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Oct2017_Materials – Supplemental material for Frequency at the syntax–discourse interface: A bidirectional study on fronting options in L1/L2 German and L1/L2 English

Holger Hopp, Joseph Bail & Carrie N. Jackson
Supplemental material, Oct2017_Materials for Frequency at the syntax–discourse interface: A bidirectional study on fronting options in L1/L2 German and L1/L2 English by Holger Hopp, Joseph Bail and Carrie N. Jackson in Second Language Research

AUT793253_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Measuring treatment response in children with autism spectrum disorder: Applications of the Brief Observation of Social Communication Change to the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule

So Hyun Kim, Rebecca Grzadzinski, Kassandra Martinez &
Supplemental material, AUT793253_Lay_Abstract for Measuring treatment response in children with autism spectrum disorder: Applications of the Brief Observation of Social Communication Change to the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule by So Hyun Kim, Rebecca Grzadzinski, Kassandra Martinez and Catherine Lord in Autism

AUT793253_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Measuring treatment response in children with autism spectrum disorder: Applications of the Brief Observation of Social Communication Change to the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule

So Hyun Kim, Rebecca Grzadzinski, Kassandra Martinez &
Supplemental material, AUT793253_Lay_Abstract for Measuring treatment response in children with autism spectrum disorder: Applications of the Brief Observation of Social Communication Change to the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule by So Hyun Kim, Rebecca Grzadzinski, Kassandra Martinez and Catherine Lord in Autism

online_appendix – Supplemental material for How Can Consumer Trust in Energy Utilities be Increased? The Effectiveness of Prosocial, Proenvironmental, and Service-Oriented Investments as Signals of Trustworthiness

& Christine Horne
Supplemental material, online_appendix for How Can Consumer Trust in Energy Utilities be Increased? The Effectiveness of Prosocial, Proenvironmental, and Service-Oriented Investments as Signals of Trustworthiness by Wojtek Przepiorka and Christine Horne in Organization & Environment

Supplemental material for The evolution of informal land use in a Nigerian market

, Mubarak Olatunji Lasisi & Maryam Abimbola Azeez
Supplemental material for The evolution of informal land use in a Nigerian market by Adekunle Moruf Alabi, Mubarak Olatunji Lasisi and Maryam Abimbola Azeez in Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science

The Italian Apennines between earthquakes, high naturalness and urban growth

Francesco Zullo, Alessandro Marucci, Lorena Fiorini & Bernardino Romano
This paper sets out the results of a study conducted in the inland areas in central Italy on certain phenomena that, for decades, have evolved separately: urban and socio-economic growth, environmental and cultural conservation and the curbing of seismic risk. The study was carried out by analysing the urban conversion of land in the Italian Apennines over the past 50 years, focusing on areas of varying seismic hazard. Our analysis highlights that territorial planning has...

spub-ri-2018-0097-File003_(1) – Supplemental material for Changes in Smoking During Retirement Transition: A Longitudinal Cohort Study

Anna Pulakka, Jaana I. Halonen, Jaana Pentti, Mika Kivimäki, Jussi Vahtera & Sari Stenholm
Supplemental material, spub-ri-2018-0097-File003_(1) for Changes in Smoking During Retirement Transition: A Longitudinal Cohort Study by Anna Pulakka, Jaana I. Halonen, Jaana PENTTI, Mika Kivimäki, Jussi Vahtera and Sari Stenholm in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

Development of a Bacterial Macroarray for the Rapid Screening of Targeted Antibody-Secreted Hybridomas

Jie Li, , , , , , Xiang Wang, , Qi Zhang, Jing Pan & Qing Liu
Hybridoma screening is a key step for the successful generation of high-affinity analyte-specific monoclonal antibodies (MAbs). This work presents an innovative screening method, known as a bacterial macroarray, generated by contact printing of hybridoma cell supernatant samples on a nitrocellulose (NC) membrane initially coated with fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC)–labeled bacteria. Given that bacterial fixation will be influenced by complex bacterial surface structures, we selected both gram-positive bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus and Listeria monocytogenes) and gram-negative bacteria (Escherichia...

AUT709603_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Hooked on a feeling: Repetitive cognition and internalizing symptomatology in relation to autism spectrum symptomatology

Elliot Gavin Keenan, Katherine Gotham & Matthew D Lerner
Supplemental material, AUT709603_Lay_Abstract for Hooked on a feeling: Repetitive cognition and internalizing symptomatology in relation to autism spectrum symptomatology by Elliot Gavin Keenan, Katherine Gotham and Matthew D Lerner in Autism

Bio-ecological factors associated with the psychological distress of fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder: A population-based study of Australian families

Monique Seymour, Rebecca Giallo & Catherine E Wood
Using a bio-ecological framework, the aim of this study was to examine factors associated with psychological distress experienced by fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder from a nationally representative sample of Australian children and their families. Individual (e.g. age and self-efficacy), interpersonal (e.g. partner distress, couple relationship, child behaviour and social support) and social environmental factors (e.g. job quality and financial hardship) were explored as potential predictors of fathers’ distress. Data were drawn from...

AUT710798_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Reliability of parent recall of symptom onset and timing in autism spectrum disorder

Sally Ozonoff, Deana Li, Lesley Deprey, Elise P Hanzel &
Supplemental material, AUT710798_Lay_Abstract for Reliability of parent recall of symptom onset and timing in autism spectrum disorder by Sally Ozonoff, Deana Li, Lesley Deprey, Elise P Hanzel and Ana-Maria Iosif in Autism

Reliability of parent recall of symptom onset and timing in autism spectrum disorder

Sally Ozonoff, Deana Li, Lesley Deprey, Elise P Hanzel &
Past events are often reported as occurring more recently than they actually took place, an error called forward telescoping. This study examined whether forward telescoping was evident in parent reports of autism spectrum disorder symptom emergence and onset classification. Parents were interviewed when their child was 2–3 years old (Time 1) and approximately 6 years old (Time 2). Significant forward telescoping was found in both age of social regression and age when language milestones were achieved, but...

AUT712649_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Utilizing two-tiered screening for early detection of autism spectrum disorder

Meena Khowaja, Diana L Robins & Lauren B Adamson
Supplemental material, AUT712649_Lay_Abstract for Utilizing two-tiered screening for early detection of autism spectrum disorder by Meena Khowaja, Diana L Robins and Lauren B Adamson in Autism

Utilizing two-tiered screening for early detection of autism spectrum disorder

Meena Khowaja, Diana L Robins & Lauren B Adamson
Despite advances in autism screening practices, challenges persist, including barriers to implementing universal screening in primary care and difficulty accessing services. The high false positive rate of Level 1 screening methods presents especially daunting difficulties because it increases the need for comprehensive autism evaluations. This study explored whether two-tiered screening—combining Level 1 (Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Revised with Follow-Up) and Level 2 (Screening Tool for Autism in Toddlers and Young Children) measures—improves the...

Supplemental Material, jchc-2017-0208-File011 - Integrating childhood obesity resources into the patient-centered medical home: Provider perspectives in the United States

, , George A Datto, , Lloyd N Werk & Diane Abatemarco
Supplemental Material, jchc-2017-0208-File011 for Integrating childhood obesity resources into the patient-centered medical home: Provider perspectives in the United States by Samareh G Hill, Thao-Ly T Phan, George A Datto, Jobayer Hossain, Lloyd N Werk, and Diane Abatemarco in Journal of Child Health Care

Supplemental_Material - Moderating Role of the Form of Maltreatment Experienced by Children on the Effectiveness of a Parent Training Program

Roxanne Sicotte, , Sonia Hélie &
Supplemental_Material for Moderating Role of the Form of Maltreatment Experienced by Children on the Effectiveness of a Parent Training Program by Roxanne Sicotte, Marie-Josée Letarte, Sonia Hélie, and Isabelle-Ann Leclair Mallette in Child Maltreatment

Dysregulation of CCL18/CCR8 axis predicts poor prognosis in patients with gastric cancer

Jie Yi & Shao-Jie Jiang
Increasing data have shown that the dysregulation of C-C motif chemokine ligand 18 (CCL18) and C-C motif chemokine receptor (CCR8) is involved in the development and progression of multiple malignancies. However, the clinical significance of CCL18/CCR8 axis in gastric cancer (GC) was still undocumented. In this study, the expression levels of CCL18 and its receptor CCR8 and their correlation with the clinicopathological characteristics and prognosis in patients with GC were analyzed by TCGA RNA sequencing...

Dysregulation of CCL18/CCR8 axis predicts poor prognosis in patients with gastric cancer

Jie Yi & Shao-Jie Jiang
Increasing data have shown that the dysregulation of C-C motif chemokine ligand 18 (CCL18) and C-C motif chemokine receptor (CCR8) is involved in the development and progression of multiple malignancies. However, the clinical significance of CCL18/CCR8 axis in gastric cancer (GC) was still undocumented. In this study, the expression levels of CCL18 and its receptor CCR8 and their correlation with the clinicopathological characteristics and prognosis in patients with GC were analyzed by TCGA RNA sequencing...

Detection of serrated lesions in proximal colon by simulated sigmoidoscopy vs faecal immunochemical testing in a multicentre, pragmatic, randomised controlled trial

Laura Carot, Antoni Castells, Cristina Hernández, Cristina Alvarez-Urturi, Francesc Balaguer, Angel Lanas, Joaquín Cubiella, Jose D Tasende, Rodrigo Jover, Vicent Hernandez, Fernando Carballo, Luis Bujanda, Enrique Quintero, Montserrat Andreu & Xavier Bessa
BackgroundThe diagnostic yield of the faecal immunochemical test and sigmoidoscopy in detecting proximal serrated polyps in a colorectal cancer screening programme has not been fully assessed.AimWe determined the detection rate of proximal serrated polyps by simulated sigmoidoscopy and faecal immunochemical test compared with total colonoscopy in a population-based, multicentre, nationwide, randomised controlled trial (ColonPrev study).MethodsSigmoidoscopy yield was simulated based on the UK-Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Trial for total colonoscopy referral. Definitions were: proximal serrated polyp (proximal serrated...

Appendix_S1 – Supplemental material for Current Smoking Behavior Among Medical Students in Mainland China: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Lu Niu, Ying Liu, Dan Luo &
Supplemental material, Appendix_S1 for Current Smoking Behavior Among Medical Students in Mainland China: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis by Lu Niu, Ying Liu, Dan Luo and Shuiyuan Xiao in Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health

Replication_R_code – Supplemental material for Authoritarian Amendments: Legislative Institutions as Intraexecutive Constraints in Post-Soviet Russia

Ben Noble
Supplemental material, Replication_R_code for Authoritarian Amendments: Legislative Institutions as Intraexecutive Constraints in Post-Soviet Russia by Ben Noble in Comparative Political Studies

Supplementary – Supplemental material for The Politics of Trade-Offs: Studying the Dynamics of Welfare State Reform With Conjoint Experiments

Silja Häusermann, Thomas Kurer & Denise Traber
Supplemental material, Supplementary for The Politics of Trade-Offs: Studying the Dynamics of Welfare State Reform With Conjoint Experiments by Silja Häusermann, Thomas Kurer and Denise Traber in Comparative Political Studies

Appendix03.22.17-2 – Supplemental material for Imperfect Recall: The Politics of Subnational Office Removals

Alisha C. Holland & José Incio
Supplemental material, Appendix03.22.17-2 for Imperfect Recall: The Politics of Subnational Office Removals by Alisha C. Holland and José Incio in Comparative Political Studies

Imperfect Recall: The Politics of Subnational Office Removals

Alisha C. Holland & José Incio
Why do some citizens remove the same politicians that they elected from office? This article examines the use of recall referenda, an increasingly prevalent process in which citizens organize a vote to remove politicians from office before they complete their terms. Although celebrated as a tool to improve electoral accountability, we argue that recall referenda are organized to pursue political vendettas. We test this claim using an original data set on the different stages leading...

spub-ri-2018-0175-File004 – Supplemental material for Heat wave–related mortality in Sweden: A case-crossover study investigating effect modification by neighbourhood deprivation

Daniel Oudin Åström, Christofer Åström, Bertil Forsberg, Ana M. Vicedo-Cabrera, Antonio Gasparrini, Anna Oudin & Kristina Sundquist
Supplemental material, spub-ri-2018-0175-File004 for Heat wave–related mortality in Sweden: A case-crossover study investigating effect modification by neighbourhood deprivation by Daniel Oudin Åström, Christofer Åström, Bertil Forsberg, Ana M. Vicedo-Cabrera, Antonio Gasparrini, Anna Oudin and Kristina Sundquist in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health

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