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Archives for Scholarship: The Washington Extraordinary Congress of the International Council on Archives

Morris Rieger
1967 The American Archivist  
Thereafter more than a year was spent in the detailed prepara- The author was a member of the Organizing Committee of the Congress on which he reports in this paper.  ...  This essential requirement (and certain other basic costs) were met by a substantial grant from the Council on Library Resources, Inc., whose enlightened understanding of the great potential value of the  ...  of American history.  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.30.1.hn7x55j0283h01l2 fatcat:xj2wtevjqvchph3durod7n2iry

New Sources for Comparative Social Science: Historical Population Panel Data From East Asia

Hao Dong, Cameron Campbell, Satomi Kurosu, Wenshan Yang, James Z. Lee
2015 Demography  
In recent decades, social demographers, historians, and economic historians have compiled and made available a large number of micro-level data sets of historical populations for North America and Europe  ...  In a similar spirit, we introduce five new microlevel historical panel data sets from  ...  Acknowledgments Earlier versions of this article have been presented at workshops at the California Center for Population Research, UCLA, the School of Humanities and Social Science at HKUST, as well as  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13524-015-0397-y pmid:26001625 pmcid:PMC4789298 fatcat:x556rvrttvfcnlmphepjqo3sz4

The evolution of utility functions and psychological altruism

Christine Clavien, Michel Chapuisat
2016 Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences  
We discuss the contribution of mathematical models to our understanding of human other-oriented behavior, with a focus on the classical debate over psychological altruism.  ...  a preference for the common welfare that is only expressed in social contexts composed of individuals with similar preferences.  ...  They compare the evolutionary success of competing typesdi.e. behavioral rules endowed by individualsdin well-defined environmental settings.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.shpsc.2015.10.008 pmid:26598465 fatcat:oyaw37ojbvbpzl3pqz56lky7ha

Perceptions of Foreign Language Anxiety with Non-English Majors: A Case Study in a Chinese University

Zhang Ying
2017 British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science  
The present study examines the perceptions of foreign language anxiety with 50 non-English majors in a Chinese university.  ...  their foreign language anxiety and a semi-structured interview was conducted to 5 students of each level to acquire their perceptions and reasons behind perceptions.  ...  Ellis [12] has stated that anxiety can be divided into two typesi.e., facilitating anxiety and debilitating anxiety.  ... 
doi:10.9734/bjesbs/2017/31470 fatcat:nrnfjp2lgrbrxgk22lpotcm4ca

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Epigenetic Changes A Challenge

R. P. Kalsait
2021 Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications  
Apart from the two main typesi.e., type I and II the third type is GDM occurs or observed in pregnant women, without history of DM before.  ...  ., a gene is silenced not to response to a specific environmental signal; it can spread through the large stretches of DNA.  ... 
doi:10.21786/bbrc/14.6.53 fatcat:n6fi2mtat5hcfgoz24afzx7ddy

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Epigenetic Changes A Challenge

R. P. Kalsait
2021 Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications  
Apart from the two main typesi.e., type I and II the third type is GDM occurs or observed in pregnant women, without history of DM before.  ...  ., a gene is silenced not to response to a specific environmental signal; it can spread through the large stretches of DNA.  ... 
doi:10.21786/bbrc/14.6.58 fatcat:fzu72mwo75hmjox6vgjs6nvnfu

Emerging infectious disease, the household built environment characteristics, and urban planning: Evidence on avian influenza in Vietnam

James H. Spencer, Melissa L. Finucane, Jefferson M. Fox, Sumeet Saksena, Nargis Sultana
2020 Landscape and Urban Planning  
Findings of our multivariate logistic regressions suggest that a non-linear, Kuznets-shaped urban transition (Spencer, 2013) has an independent effect on the outbreak of HPAI, especially as it relates  ...  HPAI) among poultry in a developing country: Vietnam.  ...  We are also in debt to the contributions of Bruce Wilcox, Ian Pagano, David Marasco and others for their contributions to the larger research project. Any errors are ours alone.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2019.103681 pmid:32287618 pmcid:PMC7125512 fatcat:7f6unwdwuzgtvlzu2az6isklnu

Relationship between Number of Muscles, Behavioral Repertoire Size, and Encephalization in Mammals

MARK A CHANGIZI
2003 Journal of Theoretical Biology  
This is analogous to the addition of new words in a language.  ...  If this were the case, then although each behavior is built out of many muscles, behavior is not built in a combinatorial fashion out of muscles.  ...  For example, if A and B are the only muscle typesFi.e. C ¼ 2Fand L ¼ 4, then there are 2 4 ¼ 16 possible behavior types, namely AAAA, AAAB, AABA, AABB, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jtbi.2003.3125 pmid:12468289 fatcat:iu5sqvnd6fev7o5g6vklbrbz4m

Collectivist Ideals and Soviet Consumer Spaces: Mikrorayon Commercial Centres in Vilnius, Lithuania and Tallinn, Estonia [chapter]

Matas Šiupšinskas, Epp Lankots
2019 The Urban Book Series  
Mikrorayon centres also represented a novel type of urban space.  ...  The study shows how the architectural form and visual aesthetic of the centres had a specific role in this.  ...  Based on the size of the city and its level of importance, infrastructures of different sizes and typesi.e. hotels, theatres, service centres-were planned and financed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-23392-1_14 fatcat:qzorlyxa55hwzi47yacqiv36ja

What determines whether faces are special?

Chang Hong Liu, Avi Chaudhuri
2003 Visual Cognition  
For example, a number of opinions are based on whether there is an innate face module, some on whether face perception is merely a matter of expertise, and some on whether different stimulus typesÐi.e.  ...  This is certainly a difficult task because there are few objects that can be compared to faces in terms of their importance in ontogenetic history.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13506280244000050 fatcat:za4grpr3ibhwhmi5mitlpmmlr4

Dynamic light scattering distributions by any means

Natalia Farkas, John A. Kramar
2021 Journal of nanoparticle research  
Through the measurement of monomodal nanoparticle samples having an extensive range of sizes (5 to 250 nm) and polydispersity, we similarly demonstrate that the default outputs of a frequently used DLS  ...  AbstractDynamic light scattering (DLS) is an essential technique for nanoparticle size analysis and has been employed extensively for decades, but despite its long history and popularity, the choice of  ...  The authors also acknowledge insightful discussions with John A. Dagata (NIST). Author contribution N.F. conceived the study and performed the measurements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11051-021-05220-6 fatcat:7zu4u5y5azgspdnpmosfaszddm

Different kinds of research shoppers, different cognitive-affective consequences

Nuria Viejo-Fernández, María José Sanzo-Pérez, Rodolfo Vázquez-Casielles
2019 Spanish Journal of Marketing-ESIC  
The purpose of this study is to determine the possible moderating effect of each of these behaviors from a cognitive-affective perspective.  ...  Design/methodology/approach -The proposed theoretical framework was applied to a sample of 636 mobile phone users.  ...  Conclusions The goal of the present study was to determine whether research shopping and its basic typesi.e. webrooming and showroominghad a moderating effect on the intensity of the relationship between  ... 
doi:10.1108/sjme-09-2018-0040 fatcat:kchaeqcconeipgebsxjlfkl6qe

Guidelines for media resources in academic libraries: A draft

Kristine Brancolini, Rick Provine
2019 College & research libraries news  
to a totally new society, and collection development challenges for libraries of all types.S p e a k e r s : Charles Dambach, CEO, National Peace Corps Association; Diane Quick, W omen's Commission for  ...  Media resources may be unique information sources-oral/visual histories, classroom observations, sim ula tions, clinical diagnostic techniques.  ...  ANSS Tour ANSS will sponsor its customary tour of a local research library. This year, proximity to the Smithsonian means a rich array of resources await us. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.59.5.357 fatcat:i3m6pbmdtvf25oog6l2wb4m2ea

Coordination Frictions and Job Heterogeneity: A Discrete Time Analysis

John R. Kennes, Daniel le Maire
2010 Social Science Research Network  
First, we o¤er a robust equilibrium concept in which there is a continuous dispersion of job productivities and wages.  ...  We derive a number of new theoretical results, which are essential for the empirical application of this type of model to matched employer-employee microdata.  ...  The …rst major result of this paper is that the JKK framework can be readily extended to include a general and continuous menu of job typesi.e. two continuous functions giving the productivity of each  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1588066 fatcat:u5o53xduxbhghntpw2huiscrw4

The Younger Dryas impact hypothesis: A requiem

Nicholas Pinter, Andrew C. Scott, Tyrone L. Daulton, Andrew Podoll, Christian Koeberl, R. Scott Anderson, Scott E. Ishman
2011 Earth-Science Reviews  
, and sometimes defying the laws of j o u r n a l h o m e p a g e : w w w. e l s ev i e r. c o m / l o c a t e / e a rs c i rev physics.  ...  , extinction of Pleistocene megafauna, demise of the Clovis archeological culture, and a range of other effects.  ...  Kennett et al. (2008 Kennett et al. ( , 2009b report that carbon spherules were found in, and only in, the basal layer of their Arlington Canyon typesectioni.e., in their inferred YDB unit.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.02.005 fatcat:2dirltpmdzdkfg5msguwjznsoe
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