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A Longitudinal Analysis of Cognitive Flexibility in Middle Childhood: Patterns of Change and Cross-group Differences

Zhuoer Yang, Maria Tsapali, Zewelanji Serpell, Teresa Parr & Michelle Ellefson
This study aims to investigate the pattern of change over time in cognitive flexibility in middle childhood. This study will identify different developmental trajectories of cognitive flexibility and examine possible predictors for the different trajectories. This study will conduct secondary data analyses. The pre-existing data will be derived from the project “Exploring the Malleability of Executive Control” run by the INSTRUCT research lab in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge. This initial...

Processing Fluency and Aggressive Decision-making

Samuel West & David Chester
Aggression is a costly and pervasive social phenomenon that comes in many forms. Contemporary theories of aggression point to the involvement of cognitive processes in aggressive behavior (Bushman & Anderson, 2002; Finkel & Hall, 2018). Empirical work testing the involvement of such processes in aggression has largely focused on the cognitive accessibility and the acquisition of scripts for aggression, leaving the role of other processes untested (e.g., Todorov & Bargh, 2002; Wilkowski & Robinson, 2010)....

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Hillary Miller

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Hope Wolf, Timothy York, Aaron Wolen, Bradley Webb & Jerome Strauss

Functional brain network organization during brief mindfulness instruction

Hadley Rahrig, David Chester, Kirk Brown & Liangsuo Ma
Mindfulness meditation, defined as the act of training one’s attention to present-moment experiences, has been used to effectively treat a wide range of psychological and physical conditions. To date few studies have investigated the impact of mindfulness meditation on neural circuitry during meditation practice itself. Consequently, it is unknown if mindfulness instruction noticeably affects neural processes observable during resting state. Standardized instructions in mindfulness guide the listener to attend to present-moment body sensations, note when...

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Jennifer Joy-Gaba, Russ Clay, Hayley Cleary & Johanna Cohoon

Comparing psychopathy measures: A study of p-curves

Emily Lasko & David Chester

Alcohol use disorder clinical features, psychiatric comorbidities, and divorce in a sample enriched for substance use disorder

Jessica E Salvatore, Nathaniel Thomas & Sally Kuo
The goal of this project is to examine the associations between AUD, AUD clinical features, and marital behaviors.

Alteration of long non-coding RNAs and mRNAs expression profiles by compound heterozygous ASXL3 mutations in the mouse brain

Songhui Zhang, Fang Fu, Li Zhen, Ru Li & Can Liao
Compound mutations in the additional sex combs-like 3 (ASXL3) gene greatly impact the expression of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) and messenger RNAs (mRNAs) in mouse myocardial tissues. Little is known about ASXL3 mutation effects on lncRNAs and mRNAs expression in the cerebrum and cerebellum. This study aims to clarify this point using quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction and Western blotting. Transcriptome analysis based on RNA-seq followed by bioinformatics analysis were used to compare lncRNA and...

Questionable Research Practices Among Researchers in the Most Research-Productive Management Programs

Sven Kepes, Sheila Keener, Michael McDaniel & Nathan Hartman
Online Supplements for Questionable Research Practices Among Researchers in the Most Research-Productive Management Programs

The Moderating Role of Present-centered Attention (\"Presence\") in the Association Between Mental Health Polygenic Scores and Mental Health Phenotypes in College Students

Sally Kuo, Morgan Driver, Danielle Dick & Kirk Brown
This project examines whether mental health polygenic scores are associated with present-centered attention ("presence") and whether presence moderates the association between mental health polygenic scores and mental health phenotypes (i.e., depressive symptoms, anxiety symptoms) in a sample of college students.

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Denise Zheng

Neuroticism and AUD

Sneha Gade, Shreya Patel, Robert Wilks & Amy Adkins
How does the level of neuroticism correlate to their likelihood of developing AUD symptoms?

Interventions for Alcohol (-related harm) Reduction Among Transgender and Non-binary People: A Scoping Review

Ana Montemayor & Dean Connolly
A scoping review aimed to map the existing literature about the existing alcohol-reduction interventions for transgender and non-binary people.

Additional file 2 of Dietary vitamin A intakes of chinese children with adequate liver stores as assessed by the retinol isotope dilution technique

Jing Zeng, Yanming Li, Yan Ren, Weiwei Gu, Zhaolin Li, Mei Yang & Bing Xiang
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Michelangelo Vianello, Richard Klein, Kate Ratliff, Brian Nosek, Ronaldo Pilati, Thierry Devos, Elisa Galliani, Mark Brandt, Anna van 't Veer, Abraham Rutchick, Kathleen Schmidt, Štěpán Bahník, Marek Vranka, Hans IJzerman, Fred Hasselman, Jennifer Joy-Gaba, Jesse Chandler, Leigh Ann Vaughn, Claudia Brumbaugh, Lyn van Swol, Aaron Wichman, Grant Packard, Beach Brooks, Zeynep Cemalcilar, Justin Storbeck … & David Furrow

Assessing the test-retest reliability, predictive validity, and incremental validity of the Comprehensive Assessment of Vengefulness.

Drew Parton, David Chester & Michael Crowe
Individuals differ in their predispositions toward seeking revenge—their vengefulness. Although the psychological antecedents and contextual factors that promote revenge have been widely studied, the structure of vengefulness has received less focus. The first phase of this project attempted to expand and clarify the taxonomy of vengefulness by using a hierarchical exploratory factor analysis on a battery of some of the most common vengefulness measures. The second phase used item response theory analysis to distill brief...

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Drew Parton

Cleaning code

Drew Parton

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Drew Parton, David Chester & Michael Crowe

RNA binding protein HuR protects against NAFLD by suppressing long noncoding RNA H19 expression

Yanyan Wang, Yun-Ling Tai, Grayson Way, Jing Zeng, Derrick Zhao, Lianyong Su, Xixian Jiang, Kaitlyn G. Jackson, Xuan Wang, Emily C. Gurley, Jinze Liu, Jinpeng Liu, Weidong Chen, Xiang-Yang Wang, Arun J. Sanyal, Phillip B. Hylemon & Huiping Zhou
Abstract Background NAFLD has become the most common chronic liver disease worldwide. Human antigen R (HuR), an RNA-binding protein, is an important post-transcriptional regulator. HuR has been reported as a key player in regulating lipid homeostasis in the liver and adipose tissues by using tissue-specific HuR knockout mice. However, the underlying mechanism by which hepatocyte-specific HuR regulates hepatic lipid metabolism under metabolic stress remains unclear and is the focus of this study. Methods Hepatocyte-specific HuR...

Supplemental Material - DNA Methylation Research in Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Population

Lathika Mohanraj, Dana M. Lapato, Amir Toor & Theresa Swift-Scanlan
Supplemental Material for DNA Methylation Research in Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Population by Lathika Mohanraj, Dana M. Lapato, Amir Toor and Theresa Swift-Scanlan in Biological Research For Nursing

Additional file 3 of Prediction of hepatocellular carcinoma prognosis and immunotherapeutic effects based on tryptophan metabolism-related genes

Chen Xue, Xinyu Gu, Yalei Zhao, Junjun Jia, Qiuxian Zheng, Yuanshuai Su, Zhengyi Bao, Juan Lu & Lanjuan Li
Additional file 3: Figure S3. Enrichment analysis of metabolic subtypes.

Additional file 3 of Prediction of hepatocellular carcinoma prognosis and immunotherapeutic effects based on tryptophan metabolism-related genes

Chen Xue, Xinyu Gu, Yalei Zhao, Junjun Jia, Qiuxian Zheng, Yuanshuai Su, Zhengyi Bao, Juan Lu & Lanjuan Li
Additional file 3: Figure S3. Enrichment analysis of metabolic subtypes.

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