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  • Generalizing across stimuli as well as subjects: A non-mathematical tutorial on mixed-effects modelsᅠ 

    Chang, Yu-Hsuan A.; Lane, David M. (2016)
    Although it has long been known that analyses that treat stimuli as a fixed effect do not permit generalization from the sample of stimuli to the population of stimuli, surprisingly little attention has been paid to this ...
  • Group-Level Selection Increases Cooperation in the Public Goods Game 

    Eckel, Catherine C.; Fatas, Enrique; Godoy, Sara; Wilson, Rick K. (2016)
    When groups compete for resources, some groups will be more successful than others, forcing out less successful groups. Group-level selection is the most extreme form of group competition, where the weaker group ceases to ...
  • Sound + Vision: Experimenting with the Anthropological Research Article of the Future 

    Boyer, Dominic; Faubion, James; Howe, Cymene; LaFlamme, Marcel (2016)
  • Exercise, inflammation, and fatigue in cancer survivors 

    LaVoy, Emily C.P.; Fagundes, Christopher P.; Dantzer, Robert (2016)
    Cancer-related fatigue significantly disrupts normal functioning and quality of life for a substantial portion of cancer survivors, and may persist for years following cancer treatment. While the causes of persistent fatigue ...
  • Democracy and self-rated health across 67 countries: A multilevel analysis 

    Krueger, Patrick M.; Dovel, Kathryn; Denney, Justin T. (2015)
    Existing research has found a positive association between countries' level of democratic governance and the health of their populations, although that research is limited by the use of data from small numbers of high-income ...
  • Behavioral Symptoms after Breast Cancer Treatment: A Biobehavioral Approach 

    Fagundes, Christopher; LeRoy, Angie; Karuga, Maryanne (2015)
    Being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer is emotionally and physically challenging. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of death for women in the United States. Accordingly, ...
  • After war 

    Wool, Zoë H. (2016)
    In the United States – as in other places in the ambit of biomedicine – the efforts exerted on and by injured soldiers’ bodies in the aftermath of war are generally understood under the familiar medical rubric of ...
  • On the anthropology of the contemporary: Addressing concepts, designs, and practices 

    Faubion, James D.; Guyer, Jane I.; Boellstorff, Tom; Strathern, Marilyn; Deliss, Clémentine; Keck, Frédéric; Smith, Terry (2016)
    Between 2007 and 2014, on his own and in association with Gaymon Bennett and Anthony Stavrianakis, Paul Rabinow has been devoted to the development of an “anthropology of the contemporary.” The project is widely recognized ...
  • Syntactic agreement attraction reflects working memory processes 

    Slevc, L. Robert; Martin, Randi C. (2016)
    Does producing syntactic agreement rely on syntactic or memory-based retrieval processes? The present study investigated the extent to which syntactic processing deficits and working memory (WM) deficits predict susceptibility ...
  • Balancing act: weighing the factors affecting the taxation of capital income in a small open economy 

    McKeehan, Margaret K.; Zodrow, George R. (2016)
    Alternative economic theories yield dramatically different prescriptions for optimal capital taxation in small open economies. On the one hand, foreign firms, including those with investments that yield firm-specific ...
  • Frequency and regularity effects in reading are task dependent: evidence from ERPs 

    Fischer-Baum, Simon; Dickson, Danielle S.; Federmeier, Kara D. (2014)
    Many theories of visual word processing assume obligatory semantic access and phonological recoding whenever a written word is encountered. However, the relative importance of different reading processes depends on task. ...
  • Regional differences in recommended cancer treatment for the elderly 

    Ho, Vivian; Ku-Goto, Meei-Hsiang; Zhao, Hui; Hoffman, Karen E; Smith, Benjamin D; Giordano, Sharon H (2016-07-15)
    Abstract Background Little is known about regional variation in cancer treatment and its determinants. We compare rates of adherence to treatment guidelines for elderly ...
  • Aeolian Extractivism and Community Wind in Southern Mexico 

    Howe, Cymene; Boyer, Dominic (2016)
    The conditions of the Anthropocene, and the relative novelty of renewable energy forms, demonstrate the experimental plasticity of our era. Existing infrastructures of energy, political power, and capital can resist the ...
  • Early life height and weight production functions with endogenous energy and protein inputs 

    Puentes, Esteban; Wang, Fan; Behrman, Jere R.; Cunha, Flavio; Hoddinott, John; Maluccio, John A.; Adair, Linda S.; Borja, Judith B.; Martorell, Reynaldo; Stein, Aryeh D. (2016)
    We examine effects of protein and energy intakes on height and weight growth for children between 6 and 24 months old in Guatemala and the Philippines. Using instrumental variables to control for endogeneity and estimating ...
  • Fatigue in Parkinson's disease: report from a mutidisciplinary symposium 

    Friedman, Joseph H.; Beck, James C.; Chou, Kelvin L.; Clark, Gracia; Fagundes, Christopher P.; Goetz, Christopher G.; Herlofson, Karen; Kluger, Benzi; Krupp, Lauren B.; Lang, Anthony E.; Lou, Jao-Shin; Marsh, Laura; Newbould, Anne; Weintraub, Daniel (2016)
    Fatigue is a severe problem for many people living with Parkinson's disease (PD). Best estimates suggest that more than 50% of patients experience this debilitating symptom. Little is known about its etiology or treatment, ...
  • The Impact of Interpersonal Discrimination and Stress on Health and Performance for Early Career STEM Academicians 

    O'Brien, Katharine R.; McAbee, Samuel T.; Hebl, Michelle R.; Rodgers, John R. (2016)
    The present study examines the consequences of perceived interpersonal discrimination on stress, health, and performance in a sample of 210 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) academicians. Using a ...
  • Health Literacy, Smoking, and Health Indicators in African American Adults 

    Stewart, Diana W.; Vidrine, Jennifer I.; Shete, Sanjay; Spears, Claire A.; Cano, Miguel A.; Correa-Fernández, Virmarie; Wetter, David W.; McNeill, Lorna H. (2015)
    We examined cross-sectional associations of health literacy (HL) with smoking and other established health indicators among 1,467 African American adults. Data emanated from a longitudinal cohort study designed to investigate ...
  • Modality and Morphology: What We Write May Not Be What We Say 

    Rapp, Brenda; Fischer-Baum, Simon; Miozzo, Michele (2015)
    Written language is an evolutionarily recent human invention; consequently, its neural substrates cannot be determined by the genetic code. How, then, does the brain incorporate skills of this type? One possibility is that ...
  • Suicide in the City: Do Characteristics of Place Really Influence Risk? 

    Denney, Justin T.; Wadsworth, Tim; Rogers, Richard G.; Pampel, Fred C. (2015)
    Objective: This article investigates the role of social context on individual suicide mortality with attention paid to the possibility that contextual effects are simply the sum of individual characteristics associated ...
  • Behavioral Symptoms after Breast Cancer Treatment: A Biobehavioral Approach 

    Fagundes, Christopher; LeRoy, Angie; Karuga, Maryanne (2015)
    Being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer is emotionally and physically challenging. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of death for women in the United States. Accordingly, ...

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