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My Electronic Lab Notebook

Eric Olson & Hanne Vlietinck
An ELN for my lab

Weighing Accentedness in Foreign Accented Speech

Zhiyan Gao
The current study aims to help language teachers set priorities for their instruction by identifying the segmental and structural aspects of pronunciation that are most foreign-accented to native speakers of American English. The current study employed a perception experiment. 100 speech samples selected from the Speech Accent Archive (Weinberger 2016) were presented to 110 native American English listeners who listened to and rated the foreign accentedness of each sample on a 9-point rating scale. 20...

CaRCC Presentation - OSF Integrations

Eric Olson
Enabling interoperability throughout the research lifecycle often aligns with or is a key component of the missions of open source tool providers. Even before the introduction of the FAIR framework, open source tools and infrastructure have emphasized opportunities to connect the systems and workflows that researchers rely on so that research communication can be faster, more efficient, and more secure. OSF, like many of our friends in the open science infrastructure space, is strengthened both...

Lightning Talk Session I

Peter Andre, Alfonso Pérez-Escudero, Alexander Herwix, Meng Liu, Ruben Lopez-Nicolas, Alejandra Manco Vega & James Smith

Example Project

Eric Olson

COS Training 2.0 Presentation

Eric Olson, April Clyburne-Sherin, Nicole Pfeiffer & Huajin Wang
COS training resources are getting an update

Eric Olson

Eric Olson, Ivo Grigorov, Daniel Hill, Karola Woods, Lauren Traczykowski, Isobel Stone, Luke Southan, James Otter, David Reece, Stephan Luettjohann, Pete Hotten, Jennifer Ferguson, Gabor Bordos, Yuanli Liu, Udit Pant, Syed Iqrar, Shiwani Shiwani, Selim Tanrıverdi, Natalia Andrade, Mehrdad Choobbari, Martim Costa, Luca Maurizi, Julia Boeke, Clementina Vitali, Ali Can … & Jordi Valls-Conesa
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Eric Olson

sj-docx-1-heb-10.1177_10901981221148965 – Supplemental material for Framing Effects in Youth E-Cigarette Use Prevention: Individual Text Messages Versus Simulated Text Exchanges

Xiaoquan Zhao, Xiaomei Cai & Andrea Malterud
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-heb-10.1177_10901981221148965 for Framing Effects in Youth E-Cigarette Use Prevention: Individual Text Messages Versus Simulated Text Exchanges by Xiaoquan Zhao, Xiaomei Cai and Andrea Malterud in Health Education & Behavior

Daniel's Component

Daniel Steger

Motivated Beliefs and Future Desired Efforts

Kun Qian & Daniel Houser
One of the key questions in the motivated beliefs is what motivates people's beliefs and how the beliefs updating patterns are influenced. We investigate the role of future desired efforts in motivated beliefs and self-serving bias. We examine the relationship between future desired efforts and motivated beliefs by exogenously controlling the situations of the second section of the memorizing task. Our study explores how beliefs are formed and maintained under the motivation-based theory.

Additional file 1 of Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy and psoriasis comorbidity with significantly alleviated in symptoms after secukinumab: case report

Yan Jin, Hong Chu, Hongjuan Dong, Hongyang Wang, Qingping Wang, Xiaoquan Zhao, Dongdong Qin, Zuneng Lu & Chao Weng
Additional file 1: Flowchart 1. Diagram of the hypothesis of pathogenesis Unknown antigens or environmental factors can trigger the activation of innate immune cells. These activated immune cells can produce a large number of inflammatory factors, such as interleukin (IL)-23 and TNF -α, which can induce the differentiation of primitive T cells into Th17 cells, and the activated Th17 cells then can overproduce IL-17 and IL-22, etc., promoting the proliferation of keratinocytes and recruiting pro-inflammatory...

ArcWaT: a model-based cell-by-cell GIS toolbox for estimating wave transformation during storm surge events

Felício Cassalho, André de S. de Lima, Tyler W. Miesse, Arslaan Khalid, Daniel J. Coleman & Celso M. Ferreira
Quantifying the spatially varying nearshore wave characteristics and energy dissipation mechanisms is of utmost importance for several coastal management and engineering applications as well as for flood hazard assessment. This study presents the ArcGIS Wave Transformation toolbox (ArcWaT), a model-based GIS toolbox for estimating wave transformation from wave magnitude and direction model outputs. In order to assess the ArcWaT capabilities, a case study was developed using ADCIRC + SWAN model outputs from a highly-resolved numerical...

Moral Justifications to Foster Human-Machine Trust

Bertram F Malle, Elizabeth Phillips & Boyoung Kim
AFOSR 2021-2024 Study 3 (DNR replication, Toxic leak scenario added, mens rea Justifications formulated in belief and desire, Trust 1 measure added before “should recommendation,” Trust 2 measure added after “agent decision” and Trust 3 measure added after agent justification, 2 variants of Explanation and two variants of Justification also used. Human comparison conditions added to both dilemmas. A measure of mind perception added at the end of the study.

Moral Justifications to Foster Human-Machine Trust

Elizabeth Phillips, Bertram F Malle & Boyoung Kim
AFOSR 2021-2024 Study 3.1 Re-run of DRN, Human, Not Resuscitate, Justification, Desire and Belief Cells

OSF Institutions

Eric Olson, Nicole Pfeiffer, Daniel Steger, Gretchen Gueguen & Nadja Oertelt
Collaborative space with resources and information for existing and potential members of the OSF Institutions community. Public components include an overview of the OSF Institutions product and community and information for new members. Areas will be added in the coming months to include resources to help members provide support, training, outreach, and marketing for OSF at their home institution as well as collaborative spaces for sharing resources and ideas. https://osf.io/ba3dy/

Regulatory Science Education: The Need for Generalization

Alan Moghissi, Richard A. Calderone, Jean Pierre Auffret, Lisa Jaeger, Janice Longstreth, Dennis K. McBride, Tomoko Steen, David Harrison, Destini M. Garrison, Natalie M. McDaniel, Henry Debrah, Larissa J. Gloutak, Douglas G. Shumway, Deniek Turner, Griffin W. E. Woolley & Kerra F. Washington

Climate Matters in the Newsroom: A 2020 Census Survey of Society of Environmental Journalists Members

Edward W. Maibach, William A. Yagatich, Amanda C. Borth, Eryn Campbell, Shaelyn M. Patzer, Kristin Timm, Richard T. Craig &

Valuing Cooperation and Constructive Controversy: A Tribute to David W. Johnson

Dean Tjosvold, Daniel Druckman, Roger Johnson, Karl Smith & Cary Roseth

Funder Mandates and Trends in Open Science

Eric Olson, Nicole Pfeiffer & David Mellor
Research funders are requiring or strongly encouraging open and reproducible methods at increased rates, leading researchers to rely on more data management tools while institutions continue to provide services to support them. Research support staff adapt quickly to guide their stakeholders and provide resources, while administrators must find methods to determine adoption and success across the community. In this webinar, COS Director of Policy David Mellor will share an update on funder expectations like preregistration,...

Theory to Practice: Reflections on a Consulting Life

Daniel Druckman


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How Do You Pay? The Role of Incentives at the Point-of-Sale

Carlos Arango, Kim Huynh & Leonard Sabetti
This paper uses discrete-choice models to quantify the role of consumer socioeconomic characteristics, payment instrument attributes, and transaction features on the probability of using cash, debit card, or credit card at the point-of-sale. We use the Bank of Canada 2009 Method of Payment Survey, a two-part survey among adult Canadians containing a detailed questionnaire and a three-day shopping diary. We find that cash is still used intensively at low value transactions due to speed, merchant...

The Impact of Retail Payment Innovations on Cash Usage

Ben S. C. Fung, Kim Huynh & Leonard Sabetti
Many predict that innovations in retail payment may render cash obsolete. We investigate this possibility in the context of recent payment innovations such as contactless-credit and stored-value cards. We apply causal inference methods on the 2009 Bank of Canada Method of Payment survey, a representative sample of adult Canadians’ shopping behaviour for retail consumption over a three-day period. We find that using contactless credit cards and stored-value cards lead to a reduction in average cash...

Literature Review

Olivia Miske, Zachary Loomas, Nicole Pfeiffer & Eric Olson

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