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ID30544205Published Date2019-10-01JournalMedical mycology, 2019-10-01, Volume 57
Four Blastomyces antigens ERC-2 (B. gilchristii, dog, Wisconsin), B5929 (human, Minnesota), 597 (human, Wisconsin), and T-27 (polar bear, Tennessee) were tested against 31 serum specimens from dogs with blastomycosis and 19 from healthy dogs. All antigens detected antibody; efficacy varied. ERC-2 showed the highest ELISA mean absorbance value of 3.00 followed by T-27. Test performance varied by sample geographic origin. Further study is needed to determine if ERC-2 antigens may be clinically …
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ID31219188Published Date2019-06-20JournalJournal of applied behavior analysis, 2019-06-20
Children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder are often more selective in their food preferences than their typically developing peers. Additionally, many preferred food selections have minimal nutritional value. We evaluated the preference for, and reinforcing efficacy of, fruits and vegetables compared with salty and sweet foods, which are often used as edible reinforcers. Multiple-stimulus preference assessments were conducted to identify preferred foods, and reinforcer assessments were…
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ID30525181Published Date2019-05-01JournalJournal of applied behavior analysis, 2019-05-01, Volume 52
Behavior analysts typically teach conditional discriminations in a mixed-trial format but may switch to a blocked-trial format for learners displaying limited acquisition. No known research has shown that mixed-trial methods are more effective or efficient than blocked-trial methods for teaching discriminations, so it is not clear why this format has been adopted as the "first-line" intervention. We compared blocked and mixed-trial formats for teaching novel auditory-visual discriminations to…
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ID30908428Published Date2019-05-01JournalJournal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics : JDBP, 2019-05-01, Volume 40
Although there is agreement that childhood disability is both a risk and result of maltreatment, the extent of disability in the child welfare system remains unclear. Our objective is to determine the prevalence and severity of child impairment in a national sample of child abuse and neglect investigations in the United States.We used data from the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being II, a study of 2644 children older than 3 years who were subjects of child abuse and neglect in…
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ID30946634Published Date2019-04-04JournalViolence against women, 2019-04-04
Scholars have long investigated how perceptions of the victim affect judgments in a sexual assault case, but little research has investigated perceptions of the perpetrator. Participants ( N = 322) read a scenario about an alleged sexual assault that manipulated victim behavior (speed of reporting) and perpetrator characteristics (athlete status and celebrity status) and then made judgments about the victim and perpetrator. Results showed that victim behavior was the most important factor in …
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ID30891217Published Date2019-03-01JournalEcology and evolution, 2019-03-01, Volume 9
Taxa with large geographic distributions generally encompass diverse macroclimatic conditions, potentially requiring local adaptation and/or phenotypic plasticity to match their phenotypes to differing environments. These eco-evolutionary processes are of particular interest in organisms with traits that are directly affected by temperature, such as embryonic development in oviparous ectotherms. Here we examine the spatial distribution of fitness-related early life phenotypes across the range…
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IDIEEE:8629626Published Date2018-11-16Conference2018 World Engineering Education Forum - Global Engineering Deans Council (WEEF-GEDC)
Neurodiversity in engineering can be supported by encouraging all college capable students to consider engineering as a major. Many students who learn differently may not see themselves attending college and if they do see themselves in college they may not consider studying engineering. This past summer Aurora University in partnership with Landmark College held a summer residential program for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder to experience college including living away from home, acad…
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ID28852203Published Date2018-02-01JournalInternational journal of obesity (2005), 2018-02-01, Volume 42
Higher body mass index (BMI) is associated with greater prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors, yet an inverse relationship between obesity and survival after cardiovascular events has been described. It is unclear whether a similar relationship exists for patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) at high risk for mortality. We aimed to assess the impact of BMI on mortality and cardiovascular hospitalization in patients with ICD.Patients who underwent ICD implantation in…
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ID31413994Published Date2018-01-01JournalJournal of patient-centered research and reviews, 2018-01-01, Volume 5
Our objective was to identify perceived challenges in the provision of health care for refugees from the perspective of medical interpreters, case managers, and pharmacists working with refugee patients in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.Two 60-minute focus groups were performed exploring challenges in refugee health care using a literature-based semi-structured protocol. Focus groups were transcribed and de-identified prior to independent analysis by two of the investigators. Using a memoing-process qu…
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ID29357210Published Date2017-12-01JournalWMJ : official publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, 2017-12-01, Volume 116
infections resistant to carbapenem antimicrobials have increased. Traditional risk factors for non-carbapenem resistance include intensive care unit stay, mechanical ventilation, previous hospitalization, and major comorbidities. As microbes evolve, our understanding of their risk factors for resistance also should evolve.We conducted a retrospective study of adult inpatients and outpatients with a positive culture during 2014. Cultures were obtained from system laboratories and medical recor…
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