33 Works

Architects as Memory Actors: Ruins, Reconstructions, and Memorials in Belgrade

Gruia Bădescu
This article examines the reshaping of Belgrade’s memorial landscape after the Second World War and after the 1999 NATO bombings, with a focus on the role of architects. As such, the paper shifts the scale of memory debates in two ways: first, from the national to the urban; second, from ‘classical’ memory entrepreneurs of the political realm to city makers, usually perceived as ‘technical’ actors, but, as the paper argues, in fact relevant memory actors...

Additional file 1 of Using skin temperature and activity profiles to assign chronotype in birds

Aurelia F. T. Strauß, Dominic J. McCafferty, Andreas Nord, Marina Lehmann & Barbara Helm
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Exemplary picture from a temperature-sensitive radio transmitter attached to a wild Great Tit in the field. Photo by Aurelia F. T. Strauß. Figure S2. Skin temperature (10-min binned and unfiltered) against date and time for 18 Great Tits (female (F) and male (M)) kept in outdoor aviaries during winter. Colour indicates if days are rhythmic (black) or arrhythmic (red) according to the 3-day sliding window filtering. Two individuals were additionally...

Additional file 4 of Novel trends of genome evolution in highly complex tropical sponge microbiomes

Joseph B. Kelly, David E. Carlson, Jun Siong Low & Robert W. Thacker
Additional file 4: Fig. S4. CSGs plotted annotated on bacterial phylogeny comprising sponge-derived (Ircinia and non-Ircinia) and Tara Oceans MAGs, following tree construction and plotting scheme as outlined for Fig. 3.

The Shutdown Dissociation Scale (Shut-D)

Inga Schalinski, Maggie Schauer & Thomas Elbert
The evolutionary model of the defense cascade by Schauer and Elbert (2010) provides a theoretical frame for a short interview to assess problems underlying and leading to the dissociative subtype of posttraumatic stress disorder. Based on known characteristics of the defense stages “fright,” “flag,” and “faint,” we designed a structured interview to assess the vulnerability for the respective types of dissociation. Most of the scales that assess dissociative phenomena are designed as self-report questionnaires. Their...

Predictors of posttraumatic stress and appetitive aggression in active soldiers and former combatants

Corina Nandi, Anselm Crombach, Manassé Bambonye, Thomas Elbert & Roland Weierstall
During the period between 1993 and 2005, the people of Burundi were trapped within a violent civil war. In post-conflict regions, symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) were found to be widespread. At the same time, combatants often reported having perceived committing violence as exciting and appealing, an experience referred to as appetitive aggression. Both of these phenomena hamper the building of a functional and peaceful society. This study aims to investigate the factors that...

Supplemental information - Estimating fine-scale changes in turbulence using the movements of a flapping flier

Emmanouil Lempidakis, Andrew N. Ross, Michael Quetting, Baptiste Garde, Martin Wikelski & Emily L. C. Shepard
This includes supplementary figures and tables cited in the main manuscript, and the description of the procedure followed for estimating convective and shear velocities

Additional file 1 of The effectiveness of skilled breathing and relaxation techniques during antenatal education on maternal and neonatal outcomes: a systematic review

Vanessa Leutenegger, Susanne Grylka-Baeschlin, Frank Wieber, Deirdre Daly & Jessica Pehlke-Milde
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Additional file 2 of The effectiveness of skilled breathing and relaxation techniques during antenatal education on maternal and neonatal outcomes: a systematic review

Vanessa Leutenegger, Susanne Grylka-Baeschlin, Frank Wieber, Deirdre Daly & Jessica Pehlke-Milde
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Additional file 1 of Novel trends of genome evolution in highly complex tropical sponge microbiomes

Joseph B. Kelly, David E. Carlson, Jun Siong Low & Robert W. Thacker
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Phylogenetic depiction of MAG distributions across Caribbean Ircinia species and redundancy in primary metabolic modes. The heatmap immediately to the right of the tree indicates the ln-transformed relative abundances of each MAG by host specimen. Species abbreviations accompanying specimen labels at the bottom of the heatmap are as follows: ICam (I. campana), IcfR (I. cf. reteplana), IRad (I. radix), ILae (I. laeviconulosa), IBoc (I. bocatorensis B), ILow (I. lowi), IVan...

Additional file 5 of Novel trends of genome evolution in highly complex tropical sponge microbiomes

Joseph B. Kelly, David E. Carlson, Jun Siong Low & Robert W. Thacker
Additional file 5: Fig. S5. Midpoint-rooted phylogenetic trees for three genes found in CSGs, inferred in MrBayes. Nodes with less than 50% posterior probabilities are collapsed.

Ignacio Manuel Altamirano y los trenes: literatura y progreso en El Renacimiento (1869)

Anne Kraume
pp. 64-76 El Renacimiento, a magazine founded by Ignacio Manuel Altamirano together with Gonzalo A. Esteva at the beginning of 1869, has as its objective, according to the explicit will of its founder, to promote the progress of Literature in Mexico after the interruption caused by the Reform War and the French Intervention in the middle of the 19th century. For this reason, throughout the year, this magazine published articles on subjects as diverse as...

Additional file 2 of Novel trends of genome evolution in highly complex tropical sponge microbiomes

Joseph B. Kelly, David E. Carlson, Jun Siong Low & Robert W. Thacker
Additional file 2: Fig. S2. Plots depicting prevalence of MAGs associated with Caribbean Ircinia by source and region, inferred using the relative abundance matrix produced by CoverM. A. Bar chart depicting the percent of MAGs that are found across multiple host species. B. Bar chart depicting the regional specificity of MAGs. C. PCA of taxonomic community compositions of each host species’ microbiome.

Efficient identification of mental health problems in refugees in Germany: the Refugee Health Screener

Elisa Kaltenbach, Eva Härdtner, Katharin Hermenau, Maggie Schauer & Thomas Elbert
Background: A substantial number of refugees present with mental disorders. This appears particularly acute in the currently increasing refugee populations in Europe. Although EU guidelines demand the identification and support of vulnerable individuals such as survivors of trauma, no adequately validated and comprehensive mental health screening instruments for refugees residing in Europe currently exist. Objective: We studied the feasibility, validity, and reliability of the Refugee Health Screener-15 (RHS-15) – a time-efficient and easy-to-implement screening developed...

Additional file 1 of The effectiveness of skilled breathing and relaxation techniques during antenatal education on maternal and neonatal outcomes: a systematic review

Vanessa Leutenegger, Susanne Grylka-Baeschlin, Frank Wieber, Deirdre Daly & Jessica Pehlke-Milde
Additional file 1.

Supplemental information - Estimating fine-scale changes in turbulence using the movements of a flapping flier

Emmanouil Lempidakis, Andrew N. Ross, Michael Quetting, Baptiste Garde, Martin Wikelski & Emily L. C. Shepard
This includes supplementary figures and tables cited in the main manuscript, and the description of the procedure followed for estimating convective and shear velocities

2.2.6. Motivationspsychologie

Wanja Wolff, Kim-Marie Stadler, Mirko Wegner & Julia Schüler
Kapitel des Online Lehrbuch der Medizinischen Psychologie und Medizinischen Soziologie

Table S1;Figure S1 from Excess labile carbon promotes diazotroph abundance in heat-stressed octocorals

Nan Xiang, Achim Meyer, Claudia Pogoreutz, Nils Rädecker, Christian R. Voolstra, Christian Wild & Astrid Gärdes
The nifH gene primers previously used to amplify diazotroph in coral holobionts, and the results of PCR amplification in the soft coral X. umbellata and the gorgonian P. flava. ;Diagram showing binding positions of selected primers to amplify the nifH gene. The positions for nifH primers are correlated with the nifH sequence from a diazotrophic strain Azotobacter vinelandii DJ (GenBank: CP001157.1).

Efficient identification of mental health problems in refugees in Germany: the Refugee Health Screener

Elisa Kaltenbach, Eva Härdtner, Katharin Hermenau, Maggie Schauer & Thomas Elbert
Background: A substantial number of refugees present with mental disorders. This appears particularly acute in the currently increasing refugee populations in Europe. Although EU guidelines demand the identification and support of vulnerable individuals such as survivors of trauma, no adequately validated and comprehensive mental health screening instruments for refugees residing in Europe currently exist. Objective: We studied the feasibility, validity, and reliability of the Refugee Health Screener-15 (RHS-15) – a time-efficient and easy-to-implement screening developed...

The Shutdown Dissociation Scale (Shut-D)

Inga Schalinski, Maggie Schauer & Thomas Elbert
The evolutionary model of the defense cascade by Schauer and Elbert (2010) provides a theoretical frame for a short interview to assess problems underlying and leading to the dissociative subtype of posttraumatic stress disorder. Based on known characteristics of the defense stages “fright,” “flag,” and “faint,” we designed a structured interview to assess the vulnerability for the respective types of dissociation. Most of the scales that assess dissociative phenomena are designed as self-report questionnaires. Their...

Additional file 1 of Novel trends of genome evolution in highly complex tropical sponge microbiomes

Joseph B. Kelly, David E. Carlson, Jun Siong Low & Robert W. Thacker
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Phylogenetic depiction of MAG distributions across Caribbean Ircinia species and redundancy in primary metabolic modes. The heatmap immediately to the right of the tree indicates the ln-transformed relative abundances of each MAG by host specimen. Species abbreviations accompanying specimen labels at the bottom of the heatmap are as follows: ICam (I. campana), IcfR (I. cf. reteplana), IRad (I. radix), ILae (I. laeviconulosa), IBoc (I. bocatorensis B), ILow (I. lowi), IVan...

Additional file 2 of Novel trends of genome evolution in highly complex tropical sponge microbiomes

Joseph B. Kelly, David E. Carlson, Jun Siong Low & Robert W. Thacker
Additional file 2: Fig. S2. Plots depicting prevalence of MAGs associated with Caribbean Ircinia by source and region, inferred using the relative abundance matrix produced by CoverM. A. Bar chart depicting the percent of MAGs that are found across multiple host species. B. Bar chart depicting the regional specificity of MAGs. C. PCA of taxonomic community compositions of each host species’ microbiome.

Does cumulative exposure to traumatic stressors predict treatment outcome of community-implemented exposure-based therapy for PTSD?

Anna Schneider, Anett Pfeiffer, Daniela Conrad, Thomas Elbert, Iris-Tatjana Kolassa & Sarah Wilker
Background: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is associated with high levels of functional impairments such as difficulties in academic or occupational performance and in social relationships. With an increasing number of traumatic event types experienced (trauma load), PTSD risk increases in a dose-dependent manner. Accordingly, high rates of PTSD can impair the reconstruction process in post-conflict societies. In order to meet these high needs for mental health services in societies with little access to professional care,...

Does cumulative exposure to traumatic stressors predict treatment outcome of community-implemented exposure-based therapy for PTSD?

Anna Schneider, Anett Pfeiffer, Daniela Conrad, Thomas Elbert, Iris-Tatjana Kolassa & Sarah Wilker
Background: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is associated with high levels of functional impairments such as difficulties in academic or occupational performance and in social relationships. With an increasing number of traumatic event types experienced (trauma load), PTSD risk increases in a dose-dependent manner. Accordingly, high rates of PTSD can impair the reconstruction process in post-conflict societies. In order to meet these high needs for mental health services in societies with little access to professional care,...

Additional file 1 of Using skin temperature and activity profiles to assign chronotype in birds

Aurelia F. T. Strauß, Dominic J. McCafferty, Andreas Nord, Marina Lehmann & Barbara Helm
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Exemplary picture from a temperature-sensitive radio transmitter attached to a wild Great Tit in the field. Photo by Aurelia F. T. Strauß. Figure S2. Skin temperature (10-min binned and unfiltered) against date and time for 18 Great Tits (female (F) and male (M)) kept in outdoor aviaries during winter. Colour indicates if days are rhythmic (black) or arrhythmic (red) according to the 3-day sliding window filtering. Two individuals were additionally...

Additional file 1 of Willingness to pay for a group and an individual version of the Lifestyle-integrated Functional Exercise program from a participant perspective

Sophie Gottschalk, Hans-Helmut König, Michael Schwenk, Corinna Nerz, Clemens Becker, Jochen Klenk, Carl-Philipp Jansen & Judith Dams
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