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External validity of randomized controlled trials in older adults, a systematic review

Floor J. van Deudekom, Iris Postmus, Danielle J. van der Ham, Alexander B. Pothof, Karen Broekhuizen, Gerard J. Blauw, Simon P. Mooijaart, Consuelo Borras
2017 PLoS ONE  
We extracted geriatric assessments from the population descriptives or the in-and exclusion criteria.  ...  A random sample of 10% was drawn. The current review analyzed this random sample and further selected trials when the reported mean age was ! 60 years.  ...  However, since it contains a random sample, we can assume this is a representative sample, although we did not formally test this. Second, we excluded 106 articles in were no mean age was reported.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0174053 pmid:28346503 pmcid:PMC5367677 fatcat:6ordfz7xtrcfxohbr47j2dbscq

Research Software Publication Policy Case Study [article]

Nic Weber
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this short case study we gather data from 20 Physical Science journals to trace the frequency, quality control, and publishing criteria for software papers.  ...  Journals offer authors the opportunity to publish research software papers, but often have different requirements for how these publications should be structured and how code should be verified.  ...  publication, a 2 represents a suggested category, and 1 represents the categorical requirement was not present in the journal's policy for publishing a research software paper.  ... 
arXiv:2206.05367v1 fatcat:g2fzvq4mwrgybo3wpfqlgc2uya

Towards Globally Unique Identification of Physical Samples: Governance and Technical Implementation of the IGSN Global Sample Number

Jens Klump, Kerstin Lehnert, Damian Ulbricht, Anusuriya Devaraju, Kirsten Elger, Dirk Fleischer, Sarah Ramdeen, Lesley Wyborn
2021 Data Science Journal  
Even though initially developed for samples in the geosciences, the application of IGSN can be and has already been expanded to other domains that rely on physical samples and collections.  ...  IGSN is both a governance and technical system for assigning globally unique persistent identifiers to physical samples.  ...  Anusuriya Devaraju: Contributed to the writing and editing of the manuscript. AD contributed to developing the IGSN description metadata and the implementation of the IGSN services at CSIRO.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2021-033 fatcat:5mpaqqaccneglnejpu2lzw7gzq

Page 41 of Library Resources & Technical Services Vol. 37, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Library Resources & Technical Services  
of responsibility, edi- tion, publisher, pages, size, and series.  ...  For example, the media element combines data from the fixed field Repr (form of reproduction) as well as the variable fields 007 (physical description), 500 (general note), and 533 (reproduction note).  ... 

Sixty-Five Years of Physical Therapy: Bibliometric Analysis of Research Publications From 1945 Through 2010

L. Wiles, L. Matricciani, M. Williams, T. Olds
2011 Physical Therapy  
Findings are specific to the articles published in Physical Therapy that were sampled in this bibliometric analysis. Conclusions.  ...  Data were analyzed descriptively. Results. There have been substantial shifts in the nature of research published over the last 65 years in Physical Therapy.  ...  As our intent was to describe historical trends in the research published in Physical Therapy, our sampling frame is likely to have captured a representative sample of articles for this purpose.  ... 
doi:10.2522/ptj.20110013 pmid:22194279 fatcat:zkmukql2yzcajgafof6ze36q7q

College Students with Physical Disabilities: Common On Campus, Uncommon in the Literature

Nicholas W Gelbar, Joseph W. Madaus, Allison Lombardi, Michael Faggella-Luby, Lyman Dukes
2015 Physical Disabilities Education and Related Services  
research and practice.  ...  However, while veterans with physical disabilities were the beginning of the postsecondary disability field, the discipline currently focuses on students with many and varied disability types in both its  ...  represent 6.5% and 11.1% of the original sample respectively.  ... 
doi:10.14434/pders.v34i2.19224 fatcat:nkd7jgf4dfbqpatzpdax7nc2hm

Teachers' Assessment of Physical Aggression With the Preschool Behavior Questionnaire: A Multitrait-Multimethod Evaluation of Convergent and Discriminant Validity

Jantine L. Spilt, Helma M.Y. Koomen, Reinoud D. Stoel, Jochem T. Thijs, Aryan van der Leij
2011 Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment  
The results provided reasonable support for the discrimination between physical aggression and nonaggressive antisocial behavior.  ...  Assessments of physical aggression versus nonaggressive antisocial behavior of 117 kindergartners with different behavior profiles were obtained using three measures varying in source and/or method: 1)  ...  Based on previous research, we anticipated moderately large convergence between PBQ ratings and free descriptions of physical aggression (cf.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0734282910388881 fatcat:w3ljmrq7dfdkfg426dvzish7dq


Karen Grimmer, Andrea Bialocerkowski
2005 Australian Journal of Physiotherapy  
, physical functioning, and pain.  ...  This type of sampling increases the representativeness of the sample, meaning that if the same population was surveyed using a different sample, similar responses would likely be obtained.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-9514(05)70026-x pmid:16187454 fatcat:ebov4scbv5ck5kyd3vkuyaphju

Improving Power and Sample Size Calculation in Rehabilitation Trial Reports: A Methodological Assessment

Greta Castellini, Silvia Gianola, Stefanos Bonovas, Lorenzo Moja
2016 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  
3 4 Objective 5 To systematically assess the reporting of sample size calculation in RCTs on rehabilitation 6 interventions for mechanical low-back pain (mLBP).  ...  Most were published in Spine (22.5%, 121 n=50), followed by Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (4.5%, n=10) Pain, 122 British Medical Journal, and Archives of Physical Medicine and  ...  Similarly, a review of physical medicine and 186 rehabilitation trials published between 1998 and 2008 found that reporting had improved somewhat, 187 with only slightly more than half of the articles  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2016.02.013 pmid:26971671 fatcat:usr7tconpndixlmtgpewgvne7e

Public health research outputs from efficacy to dissemination: a bibliometric analysis

Andrew J Milat, Adrian E Bauman, Sally Redman, Nada Curac
2011 BMC Public Health  
This study assessed the proportion and type of published public health intervention research papers over time in physical activity and falls prevention, both important contributors to preventable morbidity  ...  Conclusions: Intervention research studies remain only a modest proportion of all published studies in physical activity and falls prevention; the majority of the intervention studies, are efficacy studies  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Ms Rona Macniven and Ms Josephine Chau for their assistance with the bibliometric methods development.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-934 pmid:22168312 pmcid:PMC3297537 fatcat:q6jyyq5xwbbrvajrksniatgulu

Laboratory Test Bed for Analyzing Fault-Detection Reaction Times of Protection Relays in Different Substation Topologies

Goran Jurišić, Juraj Havelka, Tomislav Capuder, Stjepan Sučić
2018 Energies  
To do this, a laboratory hardware-in-the-loop test setup was developed representing traditional-, hybrid-, and digital-substation topology.  ...  This implies a fast, reliable, and secure exchange of data, enabling the distribution-system operators to maintain, or even improve, the quality and delivery of service.  ...  To verify the time delay of sampled values published by the merging unit, a comparison of the sampled values published by the secondary test set and the merging unit was made.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en11092482 fatcat:r3g3fn2wwzfildyrrcc7ucj56y

The relationship of Fatty mass to the rate of energy consumption and fat burning during physical effort for men

Ehab Elmetwally Mansour
2019 The International Scientific Journal of Physical Education and Sport Sciences  
Research used the descriptive method and the sample was selected among graduates of the faculty of physical education -mansoura university-Egypt and partitioners of physical activities (n=14) classified  ...  This study aimed to identify the relationship of fat mass on rate of energy consumption and fat burning during physical effort for men by identifying the fat mass of The research sample by measuring body  ...  amounted to 3.35 kg which represents 4.45% of body weight, while the average of fat mass for the second Group of sample amounted to 11.4 kg which represents 12.86% of body weight.  ... 
doi:10.21608/isjpes.2019.64598 fatcat:ht262wqkijgujlybrvr7g2dn4m

HELP project - a dreamed-of multiwavelength dataset for SED fitting: the influence of used models for the main physical properties of galaxies [article]

Katarzyna Malek, Veronique Buat, Denis Burgarella, Yannick Roehlly, Raphael Shirley, the HELP team
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In the frame of HELP collaboration we estimated the main physical properties of all galaxies from the HELP database and we checked a new procedure to select peculiar galaxies from large galaxy sample and  ...  Millions of galaxies with ultraviolet--far infrared photometry make HELP a perfect sample for testing spectral energy distribution fitting models, and to prepare tools for next-generation data.  ...  Found recipes (published in Ma lel et al. 2018) can help to homogenize estimated stellar masses from different attenuation laws, and allow to make more precise comparisons, sample selection or study  ... 
arXiv:1904.12498v1 fatcat:blbayyi7rvdvdirypysdp2rmk4

Page 8 of Automation and Remote Control Vol. 35, Issue 1 [page]

1974 Automation and Remote Control  
GENERALIZED DESCRIPTION OF TIME MODULATION IN SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEMS Yu, Ya, Morgovskii UDC 62-50 Equations are presented that generalize the description of the known forms of pulse-time modula - tion, Additional  ...  3], The mathematical description should indicate the general physical main point of the process of pulse-time modulation, based on which the time parameter of a pulsed sequence is modulated as a result  ... 

Occupation as Socioeconomic Status or Environmental Exposure? A Survey of Practice Among Population-based Cardiovascular Studies in the United States

L. A. MacDonald, A. Cohen, S. Baron, C. M. Burchfiel
2009 American Journal of Epidemiology  
Most of the studies (83%) collected at least descriptive occupational data, and more than half (60%) collected data on workplace hazards.  ...  Data collection instruments and study publications were retrieved and reviewed for 30 of 33 studies (91%).  ...  The findings and conclusions in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.  ... 
doi:10.1093/aje/kwp082 pmid:19429878 fatcat:c3fmgajgd5bareh445ccs7yiuq
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