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ID29294675Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of interpersonal violence, 2020-03-01, Volume 35
Stalking is often considered to be a form of interpersonal violence; yet, despite an increase in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ)-specific research on other forms of interpersonal violence, such as intimate partner violence and sexual assault, there is a relative lack of literature on stalking victimization of LGBTQ individuals, particularly as it relates to gender identity. This is problematic given the results of numerous studies indicating LGBTQ individuals, and trans…
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ID31931138Published Date2020-03-01JournalNeurobiology of disease, 2020-03-01, Volume 136
Rho GTPases play a central role in neuronal survival; however, the antagonistic relationship between Rac and Rho in the regulation of motor neuron survival remains poorly defined. In the current study, we demonstrate that treatment with NSC23766, a selective inhibitor of the Rac-specific guanine nucleotide exchange factors, Tiam1 and Trio, is sufficient to induce the death of embryonic stem cell (ESC)-derived motor neurons. The mode of cell death is primarily apoptotic and is characterized by…
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ID31352684Published Date2020-03-01JournalWiley interdisciplinary reviews. Developmental biology, 2020-03-01, Volume 9
Sponges, ctenophores, placozoans, and cnidarians have key evolutionary significance in that they bracket the time interval during which organized animal tissues were first assembled, fundamental cell types originated (e.g., neurons and myocytes), and developmental patterning mechanisms evolved. Sponges in particular have often been viewed as living surrogates for early animal ancestors, largely due to similarities between their feeding cells (choanocytes) with choanoflagellates, the unicellul…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0032885519894657Published Date2020-03-01JournalThe Prison Journal, 2020-03-01, Volume 100
As interest grows in programs that improve prison inmates’ behavior and psychosocial well-being, any such interventions must be rigorously examined and their underlying mechanisms for change must be understood. This pilot study examined the use of prison-based dog training programs across Washington State Department of Corrections facilities for their impacts on inmates’ infraction rates. The study also compared levels of empathy, self-efficacy, and anxiety between program participants and no…
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ID31750693Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43), 2020-03-01, Volume 34
Coparenting relationship quality and father involvement are closely linked but few studies have investigated this relationship using samples of socioeconomically disadvantaged families. The current study used family systems theory to examine the longitudinal and bidirectional relations between coparenting relationship quality and father engagement in caregiving and play, using a large and racially diverse sample of low-income residential and nonresidential fathers in the Building Strong Famil…
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IDIEEE:8746651Published Date2020-03-01JournalIEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 2020-03-01, Volume 16
This paper investigates the issue of power management networked ac–dc microgrids (MGs) interconnected by interlinking converters with the consideration of unbalanced single-/three-phase ac MGs as well as power quality improvement. An integrated hierarchical distributed coordinated control approach is developed, which mainly consists of an up-layer event-triggered method of power sharing among MGs, and an event-triggered dynamic power flow routing approach to navigate the power flow among phas…
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ID31667942Published Date2020-03-01JournalHealth & social care in the community, 2020-03-01, Volume 28
Youth experiencing homelessness are a vulnerable population with increased behavioural health risks. Social networks are a consistent correlate of youths' substance use behaviours. However, less is known about the reciprocal relationships among these constructs. This study classified youth experiencing homelessness according to their social support network type (e.g. instrumental, emotional, service) and composition (e.g. family, peers, service staff) and linked their membership in these soci…
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ID31380689Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43), 2020-03-01, Volume 34
This study examines the ways in which collecting data from individuals versus couples affects the characteristics of the resulting sample in basic research studies of romantic relationships. From a nationally representative sample of 1,294 individuals in a serious romantic relationship, approximately half of whom were randomly selected to invite their partner to participate in the study, we compare relationship, individual, and demographic characteristics among 3 groups: individuals randomize…
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ID31318257Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of experimental psychology. General, 2020-03-01, Volume 149
When exposed to others' emotional responses, people often make rapid decisions as to whether these others are members of their group or not. These group categorization decisions have been shown to be extremely important to understanding group behavior. Yet, despite their prevalence and importance, we know very little about the attributes that shape these categorization decisions. To address this issue, we took inspiration from ensemble coding research and developed a task designed to reveal t…
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ID32048340Published Date2020-02-12JournalSuicide & life-threatening behavior, 2020-02-12
The present study sought to integrate minority stress theory (MST) and the interpersonal theory of suicide (ITS) to better understand high rates of suicide among sexual minority youth (SMY). To date, the ITS and MST have largely advanced independently from one another even though the research base for each theory contains gaps that the other theory may help fill.Using data from a national sample of 564 SMY (aged 12-24) recruited from an LGBTQ youth-focused suicide crisis prevention provider, …
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