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Award Number1926454Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-09-01Expiration Date2021-08-31Funding Amount$29,622
Disturbances such as fire, storms, and insect outbreaks change the physical structure of forests and affect growth rates. Severe disturbances often reduce forest growth rates; these events are well-studied but rare. Most disturbances are more moderate and can boost growth rates by reshaping forest canopies to increase light capture and carbon uptake. Ecosystem models often fail to predict forest responses to moderate disturbances. This is partly because they rely on simplistic concepts of for…
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ID31228254Published Date2019-09-01JournalAmerican journal of physical anthropology, 2019-09-01, Volume 170
The femoral remains recovered from the Lesedi Chamber are among the most complete South African fossil hominin femora discovered to date and offer new and valuable insights into the anatomy and variation of the bone in Homo naledi. While the femur is one of the best represented postcranial elements in the H. naledi assemblage from the Dinaledi Chamber, the fragmentary and commingled nature of the Dinaledi femoral remains has impeded the assessment of this element in its complete state.Here we…
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ID30854675Published Date2019-09-01JournalThe British journal of clinical psychology, 2019-09-01, Volume 58
Individuals with active major depressive disorder (MDD) have shown affective biases in cognitive flexibility and memory, particularly for negatively valenced stimuli. We evaluated whether impairments in affective flexibility would remain even during remission (rMDD), potentially representing trait- or scar-like effects of illness.Participants completed the Emotion Card Sort Test (ECST), a measure of cognitive flexibility containing emotionally valenced stimuli, and the Emotion Word Stimulus T…
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ID31427505Published Date2019-08-19JournalProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2019-08-19
Personality distinctions between entrepreneurs, nonfounder CEOs/leaders, and inventor employees have received limited attention, especially in innovative settings where they are working together. We surveyed these groups, along with other employees of innovative firms, at 4 locations of a prominent innovation and coworking center. Entrepreneurs display the greatest tolerance of risk, even in small gambles, as well as the strongest self-efficacy, internal locus of control, and need for achieve…
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ID31415217Published Date2019-08-15JournalMedical anthropology, 2019-08-15
In this article, I explore how ethnicity codes are used in a prenatal trial in the United Kingdom. Here, ethnicity codes are generative objects that relationally cohere across staff, surveys and pregnant participants to create racial improvisations. I examine the origins and adaptations of ethnicity codes across three ethnographic and historical cases at micro and macro scales. The is a window into the movements, negotiations and temporality of racialization in clinical practice. By conceivin…
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ID31401068Published Date2019-08-08JournalMolecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2019-08-08, Volume 140
Epischura (Calanoida: Temoridae) is a Holarctic group of copepods serving important ecological roles, but it is difficult to study because of small range sizes of individual species and widespread distribution of the genus. This genus includes Tertiary relicts, some endemic to single, isolated lakes and can play major roles in unique ecosystems like Lakes Baikal and Tahoe. We present the first molecular and morphological analysis of Epischura that reveals their spatio-temporal evolutionary hi…
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ID31390135Published Date2019-08-07JournalBiochemistry and molecular biology education : a bimonthly publication of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2019-08-07
Just as students undergo "learning progressions" in moving from naivety to mastery of biochemical topics, faculty experience "teaching progressions" as they experiment with pedagogy, listen to students' feedback, and become members of a community of educators. An important element of both teaching and learning is assessment. Good assessment tools reflect the value we place on thoughtful instruction and in-depth thinking. © 2019 International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2019.
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ID31390015Published Date2019-08-07JournalThe Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism, 2019-08-07
Pituitary lesions consistent with microadenomas are increasingly discovered by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Sparse data are available on the long-term clinical and imaging course of such lesions in children.The aim of this study was to define the clinical and imaging course of pituitary lesions representing or possibly representing non-functioning microadenomas in children to guide clinical management.Retrospective observational study.The clinical data warehouse at a tertiary care academ…
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ID30910341Published Date2019-08-01JournalEconomics and human biology, 2019-08-01, Volume 34
The prevalence of childhood obesity in the United States has more than tripled over the last four decades from 5 percent in 1978 to 18.5 percent in 2016. There is evidence for a break in trend in recent years: after growing from 0.4 to 0.7 percentage point per year between 1978 and 2004, the rate of increase has slowed to 0.1 percentage point per year from 2004 to 2016. To better understand these trends, in this paper we analyze a range of datasets that collect information on childhood obesit…
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ID31343812Published Date2019-07-25JournalBiochemistry and molecular biology education : a bimonthly publication of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2019-07-25
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