158
158
183
183
226
226
303
303
330
330
347
347
446
446
537
537
539
539
223
223
2020
2011
University (7.2K)Research Institution (671)Company (109)Hospital (64)Foundation (62)Other (16)Investor (1)
1 - 10 of 7,226
Sort by
Publication
IDDOI:10.1177/1555458920910771Published Date2020-06-01JournalJournal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 2020-06-01, Volume 23
Trauma-informed school practices require enactment of trauma-informed principles including prioritizing students’ physical and psychological safety, connection, cultural responsiveness, and student empowerment. These principles frequently challenge teachers’ preexisting beliefs about rules, consequences, and the intention behind student behaviors. In this case, an early career principal must address the actions of several teachers who chose to reinstate a previously existing seclusion room th…
Publication
ID32345907Published Date2020-06-01JournalHealth physics, 2020-06-01, Volume 118
In the current climate of increased global terrorism, the threat of a radiological incident is becoming more realistic than ever, and as such, the necessity of early-warning detection is paramount to national security. To assist with this need, we have investigated the detection of uncharged particle emissions from radiological sources using charged-coupled devices (CCDs), which are contained within a variety of products, including consumer cellphones and traffic cameras. Because the CCD is i…
Publication
ID30368558Published Date2020-06-01JournalPsychological research, 2020-06-01, Volume 84
Categorization decisions are made thousands of times every day, and a typical adult knows tens of thousands of categories. It is thus relatively rare that adults learn new categories without somehow reorganizing pre-existing knowledge. Yet, most perceptual categorization research has investigated the ability to learn new categories without considering they relation to existing knowledge. In this article, we test the ability of young adults to merge already known categories into new categories…
Publication
ID32135325Published Date2020-06-01JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-06-01, Volume 719
Hypoxia, a condition of low dissolved oxygen concentration, is a widespread problem in marine and freshwater ecosystems. To date, prevention and mitigation of hypoxia has centered on nutrient reduction to prevent eutrophication. However, nutrient reduction is often slow and sometimes insufficient to remedy hypoxia. We investigate the utility of a complementary strategy of pumping oxygenated surface water to depth, termed induced downwelling, as a technique to remedy hypoxia in the bottom wate…
Publication
ID32135308Published Date2020-06-01JournalMolecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2020-06-01, Volume 147
The Amelanchier-Malacomeles-Peraphyllum (AMP) clade consists of ca. 26 species distributed in North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and northwestern Africa. While molecular and morphological data strongly support this clade, relationships of its genera are uncertain. Support for the monophyly of Amelanchier and for the phylogenetic positions of Malacomeles and Peraphyllum has varied between studies. Our goals were to reconstruct a robust phylogeny of the AMP clade in the framework of Malea…
Research Grant
Award Number2002483Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-06-01Expiration Date2023-05-31Funding Amount$333,031
This project broadly seeks to develop a Holocene-length hydroclimate record from the Mt. Hunter (Alaska) ice core archive and evaluate North Pacific hydroclimate variability in context with existing paleoclimate data and models. This project is motivated in part by recent observational and modeling studies that demonstrate a connection between Pacific multidecadal variability and Arctic warming during the early 20th century and since the 1970s. The impact of Pacific multidecadal variability o…
Research Grant
Award Number1948675Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-06-01Expiration Date2023-05-31Funding Amount$321,817
This project will examine the interaction of a stratified coastal plume with a cape, using a combined observational and modeling approach. High-resolution shipboard surveys and moored instrumentation near Point Reyes, CA, will measure the circulation and evolution of the San Francisco Bay Plume under a range of wind and river discharge conditions. Combined numerical model simulations and observations will quantify the dynamical balances and residence times of the Plume downstream of the Cape.…
Publication
ID32449387Published Date2020-05-25JournalHealth promotion practice, 2020-05-25
Refugee-specific nutrition and cooking curricula addressing dietary acculturation barriers to food security are limited. A cooking curriculum was culturally adapted for Burundian and Congolese refugees to address their unique dietary acculturation experiences. A four-phase curriculum adaptation process (information gathering [literature review, researcher informed, and formative interviews; = 18], preliminary adaptation design [data incorporation and steering committee; = 5], pilot testing [ …
Publication
ID32441579Published Date2020-05-22JournalPlant disease, 2020-05-22
Potato common scab is an important soilborne disease worldwide that can significantly reduce the quality and economic values of potato. The disease is caused by multiple species of , which are not well controlled due to lack of effective strategies. has been recently identified as a dominant species causing potato common scab in Inner Mongolia, China. This study was focused on screening and characterizing antagonists for biological control against pathogenic . Bacterial strain PBSH9 was isola…
Publication
ID32437180Published Date2020-05-21JournalThe American psychologist, 2020-05-21
Psychologists are in a position to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic through research, practice, education, and advocacy. However, concerns exist about the ethical implications associated with transitioning from face-to-face to online or virtual formats as necessitated by stay-at-home orders designed to enforce the social distancing required to flatten the curve of new COVID-19 cases. The purpose of this article is to review potential ethical issues and to provide guidance to psychologists for…
We found 7,226 documents that match your Search
Research Grants: 1,376
Publications: 5,502
Patents: 259
Clinical Trials: 5
Web Documents: 84

Wellspring Search is the world's most comprehensive collection of enriched content about emerging and licensable technology innovations.


Already a member? Sign in