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IDDOI:10.1177/0953946819847652Published Date2020-08-01JournalStudies in Christian Ethics, 2020-08-01, Volume 33
Eastern Orthodox accounts of acedia are often neglected in Catholic and Protestant circles, yet offer a range of insights for contemporary virtue ethics and moral psychology. Acedia is a complex concept with shades of apathy, hate, and desire that poses grave problems for the moral life and human wellbeing. This is because acedia disorders reasoning, desiring, willing, and acting, and causes various harms to relationships. Evagrius Ponticus and John Cassian discuss acedia in the context of a …
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ID32718426Published Date2020-08-01JournalAANA journal, 2020-08-01, Volume 88
This study was conducted to determine if computer-assisted instrument guidance (CAIG, Clear Guide Medical), with an optical tracking mechanism, enhances simulated transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block performance in a porcine model by novice student registered nurse anesthetists (SRNAs) compared with standalone ultrasonography (US). In a crossover design, 26 students were randomly assigned into 2 groups: US only and CAIG. Performance was assessed using a task-specific checklist survey tool …
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ID32682145Published Date2020-07-15JournalChild abuse & neglect, 2020-07-15, Volume 107
Trauma, specifically adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), predicts significant health and mental health disparities, yet there is a paucity of research with LGBTQ + youth.This study explored ACE prevalence in a large sample of LGBTQ+ youth; examined ACE patterns within and across subgroups; and compared results with the general population.Participant (n = 3,508) ages ranged between 14-18 (x̄ = 16.02) and represented a range of sexual orientations: pansexual (33.9 %), bisexual (26.6 %), and q…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1363460719876829Published Date2020-09-01JournalSexualities, 2020-09-01, Volume 23
In 2010, a professor in India was forcibly outed as gay and catapulted into a nationwide debate about LGBTQ rights in India. A textual analysis of prominent Indian English-language newspapers revealed the framing devices journalists used to report the case, unpacking how coverage essentialized gay identity, signified civil rights and citizenship, problematized notions of consent, complicated public/private demarcations of sexuality, and negotiated competing claims of morality. Journalistic di…
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ID32628285Published Date2020-07-06JournalJournal of forensic sciences, 2020-07-06
The current study examined the potential for cognitive bias in lay examiners' comparisons of footwear impressions within the technical review process while addressing limitations of previous research. Prior research has found inconsistent results regarding the extent to which cognitive bias may influence forensic comparisons, often asking non-experts to review forensic stimuli above their competency level. Furthermore, past research has largely ignored the potential for cognitive bias during …
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IDDOI:10.7554/elife.55080Published Date2020-06-16JournaleLife, 2020-06-16, Volume 9
Despite anecdotal reports of the astonishing homing abilities in dogs, their homing strategies are not fully understood. We equipped 27 hunting dogs with GPS collars and action cams, let them freely roam in forested areas, and analyzed components of homing in over 600 trials. When returning to the owner (homewards), dogs either followed their outbound track (‘tracking’) or used a novel route (‘scouting’). The inbound track during scouting started mostly with a short (about 20 m) run along the…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1468017320928823Published Date2020-06-05JournalJournal of Social Work, 2020-06-05
Summary The literature is absent on qualitative research that documents perspectives of caregivers involved in child welfare and who participated in a U.S. Housing First supportive housing intervention. A program evaluation of a social work-led, Housing First intervention was conducted, and this study reports the qualitative findings of the evaluation. Drawing on the focus group method, nine caregivers, involved in child welfare and with a history of homelessness risk, shared their perspectiv…
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ID32491158Published Date2020-06-03JournalAnnals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, 2020-06-03
Priming is a process in which exposure to a stimulus activates relevant mental representations that are given increased weight in subsequent judgment tasks. Affective primes can influence affective evaluations and associations. Such influence has meaningful implications for the promotion of exercise behavior, yet there is scant research on priming effects in exercise settings.The purpose of the present pair of studies was to examine the efficacy of music (M), music video (MV), and music video…
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ID32484053Published Date2020-06-02JournalPsychological reports, 2020-06-02
With a growing population of Latinx youth immigrating to the United States, it is important to understand how Latinx youth adapt to mainstream U.S. culture. Given that the majority of research examining social development among recent immigrant adolescents has focused on negative adjustment outcomes, research examining positive social behaviors is needed to avoid deficit approaches to their development, gain a holistic understanding of youth development, and improve interventions with this po…
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ID32487454Published Date2020-05-30JournalThe Journal of foot and ankle surgery : official publication of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, 2020-05-30
The prevalence of physician burnout among doctors of podiatric medicine (DPM) in the United States remains unknown. The purpose of the present pilot study was to assess perceptions of burnout, personal accomplishment, anxiety, and experiences of shame among DPMs training at Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency programs accredited by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education. An anonymous 35-question cross-sectional online survey was developed using the Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Ser…
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