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I'm OK, you're OK, we're OK

Gal Kaminka, Milind Tambe
1999 Proceedings of the third annual conference on Autonomous Agents - AGENTS '99  
We compare the performance of SAM when monitoring is done by a single agent in a centralized fashion, versus team monitoring in a distributed fashion.  ...  We explore SAM, a novel complementary framework for social monitoring that utilizes knowledge of social relationships among agents in monitoring them.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was supported in part by NSF Grant ISI-9711665, and in part by AFOSR contract #F49620-97-1-0501. We thank Jeff Rickel and the anonymous reviewers for their useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/301136.301197 dblp:conf/agents/KaminkaT99 fatcat:2bqux7e75jcfnk2zxsbvtyn6ku

Recounting the K-12 school experiences of adults who stutter: A qualitative analysis

Derek E. Daniels, Rodney M. Gabel, Stephanie Hughes
2012 Journal of Fluency Disorders  
Results suggest that the experience of stuttering in school is influenced by many factors, and that attention should be given to not only one's iv speech characteristics, but also to emotional and psychological  ...  In addition, participants provided personal reflections on the present school climate for people who stutter, the visible and less visible experiences of stuttering, the experience of having a disability  ...  JANET: We can back up to even one more level though, which is the crazier thing is that, speech and language pathologists that work in the schools that are supposed to be the speech specialists don't know  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jfludis.2011.12.001 pmid:22531283 fatcat:ancmh44fmrhgrav2sl6x5qw32q

Organizational Structure, Communication, and Group Ethics

Matthew Ellman, Paul Pezanis-Christou
2010 The American Economic Review  
-A: >errm i'm tempted by plan 0.. -B: >ok -B: >you're the one who proposes 0 [Plan 0] VwC, Group 18 (no communication) Answer : Answer Wrong.  ...  In this case, the plan is implemented, the experiment ends and the corresponding gains are distributed to participants A, B and C.  ...  Communication also takes time: adding the communication option significantly increases total time in vertical structures (p = .0009, one-tailed) and in H av (p = .0000, one-tailed) but not in H co (p =  ... 
doi:10.1257/aer.100.5.2478 fatcat:owleifx43neyfi3rs43wivrezy

Bridging the Divide Between Child Psychiatry and Primary Care: The Use of Telephone Consultation Within a Population-Based Collaborative System

Barry Sarvet, Joseph Gold, John H. Straus
2011 Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America  
Our MCPAP social worker could speak with the high school social worker, gather some info, and put her in touch with Dr A.  ...  PCP: I know we're getting ahead of ourselves a bit here but I'm trying to prepare for him being only halfway better a week from now.  ...  Care) 14 and has assisted in the triage of scarce resources for autism spectrum disorders. MCPAP is available to help implement uniform change across the health care system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chc.2010.08.009 pmid:21092911 fatcat:vczabjemgjdvjhl3x4s2d4lxxy

First-Person Perspectives on Dual Diagnosis Anonymous (DDA): A Qualitative Study

Sean Roush, Corbett Monica, Elizabeth Carpenter-Song, Robert E. Drake
2015 Journal of dual diagnosis  
"You're like 'I'm all messed up. I'm destined to relapse and screw everything up in my life and just keep trippin up everywhere I go' and there's hope here that you know, you're not alone."  ...  I'm responsible for my actions and reactions. I can look in the mirror and know I'm OK. I'm aware of my choices and what they mean. Recovery means looking at the big picture.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15504263.2015.1025215 pmid:25781586 fatcat:c7rjxuqim5civlh7c5deiglgai

Co-Constructing Non-Mutual Realities: Delay-Generated Trouble in Distributed Interaction

Karen Ruhleder, Brigitte Jordan
2001 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
We are engaged in long-term research to investigate how communication technologies affect interaction and collaboration across distributed sites.  ...  This paper identifies and analyzes one particular limitation of video-based teleconferencing, the impact of an audio and video delay on distributed communication.  ...  for the ways in which they challenged and aligned with our take on these issues.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1011243905593 fatcat:csdftxdck5hejk6cytlfssta5e

A Doctor's Crusade To Improve Patient Safety

2013 Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology  
Right now, every piece of equipment has its own software for alarms, and we're like in this alarms race where they all try to make their alarms the most annoying and get the most attention, even if it  ...  What we're doing now is following up and saying, 'OK, it's one thing to just sign a pledge, but could we actually do some of these things that will improve efficiency and safety and demonstrate proof of  ...  Wear a sterile mask, hat, gown, and gloves. 5. Put a sterile dressing over the catheter site once the line is in.  ... 
doi:10.2345/0899-8205-47.4.319 pmid:23919790 fatcat:bytw6ls4cjho3cytfrozauoknm

Activism, Deliberation, and Networked Public Screens

Joshua P. Ewalt, Jessy J. Ohl, Damien Smith Pfister
2013 Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies  
Drawing on rhetorical field notes collected over the first two weeks of Occupy Lincoln in Nebraska, we identify how historical tensions between activism and deliberation were both complicated and reasserted  ...  Part 1 of this manuscript is a dramatization of five rhetorical scenes that take the Occupy phenomenon as a moment to explore features of contemporary social protest and change.  ...  We start small by drawing people in and then we relearn the arts of discussion and debate together. *** Dajuan: That's the thing. We don't know yet what's next. No one knows yet for sure.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1532708613477360 fatcat:haq34l4zp5cerkm4ywscmypu6m

Understanding the health-care experiences of people with sickle cell disorder transitioning from paediatric to adult services: This Sickle Cell Life, a longitudinal qualitative study

Alicia Renedo, Sam Miles, Subarna Chakravorty, Andrea Leigh, John O Warner, Cicely Marston
2020 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Participants described engaging in social silencing (i.e. reluctance to talk about and disclose their condition for fear that others will not listen or will not understand) outside hospital; for instance  ...  Participants reported that their knowledge of sickle cell disorder and their own needs are disregarded in hospital settings, in school and by peers.  ...  Contributions of authors Alicia Renedo ( (Assistant Professor, Social Science) was lead researcher, conceived and designed the study, participated in co-production  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr08440 fatcat:jsfqkr6dp5fbblmsb5s7jacrmm

Getting Performance Metrics Right: A Qualitative Study of Staff Experiences Implementing and Measuring Practice Transformation

Devan Kansagara, Anaïs Tuepker, Sandy Joos, Christina Nicolaidis, Eleni Skaperdas, David Hickam
2014 Journal of general internal medicine  
PARTICIPANTS: Two hundred and forty-one of 337 (72 %) identified primary care clinic staff in PACT team and clinic administrative/other roles, from 15 VHA clinics in Oregon and Washington.  ...  BACKGROUND: Quality improvement is a central goal of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model, and requires the use of relevant performance measures that can effectively guide comprehensive care  ...  Acknowledgements: We would like to acknowledge the contributions of all members of the VISN 20 PACT Demonstration Lab research team, as well as the primary care staff who shared their insights and experiences  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-013-2764-y pmid:24557515 pmcid:PMC4070241 fatcat:3bgdbsqi4jd4phszht46sycyny

12. Toward Dialogue in the Classroom [chapter]

2009 TheMeaning Makers  
but then . like I'm going to say . like I'm going to estimate it and predict-well maybe you might . bounce it and say how-what will happen 27 T: OK. (points to Brian) 28 Br: Um . if-.  ...  OK like you're solving the problems-you're only working with them you're not discussing your personal life T: That's right .and you do have a focus that's the work . so it shouldn't be a big problem to  ...  members of the "Developing Inquiring Communities in Education Project" (DICEP) in Toronto, with support from the Spencer Foundation, and with colleagues and students at the University of California, Santa  ... 
doi:10.21832/9781847692009-016 fatcat:srjm5nl5tfdbxmlecgwihcrd2i

Surveillance privacy and technology: contemporary Irish perspectives [chapter]

Kenny Doyle
2013 Internet research, theory, and practice: perspectives from Ireland  
The interviews covered the participants knowledge of surveillance, privacy and technology in the three social roles of worker, citizen and consumer.  ...  in a given space and time.  ...  distributed according to wealth and social class.  ... 
doi:10.14705/rpnet.2013.000091 fatcat:3iv3nxvcqjaotemeq6mtwjuwsa

What works for people with bipolar disorder? Tips from the experts

Melinda Suto, Greg Murray, Sandra Hale, Erica Amari, Erin E. Michalak
2010 Journal of Affective Disorders  
Results: Wellness strategies fell into the following themes: 1) Sleep, rest, exercise and diet; 2) Ongoing monitoring; 3) Enacting a plan; 4) Reflective and meditative practices; 5) Understanding BD and  ...  The findings constitute hopeful stories for people affected by the disorder and suggest further research to confirm and refine mechanisms of beneficial effect in BD.  ...  Acknowledgements We are indebted to the individuals who gave their time to participate in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jad.2009.11.004 pmid:19969370 fatcat:dlwgqyh3qrdw5mh4k5cpt25a2i

Surveillance and conformity in competitive youth swimming

Melanie Lang
2010 Sport, Education and Society  
Acknowledgements Sincere thanks to Anne Flintoff, Karl Spracklen and to the two anonymous reviewers for their valuable suggestions on an earlier draft of this paper.  ...  quite nervous about that because parents would've said 'oh you're holding my child', so we make sure we're transparent about what we're doing and why and always have another coach around.  ...  I feel that I'm quite a natural coach in terms of my coaching style just occurs and quite often I have to stop and think about what I'm doing.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13573320903461152 fatcat:faysxaaixze6rbjpjfvnez2y4a

Before #MeToo: Violence against Women Social Media Work, Bystander Intervention, and Social Change

Jordan Fairbairn
2020 Societies  
, advocates, writers, and researchers to analyze "conversation" as a central theme in VAW prevention work in social media.  ...  High-profile, social-media-fueled movements such as #MeToo have captured broader public attention in recent years and sparked widespread discussion of violence against women (VAW).  ...  Acknowledgments: Thank you to Myrna Dawson, Aaron Doyle, and the editors and anonymous reviewers for their guidance and feedback on this article.  ... 
doi:10.3390/soc10030051 fatcat:gfktz6l5yjekjbnxdowucearp4
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