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ID31294580Published Date2019-07-11JournalJournal of occupational health psychology, 2019-07-11
As often theorized in economics and organizational psychology, attaining and maintaining financial security is a universal, but often elusive, goal for workers. Yet, a thorough exploration of how financial security operates within the nomological network of occupational and relational phenomena has been lacking. This study enhances our understanding of financial security by exploring its dispositional and relational antecedents, work attitude and strain correlates, and relational consequences…
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IDIEEE:8423205Published Date2019-08-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2019-08-01, Volume 31
Traditional learning from crowdsourced labeled data consists of two stages: inferring true labels for instances from their multiple noisy labels and building a learning model using these instances with the inferred labels. This straightforward two-stage learning scheme suffers from two weaknesses: (1) the accuracy of inference may be very low; (2) useful information may be lost during inference. In this paper, we proposed a novel ensemble method for learning from crowds. Our proposed method i…
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ID30998855Published Date2019-07-01JournalPerspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, 2019-07-01, Volume 14
The vast majority of immigration-focused research in psychology is rooted in deficit models that center on negative health outcomes (e.g., depression, acculturative stress, anxiety, substance use), resulting in a widely held assumption that immigrants are at greater risk for pathology and poor well-being compared with native-born individuals. Moreover, current political discourse often portrays immigrants as more prone to crime compared with native-born individuals. From a positive-psychology…
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ID31259579Published Date2019-07-01JournalPsychological services, 2019-07-01
This article is an interview that explores Dr. Carlos Porge's atypical job as a neuropsychologist and active airline pilot. The article aims to educate about the path and costs that go into having an atypical career in psychology. Additionally, this interview with Dr. Porges explores the challenges, considerations, and limitations of working as a neuropsychology pilot. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved).
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IDIEEE:7835129Published Date2019-07-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2019-07-01, Volume 31
With the crowdsourcing of small tasks becoming easier, it is possible to obtain non-expert/imperfect labels at low cost. With low-cost imperfect labeling, it is straightforward to collect multiple labels for the same data items. This paper proposes strategies of utilizing these multiple labels for supervised learning, based on two basic ideas: majority voting and pairing. We show several interesting results based on our experiments. (i) The strategies based on the majority voting idea work we…
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ID31104716Published Date2019-07-01JournalComputer methods and programs in biomedicine, 2019-07-01, Volume 175
Medical image fusion is important in the field of clinical diagnosis because it can improve the availability of information contained in images. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) provides excellent anatomical details as well as functional information on regional changes in physiology, hemodynamics, and tissue composition. In contrast, although the spatial resolution of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) provides is lower than that an MRI, PET is capable of depicting the tissue's molecular and …
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ID31246053Published Date2019-06-27JournalPsychological services, 2019-06-27
This article outlines the career of Judge Michael O. Miller, who trained as a psychologist prior to entering law as first an attorney and then later as a judge. Miller became interested in law through his studies in juvenile delinquency and forensic psychology. He was particularly interested in the unique ways in which psychology and the law frequently interacted, and he was able to use his background in psychology to serve as an advocate for mental health practitioners during his tenure as a…
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ID31235643Published Date2019-06-24JournalThe Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2019-06-24
In the present study, we investigated motor cortex (M1) and a small portion of premotor and parietal cortex using intracortical microstimulation (ICMS) in anesthetized capuchin monkeys. Capuchins are the only New World monkeys that have evolved an opposable thumb and use tools in the wild. Like most Old World monkeys and humans, capuchin monkeys have highly dexterous hands. We surveyed a large extent of M1 and found that around 22% of all evoked movements in M1 involved the digits, and the ma…
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Award Number1856438Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-06-15Expiration Date2022-05-31Funding Amount$139,848
Dr. Lei Yang at the University of Central Arkansas is leading a program aimed at converting carbon dioxide into useful chemicals. This theme is attractive because carbon dioxide is abundant. To accelerate the reactions of carbon dioxide, metal-based catalysts are often used. The way by which these catalysts operate is still not well understood, which slows commercial applications. To address this gap, detailed studies are required for known catalysts to understand how they operation. This wil…
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ID31066498Published Date2019-06-01JournalNew directions for student leadership, 2019-06-01, Volume 2019
This chapter discusses the importance of a growth mindset for employability and how leadership educators and supervisors can assist students' development in this area. The ability to have a growth mindset ensures that students see an opportunity in setbacks and their own growth and development.
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