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Case_Study_Final_Spanish_Version_1_10_20_1 – Supplemental material for The Men’s Group at St. Pius V: A Case Study of a Parish-Based Voluntary Partner Abuse Intervention Program

Maxine Davis, Melissa Jonson-Reid, Charles Dahm, Bruno Fernandez, Charles Stoops & Bushra Sabri
Supplemental material, Case_Study_Final_Spanish_Version_1_10_20_1 for The Men’s Group at St. Pius V: A Case Study of a Parish-Based Voluntary Partner Abuse Intervention Program by Maxine Davis, Melissa Jonson-Reid, Charles Dahm, Bruno Fernandez, Charles Stoops and Bushra Sabri in American Journal of Men’s Health

A Synchronized Circadian Clock Enhances Early Chondrogenesis

M. Abdulhadi Alagha, Judit Vágó, Éva Katona, Roland Takács, Daan Van Der Veen, Róza Zákány & Csaba Matta
ObjectiveCircadian rhythms in cartilage homeostasis are hypothesized to temporally segregate and synchronize the activities of chondrocytes to different times of the day, and thus may provide an efficient mechanism by which articular cartilage can recover following physical activity. While the circadian clock is clearly involved in chondrocyte homeostasis in health and disease, it is unclear as to what roles it may play during early chondrogenesis.DesignThe purpose of this study was to determine whether the rhythmic...

revised-supplementary-material – Supplemental material for A Synchronized Circadian Clock Enhances Early Chondrogenesis

M. Abdulhadi Alagha, Judit Vágó, Éva Katona, Roland Takács, Daan Van Der Veen, Róza Zákány & Csaba Matta
Supplemental material, revised-supplementary-material for A Synchronized Circadian Clock Enhances Early Chondrogenesis by M. Abdulhadi Alagha, Judit Vágó, Éva Katona, Roland Takács, Daan van der Veen, Róza Zákány and Csaba Matta in CARTILAGE

A Synchronized Circadian Clock Enhances Early Chondrogenesis

M. Abdulhadi Alagha, Judit Vágó, Éva Katona, Roland Takács, Daan Van Der Veen, Róza Zákány & Csaba Matta
ObjectiveCircadian rhythms in cartilage homeostasis are hypothesized to temporally segregate and synchronize the activities of chondrocytes to different times of the day, and thus may provide an efficient mechanism by which articular cartilage can recover following physical activity. While the circadian clock is clearly involved in chondrocyte homeostasis in health and disease, it is unclear as to what roles it may play during early chondrogenesis.DesignThe purpose of this study was to determine whether the rhythmic...

revised-supplementary-material – Supplemental material for A Synchronized Circadian Clock Enhances Early Chondrogenesis

M. Abdulhadi Alagha, Judit Vágó, Éva Katona, Roland Takács, Daan Van Der Veen, Róza Zákány & Csaba Matta
Supplemental material, revised-supplementary-material for A Synchronized Circadian Clock Enhances Early Chondrogenesis by M. Abdulhadi Alagha, Judit Vágó, Éva Katona, Roland Takács, Daan van der Veen, Róza Zákány and Csaba Matta in CARTILAGE

Relative Unemployment, Political Information, and the Job Approval Ratings of State Governors and Legislatures

Jeffrey E. Cohen
Research finds that voters benchmark the state’s unemployment level to the nation’s when holding state policy makers accountable. Yet benchmarking requires some voter knowledge if the standard is to be applied correctly as an accountability rule. This article leverages the fact that voters have more knowledge about their state governors than legislatures assess how much knowledge is necessary for holding these policy makers accountable. Using pooled Cooperative Congressional Election Study data from 2006 to 2016,...

Relative Unemployment, Political Information, and the Job Approval Ratings of State Governors and Legislatures

Jeffrey E. Cohen
Research finds that voters benchmark the state’s unemployment level to the nation’s when holding state policy makers accountable. Yet benchmarking requires some voter knowledge if the standard is to be applied correctly as an accountability rule. This article leverages the fact that voters have more knowledge about their state governors than legislatures assess how much knowledge is necessary for holding these policy makers accountable. Using pooled Cooperative Congressional Election Study data from 2006 to 2016,...

Online_Appendix_relative_unemployment_r_and_r_sppq_8_1_19 – Supplemental material for Relative Unemployment, Political Information, and the Job Approval Ratings of State Governors and Legislatures

Jeffrey E. Cohen
Supplemental material, Online_Appendix_relative_unemployment_r_and_r_sppq_8_1_19 for Relative Unemployment, Political Information, and the Job Approval Ratings of State Governors and Legislatures by Jeffrey E. Cohen in State Politics & Policy Quarterly

Online_Appendix_relative_unemployment_r_and_r_sppq_8_1_19 – Supplemental material for Relative Unemployment, Political Information, and the Job Approval Ratings of State Governors and Legislatures

Jeffrey E. Cohen
Supplemental material, Online_Appendix_relative_unemployment_r_and_r_sppq_8_1_19 for Relative Unemployment, Political Information, and the Job Approval Ratings of State Governors and Legislatures by Jeffrey E. Cohen in State Politics & Policy Quarterly

Perceived Risks, Benefits, and Interest in Participating in Environmental Health Studies That Share Personal Exposure Data: A U.S. Survey of Prospective Participants

Julia O. Udesky, Katherine E. Boronow, Phil Brown, Laura J. Perovich & Julia Green Brody
Little is known about the willingness of prospective study participants to share environmental health data. To fill this gap, we conducted a hypothetical vignette survey among 1,575 women who have volunteered to be contacted about breast cancer studies. Eighty-three percent were interested in participating in the environmental studies, with little difference whether data were restricted to the research team, shared with approved researchers, or publicly accessible. However, participants somewhat preferred controlled access for children’s data....

Perceived Risks, Benefits, and Interest in Participating in Environmental Health Studies That Share Personal Exposure Data: A U.S. Survey of Prospective Participants

Julia O. Udesky, Katherine E. Boronow, Phil Brown, Laura J. Perovich & Julia Green Brody
Little is known about the willingness of prospective study participants to share environmental health data. To fill this gap, we conducted a hypothetical vignette survey among 1,575 women who have volunteered to be contacted about breast cancer studies. Eighty-three percent were interested in participating in the environmental studies, with little difference whether data were restricted to the research team, shared with approved researchers, or publicly accessible. However, participants somewhat preferred controlled access for children’s data....

supplemental-information – Supplemental material for Perceived Risks, Benefits, and Interest in Participating in Environmental Health Studies That Share Personal Exposure Data: A U.S. Survey of Prospective Participants

Julia O. Udesky, Katherine E. Boronow, Phil Brown, Laura J. Perovich & Julia Green Brody
Supplemental material, supplemental-information for Perceived Risks, Benefits, and Interest in Participating in Environmental Health Studies That Share Personal Exposure Data: A U.S. Survey of Prospective Participants by Julia O. Udesky, Katherine E. Boronow, Phil Brown, Laura J. Perovich and Julia Green Brody in Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics

supplemental-information – Supplemental material for Perceived Risks, Benefits, and Interest in Participating in Environmental Health Studies That Share Personal Exposure Data: A U.S. Survey of Prospective Participants

Julia O. Udesky, Katherine E. Boronow, Phil Brown, Laura J. Perovich & Julia Green Brody
Supplemental material, supplemental-information for Perceived Risks, Benefits, and Interest in Participating in Environmental Health Studies That Share Personal Exposure Data: A U.S. Survey of Prospective Participants by Julia O. Udesky, Katherine E. Boronow, Phil Brown, Laura J. Perovich and Julia Green Brody in Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics

A Framework for Designing Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Facilities: A New Approach Using Interdisciplinary Value-Focused Thinking

Ruby Lipson-Smith, Leonid Churilov, Clare Newton, Heidi Zeeman & Julie Bernhardt
Aim:To use Value-Focused Thinking to investigate what is important in the design of inpatient stroke rehabilitation facility buildings.Background:Many stroke patients require inpatient rehabilitation in a dedicated facility. Rehabilitation facilities are healthcare spaces, but they are also learning spaces where patients practice targeted tasks to acquire new skills and to reacquire skills and abilities that were compromised as a result of their stroke. There is currently no consensus regarding how the design of inpatient rehabilitation facilities...

A Framework for Designing Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Facilities: A New Approach Using Interdisciplinary Value-Focused Thinking

Ruby Lipson-Smith, Leonid Churilov, Clare Newton, Heidi Zeeman & Julie Bernhardt
Aim:To use Value-Focused Thinking to investigate what is important in the design of inpatient stroke rehabilitation facility buildings.Background:Many stroke patients require inpatient rehabilitation in a dedicated facility. Rehabilitation facilities are healthcare spaces, but they are also learning spaces where patients practice targeted tasks to acquire new skills and to reacquire skills and abilities that were compromised as a result of their stroke. There is currently no consensus regarding how the design of inpatient rehabilitation facilities...

Supplementary_Material - A Framework for Designing Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Facilities: A New Approach Using Interdisciplinary Value-Focused Thinking

Ruby Lipson-Smith, Leonid Churilov, Clare Newton, Heidi Zeeman & Julie Bernhardt
Supplementary_Material for A Framework for Designing Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Facilities: A New Approach Using Interdisciplinary Value-Focused Thinking by Ruby Lipson-Smith, Leonid Churilov, Clare Newton, Heidi Zeeman, and Julie Bernhardt in HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal

Supplementary_Material - A Framework for Designing Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Facilities: A New Approach Using Interdisciplinary Value-Focused Thinking

Ruby Lipson-Smith, Leonid Churilov, Clare Newton, Heidi Zeeman & Julie Bernhardt
Supplementary_Material for A Framework for Designing Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Facilities: A New Approach Using Interdisciplinary Value-Focused Thinking by Ruby Lipson-Smith, Leonid Churilov, Clare Newton, Heidi Zeeman and Julie Bernhardt in HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal

Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States

Qian He & Theodore P. Gerber
Recent studies suggest that the employment rates of foreign-born women are related to cultural norms regarding gender and work in their origin countries. However, origin-country culture may have less influence on the labor-supply decisions of women who self-select into migration precisely in order to pursue work abroad. Female migrants self-select on the basis of employment opportunities to varying extents, and it is hard to measure which ones do and which do not. We propose “migration...

Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States

Qian He & Theodore P. Gerber
Recent studies suggest that the employment rates of foreign-born women are related to cultural norms regarding gender and work in their origin countries. However, origin-country culture may have less influence on the labor-supply decisions of women who self-select into migration precisely in order to pursue work abroad. Female migrants self-select on the basis of employment opportunities to varying extents, and it is hard to measure which ones do and which do not. We propose “migration...

MRX821651_Supplemental_Appendix_1 - Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States

Qian He & Theodore P. Gerber
MRX821651_Supplemental_Appendix_1 for Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States by Qian He, and Theodore P. Gerber in International Migration Review

MRX821651_Supplemental_Appendix_1 - Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States

Qian He & Theodore P. Gerber
MRX821651_Supplemental_Appendix_1 for Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States by Qian He, and Theodore P. Gerber in International Migration Review

Supplemental Material, MRX806891_Supplemental_Material - Class Background, Reception Context, and Intergenerational Mobility: A Record Linkage and Surname Analysis of the Children of Irish Immigrants

Dylan Shane Connor
Supplemental Material, MRX806891_Supplemental_Material for Class Background, Reception Context, and Intergenerational Mobility: A Record Linkage and Surname Analysis of the Children of Irish Immigrants by Dylan Shane Connor in International Migration Review

Supplemental Material, MRX806891_Supplemental_Material - Class Background, Reception Context, and Intergenerational Mobility: A Record Linkage and Surname Analysis of the Children of Irish Immigrants

Dylan Shane Connor
Supplemental Material, MRX806891_Supplemental_Material for Class Background, Reception Context, and Intergenerational Mobility: A Record Linkage and Surname Analysis of the Children of Irish Immigrants by Dylan Shane Connor in International Migration Review

Class Background, Reception Context, and Intergenerational Mobility: A Record Linkage and Surname Analysis of the Children of Irish Immigrants

Dylan Shane Connor
Proponents of restrictive immigration policies often claim that families arriving with fewer skills and resources will struggle economically. This claim is challenging to test as lower-skilled migrants also tend to face greater discrimination, exclusion, and obstacles in the United States. I use unique multigenerational data on Irish Americans in the early-twentieth century, before and after migration, to directly study how the economic origins of Irish families and the reception context they faced in the United...

Class Background, Reception Context, and Intergenerational Mobility: A Record Linkage and Surname Analysis of the Children of Irish Immigrants

Dylan Shane Connor
Proponents of restrictive immigration policies often claim that families arriving with fewer skills and resources will struggle economically. This claim is challenging to test as lower-skilled migrants also tend to face greater discrimination, exclusion, and obstacles in the United States. I use unique multigenerational data on Irish Americans in the early-twentieth century, before and after migration, to directly study how the economic origins of Irish families and the reception context they faced in the United...

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