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Are You Infected?

Charles R. Denham
2009 Journal of patient safety  
who captures the essence of what our hospital leaders need to hire, reward, Are You Infected?  ...  In conclusion, both HAIs and leadership are contagious. We can tap the power of the human spirit, and our values, and leverage the force magnifier of social networks.  ...  It is in the fulfillment of this mission that they make the gift of these articles to you in your pursuit of your quality journey.  ... 
doi:10.1097/pts.0b013e3181b61b80 pmid:19920454 fatcat:ben4kiulvvbp3ol6jfrzawakc4

Situational Recommender: Are You On the Spot, Refining Plans, or Just Bored?

Sruthi Viswanathan, Cecile Boulard, Adrien Bruyat, Antonietta Maria Grasso
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
When people engage in urban exploration, the tool they are most likely to use today is a mobile phone.  ...  Based on the similarities and differences of these three situations in five observed underlying constraints -distance of interest, engagement threshold, ambiguity of the search, profile matching, and other  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank all our participants for sharing their experiences with us, providing valuable feedback, devoting their time, and enthusiasm.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3501909 fatcat:4gbmd4z6ufetbhcleyzvuo3l4e

Who Are You? Africa and Africans [chapter]

Brent D. Shaw
2014 A Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean  
This is the third revised version of a chapter that is being prepared for the Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean.  ...  Not only did he recruit from down on the social ladder in Italy, he recruited heavily among 'ethnic' peoples in Africa.  ...  interacted with the state.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118834312.ch35 fatcat:nztaxbprx5ckhajgoazcl5hdlq

Are you looking at me? Mu suppression modulation by facial expression direction

Noga S. Ensenberg, Anat Perry, Hillel Aviezer
2016 Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience  
Mirroring activity increased as a function of social relevance such that expressions turning toward the viewer resulted in increased sensorimotor activation (i.e., stronger mu suppression) compared to  ...  While the importance of expression directionality is intuitive and commonplace, the neural mechanisms underlying this phenomenon are largely unknown.  ...  Shlomo Bentin who sadly was killed in a car accident before the completion of this work.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13415-016-0470-z pmid:27722836 fatcat:hmx75arzinb65jb4bdgzs546pi

"Feel That You Are Doing Something": Participatory Culture Civics

Neta Kligler-Vilenchik, Sangita Shresthova
2014 Conjunctions Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation  
Young people's civic engagement through online communities and peer networks has received increased at- tention in recent years.  ...  Building on our analysis, we propose that both organizations engage in "Participatory Culture Civics" (PCC) as they support organized collective action towards civic goals, while building on the affordances  ...  blog and vlog (video blog) have been central vehicles for interacting with their participants. Both channels are run by HPA volunteers, with contributors recruited from a wide base of members.  ... 
doi:10.7146/tjcp.v1i1.18604 fatcat:m4n2ttejyrfjjnbxpwpk2gltfq

Can You Make Better Decisions If You Are Bilingual?

Alena Kirova, Jose Camacho
2021 Languages  
Moreover, higher proficiency in Spanish significantly improved the rate of correct responses, indicating that our results are more consistent with the cognitive overload hypothesis.  ...  First, the cognitive enhancement hypothesis states that lower proficiency in the FL leads to more deliberate processing, reducing the framing bias.  ...  We also thank the anonymous reviewers who generously de-voted time and made thoughtful comments on previous versions. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/languages6010043 fatcat:gvrsmkzy7vgfnktykrtl7s4lz4

Are You Aware? Context Effects on Emotional Ratings

Jessica Rae Cabral, Connie Shears
2010 Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research  
Participants were required to ship units labeled as "regular" within two task-days (4 min in real time), and units labeled as "rush order" within one task-day (2 min in real time). Rule 3.  ...  Orders fi rst appeared in the "queue, " which was a waiting list of orders not yet accepted. Participants were required to accept orders from the queue within one task day (2 min in real time).  ...  Each hour interval in the task was equivalent to 15 s in real time, and each day in the task was equivalent to 2 min in real time.  ... 
doi:10.24839/1089-4136.jn15.2.43 fatcat:3l44ynnv2fb6djcdgi2pm7by7q

'If you are having a go at me, I am going to have a go at you': the changing nature of social relationships of bank work under performance management

Knut Laaser
2016 Work, Employment and Society  
Over the last three decades work and employment in the private and public sector are increasingly subject to marketisation processes.  ...  This article illustrates how the social and moral texture of the social relationships between branch workers and their managers deteriorated after the implementation of PMS, resulting in the rise of hostile  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Ian Clark, Chris Forde and the three anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments. Knut  ... 
doi:10.1177/0950017015617686 fatcat:x7d55uom5jan5bvsltg6aodgyq

"Time Slows Down Whenever You Are Around" for Women but Not for Men

Joana Arantes, Margarida Pinho, John Wearden, Pedro Barbas Albuquerque
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
The major aim of this research is to study time perception and attraction in a realistic social scenario, by investigating if changes in subjective time measured during a speed dating are associated with  ...  Such changes may reflect evolutionary adaptations which make the human cognitive system more responsive in situations related to reproductive fitness.  ...  This seems to be consistent with the idea that "time flies when you are having fun."  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.641729 pmid:33889113 pmcid:PMC8056007 fatcat:myaqubqztrcededjafkjmr5r4m

Are You Sitting Comfortably? Perspectives of the Researchers and the Researched on "Being Comfortable"

Norma Morris, Brian Balmer
2006 Accountability in Research  
The bias of volunteer concerns, which is understandable in terms of the different situations of researchers and volunteers and the different tensions they create, has potential implications for the engagement  ...  In a study of volunteers in medical research we found contrasting readings of "being comfortable" by the volunteer research subjects and the researchers.  ...  We acknowledge with thanks the support of the UK Economic and Social Research Council, who funded the work (Grant No: RES-000-22-0093).  ... 
doi:10.1080/08989620600654019 pmid:16827215 fatcat:gh7zvjwdyzgshmjccsmeltcylm

Dr. Steven Pinker Shares Why People Are Better Off Than You Might Think

Bradley Cannon
2020 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
As psychologists we understand the human experience is a product of our biology, environment, and social interactions.  ...  He says, "I really do think that we're studying something basic about the human cognitive system. At least, I hope it's something basic about the human cognitive system."  ...  The rocks are free to the public who need a little kindness.  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-9812.eye24.4.44 fatcat:lhosmcw7evedtlov3qzblqc4dq

Are You "Tilting at Windmills" or Undertaking a Valid Clinical Trial?

John D. Steeves, Jose Zariffa, John L.K. Kramer
2011 Yonsei medical journal  
In its first human phase 1 clinical trials in March 2006, it caused severe inflammatory reactions and catastrophic systemic organ failure in all of the 6 healthy subjects who received the humanized monoclonal  ...  As a result, some chronic studies have a broader time range for the recruitment of subjects with varying survival times.  ... 
doi:10.3349/ymj.2011.52.5.701 pmid:21786433 pmcid:PMC3159939 fatcat:lpodnr7ci5ae5jb5yzvf3qkws4

Postgraduate research students: You are the future of the Academy

Eddie Blass, Anne Jasman, Steve Shelley
2012 Futures : The journal of policy, planning and futures studies  
This paper explores the changing role of the university developed and changed over time, and how this is likely to change further in the next 25 years.  ...  The paper highlights the danger of a divide occurring between the idea of the university and the notion of the Academy in the future, and the essential role that research students will play in ensuring  ...  and engage in practice based research and qualifications, Mode 2, 'just in time' knowledge production.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.futures.2011.09.009 fatcat:qjzjnkz5w5fuvd2iqjafpmmxsa

Transformation is what you expect, models are what you get: REDD+ and models in conservation and development

Adeniyi Asiyanbi, Kate Massarella
2020 Journal of Political Ecology  
These are idealized, bounded, miniature entities that seek to demonstrate the efficacy of a more substantive policy, scheme or intervention.  ...  of intervention and valorization of microcosms within it; 2) isolation and bounding which seek to order complexity and etch microcosms in space and time; 3) enrolment of actors.  ...  interventions that pay attention to wider systems and the contexts within which problems are being addressed.  ... 
doi:10.2458/v27i1.23540 fatcat:v4uxphhrqzaqvodmolxwc6m23y

"Like you are fooling yourself": how the "Stoptober" temporary abstinence campaign supports Dutch smokers attempting to quit

Sigrid A. Troelstra, Anton E. Kunst, Janneke Harting
2019 BMC Public Health  
The Stoptober temporary abstinence campaign challenges smokers to engage in a collective quit attempt for 28 days.  ...  To achieve long-term abstinence, respondents expressed the need for additional social network support and interactive, personalized and professional support during and after the campaign.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank all Stoptober 2016 participants that participated in this research. Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-019-6833-y fatcat:onasdzq47vhwraycbcxplvf7re
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