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ID31614897Published Date2019-10-13JournalBiosensors, 2019-10-13, Volume 9
The emerald ash borer (EAB) has been the most destructive and costly nonnative insect to threaten the health of ash () species in North America for at least the past 25 years. The development of methods for detecting visually-hidden EAB galleries at early stages of infestation would provide a useful tool to more effectively facilitate the planning and implementation of targeted EAB pest-suppression and management activities. We tested the efficacy of using a dual-technology electronic-nose (e…
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IDDOI:10.1080/87567555.2019.1696276Published Date2019-11-28JournalCollege Teaching, 2019-11-28
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IDDOI:10.1177/0098628319872410Published Date2019-10-01JournalTeaching of Psychology, 2019-10-01, Volume 46
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ID30590251Published Date2019-01-25JournaliScience, 2019-01-25, Volume 11
Recent availability of biodiversity data resources has enabled an unprecedented ability to estimate phylogenetically based biodiversity metrics over broad scales. Such approaches elucidate ecological and evolutionary processes yielding a biota and help guide conservation efforts. However, the choice of appropriate phylogenetic resources and underlying input data uncertainties may affect interpretation. Here, we address how differences among phylogenetic source trees and levels of phylogenetic…
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ID29848158Published Date2019-01-01JournalLaterality, 2019-01-01, Volume 24
A recent study [Shobe, E., & Desimone, K. (2016). Inconsistent handers show higher psychopathy than consistent handers. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 21(2), 143-160. doi:10.1080/1357650X.2015.1089879] found an association between inconsistent handedness (the use of one's non-dominant hand for some tasks) and psychopathy. Because this provides evidence for an association between an individual difference and a trait that is perceived negatively, the present study set out…
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ID30426100Published Date2018-11-01JournalHeliyon, 2018-11-01, Volume 4
A potential new clinical disorder is arising due to the addiction to cellphones called nomophobia-or feelings of discomfort or anxiety experienced by individuals when they are unable to use their mobile phones or utilize the conveniences these devices provide. However, before being able to officially classify this disorder as clinically relevant, more research needs to be conducted to determine how nomophobia relates to existing disorders. In a sample of 397 undergraduate students, the presen…
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