8 Works

The Conceptualization of Sisterhood Within the Collegiate Sorority: An Exploration

Joshua Shutts, Gentry McCreary & Sarah Cohen

Bad Apples or Bad Barrels? Moral Disengagement, Social Influence, and the Perpetuation of Hazing in the College Fraternity

Gentry McCreary, Nathaniel Bray & Stephen Thomas

Toward a Broader Understanding of Fraternity – Developing and Validating a Measure of Fraternal Brotherhood

Gentry McCreary & Joshua Schutts

Validating the use of stereo-video cameras to conduct remote measurements of sea turtles

Tabitha Siegfried
Stereo-Video Camera Systems (SVCSs) are a promising tool to remotely measure body size of wild animals without the need for animal handling. Here, we assessed the accuracy of SVCSs for measuring straight carapace length (SCL) of sea turtles. To achieve this, we hand captured and measured 63 juvenile, sub-adult, and adult sea turtles across three species, greens, Chelonia mydas (n = 52), loggerheads, Caretta caretta (n = 8), and Kemp’s ridley, Lepidochelys kempii (n =...

The Conceptualization of Sisterhood Within the Collegiate Sorority: an Exploration

Sarah Cohen, Gentry McCreary & Joshua Shutts

Modeling a Values-Based-Congruence Framework to Predict Organization Constructs in Fraternties and Sororities

Joshua Schutts & Kyna Shelley

Analysis of airline boarding changes in response to COVID-19

Ashok Srinivasan, Tasvirul Islam, Mehran Sadeghi Lahijani & Sirish Namilae
Airlines have introduced a back-to-front boarding process in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We performed pedestrian dynamics simulation using the Constrained Linear Movement (CALM) model to simulate people boarding a 144-seat Airbus 320 airplane using different boarding procedures, including back to front. This data set contains input files, code, and output files from the simulations containing the trajectories of passengers for a parameter sweep consisting of thousands of simulations. It also contains code to perform...

Is sexual conflict a driver of speciation? a case study with a tribe of brush-footed butterflies

Ana Paula Dos Santos De Carvalho, Ryan St Laurent, Emmanuel Toussaint, Caroline Storer, Kelly Dexter, Kwaku Aduse-Poku & Akito Kawahara
Understanding the evolutionary mechanisms governing the uneven distribution of species richness across the tree of life is a great challenge in biology. Scientists have long argued that sexual conflict is a key driver of speciation. This hypothesis, however, has been highly debated in light of empirical evidence. Recent advances in the study of macroevolution make it possible to test this hypothesis with more data and increased accuracy. In the present study, we use phylogenomics combined...

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