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IDDOI:10.1163/1568539x-00003586Published Date2020-02-06JournalBehaviour, 2020-02-06, Volume 157
AbstractOptimal escape theory has proven useful for understanding the dynamics of antipredator behaviour in animals; however, approaches are often limited to single-population studies. We studied how the escape behaviour of tree lizards (Urosaurus ornatus) varied across a disturbance gradient. We also considered how sex, body temperature, and perch temperature affected their escape decisions. Both sexes exhibited similar response patterns; however, lizards in the most-disturbed habitat, as we…
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ID32010969Published Date2020-02-03JournalJournal of fish biology, 2020-02-03
Fast-start predator-escape performance of mummichogs Fundulus heteroclitus was tested across field-informed gradients in temperature (24, 30, and 36 °C) and salinity (2, 12, and 32 ppt). Performance was similar across temperatures and salinities when fish were allowed to acclimate to these conditions. However, when mummichogs experienced acute temperature changes, performance exhibited thermal dependence in two contrasting ways. Fast-start turning rates and linear speeds varied directly with …
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ID32000103Published Date2020-01-22JournalPsychiatry research, 2020-01-22, Volume 285
This study aimed to validate the DSM-5 grief disorder construct to owners of deceased pets using a sample of 395 adults who were impaired during bereavement. Confirmatory factor analyzes indicated that the grief symptoms cohered into the symptom clusters proposed by the DSM-5, which were driven by a higher-order factor and were equivalent across gender. Grief disordered individuals exhibited more depression, loneliness, sleep difficulties, negative religious coping, and alcohol/drug coping co…
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Award Number1951027Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-01-15Expiration Date2021-12-31Funding Amount$51,472
In this Era of Big Data an unprecedented amount of information is being collected at rates that are overwhelming researchers' capacity to process data in meaningful ways. Converting streams of numbers into graphical representations has proven to be useful over the past three decades to identify trends in complex data sets such as weather patterns, stock market fluctuations, and flu epidemics. While visualization is a powerful approach to data analysis, not all data are amenable to visualizati…
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IDDOI:10.1155/2020/1049851Published Date2020-01-06JournalDepression Research and Treatment, 2020-01-06, Volume 2020
The current study explored the eye-tracking patterns of individuals with nonclinical levels of depressive symptomatology when processing emotional expressions. Fifty-three college undergraduates were asked to label 80 facial expressions of five emotions (anger, fear, happiness, neutral, and sadness) while an eye-tracker measured visit duration. We argue visit duration provides more detailed information for evaluating which features of the face are used more often for processing emotional face…
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ID31790811Published Date2020-01-01JournalNeurobiology of learning and memory, 2020-01-01, Volume 167
The purpose of the present study was to examine hippocampal function for spatial learning in a land-based circular maze (i.e., the open-field tower maze [OFTM]). The OFTM, a task designed to be non-stressful, has been previously used to demonstrate the influence of gonadal hormones on spatial learning. Thus, determination of brain function for navigating in the OFTM provides an important extension to previous knowledge. Fornix lesions were used in the present experiment to disrupt hippocampal…
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ID31595605Published Date2019-12-09JournalAngewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), 2019-12-09, Volume 58
A highly convergent strategy for the synthesis of the natural product (-)-rubriflordilactone B, and the proposed structure of (-)-pseudo-rubriflordilactone B, is described. Late stage coupling of diynes containing the respective natural product FG rings with a common AB ring aldehyde precedes rhodium-catalyzed [2+2+2] alkyne cyclotrimerization to form the natural product skeleton, with the syntheses completed in just one further operation. This work resolves the uncertainty surrounding the id…
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ID31868462Published Date2019-12-06JournalPhysical review letters, 2019-12-06, Volume 123
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) has been directly detecting gravitational waves from compact binary mergers since 2015. We report on the first use of squeezed vacuum states in the direct measurement of gravitational waves with the Advanced LIGO H1 and L1 detectors. This achievement is the culmination of decades of research to implement squeezed states in gravitational-wave detectors. During the ongoing O3 observation run, squeezed states are improving the sensit…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0266382119887672Published Date2019-12-01JournalBusiness Information Review, 2019-12-01, Volume 36
Today almost everyone carries a smartphone. People use it for various purposes not just for calling, sending texts or accessing the Internet. The personal smartphone is not just used for staying in touch, but it is also used for performing office work. The varied uses of smartphones have been widely chronicled in literature and there is exhaustive literature listing the various benefits derived from its use. The advent of the smartphone has changed the workflow in the 21st century. It has not…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0091647118807187Published Date2019-12-01JournalJournal of Psychology and Theology, 2019-12-01, Volume 47
Using Park’s meaning-making model to inform our understanding of distress in suffering, we conducted a qualitative investigation of the discrepancies experienced by evangelical Christian cancer patients between their religious global meaning and their situational meaning, and the religious beliefs invoked to resolve the discrepancy. Three primary research questions were addressed: (a) What kinds of tensions do evangelical Christians with a diagnosis of cancer experience between their religiou…
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