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Staffing for Effective Digital Preservation 2017: An NDSA Report

Winston Atkins, Carol Kussmann, Katherine Kim & Aliya Reich
The 2017 Digital Preservation Staffing Survey provides a useful snapshot of the way digital preservation is accomplished in 2017 and how its practitioners feel about the effectiveness of their current organizational structures. It also builds on the 2012 survey and begins to establish data with which the digital preservation community can identify trends in staffing in the field.

State Council of Gifted Directors: Professional Development Materials

Matthew McBee, Matthew Makel, Scott Peters, Kiana Johnson & Tamra Stambaugh

Effect of Local Norms on Racial Representation in Gifted Education

Matthew Makel, Scott Peters, Karen Rambo-Hernandez, Michael Matthews & Jonathan Plucker
Registered Report

Loss Aversion and Skewed Financial Risk Taking across Adulthood

Kendra Seaman, Gregory Samanez-Larkin, Mikella Green & Stephen Shu
In a previous study, we found age differences in the tendency to accept more positively-skewed gambles (with a small chance of a large win) than other equivalent risks, or an age-related positive-skew bias. In the present study, we examined whether loss aversion explained this bias.

Best Practices for Google Analytics in Digital Libraries

Molly Bragg, Jody DeRidder, Rita Johnson, Ranti Junus, Martha Kyrillidou, Joyce Chapman & Eric Stedfeld
In December 2014, the DLF AIG Web Analytics working group set out to draft recommendations for using web analytics for assessment in digital libraries. The group decided to scope their efforts around a subset of the metrics in the widely adopted Google Analytics service. Library-centric examples were also gathered to support each recommended metric. The resulting white paper, "Best Practices for Google Analytics in Digital Libraries" is now available. The white paper is intended for...

Deep learning in undersampled photoacoustic microscopy

Anthony DiSpirito
This project utilizes the deep learning paradigm to upsample undersampled photoacoustic microscopy (PAM) data.

2017 Fixity Survey Report: An NDSA Report

Katherine Kim, Digital Alliance, Bethany Nowviskie, Wayne Graham, Becca Quon, Carol Kussmann, Winston Atkins, Aliya Reich, Matt Schultz & Lauren Work

Readiness to Disclose Pediatric HIV Status to Children

Amy Finnegan, Lisa Langhaug, Katie Schenk, Eve Puffer, Simbarashe Rusakaniko, Yujung Choi, Simbarashe Mahaso & Eric Green

Taking a Hard Look at Our Research Data Support Through A Critical Lens

Hilary Davis & Susan Ivey

Character Strengths and Self-Compassion among Young Adults

Jordan Booker & Joshua Perlin
This is a multi-site project addressing the ways multiple aspects of character (curiosity, grit, hope, gratitude, forgiveness) may robustly inform individual differences in self-compassion across college- and community recruited adults, focusing predominantly on young adults from ages 18-to-24 years

Traditional Healers and Mental Health in Nepal: A Scoping Review

Tony Pham, Brandon Kohrt, Bonnie Kaiser, Rishav Koirala, Nawaraj Upadhaya, Sujen Maharjan & Lauren Franz

BabbleCor: A Crosslinguistic Corpus of Babble Development in Five Languages

Meg Cychosz, Amanda Seidl, Elika Bergelson, Marisa Casillas, Gladys Baudet, Anne Warlaumont, Camila Scaff, Lisa Yankowitz & Alejandrina Cristia
BabbleCor is a largescale, cross-linguistic corpus of infant babbling. Each clip has a unique ID. Speaker data can be referenced in the accompanying metadata file.

Recency Effects in Causal Judgment

Paul Henne
People tend to judge more recent events, relative to earlier ones, as the cause of some particular outcome. For instance, people are more inclined to judge that the last basket, rather than the first, caused the team to win the basketball game. This recency effect, however, reverses in cases of overdetermination: people judge that earlier events, rather than more recent ones, caused the outcome when the event is individually sufficient but not individually necessary for...

Mongolia Project

C. Magle, Khishigbayar Jamiyansharav, Melinda Laituri & Mara Sedlins
Staging area for submitting the MOR2 database into CSU digital repository

Conceptualizing Curation: A framework to guide libraries through the research data curation lifecycle

Susan Ivey & Moira Downey
Presentation from the Triangle Research Libraries Network's 2018 Annual Meeting

The Library Copyright Institute 2019 Materials and Report

David Hansen, William Cross, Anne Gilliland, Patrick Roughen & Arnetta Girardeau
These are the materials supporting the 2019 Library Copyright Institute

Hidden Consensus on Criminal Justice Reform

Curtis Bram, Arvind Krishnamurthy & Charles Nathan
2.3 million individuals are currently in state, federal, and local prisons and jails (Prison Policy Initiative, 2020). A growing body of research suggests that this mass incarceration was driven by growing public punitiveness in the post-Civil-Rights era (Enns 2014; Enns 2016; Duxbury 2020). However, in recent years, public opinion seems to be shifting, with national polls showing increasing support for reducing prison populations. To reduce prison populations, politicians will need to act to change sentencing...

UFO Report Recontact Study

Curtis Bram
In this research I use a recontact survey before and then after the release of the government report on UFOs to test how bringing the prototypical conspiracy theory into the mainstream influences polarization, views of government, and conspiracy thinking. President Obama said that he "absolutely" would like to know what the UFOs are. He said that if they're proven to be aliens, "I would hope that the knowledge there were aliens out there would solidify...

Selective vs. Forced Exposure and Overestimation

Curtis Bram
In this research I build on a past project identifying a cognitive bias called focalism. The bias causes people to fail to consider that information they receive comes from non-random samples. What this means for politics is that people fail to realize that news sources focus on political conflict (Biden and Trump disagree on the border wall) but ignores political agreement (Biden and Trump agree on paid family and medical leave). Because people fail to...

Treasury Department Federal Credit Union: Financial Allotment project

Shanta Ricks, Zarak Khan, Mariel Beasley & mikalyn rush
The Center for Advanced Hindsight (CAH) is partnering with two agencies (Internal Revenue Services (IRS) and U.S. Mint)) within the U.S. Treasury department to encourage Treasury employees to engage in short-term savings via an employee financial allotment feature. This tool enables employees to automatically deposit a portion of their paycheck into a savings/checking account of their choice. The intervention will be a message-based test, delivered through email and flyers sent to employees by the participating...

Increasing savings behavior among a large employer

Shanta Ricks, Zarak Khan, Mariel Beasley & mikalyn rush
The Center for Advanced Hindsight (CAH) is partnering with two agencies (Department A and Department B) within a large employer to encourage employees to engage in short-term savings via an employee financial allotment feature. This tool enables employees to automatically deposit a portion of their paycheck into a savings/checking account of their choice. The intervention will be a message-based test, delivered through email and flyers sent to employees by the participating agencies. We will look...

Racial Identity Strength and Perceptions of Protest

Marayna Martinez
How does an individual’s racial identity strength affect their attitudes about political protest? During 2020, the United States saw a variety of demonstrations aimed to influence politicians and political institutions. The demographic make-up of and response to these demonstrations varied widely along racial lines. Much of this variance is explained by the political aims of the protest, but preference for and views of protest as a form of political participation may also play a role...

Foreign Aid and White Racial Attitudes - Vaccine Donation Experiment

Trent Ollerenshaw & Andrew Kenealy
As part of a larger project on the relationship between white Americans' racial attitudes and public opinion formation regarding issues of foreign affairs, we will explore how racial attitudes are related to white Americans' willingness to donate COVID-19 vaccines to poor countries based on recipient continent/region. This pre-registration only regards a single question-wording experiment which will be included on study primarily being conducted by Ashley E. Jardina, and does not include any information about other...

Can Experienced Cooperation Outweigh Partisan Animosity?

Hyeonseo Cho
This study attempts to explore a condition that might mitigate partisan polarization: how apolitical, non-identity involving cooperation can develop mutual trust and reciprocity, and to what extent partisan antipathy is outweighed by those attitudes. In this experiment, cooperative task will be given as a treatment with the expectation of such experience modifying partisan antipathy (hypothesis 1). Reduced antipathy will be measured in trust and expected reciprocity in the ensuing trust game, being compared with the...

MESSAGE RECEIVED? THE ROLE OF EMOTION, RACE, AND POLITICS IN SOCIAL MOVEMENT PERCEPTIONS AND SUPPORT

D. Nicholson & Lauren Valentino

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