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    • Neuroplasticity and the logic of cognitive neuropsychology 

      Fischer-Baum, Simon; Campana, Giulia Elise (2017)
      More than thirty years ago, Alfonso Caramazza laid out assumptions for drawing inferences about the undamaged cognitive system from individuals with brain damage. Since then, these assumptions have been challenged including ...
    • Nonjudging facet of mindfulness predicts enhanced smoking cessation in Hispanics 

      Spears, Claire Adams; Houchins, Sean C.; Stewart, Diana W.; Chen, Minxing; Correa-Fernández, Virmarie; Cano, Miguel Ángel; Heppner, Whitney L.; Vidrine, Jennifer I.; Wetter, David W. (2015)
      Although most smokers express interest in quitting, actual quit rates are low. Identifying strategies to enhance smoking cessation is critical, particularly among underserved populations, including Hispanics, for whom many ...
    • Nonpolitical Images Evoke Neural Predictors of Political Ideology 

      Ahn, Woo-Young; Kishida, Kenneth T.; Gu, Xiaosi; Lohrenz, Terry; Harvey, Ann; Alford, John R.; Smith, Kevin B.; Yaffe, Gideon; Hibbing, John R.; Dayan, Peter; Montague, P. Read (2014)
      Political ideologies summarize dimensions of life that define how a person organizes their public and privateᅠbehavior, including their attitudes associated with sex, family, education, and personal autonomy [1ᅠandᅠ2]. ...
    • Nonstationarity and Stochastic Stability of Relative Income Clubs 

      El-Gamal, Mahmoud A.; Ryu, Deockhyun (2013)
      The recent literature on “convergence” of cross-country per capita incomes has been dominated by the two hypotheses of “global convergence” and “club-convergence,” pertaining to limits of estimated income distribution ...
    • Nostril-Specific Olfactory Modulation of Visual Perception in Binocular Rivalry 

      Zhou, Wen; Zhang, Xiaomeng; Chen, Jennifer; Wang, Li; Chen, Denise (2012)
      It is known that olfaction and vision can work in tandem to represent object identities. What is yet unclear is the stage of the sensory processing hierarchy at which the two types of inputs converge. Here we study this ...
    • Obesity status trajectory groups among elementary school children 

      Chen, Tzu-An; Baranowski, Tom; Moreno, Jennette P.; O’Connor, Teresia M.; Hughes, Sheryl O.; Baranowski, Janice; Woehler, Deborah; Kimbro, Rachel T.; Johnston, Craig A. (2016)
      Background: Little is known about patterns in the transition from healthy weight to overweight or obesity during the elementary school years. This study examined whether there were distinct body mass index (BMI) trajectory ...
    • Obesity status trajectory groups among elementary school children 

      Chen, Tzu-An; Baranowski, Tom; Moreno, Jennette P.; O'Connor, Teresia M.; Hughes, Sheryl O.; Baranowski, Janice; Woehler, Deborah; Kimbro, Rachel T.; Johnston, Craig A. (2016)
      Background: Little is known about patterns in the transition from healthy weight to overweight or obesity during the elementary school years. This study examined whether there were distinct body mass index (BMI) trajectory ...
    • Obesity, Dietary Factors, Nutrition, and Breast Cancer Risk 

      Seiler, Annina; Chen, Michelle A.; Brown, Ryan L.; Fagundes, Christopher P. (2018)
      Purpose of Review: To synthesize the critical role of obesity-associated inflammation, dietary factors, and nutrition in determining breast cancer risk. Recent Findings: Obesity-associated inflammation is strongly linked ...
    • Occupational Linguistic Niches and the Wage Growth of Latino Immigrants 

      Mouw, Ted; Chavez, Sergio (2012-12)
      Does the concentration of recent Latino immigrants into occupational linguistic niches--occupations with large numbers of other Spanish speakers—restrict their wage growth? On the one hand, it is possible that Latino ...
    • On Adaptive Optics: The Historical Constitution of Architectures for Expert Perception in Astronomy 

      Lowrie, Ian (2012)
      This article charts the development of the modern astronomical observational system. I am interested most acutely in the digitization of this system in general, and in the introduction of adaptive optics in particular. ...
    • 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 ...
    • An Online Multimedia Resource in Behavioral Neuroscience 

      Lane, David M.; Tang, Zhihua (2003)
      The advance of web-based technology has stimulated innovation in education. This paper discusses the development and evaluation of an online multimedia resource for undergraduate-level behavioral neuroscience education. ...
    • Overlapping Identities: The Case of Japanese Immigrants in Cali, Colombia 

      Pascual y Cabo, Diego; Ybarra, Petta-Gay; Holcomb, Jeanne (2012-06-08)
    • Paradoxical Infrastructures: Ruins, Retrofit, and Risk 

      Howe, Cymene; Lockrem, Jessica; Appel, Hannah; Hackett, Edward; Boyer, Dominic; Hall, Randal; Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew; Pope, Albert; Gupta, Akhil; Rodwell, Elizabeth; Ballestero, Andrea; Durbin, Trevor; el-Dahdah, Farès; Long, Elizabeth; Mody, Cyrus (2015)
      In recent years, a dramatic increase in the study of infrastructure has occurred in the social sciences and humanities, following upon foundational work in the physical sciences, architecture, planning, information science, ...
    • Pathways linking racial/ethnic discrimination and sleep among U.S.-born and foreign-born Latinxs 

      Garcini, Luz M.; Chirinos, Diana A.; Murdock, Kyle W.; Seiler, Annina; LeRoy, Angie S.; Peek, Kristen; Cutchin, Malcom P.; Fagundes, Christopher (2018)
      This study examined the association between racial/ethnic discrimination and sleep through psychological distress and body mass index (BMI), and determined whether the aforementioned associations vary between U.S. and ...
    • Perceptions of Religious Discrimination Among U.S. Scientists 

      Scheitle, Christopher P.; Ecklund, Elaine Howard (2018)
      Academic scientists in the United States are relatively nonreligious, at least compared to the general population, and some evidence suggests that the professional culture of academic science may foster perceptions of ...
    • Perceptions of Science Education Among African American and White Evangelicals: A Texas Case Study 

      Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth; Chan, Esther; Ecklund, Elaine Howard (2014)
      Evangelicals have been highlighted at the intersections of religion, science, and education, yet little is known about how evangelicals perceive public science education and how these perceptions compare across racial ...
    • Phonological planning during sentence production: beyond the verb 

      Schnur, Tatiana T. (2011-11-04)
      The current study addresses the extent of phonological planning during spontaneous sentence production. Previous work shows that at articulation, phonological encoding occurs for entire phrases, but encoding beyond the ...
    • Phonological planning during sentence production: beyond the verb 

      Schnur, Tatiana T. (2011-11)
      The current study addresses the extent of phonological planning during spontaneous sentence production. Previous work shows that at articulation, phonological encoding occurs for entire phrases, but encoding beyond the ...
    • Place, Space, and Racially Unequal Exposures to Pollution at Home and Work 

      Elliott, James R.; Smiley, Kevin T. (2019)
      Research on racial inequalities in exposure to industrial pollution in U.S. metropolitan areas typically focuses on places of residence, ignoring the fact that most people work and commute to other areas to do so. To ...