61 Works

Bethlehem Women

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection is made up of digitised photographs held in the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
The photographs in the collection were all taken by male western photographers of Bethlehem women. In different ways they reflect the ways in which these photographers romanticised and fetishised Bethlehem women. It was a common trope in travel accounts written by European and North American men to emphasise how beautiful the women in Bethlehem were. Many of the photographs here...

Dataset: thresholded maps for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). More data related to this publication is available in separate datasets in the same collection, DOIs:Unthresholded maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756899Jackknife maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292Peaks: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756872
This folder contains the thresholded maps from the mean meta-analyses of altruistic and strategic prosocial decisions, overlap and comparisons between the two groups. These maps are in .nii format so can be opened in many neuroimaging viewers. If you do not have a...

Code to adjust for dropout in fMRI meta-analysis, linked to the research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn
Code, spreadsheet and demo data to adjust fixed, random and mixed effects fMRI meta-analysis to account for variable dropout across studies. Linked to paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below).
The repo contains:
- README file with information on how to use the code.
- MATLAB code (using SPM) 'adjusting_FE_RE_and_ME.m' to run either a single group mean (random effects) or two group mean and comparison (mixed effects) meta-analysis. Fixed effects estimates are given in the...

Kabande Family

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection consists of digitised photographs donated to the Planet Bethlehem Archive by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The images are photographs of the Kabande family - the family of Katrina Sa'ade's first husband. Like Katrina Sa'ade (whose life is the focus of this wider project within the Planet Bethlehem Archive), the Kabandes were from Bethlehem, but they moved to Mexico in the early 20th century. Katrina's marriage to Emilio Kabande was arranged in 1913 when Katrina was...

Supplementary Material for paper: Who controls the city? A micro-historical case study of the spread of rioting across North London in August 2011

John Drury, Clifford Stott, Roger Ball, Fergus Neville, Stephen Reicher & Sanjeedah Choudhury
Supplementary Material for paper appearing in the Journal "City" Nov 2019

Full triangulated account of the 2011 Enfield riot, including methodology and complete list of sources.
Abstract from research paperIn August 2011, over four days, rioting spread across several cities in England. While dominant explanations of the riots as “mindless criminality” have been widely contested in the academic literature, there is a lack of empirical evidence supporting alternative accounts. The present paper provides a micro-historical analysis of...

Katrina Sa'ade and Her Children

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris, Leila Sansour & Kathy Sa'ade Kenny
This collection consists of digitised photographs donated to the Planet Bethlehem Archive by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The images are photographs of Katrina Sa'ade and her children, showing them in various periods of their lives in Palestine, Mexico and the United States. The earliest portraits go back to Katrina's life in Mexico in the 1910s and the most recent are from the 1960s in the United States.

The collection is part of the Katrina Sa'ade project within the...

Data for research article: Horses form lasting impressions of people based on facial expressions of emotion during a single encounter.

Leanne Proops, Kate Grounds, Amy Smith & Karen Mccomb
Data for paper appearing in Current Biology March 2018
Data files relating to the two phases of our experiment.


Abstract from article
For humans, facial expressions are important social
signals, and how we perceive specific individuals
may be influenced by subtle emotional cues that
they have given us in past encounters. A wide range
of animal species are also capable of discriminating
the emotions of others through facial expressions
[1–5], and it is clear that remembering emotional experiences with specific individuals could have...

Farhat Family

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection consists of digitised photographs donated to the Planet Bethlehem Archive by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The images are photographs of the Farhat family - the family of Katrina Sa'ade's second husband. Katrina Sa'ade's life is the focus of this wider project within the Planet Bethlehem Archive. In 1921 she married Suleiman Jiryes Farhat in Long Beach California. Suleiman's family was from Ramallah, Palestine. They were farmers, raising mainly olives, grapes, figs and other fruit on...

Code to adjust for dropout in fMRI meta-analysis, linked to the research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn
Code, spreadsheet and demo data to adjust fixed, random and mixed effects fMRI meta-analysis to account for variable dropout across studies. Linked to paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below).
The repo contains:
- README file with information on how to use the code.
- MATLAB code (using SPM) 'adjusting_FE_RE_and_ME.m' to run either a single group mean (random effects) or two group mean and comparison (mixed effects) meta-analysis. Fixed effects estimates are given in the...

Data from the behavioural experiments described in the paper: Decreased olfactory discrimination is associated with impulsivity in healthy volunteers

Aleksandra Herman, Hugo D. Critchley & Theodora Duka
Data for paper appearing in Scientific Reports
Excel workbooks containing data collected and analysed in the paper: "Decreased olfactory discrimination is associated with impulsivity in healthy volunteers". The dataset contains sample demographic, behavioural performance on impulsivity tasks, and olfaction measures.

Abstract of the paper
In clinical populations, olfactory abilities parallel executive function, implicating shared neuroanatomical substrates within the ventral prefrontal cortex. In healthy individuals, the relationship between olfaction and personality traits or certain cognitive and behavioural characteristics...

Dataset for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). This collection contains four datasets for each type of data:Thresholded maps (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756890)Unthresholded maps (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756899)Jackknife maps (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292)Peaks (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756872)
Publication abstract:The decision to share resources is fundamental for cohesive societies. Humans can be motivated to give for many reasons. Some generosity incurs a definite cost, with no extrinsic reward to the act, but instead provides intrinsic satisfaction (labelled here as ‘altruistic’ giving). Other giving behaviours are...

Research data for paper: 'The Role of Emergent Shared Identity in Psychosocial Support among Refugees of Conflict in Developing Countries'. Turkey data set

John Drury, Khalifah Alfadhli, Huseyin Cakal & Meltem Güler
Data-set from questionnaire survey of 234 Syrian refugees in Turkey, gathered 2015. Part of Alfadhli's PhD thesis and journal publication in International Review of Social Psychology, January 2019 (Expected date of publication)

AbstractIn spite of the harsh conditions that refugees of conflicts experience for many years in exile in developing countries, there is evidence showing that refugees of conflict help each other. This study aimed to explore one possible mechanism underlying such support and sought to...

Research data for technical report: PhD supervisors and faculty members might help to avoid burnout as well as enhance engagement and organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) among PhD students.

Patricio Javier Saavedra Morales, Evangelos Ntontis & Sofia-Anna-Arabella Kyprianides
Description:
The original dataset with responses to survey questions in .dta and .sav formats. A copy of STATA and SPSS for Statistics is required to view these datasets offline.
A .inp and .dat file are attached to carry out Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). A copy of Mplus software is required to view and manipulate these datasets offline.
The original survey showing the question export tags is available in Word format (PhD_students_survey_uk.docx).
An excel file (var_list_phd_survey_uk.xlsx)...

Nativity Scenes

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection is made up of digitised photographs held in the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
The photographs are all reconstructions of various scenes relating to the birth of Christ. Western photographers working in Bethlehem in the late 19th and early 20th centuries commonly staged these scenes as part of a wider trend of viewing Bethlehem through a biblical and orientalist lens.

This collection is part of the Library of Congress project within the Planet Bethlehem Archive...

Dataset: unthresholded maps for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). More data related to this publication is available in separate datasets in the same collection, DOIs:
Thresholded maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756890
Jackknife maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292.v1
Peaks: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756872.v1
This folder contains the unthresholded maps from the mean meta-analyses of altruistic and strategic prosocial decisions and comparisons between the two groups. These maps are in .nii format so can be opened in many neuroimaging viewers. If you do not have a viewer...

Dataset for research paper ‘Unanticipated questions can yield unanticipated outcomes in investigative interviews’

Thomas Parkhouse & Thomas Ormerod
Data files for the paper submitted to PLOSOne

A copy of SPSS software is required to open these .sav files.
-Experiment 1 Interviewer Accuracy (dichotomous choice RM): this shows the number of times each interviewer correctly guessed the veracity of the interviewee for each of the six conditions. A repeated measures ANOVA was conducted on this data.-Experiment 1 Interviewer Compliance: this shows the number of deviations from script made by interviewers for each interview.
-Experiment 1 Interviewer Reasons:...

Data for research article: Horses form lasting impressions of people based on facial expressions of emotion during a single encounter.

Leanne Proops, Kate Grounds, Amy Smith & Karen Mccomb
Data for paper appearing in Current Biology March 2018
Data files relating to the two phases of our experiment.


Abstract from article
For humans, facial expressions are important social
signals, and how we perceive specific individuals
may be influenced by subtle emotional cues that
they have given us in past encounters. A wide range
of animal species are also capable of discriminating
the emotions of others through facial expressions
[1–5], and it is clear that remembering emotional experiences with specific individuals could have...

Dataset: unthresholded maps for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). More data related to this publication is available in separate datasets in the same collection, DOIs:
Thresholded maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756890
Jackknife maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292.v1
Peaks: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756872.v1
This folder contains the unthresholded maps from the mean meta-analyses of altruistic and strategic prosocial decisions and comparisons between the two groups. These maps are in .nii format so can be opened in many neuroimaging viewers. If you do not have a viewer...

Katrina Sa'ade Portraits

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection consists of digitised photographs donated to the Planet Bethlehem Archive by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The images are portrait photographs of Katrina Sa'ade, showing her in various periods of life lived in Palestine, Mexico and the United States. The earliest portraits go back to her childhood in Bethlehem and the most recent are from the 1960s in the United States.

The collection is part of the Katrina Sa'ade project within the Planet Bethlehem Archive (click on...

George Harb Photos

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection is made up of digitised photographs from George Harb's personal collection. The materials have been digitised by the Planet Bethlehem Archive.
Renowned speech maker of Bethlehem, George Harb, has donated a collection of images that document life in Bethlehem from the 1920s to the present day. An elected member of the Municipal Council for 18 years and teacher of Arabic at the Frères school (the first in the region to go co-ed), Harb’s...

Code to adjust for dropout in fMRI meta-analysis, linked to the research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn
Code, spreadsheet and demo data to adjust fixed, random and mixed effects fMRI meta-analysis to account for variable dropout across studies. Linked to paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below).
The repo contains:
- README file with information on how to use the code.
- MATLAB code (using SPM) 'adjusting_FE_RE_and_ME.m' to run either a single group mean (random effects) or two group mean and comparison (mixed effects) meta-analysis. Fixed effects estimates are given in the...

Jubrail Dabdoub house front view, Bethlehem

Jacob Norris, Freja Howat-Maxted & Leila Sansour
This is a digital photograph of the house built by Jubrail Yusef Dabdoub in Bethlehem, 1923. The photograph shows the main facade of the house as seen from Hebron Road. Today this house is the site of the Bethlehem Bible College.

Code to adjust for dropout in fMRI meta-analysis, linked to the research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn
Code, spreadsheet and demo data to adjust fixed, random and mixed effects fMRI meta-analysis to account for variable dropout across studies. Linked to paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below).
The repo contains:
- README file with information on how to use the code.
- MATLAB code (using SPM) 'adjusting_FE_RE_and_ME.m' to run either a single group mean (random effects) or two group mean and comparison (mixed effects) meta-analysis. Fixed effects estimates are given in the...

Data for research article "Neonicotinoids Thiamethoxam and Clothianidin Adversely Affect the Colonisation of Freshwater Microcosms"

Kate Basley & Dave Goulson
Raw data from counting the colonisation of invertebrate populations in aquatic microcosms. Each column is total number of that invertebrate in that microscosm.
Effects of both thiamethoxam and clothianidin were investigated.
Abstract from article
Surface waters are sometimes contaminated with neonicotinoids: a widespread, persistent, systemic class of insecticide with leaching potential. Previous ecotoxicological investigations of this chemical class in aquatic ecosystems have largely focused on the impacts of the neonicotinoid imidacloprid; few empirical, manipulative studies have investigated the...

Dataset for research paper: Improving refugee well-being with better language skills and more intergroup contact.

Linda Tip, Rupert Brown, Linda Morrice, Michael Collyer & Matthew Easterbrook
This file contains data described in this paper published in Social Psychological and Personality Science. ISSN 1948-5506.
It contains data about 180 resettled refugees in the UK at three time points, each about one year apart (2014-2016). Their English language proficiency, their contact with British people, and their well-being was measured at each of these time points. Gender and age are included in the dataset too. The paper mentioned above provides further information about the procedure...

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