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IDDOI:10.1177/0091552120936345Published Date2020-07-02JournalCommunity College Review, 2020-07-02
Objective: Despite the popularity of the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE), this instrument has been criticized regarding its development, theoretical basis, validity, and connection to practice. In light of these concerns, this article reframes the survey by employing Chickering and Gamson’s seven principles, one of the survey’s original theoretical frameworks. A robust discussion of the new measure and its implications for research and practice is presented. Method: Chi…
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ID31900086Published Date2020-07-01JournalCochlear implants international, 2020-07-01, Volume 21
There is little data available addressing how clinical audiologists handle cochlear implant (CI) programming between device manufacturers and make decisions on related services, particularly in the United States. This study sought to understand the techniques and settings professionals use with their patients, how they approach bimodal fitting, which tests they use to evaluate patient and device performance, and their overall preferences of (re)habilitative options. A questionnaire was develo…
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ID31613822Published Date2020-07-01JournalEar and hearing, 2020-07-01, Volume 41
Bone-conducted vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMPs) are tuned to have their maximum amplitude in response to tone bursts at or below 250 Hz. The low-frequency limitations of clinical bone vibrators have not been established for transient, tone burst stimuli at frequencies that are optimal for eliciting VEMPs.Tone bursts with frequencies of 250 to 2000 Hz were delivered to B71 and B81 bone vibrators and their output was examined using an artificial mastoid. The lower-frequency limit o…
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ID32249688Published Date2020-07-01JournalQualitative health research, 2020-07-01, Volume 30
This article explores the ways in which gender inequalities are reproduced and reinforced within entertainment establishments, and in turn the ways in which it affects health of the women working in these establishments. Specifically, this article is based on 35 in-depth interviews with women working in entertainment establishments in Kathmandu, Nepal. The findings highlight daily encounters of harassment by customers demanding engagement and acceptance of various sexual advances; strategies …
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ID32603605Published Date2020-06-30JournalCirculation. Genomic and precision medicine, 2020-06-30
- Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a genetically heterogeneous cardiac disease characterized by progressive ventricular enlargement and reduced systolic function. Here, we report genetic and functional analyses implicating the RAS signaling protein, SOS1, in DCM pathogenesis. - Exome sequencing was performed on 412 probands and family members from our DCM cohort, identifying several variants with potential disease involvement. As several lines of evidence have implicated dysregulated RAS signa…
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ID32605986Published Date2020-06-30JournalmBio, 2020-06-30, Volume 11
Water bloom development due to eutrophication constitutes a case of niche specialization among planktonic cyanobacteria, but the genomic repertoire allowing bloom formation in only some species has not been fully characterized. We posited that the habitat relevance of a trait begets its underlying genomic complexity, so that traits within the repertoire would be differentially more complex in species successfully thriving in that habitat than in close species that cannot. To test this for the…
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ID32581312Published Date2020-06-24JournalScientific data, 2020-06-24, Volume 7
The retina is a stratified layer of sensory neurons lining the posterior portion of the eye. In humans, fine detail and color vision are enabled by the macula, a central region of the retina dense in cone photoreceptors (PRs). Achromatic low light and peripheral vision are facilitated by rod PRs found with increasing density outside the macula in the peripheral retina. The outer retina is nourished by choroidal blood flow regulated by a single layer of intervening retinal pigment epithelial (…
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ID32534533Published Date2020-06-14JournalThe Journal of chemical physics, 2020-06-14, Volume 152
The carbonyl sulfide (OCS) dimer serves as a prototype system for studying intermolecular forces between nonsymmetrical linear polyatomic molecules. Here, we performed a laser spectroscopic investigation of OCS dimers embedded in helium nanodroplets and found rovibrational bands corresponding to the non-polar "sulfur-in" and parallel polar dimers that have been extensively characterized in the gas phase, as well as a new non-polar "oxygen-in" dimer that has long been predicted by theory. Freq…
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IDDOI:10.2308/ciia-2019-508Published Date2020-06-12JournalCurrent Issues in Auditing, 2020-06-12
This study examines the PCAOB’s Division of Enforcement from 2005 to 2017, a time period when it expanded from a $5 million to a $22 million program area. We find that a pronounced increase in disciplinary orders issued during the latter years of the sample period is attributable to serious audit deficiencies and misconduct by triennially inspected audit firms, non-U.S. audit firms, and firms auditing brokers and dealers. We also find that more than two-thirds of the violations of PCAOB audit…
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ID32526849Published Date2020-06-09JournalInternational journal of environmental research and public health, 2020-06-09, Volume 17
There is uncertainty concerning what the active ingredients in psychotherapy are. The First Experimental Study of Transference interpretations (FEST) was a randomized controlled trial of the effects of transference work (TW) in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Women with low quality of object relations (QOR) showed a large positive effect of transference work, while men with high QOR showed a slight negative effect. The present study aimed to expand the knowledge from the FEST by investigating th…
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