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IDDOI:10.1177/1541204019880945Published Date2020-07-01JournalYouth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 2020-07-01, Volume 18
A growing body of research has evoked the life-course perspective to understand how experiences in school relate to a wide range of longer term life outcomes. This is perhaps best typified by the notion of the school-to-prison pipeline which refers to a process by which youth who experience punitive punishment in schools are increasingly enmeshed within the criminal justice system. While this metaphor is commonly accepted, few studies have examined the extent to which exclusionary school disc…
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ID32600172Published Date2020-06-29JournalPsychological reports, 2020-06-29
Three studies examined how various forms of stress uniquely contribute to physical illness. We compared negative affect and perceived stress in Study 1, neuroticism and perceived stress in Study 2, and negative affect, neuroticism, and perceived stress in Study 3. We also controlled for health-related covariates (i.e., exercise, nutrition, substance use, and BMI). In all three studies (s = 271, 577, and 300), participants completed online surveys for course credit. The results of Study 1 demo…
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IDDOI:10.30965/18763316-04701010Published Date2020-06-10JournalRussian History, 2020-06-10, Volume 47
The art of analyzing a book for the purpose of historical inquiry is an art often not addressed until graduate school, and even then, its process is often assumed by the instructor. “Four Birds, One Stone” presents goals and options for utilizing Charles Halperin’s Ivan the Terrible in the undergraduate and graduate classroom in order to teach students how to understand an author’s methodology, how to identify source types and their uses, how to evaluate an author’s argumentation, and how to …
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IDDOI:10.1177/0887403420919478Published Date2020-06-08JournalCriminal Justice Policy Review, 2020-06-08
Staff are essential to running safe and humane correctional institutions. To this end, staff sometimes need to report coworker misconduct. Doing so requires a propensity to engage in whistleblowing, a topic that has received very little attention in the criminal justice literature. Using results from the Work Experiences Questionnaire (WEQ), an instrument designed to measure various features of correctional work environments, we found several exploratory variables to be significantly associat…
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IDDOI:10.1352/2326-6988-8.2.105Published Date2020-06-01JournalInclusion, 2020-06-01, Volume 8
Abstract People with disabilities participate in community settings less than peers. This occurs due to physical and psychosocial barriers. One area of regular community participation is in faith settings, however there is a lack of evidence on how to support inclusion in these settings. This systematic review identifies what supports people with disabilities and their caregivers reported that assists with participation in faith settings. A review was conducted and articles were evaluated. Th…
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ID32460674Published Date2020-05-27JournalPsychological reports, 2020-05-27
To date, no research has examined need for power as a reason why narcissists engage in antisocial behavior. The purpose of the current research is to examine need for power as a potential mediating factor between narcissism and antisocial behavior. The current research was conducted in two studies. Participants (=408) of study one consisted of undergraduate students who completed an online survey focusing on narcissism, need for power, and aggression. The results of Study 1 found that Need fo…
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ID32294429Published Date2020-04-14JournalCell reports, 2020-04-14, Volume 31
Ovulation is triggered by the gonadotropin surge that induces the expression of two key genes, progesterone receptor (Pgr) and prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthase 2 (Ptgs2), in the granulosa cells of preovulatory follicles. Their gene products PGR and PTGS2 activate two separate pathways that are both essential for successful ovulation. Here, we show that the PGR plays an additional essential role: it attenuates ovulatory inflammation by diminishing the gonadotropin surge-induced Ptgs2 expres…
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ID32044854Published Date2020-04-01JournalSimulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 2020-04-01, Volume 15
Despite increased attention on diversity in medicine and healthcare, heterogeneity in simulation technology has been slow to follow suit. In a nonsystematic review of simulation technology available in 2018 with respect to skin tone, age and sex, we found limited diversity in these offerings, suggesting limitations to educators' abilities to represent the full array of patients, conditions, and scenarios encountered in medicine and training. We highlight these limitations and propose basic st…
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IDDOI:10.1093/jogss/ogz070Published Date2020-04-01JournalJournal of Global Security Studies, 2020-04-01, Volume 5
Abstract While the social and political consequences of electoral violence are widely discussed in the literature, less is known about the economic repercussions of electoral violence. Our study investigates this dynamic, asking how episodes of electoral violence affect existing levels of foreign direct investment. We argue that, when managing their investments in foreign markets, multinational firms weigh the expected gains of the investment with the probability that the host country experie…
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ID32181699Published Date2020-03-17JournalCognition & emotion, 2020-03-17
Researchers have argued that bilingual speakers experience less emotion in their second language. However, some studies have failed to find differences in emotionality between first and second language speakers. We used computer mouse tracking in an auditory lexical decision task to examine taboo effects - more efficient processing of taboo than neutral words - in first (L1) and second (L2) language speakers of American English. As predicted, we found an effect of language (L1 participants pr…
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