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IDDOI:10.1177/1098300719867858Published Date2020-04-01JournalJournal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 2020-04-01, Volume 22
Following a review of the literature to identify core principles of schoolwide positive behavior interventions and supports (SWPBIS), this study employed coding methods to examine teacher concerns as expressed in their responses to an open-ended probe in five middle schools. Teachers in all schools expressed concerns for their colleagues’ support for implementation, Tier 2 and 3 supports, use of reinforcement and consequences, and student investment. Fewer teachers expressed concerns for prev…
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ID32203491Published Date2020-03-23JournalNature structural & molecular biology, 2020-03-23
Protein engineering has enabled the design of molecular scaffolds that display a wide variety of sizes, shapes, symmetries and subunit compositions. Symmetric protein-based nanoparticles that display multiple protein domains can exhibit enhanced functional properties due to increased avidity and improved solution behavior and stability. Here we describe the creation and characterization of a computationally designed circular tandem repeat protein (cTRP) composed of 24 identical repeated motif…
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ID32064862Published Date2020-03-17JournalEnvironmental science & technology, 2020-03-17, Volume 54
Singlet oxygen (O) generation quantum yields from chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) have been reported for many samples over the past 4 decades. Yet even for standardized isolates such as those from the International Humic Substance Society (IHSS), wide-ranging values exist in the literature. In this manuscript, time-resolved O phosphorescence was used to determine the O quantum yields (Φ) of a variety of dissolved organic matter (DOM) isolates and natural waters. In general, the O…
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ID32195777Published Date2020-03-16JournalJournal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 2020-03-16
Despite the possibility of adversely affecting the mental health of children, sibling aggression, the most common form of family violence, is often dismissed as normal or less harmful than other types of violence. Currently, there is no easily administered screening method for sibling aggression.The goal of this project was to develop and test a brief sibling aggression screening tool for use in pediatric primary care.The project was implemented in four phases: phase I reviewed the literature…
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ID32188709Published Date2020-03-13JournaleNeuro, 2020-03-13
In the auditory system, the spectrotemporal structure of acoustic signals determines the temporal pattern of spikes. Here we investigated this effect in neurons of the barn owl's auditory midbrain () that are selective for auditory space and whether it can influence the coding of sound direction. We found that in the nucleus where neurons first become selective to combinations of sound localization cues, reproducibility of spike trains across repeated trials of identical sounds, a metric of a…
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ID32163932Published Date2020-03-12JournalPhysical biology, 2020-03-12
Biological cells are complex environments that are densely packed with macromolecules and subdivided by membranes, both of which affect the rates of chemical reactions. It is well known that crowding reduces the volume available to reactants, which increases reaction rates, and also inhibits reactant diffusion, which decreases reaction rates. This work investigates these effects quantitatively using analytical theory and particle-based simulations. A reaction rate equation based on only these…
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ID32128910Published Date2020-03-03JournalHealth & social care in the community, 2020-03-03
Plymouth Housing is a Housing First organisation in Seattle, WA (USA) that provides far more than housing for its residents-staff are equally concerned with building community and creating a sense of belonging. The objective of this study was to interview residents about their experiences of community and collect their suggestions for improving community, building efforts within this organisation. This exploratory qualitative study was conducted across eight buildings and included 38 particip…
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IDDOI:10.1093/jbcr/iraa024.194Published Date2020-03-03JournalJournal of Burn Care & Research, 2020-03-03, Volume 41
Abstract Introduction The incidence of unintentional burn injuries provides a natural condition that induces guilt and other emotions, such as blame, in the parents of the inflicted child. Empirical evidence generated has suggested that the consequences of guilt include both prosocial behaviors and antisocial behaviors. Therefore, the effects of guilt on parental behavioral and emotional outcomes have long-term implication. The purposes of this study were to examine guilt and its representati…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0022167816688313Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of Humanistic Psychology, 2020-03-01, Volume 60
This phenomenological study sought to reveal the meaning for and experience of individuals who navigate two often-disparate ideological and experiential “worlds” within the culture of the United States. These two worlds can be described, respectively, as animistic—being embedded in and giving priority to relationship and nature—and Western mainstream—being embedded in and giving priority to materialism and rationalism. The phenomenon examined was—functioning within the mainstream culture whil…
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IDIEEE:8194857Published Date2020-03-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems, 2020-03-01, Volume 50
Quality inspection, a widely adopted practice in supply chains, measures whether delivered products conform to prespecified quality requirements. Due to potential economic benefits, suppliers may deliberately manipulate products to falsify test results. However, unqualified products could cause severe problems in supply chains or even tragedies, such as China’s tainted milk scandal. In this paper, we propose a belief-desire-intention modeling approach to predict suppliers’ behavior and provid…
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