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Financial Conflicts of Interest in Academic Medicine: Whence They Came, Where They Went

David Korn
2011 Indiana Health Law Review  
Space permits only a snapshot of the insights presented, but for those interested, the monograph is freely available online. See generally Symposium, supra note 4. 93.  ...  MARCIA ANGELL, THE TRUTH ABOUT THE DRUG COMPANIES: HOW THEY DECEIVE Us AND WHAT TO DO ABoUT IT (2004). 41.  ...  will, and lead to no good end.  ... 
doi:10.18060/16579 fatcat:qrwswvhmsjbrjhcbhubl2au2ga

What They Want and What They Get: Self-Reported Motives, Perceived Competence, and Relatedness in Adolescent Leisure Activities

Ingrid Leversen, Anne G. Danielsen, Bente Wold, Oddrun Samdal
2012 Child Development Research  
This study explored the extent to which adolescents' motives for leisure activity participation are related to their perceptions of competence and relatedness in different kinds of activities and aimed  ...  the current study supported the hypothesis regarding matched correlations between specific motives and specific outcomes in that the adolescents seem to get (perceived competence and relatedness) what they  ...  The lack of significant mediation effects may indicate that the type of activities adolescents participate in and how often they participate in those activities are not the most important factors for the  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/684157 fatcat:6bn2hfnhkfdopd5z2zbyy4oncm

Do They Feel the Same Way About Math?

Micha Segeritz, Hans Anand Pant
2013 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
of socially disadvantaged immigrant groups—even if they reside in a host country for several generations.  ...  They integrate various dimensions such as goal setting, motivation, and learning stra- tegies and self-related cognition to understand how and why individuals engage in learning.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0013164413481802 fatcat:yswn6mroqfgq5pkruu4zfxu5jm

To what extent should we trust AI models when they extrapolate? [article]

Roozbeh Yousefzadeh, Xuenan Cao
2022 arXiv   pre-print
How can we trust models if we do not know whether they are extrapolating?  ...  ., they learn from their training samples and process new input by interpolation.  ...  There are several efficient methods available for approximating convex hulls with theoretical bounds on the maximum difference between the approximated convex hull and the original one [7, 8] .  ... 
arXiv:2201.11260v1 fatcat:n2xfnrj6w5dy7f2zo6btatxziu


1903 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
How should they be exercised ?  ...  The function of the legislative authority should, of course, be to enact a code of sanitary laws for the state, in doing which it should freely avail itself of counsel from the state board of health.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1903.92490330018001e fatcat:upv3nwnzhrht3o6y3cjkz76iku

Distinguishing foldable proteins from nonfolders: When and how do they differ?

Tobin R. Sosnick, R. Stephen Berry, Andrés Colubri, Ariel Fernández
2002 Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics  
In the earliest stages, proteins and their scrambled-sequence counterparts undergo indistinguishable reductions in the extent to which they explore conformation space.  ...  When a denatured polypeptide is put into refolding conditions, it undergoes conformational changes on a variety of times scales.  ...  These conformations are considered to be part of the denatured ensemble.  ... 
doi:10.1002/prot.10193 pmid:12211012 fatcat:4u7xuexrhvcvdnoxsiblby7gxy

Broken doctor–patient relationships: why won't they listen?

Michael Jefford, John R Zalcberg
2014 Medical Journal of Australia  
in hearing how things are going more generally for you' • 'How have you been feeling emotionally?'  ...  Information about treatment • Explain to the person using language that they understand what treatment options are available (including no treatment) and ask how much detail they would like about each  ...  Consultation process The guidelines have undergone an extensive consultation process.The key aspects of this process and a list of all submissions received are outlined below.  ... 
doi:10.5694/mja13.11211 pmid:25222460 fatcat:tz6wekaufffbppbvxkd4wxyagy

"Sister Akua, they say you should dance": negotiating roles in participant observation

Elizabeth Graveling
1970 Anthropology matters journal  
Relationships, and specifically the relationship between the fieldworker and the research subjects, are at the core of the process of all anthropological and ethnographic research and to a very large extent  ...  In addressing the question of how far a participant observer should attempt to "become" a member of the group she is studying, we must also recognise the complexity of individual and social identities  ...  good, some are bad" and wouldn't elaborate.  ... 
doi:10.22582/am.v11i1.27 fatcat:ipdmvdv7s5eezopddi4rk53fhe

Chapter 3 Developments in the Karplus Equation as they Relate to the NMR Coupling Constants of Carbohydrates [chapter]

Bruce Coxon
2009 Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry  
because its quadratic form 21 allows an explicit calculation of ϕ from the coupling constant, despite a warning from Karplus. 8 In Eq. (3), the values of the constants A, B, and C are 9.0, −0.5, and −0.3  ...  Meanwhile, Pachler calculated 3 J HCCH values for substituted ethyl derivatives using the Pople-Santry LCAO-MO method, a variant of EHT, and found (a) a linear dependence of the vicinal couplings on substituent  ...  are in good agreement, but those of the gg and tg rotamers agree less well.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-2318(09)00003-1 pmid:19501704 pmcid:PMC3131206 fatcat:mgdkmpoygbgsbbz5yqjxwvzlna

School Suspensions: Are They Helping Children?

Judith P. Ruchkin
1979 Educational Researcher  
The photographs in this book are for illustrative purposes only. They are meant to imply no direct relationship between any particular child and the text.  ...  Since the issuance of our report. we have received numerous inquiries and complaints from parents whose children have been suspended or expelled and from groups who are concerned with school discipline  ...  And we all hear stories aboUl how afraid teachers are in schools and how intimidated they are 10 deal with groups of milling students who violate school rules.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1175473 fatcat:gu6dxtqyuzdx3izov25cwdghga

Teaching for wisdom: what matters is not just what students know, but how they use it

Robert J. Sternberg, Alina Reznitskaya, Linda Jarvin
2007 London Review of Education  
As people became smarter, they became, if anything, less wise and moved further from-rather than closer to-the pursuit of a common good.  ...  Flynn (1998) has pointed out that in more than a dozen countries for which records have been available, IQs have been rising roughly at a rate of 9 points per generation (30 years).  ...  Grantees undertaking such projects are encouraged to express freely their professional judgment. This article, therefore, does not necessarily represent the positions or the policies of the W. T.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14748460701440830 fatcat:f7572v5tkjahdar6ylhn3g7xay

Molecular motors and the forces they exert

Michael E. Fisher, Anatoly B. Kolomeisky
1999 Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications  
Previously suggested bounds on the driving force are shown to be inapplicable in general by considering discrete jump models which feature waiting-time distributions.  ...  Some comparisons with experiment are sketched.  ...  Acknowledgements We are indebted to Daniel S. Fisher, David A. Huse, Stanislas Leibler, Michelle D. Wang and Benjamin Widom for valuable comments on our work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0378-4371(99)00389-1 fatcat:wqdbcs3nszhppobbtnfy4campq

Doppler peaks and all that: CMB anisotropies and what they can tell us [article]

Max Tegmark
1995 arXiv   pre-print
In these lecture notes, which are intended to be readable without much prior CMB knowledge, I review the various physical processes that generate CMB fluctuations, focusing on how changes in the parameters  ...  I also discuss foregrounds and real-world data analysis issues and how these affect the accuracy with which the parameters can be measured.  ...  This is very good news.  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/9511148v1 fatcat:jrmblvelevghrppbicpuqlzope

A Content Analysis of Library Vendor Privacy Policies: Do They Meet Our Standards?

Trina J. Magi
2010 College and Research Libraries  
Librarians have a long history of protecting user privacy, but they have done seemingly little to understand or influence the privacy policies of library resource vendors that increasingly collect user  ...  May 2010 They are unspecific in disclosing how they protect that information from unauthorized access or disclosure, and they offer no clear recourse for users who feel the terms of the policy have been  ...  Vendors generally are providing notice about their information collection and sharing practices, but are doing little to let users control what happens to their personal information.  ... 
doi:10.5860/0710254 fatcat:k6vlt4wtonfedhqh4rh7npd7h4

''That' They Point Is All There Is to It': Wittgenstein's Romanticist Aesthetics

Clinton Peter Verdonschot
2021 Estetika: The Central European Journal of Aesthetics International  
Through aesthetic interactions we are able to (indirectly) access a ground for norms by which we experience ourselves as unconditionally bound.  ...  Or the other way around, if we cannot articulate a law to which these objects conform, how can we say that they are actually pointing to it?  ...  Artworks or, more generally, expressive practices are such that they express more than what is said stricto sensu.  ... 
doi:10.33134/eeja.222 doaj:50752614aaeb4c96b55a855992b4bfdf fatcat:chrb2ao2ujavlbhdgcyvigoh5y
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