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ID32156664Published Date2020-06-01JournalBone, 2020-06-01, Volume 135
Mechanical loads exerted on the skeleton during activities such as walking are important regulators of bone repair, but dynamic biomechanical signals are difficult to measure inside the body. The inability to measure the mechanical environment in injured tissues is a significant barrier to developing integrative regenerative and rehabilitative strategies that can accelerate recovery from fracture, segmental bone loss, and spinal fusion. Here we engineered an implantable strain sensor platform…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1077800419836690Published Date2020-06-01JournalQualitative Inquiry, 2020-06-01, Volume 26
Can phenomenological approaches to experience allow me to attend to not just the human experience but also the material discursive forces that are a part of the shifting, moving network of agents at work in a phenomenon? Focusing on the material structures of experience means not asking what materiality is, but rather asking what it is doing in the context of an intra-active phenomena. In this article, I consider what possibilities for data gathering and analysis are opened if I think the Hus…
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ID32170525Published Date2020-06-01JournalJournal of abnormal child psychology, 2020-06-01, Volume 48
Family research in the field of ASD has focused on describing the impact of child challenges on parents, usually mothers, and given little attention to the ways in which mothers and fathers reciprocally influence the development of the child with ASD. The current study examined the direction of effects between the emotional quality of the mother-child and father-child relationships and the child's severity of ASD symptoms and emotional and behavioral problems across three time points spanning…
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Award Number1947040Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-06-01Expiration Date2022-05-31Funding Amount$254,782
Antarctica?s native animals face increasing stressors from warming oceans. A key unanswered question is how Antarctic life will respond. If warmer waters contribute to fish disease susceptibility, then iconic Antarctic predators they support, including penguins, seals, and killer whales, will suffer. A recent scientific cruise on the Antarctic peninsula encountered a population of crowned notothen fish that were plagued by pink, wart-like tumors that covered 10% to 30% of the body surface on …
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IDDOI:10.1177/1063426618806258Published Date2020-06-01JournalJournal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 2020-06-01, Volume 28
This study reports results of a randomized, controlled trial examining the efficacy of the Family Check-Up (FCU) initiated during kindergarten on teacher report of children’s emotional and behavior problems in first and second grade. Children’s emotional and behavior needs and the receipt of special services in school at pretest were examined as moderators. Participants were primary caregivers and teachers of 365 children in early elementary school. Using an intent-to-treat approach, results …
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IDDOI:10.1177/0160449x19835041Published Date2020-06-01JournalLabor Studies Journal, 2020-06-01, Volume 45
A total of 16 percent of hourly workers and 36 percent of workers paid on some other basis experience unstable work schedules due to irregular, on-call, rotating, or split shifts, which negatively impact workers’ ability to manage family responsibilities, finances, and health. Primarily drawing on data from in-depth interviews conducted in Oregon in 2016, this study expands research on how workers navigate through “bad jobs” by exploring the ways in which they respond in an attempt to manage …
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ID32037740Published Date2020-06-01JournalPediatric obesity, 2020-06-01, Volume 15
Executive functioning (EF) difficulties may be associated with problems regulating eating behaviours. Few studies have evaluated this question in youth using diverse measures of EF or objective measures of energy intake.The current study used neuropsychological tasks and a laboratory test meal to evaluate the links between EF and youth's disinhibited eating patterns. Two-hundred-five nontreatment seeking youth (M age = 13.1 ± 2.8 years; M BMIz = 0.6 ± 1.0; 33.2% overweight; 54.1% female) comp…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1540796919872210Published Date2020-06-01JournalResearch and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 2020-06-01, Volume 45
We summarize three changes in education that have direct relevance for the education of students with severe disabilities: (a) adoption of multi-tiered system of supports as a framework for intervention, (b) delivering educational reform at the “whole school” level, and (c) advances in information technology that are altering the type and utility of data available not just for policy making but for day-to-day decision making in schools. The opportunities that arise from these three changes ho…
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ID32219605Published Date2020-06-01JournalJournal of abnormal child psychology, 2020-06-01, Volume 48
This study examined the associations between internalizing and externalizing symptoms during early adolescence and the subsequent development of Major Depressive Disorder. The role that temperament plays in predisposing individuals to these particular pathways was also examined. Temperament at approximately age 12 was used to produce a risk-enriched subsample of 243 (124 female) participants. Data was collected in four waves over 6-7 years roughly corresponding to ages 13, 15, 17 and 19. Part…
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Award Number2003526Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-06-01Expiration Date2024-05-31Funding Amount$569,941
In this project funded by the Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry Program in the Division of Chemistry, Professor Geraldine L. Richmond of the Department of Chemistry at University of Oregon, Eugene is studying molecular factors that contribute to nanoemulsion formation and stabilization by surfactants and polymers. Nanoemulsions are a class of colloids - mixture where a one component is suspended as tiny particles in another substance. Milk is an example of a colloid as small bu…
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