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ID31839296Published Date2020-02-25JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-02-25, Volume 705
The frequency of Atlantic hurricanes has been predicted to increase significantly by the end of this century. Watershed disturbance initiated by hurricanes can alter dissolved organic matter (DOM) quantity and quality in source water dramatically. DOM is an important disinfection by-product (DBP) precursor, and thus hurricanes can have a significant impact on water treatability and drinking water safety. The interactions between land use and land cover (LULC) of a watershed and DBP formation …
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IDDOI:10.1177/0011128719869190Published Date2020-03-01JournalCrime & Delinquency, 2020-03-01, Volume 66
Moffitt’s social mimicry hypothesis states that the sudden rise in offending during adolescence is partly the result of adolescence-limited delinquents modeling the behavior of their life-course persistent peers. We test this hypothesis using social network data from 7,742 adolescents followed from 6th to 12th grades to consider whether having a persistently delinquent friend, especially one who used substances, predicted substance use initiation. Results indicated that although having a pers…
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Clinical Trial IDNCT04233606Start Date2020-03-01Completion Date2021-02-01PhaseN/AStudy TypeInterventionalStatusNot yet recruiting
The regulation of total body water that defines human hydration status is a complex and dynamic process. Current methods of assessing hydration status (e.g. hematologic and urinary analyses) lack the ability to track changes in hydration status in real-time due to whole-body homeostatic physiologic processes required to maintain central pressure and cardiovascular function. This project will address this problem by assessing the relationship between autonomic function (measured using heart ra…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0887403418812170Published Date2020-03-01JournalCriminal Justice Policy Review, 2020-03-01, Volume 31
Court systems have a unique and powerful impact on the lives of persons who enter into them. In recognition of some of the deleterious effects of traditional court models, scholars and practitioners advocate for alternative court processes, especially through the implementation of specialty courts. Family court is a type of specialized court, which handles legal disputes among family members. The stated mission of family courts reflects notions of therapeutic jurisprudence; however, scarce re…
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ID31892023Published Date2020-03-01JournalTalanta, 2020-03-01, Volume 209
Carbon nanodots (CNDs) offer potential applications in photocatalysis, optoelectronics, bio-imaging, and sensing due to their excellent photoluminescence (PL) properties, biocompatibility, aqueous solubility, and easy functionalization. Recent emphasis on CNDs in the selective detection of metal ions is due to the growing concern for human and environmental safety. In this work, two types of fluorescent carbon nanodots (CNDs) are synthesized economically from ethylene diamine (E-CNDs) or urea…
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IDDOI:10.1175/jcli-d-18-0885.1Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of Climate, 2020-03-01, Volume 33
Tropical cyclones (TCs) are an important source of precipitation for much of the eastern United States. However, our understanding of the spatiotemporal variability of tropical cyclone precipitation (TCP) and the connections to large-scale atmospheric circulation is limited by irregularly distributed rain gauges and short records of satellite measurements. To address this, we developed a new gridded (0.25° × 0.25°) publicly available dataset of TCP (1948–2015; Tropical Cyclone Precipitation D…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1089268019887716Published Date2020-03-01JournalReview of General Psychology, 2020-03-01, Volume 24
How people respond to positive and negative events is a basic question in psychology. Most theoretical accounts assume that the detrimental impact of negative life events is cumulative, resulting in a “more is more” effect. A similar assumption of “more is more” is typically used to predict the influence of multiple positive life events, people’s reactions to evaluative stimuli (e.g., an audience), and their judgments of consumer goods. In this article, we present a model that suggests that t…
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ID32047138Published Date2020-02-11JournalmBio, 2020-02-11, Volume 11
is a major opportunistic human pathogen. Multiple traits contribute to pathogenicity, including its ability to produce specific secondary metabolites, such as gliotoxin. Gliotoxin is known to inhibit the host immune response, and genetic mutants that inactivate gliotoxin biosynthesis (or secondary metabolism in general) attenuate virulence. The genome of , a very close nonpathogenic relative of , contains a biosynthetic gene cluster that is homologous to the gliotoxin cluster. However, is not…
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ID32046081Published Date2020-02-07JournalMolecules (Basel, Switzerland), 2020-02-07, Volume 25
GPR6 is an orphan G protein-coupled receptor that has been associated with the cannabinoid family because of its recognition of a sub-set of cannabinoid ligands. The high abundance of GPR6 in the central nervous system, along with high constitutive activity and a link to several neurodegenerative diseases make GPR6 a promising biological target. In fact, diverse research groups have demonstrated that GPR6 represents a possible target for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders such as Pa…
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ID32026258Published Date2020-02-05JournalMemory & cognition, 2020-02-05
Changes in stimulus features across episodes can lead to proactive interference. One potential way to avoid such interference is to detect and later recollect changes. The Memory-for-Change framework assumes that attention during encoding is necessary for detecting and later recollecting change. We tested this assumption in the current experiment by assessing the covariation of attention and change recollection in a large undergraduate sample (N=132). Participants studied a list of word pairs…
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