12 Works

Storytelling in Sustainability Communication

Anna Sundermann, Hanna Selm & Daniel Fischer
Project Background The project “Storytelling in Sustainability Communication ” aims to make use of the approach of storytelling in a systematic and evidence-based way in order to tackle challenges in sustainability communication with young people and to contribute to a more effective processing of sustainability topics in journalism as well as in science and corporate communication. Although the storytelling approach is awarded high potential, so far there are only a few projects in the area...

Neural Correlates Underlying the Effect of Reward Value on Recognition Memory

& Blake Elliott

Presentations Given by COS

Timothy Errington, Brian Geiger, Brian Nosek, Longze Chen, Fitz Elliott, David Mellor, David Litherland, Yuhuai Liu, Zachary Loomas, Krystal Hahn, Olivia Miske, Briana Wade, Huajin Wang, Alexis Rice, Nicole Pfeiffer, Lisa Shaw, Andrew Tyner, Whitney Wissinger, Lesley Markham, Fielding Grasty, Olivia Lowrey, Marcy Reedy, Mark Call, Jonathan Walz, Futa Ikeda … & Abram Booth
A collection of slides for virtually all presentations given by Center for Open Science staff since its founding in 2013.

2019 Workshop \"Replicability and Reproducibility in Geospatial Research\" at SPARC

Daniel Nüst, Peter Kedron, Amy Frazier, Yingjie Hu, Vaclav Petras, Nathan Piekielek, Alexandre Sorokine, Jason Tullis, Dawn Wright, Vanessa DA SILVA BRUM BASTOS, Ling Bian, Kevin Butler, Dylan Connor, Alexander Fotheringham, Mark Gahegan, Song Gao, Michael Goodchild, Bandana Kar, Wenwen Li, Alan Murray, Soe Myint, Trisalyn Nelson, Daniel Sui, Daoqin Tong, Matthew Toro … & Shaowen Wang
Papers, video recordings and material from workshop held at the Spatial Analysis Research Center (SPARC), Arizona State University, on February 11 and 12, 2019, see workshop website at https://sgsup.asu.edu/sparc/RRWorkshop

Marginal Mediation Analysis: A Practical Statistical Framework for Interpretable Mediation Effects: Code, Data, and Output

Tyson Barrett, Ginger Lockhart & Rick Cruz
The data, code, and output for the "Marginal Mediation: A Practical Statistical Framework for Interpretable Mediated Effects" article.

Measuring Attention Control Abilities with a Gaze-Following Antisaccade Paradigm

Jade Yonehiro & Nicholas Duran
Social gaze-following consists of both reflexive and volitional control mechanisms of saccades, similar to those evaluated in the antisaccade task. This similarity makes gaze-following an ideal medium for studying attention in a social context. The present study seeks to utilize reflexive gaze-following to develop a social paradigm for measuring attention control. We evaluate two social versions of the antisaccade task. In version 1, participants are cued with still images of a social partner looking either...

Hydrodynamic Brownian motion and nanoscale transport efficiency in liquids (APS March Meeting 2019 presentation slides)

Sean Seyler
These are the slides for the contributed talk entitled "Hydrodynamic Brownian motion and nanoscale transport efficiency in liquids," which was presented at the 2019 APS March Meeting. The original presentation, which was built with Keynote 8.3, includes a number of animations (mp4 and gif formats) that can be found in the included .zip archive. (Note: for OSX/Keynote users, the .zip extension can be manually changed to .key and the presentation viewed directly in Keynote). For...

Topological Smoothing for Retinotopic Mapping

Yanshuai Tu, Duyan Ta, yalin wang, Zhong-Lin Lu & Zhong-Lin Lu
Topological Smoothing for Retinotopic Mapping

Scaling Research Services for the New American University Library: Transdisciplinary integration for STEM Schools

Matthew Harp & John Kromer
Presentation on library organizational change for the 22nd Atmospheric Science Librarians International Conference

A Case Study in Collaborative Open Research Training

Matthew Harp
Presentation slides on the ASU Library's interorganizational collaborative work to support research data management at Arizona State University.

Storytelling in Sustainability Communication

Anna Sundermann, Hanna Selm & Daniel Fischer
Project Background The project “Storytelling in Sustainability Communication ” aims to make use of the approach of storytelling in a systematic and evidence-based way in order to tackle challenges in sustainability communication with young people and to contribute to a more effective processing of sustainability topics in journalism as well as in science and corporate communication. Although the storytelling approach is awarded high potential, so far there are only a few projects in the area...

Registration Year

  • 2019
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Resource Types

  • Text
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Affiliations

  • Arizona State University
    12
  • University of Virginia
    1
  • Macquarie University
    1
  • Center For Open Science
    1
  • Carnegie Mellon University
    1