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They, Them, and Theirs

Jessica Clarke
2018 Social Science Research Network  
For a recent debate about how this plays out in legal arguments, compare YURACKO, supra note 30, at 174 (arguing that "[v]ictory" for nonconformists who rely on arguments about the immutability of gender  ...  For example, Wilchins has said, "I've never been trapped in anyone else's body, and I hope you haven't either .... I admit I do still occasionally I deviate from my assigned gender.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3270298 fatcat:bzssx2pktjgtxinzj4edtfuj4u

Evolutionary Algorithm Parameters and Methods to Tune Them [chapter]

A. E. Eiben, S. K. Smit
2011 Autonomous Search  
I n this chapter we discuss the notion of Evolutionary Algorithm (EA) parameters and propose a distinction between EAs and EA instances, based on the type of parameters used to specify their details.  ...  Finally, we elaborate on the methodological issues involved here and provide recommendations for further development.  ...  In contrast to [13] , tuning effort is not compared with human effort, but measured as the computational effort to reach a certain performance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21434-9_2 fatcat:zur55ehoere7zlfsmv57uf3feq

Confronting Medical Errors in Oncology and Disclosing Them to Cancer Patients

Antonella Surbone, Michael Rowe, Thomas H. Gallagher
2007 Journal of Clinical Oncology  
*** Ethical arguments for disclosure, however, do not provide guidance about the specific information that physicians should disclose to patients after a medical error.  ...  A ter 41. Witman AB, Park DM, Hardin SB: How do patients want phy t MA, M ett tion for t f internal medicine patients in an academic setting 6. G ae 1996 ee gg 57. Banja JD: M ind Med 42.  ... 
doi:10.1200/jco.2006.09.9218 pmid:17442988 fatcat:o7gor4hftngm7lxs7jg2zd2hxa

Pitfalls in Ontologies and TIPS to Prevent Them [chapter]

C. Maria Keet, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, María Poveda-Villalón
2015 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Therefore, ontology evaluation plays a key role in ontology development. OOPS!  ...  In such ontology developments, developers must tackle a wide range of difficulties and handicaps, which can result in the appearance of anomalies in the resulting ontologies.  ...  In addition, GFO's exists at and BioTop's abstractlyRelatedTo do not readily have an inverse name, and a modeller likely will not introduce a new property for the sake of having a named inverse property  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-46549-3_8 fatcat:nyikw65wm5e7xp4ewmmmdipv4q

From ideas to studies: how to get ideas and sharpen them into research questions

Jan P Vandenbroucke, Neil Pearce
2018 Clinical Epidemiology  
In this paper, we first discuss how to get an idea that is worth researching. We describe sources of new ideas and how to foster a creative attitude by "cultivating your thoughts".  ...  Where do new research questions come from? This is at best only partially taught in courses or textbooks about clinical or epidemiological research.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Miguel Hernán Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ... 
doi:10.2147/clep.s142940 pmid:29563838 pmcid:PMC5846748 fatcat:n4747axdebdwlbt25ebg7iqtgm

Do the Stories They tell get them the Money They Need? The Role of Entrepreneurial Narratives in Resource Acquisition

Martin L. Martens, Jennifer E. Jennings, P. Devereaux Jennings
2007 Academy of Management Journal  
We argue that narratives act as a resource-leveraging mechanism by conveying a comprehensible identity for an entrepreneurial firm, elaborating the logic behind proposed means of exploiting opportunities  ...  Using a mixedmethodology approach, we analyze all IPO prospectuses issued between 1996-2000 by firms in three high-tech industries.  ...  1 DO THE STORIES THEY TELL GET THEM THE MONEY THEY NEED?  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2007.27169488 fatcat:wdzkndjekvh6vdmzluzkeb2mwe

Others' opinions count, but not all of them: anchoring to ingroup versus outgroup members' behavior in charitable giving

Dorina Hysenbelli, Enrico Rubaltelli, Rino Rumiati
2013 Judgment and Decision Making  
leads them to wrong decisions.  ...  The results showed that participants were willing to donate significantly more in the high-anchor condition compared to the low-anchor condition, as well as about the same amount of money in the low-anchor  ...  and liked by them (Epley & Gilovich, 2006; Latané, 1981) .  ... 
doaj:272358b6b4b34173b74067738cc942cf fatcat:lnqbpfn27bb6zcfcrci3a5weam

Perceived benefits of smoke-free homes, the process of establishing them, and enforcement challenges in Shanghai, China: a qualitative study

Carla J Berg, Pinpin Zheng, Michelle C Kegler
2015 BMC Public Health  
We examined reasons for establishing smoke-free home policies, interpersonal processes by which they are established, and challenges in enforcing them in Shanghai, China.  ...  Results: Reasons for adopting a smoke-free home included family's health, being a role model for children, cleaner environment, and potential impact on smoking behavior.  ...  We would like to thank our colleagues at Fudan University for their efforts in completing data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-015-1428-8 pmid:25880155 pmcid:PMC4327966 fatcat:w25p6lpwqja3fjjwykdc6xol3a

Hands On/Hands Off: Why Health Care Professionals Depend on Families but Keep Them at Arm's Length

Carol Levine, Connie Zuckerman
2000 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics  
reply to a question about why they do not include family members in their practice with statements like: “If | talk to family members I won’t have time to complete my nursing responsibilities” or “It’s  ...  Compare, for ex- ample, the following two announcements of research find- ings: Al. Biomedical researchers have identified a muta- tion in the A gene.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1748-720x.2000.tb00311.x pmid:11067632 fatcat:3usdit7wkrhfnh6kgtxwpchhq4

U.S. Catholic Schools and the Religious Who Served in Them: The Struggle to Continue the Tradition in the Post-Vatican II Era

Richard M Jacobs
1998 Catholic education (Dayton, Ohio. Online)  
This last in a series of three articles surveying the contributions of the religious to U.S.  ...  Catholic schooling-namely, what it means to be an American Catholic-for the youth of the post-Vatican II era.  ...  This last in a series of three articles has been developed from a paper originally presented at the symposittm legacy at the Crossroads: The Future of Catholic Schools." sponsored by a grant from the Lilly  ... 
doi:10.15365/joce.0202052013 fatcat:xfdfedb67zbyhjhu5sc7ijslai

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the softest of them all? Evaluating Japanese and Chinese strategies in the 'soft' power competition era

Y.-K. Heng
2010 International Relations of the Asia-Pacific  
To do so, it undertakes a comparative evaluation of Japan's and China's 'soft' power strategies.  ...  As states jostle to attract and entice others by deploying a range of innovative strategies, a 'soft' power competition era looms possibly in the Asia-Pacific.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland and the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1093/irap/lcp023 fatcat:ljdgcwvsanfm7kcepm3agpj4ai

The Unexpected Downside of Paying or Sending Messages to People to Make Them Walk

Mauro Cherubini, Gabriela Villalobos-Zuñiga, Marc-Olivier Boldi, Riccardo Bonazzi
2020 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
We conducted a 10-month study involving 208 participants; this research consisted of a 3-month baseline (pre-phase), a 4-month experiment and a 3-month follow-up (post-phase).  ...  People do not exercise as much and as regularly as they should. To support users in adopting healthy exercise routines, app designers integrate persuasive techniques in their apps.  ...  A special thank goes to Katja Schwab-Weis for helping in coordinating communications with the participants of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3365665 fatcat:vib7ir7fj5g6rjswtxqipz6n5a

An examination of teachers' perceptions and practice when teaching large and reduced-size classes: Do teachers really teach them in the same way?

Gary James Harfitt
2012 Teaching and Teacher Education : An International Journal of Research and Studies  
Implications for professional practice and development are presented.  ...  Class size research suggests that teachers do not vary their teaching strategies when moving from large to smaller classes.  ...  But…I do think carefully when I am planning for the smaller class…I mean that I know they can do a little more…I can do some different things with them so sometimes I add a task or an activity.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tate.2011.09.001 fatcat:eymoqedibfdxbgdiolprwor3oa

What is in It for Them? Understanding the Impact of a 'Support, Appreciate, Listen Team' (SALT)-Based Suicide Prevention Peer Education Program on Peer Educators

Bobby Zachariah, Emma E. de Wit, Jyotsna Dnyaneshwar Bahirat, Joske F. G. Bunders-Aelen, Barbara J. Regeer
2018 School Mental Health  
Youth suicide is a public health problem in India, and young people in school, particularly adolescents, experience heavy psychological burden.  ...  The PEs demonstrated enhanced caring for those in distress both inside and outside school by improved listening skills, self-awareness, care, and empathy.  ...  things they did not feel like doing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12310-018-9264-5 pmid:30464779 pmcid:PMC6223997 fatcat:huzm3lu7dza7vftdfimv4w32ku

Improving patient safety through the involvement of patients: development and evaluation of novel interventions to engage patients in preventing patient safety incidents and protecting them against unintended harm

John Wright, Rebecca Lawton, Jane O'Hara, Gerry Armitage, Laura Sheard, Claire Marsh, Angela Grange, Rosemary RC McEachan, Kim Cocks, Susan Hrisos, Richard Thomson, Vikram Jha (+5 others)
2016 Programme Grants for Applied Research  
However, there was no effect on changing general attitudes to safety compared with the control.ConclusionThis research programme has developed a number of novel interventions to engage patients in preventing  ...  This approach was compared with traditional methods of patient safety teaching in a randomised controlled trial.  ...  We present a generalised model of action research to support a coproduced approach to PPI in a research project ( Figure 24 ).  ... 
doi:10.3310/pgfar04150 fatcat:nyfcl4of5rgkvdomgslwcky634
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