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Do We Still Need Peer Review? An Argument for Change by Thomas H. P. Gould

Michael J. Hughes
2015 portal: Libraries and the Academy  
portal: Reviews Do We Still Need Peer Review? An Argument for Change, Thomas H. P. Gould.  ...  Among those tilting at the windmill of reform is Thomas H. P. Gould, associate professor of mass communications at Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS.  ... 
doi:10.1353/pla.2015.0004 fatcat:ggjvvz3ikbcghisdbjo4oohbc4

The kinematics of local thick discs do not support an accretion origin

S. Comerón, H. Salo, J. H. Knapen, R. F. Peletier
2019 Astronomy and Astrophysics  
To do so, we observed a sample of eight nearby edge-on galaxies with the MUSE integral field unit at the VLT. Six of the galaxies have a distinct thick disc.  ...  Comerón et al.: The kinematics of local thick discs do not support an accretion origin Salo et al. (2015) .  ...  Furthermore, when small satellites are finally dissolved, they do so into structures that do not resemble a thick disc (Read et al. 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201833653 fatcat:n5b5cvm4tncvhlibnpxhnbn4qm

Do infants possess an evolved spider-detection mechanism?

David H. Rakison, Jaime Derringer
2008 Cognition  
Previous studies with various non-human animals have revealed that they possess an evolved predator recognition mechanism that specifies the appearance of recurring threats.  ...  H., & Derringer, J., Do infants possess an evolved spider-detection ..., Cognition (2007), doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2007.07.022 D.H. Rakison, J. Derringer / Cognition xxx (2007) xxx-xxx  ...  In contrast, if 5-month-olds do not have a perceptual template specifically for spiders, then following habituation to images of real spiders they should behave similarly to infants in Experiment 1.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2007.07.022 pmid:17825812 fatcat:gaqeelrr6jhurl4r2ijfjcgery

Do Binary Hard Disks Exhibit an Ideal Glass Transition?

Aleksandar Donev, Frank H. Stillinger, Salvatore Torquato
2006 Physical Review Letters  
Thus the configurational entropy cannot be zero for an ideal amorphous glass, presumed distinct from the crystal in numerous theoretical and numerical estimates in the literature.  ...  We demonstrate that there is no ideal glass transition in a binary hard-disk mixture by explicitly constructing an exponential number of jammed packings with densities spanning the spectrum from the accepted  ...  Lower-density jammed packings also exist [14] ; however, they do not have thermodynamic significance and thus our simulations do not generate them.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.96.225502 pmid:16803319 fatcat:pvyeijjt5nhkxedtjt6lr5xuie

Who do we tip and why? An empirical investigation

Ofer H. Azar
2005 Applied Economics  
An important question about social norms is whether they are created to increase welfare; I address it by examining the characteristics of tipped and non-tipped occupations.  ...  In addition to being a case study that can provide insights about social norms in general, tipping is an important social norm from an economic perspective.  ...  The social norm of tipping provides an interesting case study in this important debate.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00036840500119018 fatcat:yj5ei7kxb5hbbl4dlvh2i7bksi

How to do it ... be an examiner

H A Dudley
1979 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
To do so is boring, but may expose, for example, that one or more of your questions is outside the ken of 95 % of the examinees.  ...  Your own self-image may be of a person as mild as milk, and your view of an oral that it is an exploration of what the candidate knows in an endeavour to lift him up over the examination hurdle.  ...  Hozv to do it .*. . Be an examiner H A F DUDLEY British Medical table.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.6161.471 pmid:427412 pmcid:PMC1597725 fatcat:ldtwfxtnvffalk34ebsrcljqie

Where Do I Start? [chapter]

Bruce W. Newton, Jay H. Menna, Patrick W. Tank
2008 How to Become an Effective Course Director  
In-Home Behavioral Services Sometimes a child will do something over and over that bothers other people or harms the child.  ...  In-Home Therapy can help your child and family to • resolve conflicts; • learn new ways to do things; • make new routines; • set limits; and • find community resources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-84905-8_5 fatcat:4q4qhok3pbcztgvcgqtvpms6ju

An Attempt to Do Without Dark Matter

William H. Kinney, Martina Brisudova
2006 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences  
We introduce a simple hypothesis to do away with the necessity for dark matter by introducing an additional non-gravitational force coupled to baryon number as a charge.  ...  The model ultimately fails when confronted with observation, but it fails in an interesting way.  ...  The constant a 0 can be determined from rotation curve data, with the "standard" value being a 0 = 1.1 × 10 −10 h 70 m/s 2 , (6) where h 70 is the value of the Hubble constant H 0 in units of 70 km/sec  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05627.x fatcat:vjan4kh7cjgcxiwt65ldn2pesy

An Address on What Shall I Do About It?

A H Gordon
1929 Canadian Medical Association Journal  
ZINSSER, H., AND GRINNELL, F. B., J. Immunol. 10: 725, 1925. 31 . SWIFT, H. F., DERICK, C. L., AND HITCIICOCK, C. H., J. A?n. M. Ass. 90: 906, 1928 . 32. ZINSSER, H., Bull. New York Acad.  ...  When my patient has an ailment of the nature of which I am in doubt, "What shall I do about it?"  ... 
pmid:20317284 pmcid:PMC1710648 fatcat:2mzel7vrjbeblmpzkbsh2nzvxu

What Do Russian Managers Really Do? An Observational Study with Comparisons to U.S. Managers

Fred Luthans, Dianne H. B. Welsh, Stuart A. Rosenkrantz
1993 Journal of International Business Studies  
These studies were aimed at answering the questions, What do managers do, what do successful managers do, and what do effective managers do?  ...  Rather, this is an exploratory descriptive study to begin to answer the question of what Russian managers do in this one factory at this point in time.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8490253 fatcat:cyrirbkfqvgydebkqb76p3p5zu

House dust mites in Brazil - an annotated bibliography

Raquel S Binotti, João RO Muniz, Ilma A Paschoal, Angelo P do Prado, Celso H Oliveira
2001 Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz  
., originating from an environment other than that of the home, such as gardens, in the case of phytophagus mites of the families Eriophyidae and Tetranychidae.  ...  An immunological study on the mite Blomia kulagini in Brazilian patients. Rev Bras Alerg Imunopatol 11: A111. Croce M, Manso ERC, Sales JM, Baggio D, Croce J, Diniz M, Marques MC 1988c.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0074-02762001000800027 fatcat:je7iewefwfallglxghoewctoza

Do policymakers' distributional desires lead to an inflationary bias?

Francesco Lippi, Otto H. Swank
1996 Journal of Policy Modeling  
From this section, it emerges that macroeconomic outcomes have distributional effects, but that distributional motives alone do not imply an inflationary bias.  ...  The first claim is essentially an empirical matter.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0161-8938(95)00024-0 fatcat:xxoned3a4fgnlcksdmlhkekbdq

Do Relational Goods Raise Well-Being? An Econometric Analysis

Simona Rasciute, Paul Downward, William H Greene
2017 Eastern Economic Journal  
In the former case this is achieved by disaggregating the results according to age and gender that do not have an obvious relational dimension but are factors that are likely to affect participation through  ...  This shows that the distribution of probabilities of the possible outcomes has changed, known as the single-crossing feature, and means that coefficient signs do not necessarily convey the direction of  ... 
doi:10.1057/eej.2015.46 fatcat:hcx23kigfbfk3gr5uav3h7n7ze

Do family doctors have an obligation to facilitate research?

J. Ives, H. Draper, S. Damery, S. Wilson
2009 Family Practice  
Ives J, Draper H, Damery S and Wilson S. Do family doctors have an obligation to facilitate research? Family Practice 2009; 26: 543-548.  ...  In the third of a series of articles examining ethical issues in primary care research, we argue that family doctors, when considering what they ought to do in relation to research, have a positive obligation  ...  A reluctance to participate in research is not necessarily an ethical failure to recognize an obligation to do so.  ... 
doi:10.1093/fampra/cmp045 pmid:19589883 fatcat:rkgm2knsenfo3bekwybck7xvxa

H antigen presence in an Ascaris lumbricoides extract

Patricia Ponce de León, Patricia Foresto, Juana Valverde
2005 Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de São Paulo  
The aim was to show the behavior of an A. lumbricoides extract from an O Group patient against monoclonal antibodies of different specificities.  ...  The extract only inhibited the agglutination of anti H 2.72 with O erythrocytes.  ...  This experience has demonstrated the presence of H Antigen in an A. lumbricoides extract from O Group patient.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0036-46652005000300008 pmid:16021290 fatcat:clfx4lvukvbxjb3baaat3diqty
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