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‘Forgotten and forgiven’? Calvinism and French Society
This article identifies and addresses a curious and persisting omission in the sociological literature on Calvinism, as specifically expounded in sociological journals.
Estimating the Economic Impact of Universities: The Case of Bowling Green State University
This article describes the results of an economic impact study of Bowling Green State University, Ohio.
Importing Change: Canadian Competition and the U.S. Floriculture Industry
This article analyzes the shifting geography of production with respect to the U.S. floriculture industry.
Health Information on the Web and Consumers’ Perspectives on Health Professionals’ Responses to Information Exchange
This article provides preliminary information on users' perceptions of the extent to which use of the Internet for health information impacts medical encounters.
Bringing User-Centered Design to the Field of Language Archives
This article describes findings from a workshop that initiated a dialogue between the fields of user-centered design (UCD) and language archives.
Picture Interpretation Test (PIT) 360°: An Innovative Measure of Executive Functions
This article evaluates a 360° version of an ecologically valid assessment called the Picture Interpretation Test (PIT).
Editorial: Applications of Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) in Geosciences
This article contains an editorial on applications of Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) in Geosciences.
Short-chain fatty acid receptors inhibit invasive phenotypes in breast cancer cells
This article evaluates the effects of enforced overexpression of two known G protein-coupled receptors in two phenotypically distinct breast cancer cell lines.
Almost Holomorphic Poincaré Series Corresponding to Products of Harmonic Siegel–Maass Forms
This article investigates Poincaré series, particularly the study of Siegel–Poincaré series of degree 2 attached to products of terms of Fourier series of harmonic Siegel–Maass forms and holomorphic Siegel modular forms
Primera década de investigación y educación en la Reserva de la Biosfera Cabo de Hornos: el enfoque biocultural del Parque Etnobotánico Omora
This article discusses the historical context motivating the creation of the future Cape Horn Sub-Antarctic Center in 2017.
Brain Inflammation, Blood Brain Barrier dysfunction and Neuronal Synaptophysin Decrease after Inhalation Exposure to Titanium Dioxide Nano-aerosol in Aging Rats
This article focuses on the consequences of TiO₂ distribution on the central nervous system and particularly on the blood-brain barrier functions.
Education and Employment Outcomes from the RSA Data File for Transition-Age African American, White, and Hispanic Youth with Learning Disabilities
This article examines relationships among consumer demographic variables, services, and employment outcomes for 15-18 year old youth with learning disabilities using the 2012 Rehabilitation Services Administration database.
Understanding Yik Yak: Location-based sociability and the communication of place
This article reports on six months of ethnographic work and interviews performed with 18 Yik Yak users to discuss the spatial and social impacts of locative media.
Is there a monadic authoritarian peace: Authoritarian regimes, democratic transition types and the first use of violent force
This article examines conflict proneness of authoritarian states and tests whether the monadic democratic peace argument can be extended to explain the conflict behavior of authoritarian states.
ELL Teachers' attitudes of Google Earth for inquiry-based instruction on ELL students' language development in a rural New England state
This article contains an investigation of factors predicting the intentions of English Language Learner (ELL) teachers to use Google Earth for language development instruction.
The positions of λₘₐₓ for some trimethylsilyl-substituted silylenes
This article describes how low-temperature photolysis of tris(trimethylsilyl)silane derivatives in a 3-methylpentane glass at 77 K yields hexamethyldisilane and trimethylsilyl-substituted silylenes.
A Method for Analyzing Exponential Decays
This article presents the non-linear least-squares routine KPS1 for the analysis of data from counting experiments which follow single exponential decays.
Experimental and theoretical studies of the reactions of ground-state sulfur atoms with hydrogen and deuterium
This article studies the gas-phase kinetics of S(³P) atoms with H₂ and D₂ via the laser flash photolysis--resonance fluorescence technique.
What's Wrong with Me?: An Autoethnographic Investigation of the Co-Cultural Communicative Practices of Living with Tourette Syndrome During Adolesence
This article uses an autoethnographic methodology to explore a diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome.
Rooting the Study of Communication Activism in an Attempted Book Ban
This article discusses how strong, sustained university-community partnerships can mitigate criticism and skepticism when scholars and their students delve into political and contested questions.
Centering Information Literacy (as) Skills and Civic Engagement in the Basic Communication Course: An Integrated Course Library Collaboration
This article describes a course-library partnership to integrate information literacy instruction with a basic communication course.
Health Behavior and Behavioral Economics: Economic Preferences and Physical Activity Stages of Change in a Low-Income African American Community
This article examines the relationship between physical activity stages of change and preferences for financial risk and time.
Change in Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Weight Gain: Dallas Heart Study
This article examines the longitudinal relationship between moving to more socioeconomically deprived neighborhoods and weight gain as a cardiovascular risk factor.
Altered embryonic development in northern bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus) induced by pre-incubation oscillatory thermal stresses mimicking global warming predictions
This article describes the exposure of freshly laid bobwhite quail eggs to one of five thermal regimes during a 12 day pre-incubation period.
Critical developmental windows for morphology and hematology revealed by intermittent and continuous hypoxic incubation in embryos of quail (Coturnix coturnix)
This article describes the exposure of quail embryos in the intact egg to hypoxia during "early" or "late" incubation for their entire 16-18 day incubation to determine critical windows for viability and growth.
Pathways to Financial Advancement: A Case Study
This article describes a research project conducted in a South Dallas neighborhood to study how gateways and stepping stones can put households on a path to financial security.
Systematic Neighborhood Observations at High Spatial Resolution: Methodology and Assessment of Potential Benefits
This article describes a systematic neighborhood observation instrument for collecting data at very high spatial resolution to collect data in a low-income minority neighborhood in Dallas, TX.
Physicians, Clinics, and Neighborhoods: Multiple Levels of Influence on Colorectal Cancer Screening
This article describes variability in colorectal cancer (CRC) test use and compares the performance of novel cross-classified and traditional hierarchical models.
Sedentary Behaviors and Obesity in a Low-Income, Ethnic-Minority Population
This article examines sedentary pastimes specifically in low-income, minority communities in the United States.
Neighborhood-Level Socioeconomic Deprivation Predicts Weight Gain in a Multi-Ethnic Population: Longitudinal Data from the Dallas Heart Study
This article examines the relationship between neighborhood-level socioeconomic deprivation and weight change in a multi-ethnic cohort from Dallas County, Texas, and whether behavioral/psychosocial factors attenuate the relationship.
Impediments and facilitators to Physical Activity and Perceptions of Sedentary Behavior Among Urban Community Residents: The Fair Park Study
This article describes a preliminary investigation into urban adults' perceptions of sedentary behavior alongside perceived barriers and enablers to physical activity.
Geospatial and Contextual Approaches to Energy Balance and Health
This article examines associations between geographic and contextual features of the environment and elements of human energy balance, with a particular focus on research and opportunities in the United States.
Environmental vibrios represent a source of antagonistic compounds that inhibit pathogenic Vibrio cholerae and Vibrio parahaemolyticus strains
This article predicts that marine-derived bacteria should inhibit Vibrio pathogens and may be a source of unique antibiotic compounds.
Extensive shared polymorphism at non-MHC immune genes in recently diverged North American prairie grouse
This article investigates the patterns of shared polymorphism and selection at non-MHC immune genes in five grouse species from Centrocercus and Tympanuchus genera.
Oral spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with reduced incidence of post-prandial dietary endotoxin, triglycerides, and disease risk biomarkers
This article contains a study to determine if 30-d of oral spore-based probiotic supplementation could reduce dietary endotoxemia.
Descriptors for Pentane-2,4-dione and Its Derivatives
This article uses equations for partition coefficients of compounds from water and the gas phase to various solvents to obtain descriptors for pentane-2,4-dione and 21 of its derivatives.
Combined effects of ZnO particle deposition and heat treatment on dimensional stability and mechanical properties of poplar wood
This article proposes a one-step wood modification method by combining the deposition of ZnO particles on wood surface and heat treatment.
Reconsidering the Phases of Disaster
This article suggests ways the field can recast the use of disaster phases to improve the theoretical and applied dimensions of the field.
Defining Neighborhood Boundaries in Studies of Spatial Dependence in Child Behavior Problems
This article extends an analysis of neighborhood effects on child behavioral outcomes.
TV Viewing and BMI by Race/Ethnicity and Socio-Economic Status
This article assesses the association between TV viewing and obesity by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status.
Who is Food Insecure? Implications for Targeted Recruitment and Outreach, National health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005-2010
This article characterizes differences in health among people receiving different types of food assistance and summarizes strategies for targeted recruitment and outreach of various food insecure populations.
Multiple Comorbidities and Interest in Research Participation Among Clients of a Nonprofit Food Distribution Site
This article seeks to better understand the health needs of a nonclinical population to inform future research and interventions.
Detecting Stems in Dense and Homogeneous Forest Using Single-Scan TLS
This article presents a new method to automatically detect stems in dense and homogeneous forest using single-scan terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) data.
Comparative Trace Elemental Analysis in Cancerous and Noncancerous Human Tissues Using PIXE
This article reviews comparative trace elemental concentrations of cancerous and noncancerous tissues using PIXE.
Toward a More Rational Design of the Direct Synthesis of Aniline: A Density Functional Theory Study
This article uses plane-wave density functional theory calculations to investigate the direct amination of benzene catalyzed by a Ni(111) surface to explore the reaction intermediates and to understand the role of nickel in this reaction.
A Low-Cost GPS-Based Protocol to Create High-Resolution Digital Elevation Models for Remote Mountain Areas
This article describes the use of a low-cost GPS-based protocol to construct a high-resolution digital elevation model for a rugged, remote mountain site in the northern Peruvian Andes.
An updated understanding of Texas bumble bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) species presence and potential distributions in Texas, USA
This article aims to update existing Texas bumble bee presence databases, model statewide species distributions, and identify conservation target areas.
Representing Global Reactive Potential Energy Surfaces Using Gaussian Processes
This article presents a detailed study on constructing potential energy surfaces using a machine learning method, namely, Gaussian process regression.
Metabolic rate and hypoxia tolerance are affected by group interactions and sex in the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster): new data and a literature survey
This article characterizes the effects of fly density and sex on both mass-specific routine oxygen consumption and hypoxia tolerance.
Method and Apparatus For Improving Computer Cache Performance and for Protecting Memory Systems Against Some Side Channel Attacks
Patent relating to a method and apparatus both for improving execution performance and for protecting memory system against some side channel attacks.