medicine

Self-preservation comes at a cost: Why British National Health Service paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement

Deborah Roy, Andrew K Weyman & Peter Nolan
Objectives:To explore and portray the perspectives of National Health Service Ambulance personnel related to the latest rise in the National Health Service occupational pension age.Methods:Data gathering took the form of 35 in-depth interviews. A thematic analysis was used to characterise and articulate key concepts and meanings. The analysis applied interpretive techniques, as views expressed were from personal experiences, and allowed for an in-depth analysis of shared meanings.Results:The themes reported captured the desire of many Ambulance...

DATA_SUPPLEMENT_FILE – Supplemental material for Self-preservation comes at a cost: Why British National Health Service paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement

Deborah Roy, Andrew K Weyman & Peter Nolan
Supplemental material, DATA_SUPPLEMENT_FILE for Self-preservation comes at a cost: Why British National Health Service paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement by Deborah Roy, Andrew K Weyman and Peter Nolan in SAGE Open Medicine

Self-preservation comes at a cost: Why British National Health Service paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement

Deborah Roy, Andrew K Weyman & Peter Nolan
Objectives:To explore and portray the perspectives of National Health Service Ambulance personnel related to the latest rise in the National Health Service occupational pension age.Methods:Data gathering took the form of 35 in-depth interviews. A thematic analysis was used to characterise and articulate key concepts and meanings. The analysis applied interpretive techniques, as views expressed were from personal experiences, and allowed for an in-depth analysis of shared meanings.Results:The themes reported captured the desire of many Ambulance...

Balancing Frontliners’ Customer- and Coworker-Directed Behaviors When Serving Business Customers

Michel Van Der Borgh, Ad De Jong & Edwin J. Nijssen
In this digital era, where many product-oriented business-to-business companies are shifting to a product-service systems approach, frontline employees (FLEs) are urged to complement customer-directed behaviors with coworker-directed prosocial behaviors to achieve optimal performance. Surprisingly, little is known about the relationship between FLEs’ coworker-directed and customer-directed behaviors in product-service systems settings. This research addresses this void and serves two purposes. First, drawing on role balance theory, the authors develop and test a model of an FLE’s...

CMP789875_Final_online_Appendix – Supplemental material for Confronting human trafficking: The role of state capacity

Robert G Blanton, Shannon Lindsey Blanton & Dursun Peksen
Supplemental material, CMP789875_Final_online_Appendix for Confronting human trafficking: The role of state capacity by Robert G Blanton, Shannon Lindsey Blanton and Dursun Peksen in Conflict Management and Peace Science

Optimizing Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Angiography in Reconstructive Flap Surgery: A Systematic Review and Ex Vivo Experiments

Tim Pruimboom, Sander M. J. Van Kuijk, Shan S. Qiu, Jacqueline Van Den Bos, Fokko P. Wieringa, René R. W. J. Van Der Hulst & Rutger M. Schols
Background. Indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) offers the potential to provide objective data for evaluating tissue perfusion of flaps and reduce the incidence of postoperative necrosis. Consensus on ICGA protocols and information on factors that have an influence on fluorescence intensity is lacking. The aim of this article is to provide a comprehensive insight of in vivo and ex vivo evaluation of factors influencing the fluorescence intensity when using ICGA during reconstructive flap surgery. Methods. A...

Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy

Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran & Annie J. Kuan
Objective:Bilateral anterior capsulotomy (BAC) is one of the ablative neurosurgical procedures used to treat major depressive disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder when all other therapies fail. Tristolysis, a reduction in sadness, is the most striking clinical effect of BAC and is seen in the first 1 to 2 weeks after surgery. This retrospective study measured regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) following surgery to identify which cortical regions were impacted and could account for this clinical effect.Methods:All...

Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy

Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran & Annie J. Kuan
Objective:Bilateral anterior capsulotomy (BAC) is one of the ablative neurosurgical procedures used to treat major depressive disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder when all other therapies fail. Tristolysis, a reduction in sadness, is the most striking clinical effect of BAC and is seen in the first 1 to 2 weeks after surgery. This retrospective study measured regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) following surgery to identify which cortical regions were impacted and could account for this clinical effect.Methods:All...

Supplemental Material, 874181_supplemental_material - Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy

Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran & Annie J. Kuan
Supplemental Material, 874181_supplemental_material for Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy by Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran and Annie J. Kuan in The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy

Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran & Annie J. Kuan
Objective:Bilateral anterior capsulotomy (BAC) is one of the ablative neurosurgical procedures used to treat major depressive disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder when all other therapies fail. Tristolysis, a reduction in sadness, is the most striking clinical effect of BAC and is seen in the first 1 to 2 weeks after surgery. This retrospective study measured regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) following surgery to identify which cortical regions were impacted and could account for this clinical effect.Methods:All...

Supplemental Material, 874181_supplemental_material - Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy

Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran & Annie J. Kuan
Supplemental Material, 874181_supplemental_material for Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy by Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran and Annie J. Kuan in The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Supplemental Material, 874181_supplemental_material - Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy

Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran & Annie J. Kuan
Supplemental Material, 874181_supplemental_material for Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy by Trevor A. Hurwitz, Christopher R. Honey, Kevin R. McLeod, Anujan Poologaindran and Annie J. Kuan in The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ

Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister & Azim F. Shariff
Many scholars have argued that religion reduces violent behavior within human social groups. Here, we tested whether intelligence moderates this relationship. We hypothesized that religion would have greater utility for regulating violent behavior among societies with relatively lower average IQs than among societies with relatively more cognitively gifted citizens. Two studies supported this hypothesis. Study 1, a longitudinal analysis from 1945 to 2010 (with up to 176 countries and 1,046 observations), demonstrated that declines in...

Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ

Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister & Azim F. Shariff
Many scholars have argued that religion reduces violent behavior within human social groups. Here, we tested whether intelligence moderates this relationship. We hypothesized that religion would have greater utility for regulating violent behavior among societies with relatively lower average IQs than among societies with relatively more cognitively gifted citizens. Two studies supported this hypothesis. Study 1, a longitudinal analysis from 1945 to 2010 (with up to 176 countries and 1,046 observations), demonstrated that declines in...

Clark_Open_Practices_Disclosure – Supplemental material for Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ

Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister & Azim F. Shariff
Supplemental material, Clark_Open_Practices_Disclosure for Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ by Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister and Azim F. Shariff in Psychological Science

Clark_Supplemental_Material – Supplemental material for Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ

Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister & Azim F. Shariff
Supplemental material, Clark_Supplemental_Material for Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ by Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister and Azim F. Shariff in Psychological Science

Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ

Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister & Azim F. Shariff
Many scholars have argued that religion reduces violent behavior within human social groups. Here, we tested whether intelligence moderates this relationship. We hypothesized that religion would have greater utility for regulating violent behavior among societies with relatively lower average IQs than among societies with relatively more cognitively gifted citizens. Two studies supported this hypothesis. Study 1, a longitudinal analysis from 1945 to 2010 (with up to 176 countries and 1,046 observations), demonstrated that declines in...

Clark_Supplemental_Material – Supplemental material for Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ

Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister & Azim F. Shariff
Supplemental material, Clark_Supplemental_Material for Declines in Religiosity Predict Increases in Violent Crime—but Not Among Countries With Relatively High Average IQ by Cory J. Clark, Bo M. Winegard, Jordan Beardslee, Roy F. Baumeister and Azim F. Shariff in Psychological Science

PIC899117 Supplemental material - Supplemental material for Natural frequencies of a rotating curved cantilever beam: A perturbation method-based approach

Ajinkya Baxy & Abhjit Sarkar
Supplemental material, PIC899117 Supplemental material for Natural frequencies of a rotating curved cantilever beam: A perturbation method-based approach by Ajinkya Baxy and Abhjit Sarkar in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

JRS899308 Supplemental material - Supplemental material for Will HPV vaccination prevent cervical cancer?

Claire P Rees, Petra Brhlikova & Allyson M Pollock
Supplemental material, JRS899308 Supplemental material for Will HPV vaccination prevent cervical cancer? by Claire P Rees, Petra Brhlikova and Allyson M Pollock in Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

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