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Memory of Love Towards Parents Questionnaire: Development and Psychometric Evaluation

Lawrence Patihis, Mario E. Herrera, Mark J. Huff & Randolph C. Arnau
We document the development of the Memory of Love towards Parents Questionnaire—for use in multiple areas of psychology. It is designed to measure current feelings of and memory of love towards a specific parent during important time periods in childhood. In all samples (total N = 1527), we consistently found high internal reliability. We report the basic psychometrics of the 28-item subscale version in both undergraduate and US nonclinical adult samples and identified 10-item and 4-item subscale...

Supplemental Material, SLGR_17-0063R4,Tables - What Factors Drive Municipal Fiscal Policy Adoption? An Empirical Investigation of Major Cities in the United States

Yu Shi, Nisa Yazici Aydemir &
Supplemental Material, SLGR_17-0063R4,Tables for What Factors Drive Municipal Fiscal Policy Adoption? An Empirical Investigation of Major Cities in the United States by Yu Shi, Nisa Yazici Aydemir, and Yonghong Wu in State and Local Government Review

What Factors Drive Municipal Fiscal Policy Adoption? An Empirical Investigation of Major Cities in the United States

Yu Shi, Nisa Yazici Aydemir &
Local policy makers operate within a confined decision-making environment and their policy-making capacities are limited by intergovernmental constraints, political culture, service demand, and economic and fiscal condition. This study investigates the effects of these factors on certain types of local fiscal policy adoption in the United States. Based on data from hundred major American cities, the result shows that a combination of state aid, state-imposed local tax and expenditure limits, fiscal decentralization, and tax authority...

Supplemental_Material – Supplemental material for Four-Branch Model of Ability Emotional Intelligence With Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence: A Meta-Analysis of Relations

Sally Olderbak, Martin Semmler & Philipp Doebler
Supplemental material, Supplemental_Material for Four-Branch Model of Ability Emotional Intelligence With Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence: A Meta-Analysis of Relations by Sally Olderbak, Martin Semmler and Philipp Doebler in Emotion Review

Supplementary_file__Appendix – Supplemental material for Consumer Information for Data-Driven Decision Making: Teaching Socially Responsible Use of Data

Kristen L. Walker & Nora Moran
Supplemental material, Supplementary_file__Appendix for Consumer Information for Data-Driven Decision Making: Teaching Socially Responsible Use of Data by Kristen L. Walker and Nora Moran in Journal of Marketing Education

Supplemental_File_2 - Documentation of breakthrough pain in narrative clinical records of children with life-limiting conditions: Feasibility of a retrospective review

Linda JM Oostendorp, , Paula Kelly, Joanna Crocker, Andrew Dinsdale, Lorna Fraser & Myra Bluebond-Langner
Supplemental_File_2 for Documentation of breakthrough pain in narrative clinical records of children with life-limiting conditions: Feasibility of a retrospective review by Linda JM Oostendorp, Dilini Rajapakse, Paula Kelly, Joanna Crocker, Andrew Dinsdale, Lorna Fraser, and Myra Bluebond-Langner in Journal of Child Health Care

IPS796263_French_and_Spanish_abstracts – Supplemental material for The more concentrated, the better represented? The geographical concentration of immigrants and their descriptive representation in the German mixed-member system

Lucas Geese & Diana Schacht
Supplemental material, IPS796263_French_and_Spanish_abstracts for The more concentrated, the better represented? The geographical concentration of immigrants and their descriptive representation in the German mixed-member system by Lucas Geese and Diana Schacht in International Political Science Review

Supplemental Material1 - Supplemental material for Etomidate and propylene glycol activate nociceptive TRP ion channels

Florian Niedermirtl, Mirjam Eberhardt, Barbara Namer, Andreas Leffler, Carla Nau, Peter W Reeh & Katrin Kistner
Supplemental material, Supplemental Material1 for Etomidate and propylene glycol activate nociceptive TRP ion channels by Florian Niedermirtl, Mirjam Eberhardt, Barbara Namer, Andreas Leffler, Carla Nau, Peter W Reeh and Katrin Kistner in Molecular Pain

Understanding, attitudes and dehumanisation towards autistic people

Eilidh Cage, Jessica Di Monaco & Victoria Newell
Research suggests that while individuals may self-report positive attitudes towards autism, dehumanising attitudes (seeing another as less than human) may still prevail. This study investigated knowledge, openness and dehumanising attitudes of non-autistic people towards autistic people. A total of 361 participants completed a survey measuring autism openness, knowledge and experience, along with a measure of dehumanisation. Results showed that knowledge of autism was comparable to past research and females were more open towards autism. Findings...

Supplemental_Material_2 – Supplemental material for Telementoring of Surgeons: A Systematic Review

Simon Erridge, Derek K. T. Yeung, & Sanjay Purkayastha
Supplemental material, Supplemental_Material_2 for Telementoring of Surgeons: A Systematic Review by Simon Erridge, Derek K. T. Yeung, Hitendra R. H. Patel and Sanjay Purkayastha in Surgical Innovation

Supplemental material for Phone-based intervention for blood pressure control among Ghanaian stroke survivors: A pilot randomized controlled trial

Fred Stephen Sarfo, Frank Treiber, , Sheila Adamu, Michelle Nichols, Arti Singh, Vida Obese, , , , , Marian Agyei-Frimpong, Naomi Kwarteng, Elizabeth Badu, Nathaniel Mensah, Michael Ampofo, Carolyn Jenkins & Bruce Ovbiagele
Supplemental Material for Phone-based intervention for blood pressure control among Ghanaian stroke survivors: A pilot randomized controlled trial by Fred Stephen Sarfo, Frank Treiber, Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Sheila Adamu, Michelle Nichols, Arti Singh, Vida Obese, Osei Sarfo-Kantanka, Asumadu Sakyi, Nyantakyi Adu-Darko, Raelle Tagge, Marian Agyei-Frimpong, Naomi Kwarteng, Elizabeth Badu, Nathaniel Mensah, Michael Ampofo, Carolyn Jenkins, Bruce Ovbiagele and on behalf of PINGS Team in International Journal of Stroke

Phone-based intervention for blood pressure control among Ghanaian stroke survivors: A pilot randomized controlled trial

Fred Stephen Sarfo, Frank Treiber, , Sheila Adamu, Michelle Nichols, Arti Singh, Vida Obese, , , , , Marian Agyei-Frimpong, Naomi Kwarteng, Elizabeth Badu, Nathaniel Mensah, Michael Ampofo, Carolyn Jenkins & Bruce Ovbiagele
BackgroundThe potential of mobile-health (mHealth) technology for the management of hypertension among stroke survivors in Africa remains unexplored. We assessed whether an mHealth technology-enabled, nurse-guided intervention initiated among stroke patients within one month of symptom onset is effective in improving their blood pressure (BP) control.MethodsA two-arm pilot cluster randomized controlled trial involving 60 stroke survivors, ≥18 years, with BP ≥140/90 mmHg at screening/enrollment visit at a medical center in Ghana. Participants in the intervention arm (n = 30)...

Supplemental Material, Appendix_Table_1_-_3_Vasc_Endovasc_Surg - Amputation-Free Survival in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus and Peripheral Arterial Disease With Heel Ulcer: Open Versus Endovascular Surgery

, Erika Lilja, Hedvig Örneholm, Jan Apelqvist, Anders Gottsäter, Magnus Eneroth & Stefan Acosta
Supplemental Material, Appendix_Table_1_-_3_Vasc_Endovasc_Surg for Amputation-Free Survival in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus and Peripheral Arterial Disease With Heel Ulcer: Open Versus Endovascular Surgery by Talha Butt, Erika Lilja, Hedvig Örneholm, Jan Apelqvist, Anders Gottsäter, Magnus Eneroth, and Stefan Acosta in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Are Changes in Medical Group Practice Characteristics Over Time Associated With Medicare Spending and Quality of Care?

Laurence C. Baker, Michael Pesko, Patricia Ramsay, Lawrence P. Casalino & Stephen M. Shortell
Physician practices have been growing in size, and becoming more commonly owned by hospitals, over time. We use survey data on physician practices surveyed at two points in time, linked to Medicare claims data, to investigate whether changes in practice size or ownership are associated with changes in the use of care management, health information technology (HIT), or quality improvement processes. We find that practice growth and becoming hospital-owned are associated with adoption of more...

Necessity of technicians for computerized neuropsychological assessment devices in multiple sclerosis

Curtis M Wojcik, Stephen M Rao, Adrian J Schembri, Allison S Drake, Paul Maruff, David Schindler, Jay Alberts, , Jeta Pol, Bianca Weinstock-Guttman & Ralph HB Benedict
Objective:Determine the influence of technician supervision on computer-administered cognitive tests in multiple sclerosis (MS).Methods:Eighty MS patients underwent assessment using the CogState Brief Battery (CSBB) and the Cleveland Clinic Cognitive Battery (C3B). Each was administered twice, once with a technician guiding assessment, and once with technician-absent. Twenty-eight healthy controls were also evaluated.Results:The influence of technician guidance was not statistically significant for group means on either test. For CSBB, administration problems were more common in the technician-absent...

Individual dynamic predictions using landmarking and joint modelling: Validation of estimators and robustness assessment

Loïc Ferrer, Hein Putter & Cécile Proust-Lima
After the diagnosis of a disease, one major objective is to predict cumulative probabilities of events such as clinical relapse or death from the individual information collected up to a prediction time, usually including biomarker repeated measurements. Several competing estimators have been proposed, mainly from two approaches: joint modelling and landmarking. These approaches differ by the information used, the model assumptions and the complexity of the computational procedures. This paper aims to review the two...

Supplement_Material – Supplemental material for Competence and Satisfaction in Occupational Performance Among a Sample of University Students: An Exploratory Study

Karen M. Keptner & Rachel Rogers
Supplemental material, Supplement_Material for Competence and Satisfaction in Occupational Performance Among a Sample of University Students: An Exploratory Study by Karen M. Keptner and Rachel Rogers in OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health

2x2_motivational_appendices_-_supplementary_materials – Supplemental material for Impact of a Motivational Intervention and Interactive Feedback on Electricity and Water Consumption: A Smart Housing Field Experiment

Lisa Legault, Stephen Bird, Susan E. Powers, Amanda Sherman, Alan Schay, &
Supplemental material, 2x2_motivational_appendices_-_supplementary_materials for Impact of a Motivational Intervention and Interactive Feedback on Electricity and Water Consumption: A Smart Housing Field Experiment by Lisa Legault, Stephen Bird, Susan E. Powers, Amanda Sherman, Alan Schay, Daqing Hou and Kerop Janoyan in Environment and Behavior

AUT812434_Lay_Abstract – Supplemental material for Leisure time and family functioning in families living with autism spectrum disorder

Katherine M Walton
Supplemental material, AUT812434_Lay_Abstract for Leisure time and family functioning in families living with autism spectrum disorder by Katherine M Walton in Autism

Partisan strength and legislative bargaining

Thomas Choate, John A Weymark & Alan E Wiseman
We extend the canonical Baron–Ferejohn model of majoritarian legislative bargaining in order to analyze the effects of partisanship on bargaining outcomes. We consider three legislators, two of whom are party affiliated, with each partisan placing some value on the share of the dollar obtained by his copartisan in addition to his own share. We characterize the equilibrium of our model as a function of the strength of party affiliation and the degree to which the...

Approach to the Assessment and Management of Adult Patients With Atopic Dermatitis: A Consensus Document

Melinda J. Gooderham, , Lorne Albrecht, Robert Bissonnette, , Robert Gniadecki, , Mark G. Kirchhof, Ian Landells, Perla Lansang, Chuck W. Lynde, Kim A. Papp, Yves Poulin, Gordon Sussman, Irina Turchin, Marni Wiseman &
Background:Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, relapsing, and remitting inflammatory skin disease with complex pathophysiology, primarily driven by type 2 inflammation. Existing guidelines often do not reflect all current therapeutic options and guidance on the practical management of patients with AD is lacking.Objectives:To develop practical, up-to-date guidance on the assessment and management of adult patients with AD.Methods:An expert panel of 17 Canadian experts, including 16 dermatologists and 1 allergist, with extensive clinical experience managing moderate-to-severe...

Infant mental health: The Brief Child and Family Intake and Outcomes System

Alison Niccols, Charles Cunningham, Peter Pettingill, Donna Bohaychuk & Eric Duku
There is a need to identify children with potential mental health issues early in order to provide “an ounce of prevention.” Unfortunately, there are few instruments available to identify emotional and behavioral issues in infants and many never receive intervention. We developed the Brief Child and Family Intake and Outcomes System for Infants, which is a standardized online parent questionnaire including one externalizing scale (Cooperating), two internalizing scales (Expressing Emotion; Responding to Change), and two...

Supplemental material for A comparative study of subgroup identification methods for differential treatment effect: Performance metrics and recommendations

, Yang Chen & Marianthi Markatou
Supplemental Material for A comparative study of subgroup identification methods for differential treatment effect: Performance metrics and recommendations by Demissie Alemayehu, Yang Chen and Marianthi Markatou in Statistical Methods in Medical Research

A comparative study of subgroup identification methods for differential treatment effect: Performance metrics and recommendations

, Yang Chen & Marianthi Markatou
Subgroup identification with differential treatment effects serves as an important step towards precision medicine, as it provides evidence regarding how individuals with specific characteristics respond to a given treatment. This knowledge not only supports the tailoring of treatment strategies but also prompts the development of new treatments. This manuscript provides a brief overview of the issues associated with the methodologies aimed at identifying subgroups with differential treatment effects, and studies in depth the operational characteristics...

Supplemental material for Extended two-stage adaptive designs with three target responses for phase II clinical trials

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Supplemental Material for Extended two-stage adaptive designs with three target responses for phase II clinical trials by Seongho Kim and Weng Kee Wong in Statistical Methods in Medical Research

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