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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-8933-4.ch019Published Date2020-01-01JournalAdvances in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development, 2020-01-01
This chapter reports the results of a survey that examines how a sampling of millennials describes their online activity, their social engagement, and their priorities when they are asked to value their online activity. It also explores whether there are tenets of a specific ethical perspective that shape their thinking about what is moral behavior online. Results indicate that the online behavior of the study participants involves extensive use of social media with a variety of platforms emp…
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ID31842048Published Date2019-12-12JournalClinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine, 2019-12-12
To compare VOMS item scores between a fixed and randomized administration order in a sample of nonconcussed high school athletes.Post-test only, quasi-experimental design.Local high schools in a mid-west region of the United States.Fifty nonconcussed high school athletes (M = 15.64; SD = 1.12 years) completed the VOMS in a randomized testing order (RANDOM), and 49 (M = 15.64; SD = 1.12 years) completed the VOMS in the fixed testing order (FIXED). The groups were matched on age, sex, learning …
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ID31801384Published Date2019-12-04JournalBehavioral sleep medicine, 2019-12-04
: To examine a novel intervention for nighttime thermal comfort and sleep of perimenopausal- and postmenopausal-aged women who experience hot flashes and insomnia symptoms.: Thirty-nine women (ages 45-58, = 52.1 years) with sleep-disrupting hot flashes and insomnia symptoms.: This was a 4-week randomized cross-over study. The intervention included 2 weeks of nighttime use of a warming/cooling device worn on the wrist and was compared to a 2-week baseline period (no device). All participants c…
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ID31564429Published Date2019-12-01JournalThe Journal of pediatrics, 2019-12-01, Volume 215
To evaluate whether there are distinct childhood sleep problem trajectories from birth to 10-11 years and to assess associations with cumulative socio-ecological risks (child, family, context).Participants were 5107 children from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children-Birth Cohort. At birth, cumulative risk indexes were generated for birth, parenting, family, socioeconomic, and neighborhood risks. Parent-reported child sleep problems were assessed biennially from ages 0-1 to 10-11 year…
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ID31842057Published Date2019-11-26JournalClinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine, 2019-11-26
To establish test-retest reliability in nonconcussed high school athletes and compare absolute change, reliable change indices (RCIs), and minimal detectable change (MDC) methods for classifying impairment after sport-related concussion.Prospective, repeated measures.High schools from the Midwest and Central regions of the United States.A convenience sample of 772 nonconcussed high school athletes (n = 546 men) completed preseason K-D testing. In addition, 69 athletes completed a second posts…
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ID31606654Published Date2019-11-01JournalSleep medicine, 2019-11-01, Volume 63
To compare sleep in infants and toddlers with Down syndrome (DS) to typically developing controls, including differences in snoring and sleep ecology (sleep setting and parent behaviors).Parents of 104 children with DS and 489 controls aged 6-36 months completed the Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire (BISQ). We explored group differences, controlling for demographic variables.Parents of children with DS reported more sleep problems (45% v 19%), snoring (19% vs 2%), room-sharing (37% vs 17%), as…
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ID31610383Published Date2019-11-01JournalSleep medicine, 2019-11-01, Volume 63
To develop an age-based norm-referenced scoring system for the Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire - Revised (BISQ-R).In sum, 33,835 submissions (data sample 1) of the expanded and revised BISQ-R by caregivers of infants and toddlers (1-36 months) were analyzed in the US via a publicly-available smartphone application, Johnson's® Bedtime®. Three subscales were created: Infant Sleep (IS; 5 items), Parent Perception (PP; 3 items), and Parent Behavior (PB; 11 items). The scoring algorithm was based…
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ID31600659Published Date2019-11-01JournalSleep medicine, 2019-11-01, Volume 63
Few studies have examined the sleep behaviors associated with a caregiver-reported sleep problem beyond early childhood and across different age groups. This study examined sleep behaviors associated with a caregiver-reported sleep problem from birth to middle childhood.Participants were 5107 children from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children-Birth Cohort. Caregiver-reported child sleep problems and sleep behaviors were assessed biennially from ages 0-1 to 10-11 years. Logistic regre…
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ID30797034Published Date2019-11-01JournalNeurobiology of learning and memory, 2019-11-01, Volume 165
Genome-wide association and whole exome sequencing studies from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) patient populations have implicated numerous risk factor genes whose mutation or deletion results in significantly increased incidence of ASD. Behavioral studies of monogenic mutant mouse models of ASD-associated genes have been useful for identifying aberrant neural circuitry. However, behavioral results often differ from lab to lab, and studies incorporating both males and females are often not pe…
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ID31630642Published Date2019-10-20JournalTrauma, violence & abuse, 2019-10-20
Although sexual minority couples experience intimate partner violence (IPV) similar to or higher than heterosexual couples, not much attention has been given to LGBTQ couples. Using content analysis, this integrative review seeks to examine the state of scholarly literature regarding IPV among LGBTQ+ communities in the United States. For studies to be eligible for inclusion in this review, studies were required to focus on LGBTQ+ populations within the United States, published in English, inv…
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