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Behavioral science in diabetes. Contributions and opportunities. (1/60)

OBJECTIVE: To summarize the current status of behavioral research and practice in diabetes and to identify promising future directions. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: We review behavioral science contributions to diabetes in self-management and patient empowerment, interventions with children and adolescents, and special problems including blood glucose awareness training and complications such as depression. We also identify emerging areas in which behavioral science stands to make significant contributions, including quality of life, worksite and community programs, interventions using new information technologies, and translation research evaluating practical programs in representative settings. We then discuss the gap between the generally encouraging research on behavioral contributions to diabetes and the infrequent incorporation of such contributions in practice. Suggestions are made for how to close this gap, including ways to increase understanding of behavioral issues, opportunities for funding of key research and implementation questions, and how behavioral science principles can become more integrated into diabetes organizations and care. CONCLUSIONS: Changes are required on the part of behavioral scientists in how they organize and present their research and on the part of potential users of this knowledge, including other health professions, organizations, and funding agencies. Integrating behavioral science advances with other promising genetic, medical, nutritional, technology, health care, and policy opportunities promises not only to broaden our understanding of diabetes but also to improve patient care, quality of life, and public health for persons with diabetes.  (+info)

Gross anatomy of the head and neck and neuroscience in an integrated first-year medical school curriculum. (2/60)

The curriculum for first year medical students at the University of Cincinnati has changed. Beginning in the fall of 1998, material in the first year was presented in an Integrated Educational Program. The goal of this program was to provide students with an understanding of the normal structure, function, and development of the human body. The purpose of this report is to discuss the unique integration that occurs in a block offered during the Spring Quarter. The two components of this block are Gross Anatomy of the Head and Neck and Brain and Behavior I. Brain and Behavior I is a new offering combining neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurology, and a psychiatry/behavioral component. The unique combinations offered in this block are logical, educationally sound, and have been enthusiastically received by both the students and faculty.  (+info)

Behavioral sampling techniques for feedlot cattle. (3/60)

Continuous observations are an accurate method for behavioral measurements but are difficult to conduct on large numbers of animals because of extensive labor requirements. Thus, we sought to develop methods of behavioral data collection in feedlot cattle production systems that reasonably approximated continuous sampling. Standing, lying, feeding, drinking, and walking behaviors were examined from 224 h of continuous video from 64 heifers. Experiment 1 (n = 24 heifers) compared continuous behavioral sampling techniques (Continuous) with scan sampling using intervals of 1, 5, 10, 15, 30, and 60 min and time sampling (a technique for the periodic recording of behavior) for the first 10 min out of every 60 min. Means for each scan sampling method did not differ in estimated percentage of duration of behaviors (P > 0.05) from continuous sampling, except for scan sampling with a 60-min interval. Scan sampling with a 60-min interval differed from more frequent scan sampling intervals for all behaviors except lying. Scan sampling with short intervals (1 and 5 min) was correlated highly with Continuous for all behaviors. The longer the scan interval, the lower the correlations, especially for behaviors with short duration. Time sampling was not an accurate technique for measuring the sampled behaviors. Focal animal sampling (using continuous sampling of individuals) indicated that one heifer was representative of the entire pen of 10 animals (Continuous) for all maintenance behaviors except drinking. Scan sampling methods (1-, 5-, 10-, and 15-min intervals) were accurate methods of behavioral sampling for feedlot cattle, but scan intervals of 30 or 60 min were less accurate and less precise. Time sampling was not an accurate method because it overestimated standing and underestimated lying behaviors. Experiment 2 (n = 40 heifers) investigated the number of focal animals required to accurately represent continuous behavioral sampling for all animals. Focal animal sampling was accurate for most behaviors using as few as 1 animal out of 10 but was not an accurate method for drinking behavior unless 40% of the animals in the pen were observed. Estimates of sample sizes needed for experimental protocols are provided. Behavioral means, standard deviations, and coefficients of variation are presented along with estimates of required sample sizes. These results validate accurate, precise, and efficient methods for quantifying feedlot cattle behavior.  (+info)

Citation trends of applied journals in behavioral psychology 1981-2000. (4/60)

One variable with which to evaluate scientific journals is how often their articles are cited in the literature. Such data are amenable to longitudinal analysis and can be used as a measure of a journal's impact on research within a discipline. We evaluated multiple citation measures for a number of applied journals in behavioral psychology from 1981 to 2000. The results indicate a relatively consistent impact across these journals, with some evidence of growth.  (+info)

Grounding a new information technology implementation framework in behavioral science: a systematic analysis of the literature on IT use. (5/60)

Many interventions to improve the success of information technology (IT) implementations are grounded in behavioral science, using theories, and models to identify conditions and determinants of successful use. However, each model in the IT literature has evolved to address specific theoretical problems of particular disciplinary concerns, and each model has been tested and has evolved using, in most cases, a more or less restricted set of IT implementation procedures. Functionally, this limits the perspective for taking into account the multiple factors at the individual, group, and organizational levels that influence use behavior. While a rich body of literature has emerged, employing prominent models such as the Technology Adoption Model, Social-Cognitive Theory, and Diffusion of Innovation Theory, the complexity of defining a suitable multi-level intervention has largely been overlooked. A gap exists between the implementation of IT and the integration of theories and models that can be utilized to develop multi-level approaches to identify factors that impede usage behavior. We present a novel framework that is intended to guide synthesis of more than one theoretical perspective for the purpose of planning multi-level interventions to enhance IT use. This integrative framework is adapted from PRECEDE/PROCEDE, a conceptual framework used by health planners in hundreds of published studies to direct interventions that account for the multiple determinants of behavior. Since we claim that the literature on IT use behavior does not now include a multi-level approach, we undertook a systematic literature analysis to confirm this assertion. Our framework facilitated organizing this literature synthesis and our analysis was aimed at determining if the IT implementation approaches in the published literature were characterized by an approach that considered at least two levels of IT usage determinants. We found that while 61% of studies mentioned or referred to theory, none considered two or more levels. In other words, although the researchers employ behavioral theory, they omit two fundamental propositions: (1) IT usage is influenced by multiple factors and (2) interventions must be multi-dimensional. Our literature synthesis may provide additional insight into the reason for high failure rates associated with underutilized systems, and underscores the need to move beyond the current dominant approach that employs a single model to guide IT implementation plans that aim to address factors associated with IT acceptance and subsequent positive use behavior.  (+info)

Integrating behavioral and social science into a public health agency: a case study of New York City. (6/60)

In the last century, both the health and life expectancy of Americans improved dramatically. These gains were primarily the result of advances in public health. But the approaches used may not be adequate to achieve the next level of improvements in health. Because health exists in the context of social, environmental, community, religious, political, and other spheres, ecological approaches that incorporate behavioral and social science theory and methodologies may provide the best avenue for advancing health in the 21st century. In 1999, the New York City Department of Health (NYCDOH) undertook the task of integrating behavioral and social science into its public health practice. The experience serves as a case study on the integration process at a public health agency.  (+info)

Use of social and behavioral sciences by public health departments in major cities. (7/60)

Individual behavior and social contexts are critical determinants of health. We surveyed commissioners or their designees in 22 departments of health serving US cities of at least 500,000 people to examine their use of scientific approaches to influence individual behavior and social contexts. Each department used behavioral or social science in its work, but only four departments were judged to have integrated these approaches throughout their operations, using both centralized and decentralized structures. Degree of integration was unrelated to collaboration with universities or communities but was related to use of explicit theories. Behavioral and social sciences were employed most frequently in the areas of HIV/AIDS and maternal and child health and in the service of changing individual behavior rather than larger contexts, although across departments many health problems and approaches were involved. Commissioners generally found the approaches valuable, but articulated barriers to more widespread adoption.  (+info)

The role of social and behavioral science in public health practice: a study of the New York City Department of Health. (8/60)

Studies over the last decade have demonstrated the effectiveness of public health interventions based on social and behavioral science theory for many health problems. Little is known about the extent to which health departments are currently utilizing these theories. This study assesses the application of social and behavioral science to programs in the New York City Department of Health (NYCDOH). Structured open-ended interviews were conducted with executive and program management staff of the health department. Respondents were asked about the application of social and behavioral sciences within their programs, and about the benefits and barriers to increasing the use of such approaches. Themes related to the aims of the study were identified, a detailed coding manual developed, narrative data were coded independently by two investigators (kappa.85), and data analyzed. Interviews were conducted with 61 eligible individuals (response rate 88%). The most common applications of social and behavioral science were individual-level behavior change to prevent HIV transmission and community-level interventions utilizing community organizing models and/or media interventions for health promotion and disease prevention. There are generally positive attitudes about the benefits of utilizing these sciences; however, there are also reservations about expanded use because of resource constraints. While NYCDOH has successfully applied social and behavioral sciences in some areas of practice, many areas use them minimally or not at all. Increasing use will require additional resources. Partnerships with academic institutions can bring additional social and behavioral science resources to health departments and benefit researchers understanding of the health department environment.  (+info)

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I received my PhD from NUI Maynooth (NUIM) in 2001. After spending one further year at NUIM conducting postdoctoral research, I was appointed to the School of Psychology at NUI Galway in August, 2002. My research focuses on the analysis of language and cognition from a behaviour analytic and more specifically Relational Frame Theory (RFT) perspective. Within the School of Psychology Im a member of the Contextual Behavioural Science (CBS) group which comes under the Brain and Behaviour theme. Im also a member of several external associations dedicated to the promotion of behavioural science. I was made a fellow of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) in June 2014. Im currently also in the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), the European Association for Behaviour Analysis (EABA) and the Experimental Analysis of Behaviour Group (EABG). I was on the executive council of the Psychological Society of Ireland from 2004 to 2008 and was Honorary Secretary from ...
de Kok, M., Sixma, H. J., van der Weijden, T., Kessels, A., Dirksen, C., Spijkers, K. F. J., van de Velde, C. J., Roukema, J. A., van der Ent, F. W. C., Finaly-Marais, C. & von Meyenfeldt, M. H., 2010, In : Quality and Safety in Health Care. 19, 6, e40.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review ...
In section 2 of this article we will attempt to accomplish this depolarization to provide a broader evolutionary foundation for the human behavioral and social sciences. In section 3 we will review examples of scientifically based and validated programs that accomplish change on three scales: individuals, small groups, and large populations. We draw these examples from branches of the applied behavioral sciences that, like diamonds in the sand, have remained largely hidden from evolutionary science and the basic human behavioral sciences. The examples provide a much needed body of empirical information to balance evolutionary theorizing, which is frequently criticized for remaining at the speculative "just so" storytelling stage. Indeed, the randomized control trials and other high-quality real-world experiments described in section 2 can be regarded as a refined variation-and-selection process with faster and more accurate feedback on effectiveness than other mechanisms of cultural evolution. ...
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Attempts to define cognition preceded John Stuart Mills life and continue to this day. John Stuart Mill envisioned a science of mental phenomena informed by associationism, empirical introspection, and neurophysiology, and he advanced specific ideas that still influence modern conceptions of cognition. The present article briefly reviews Mills personal history and the times in which he lived, and it traces the evolution of ideas that have run through him to contemporary cognitive concepts. The article also highlights contemporary problems in defining cognition and supports specific criteria regarding what constitutes cognition.
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Background: Very little research thus far has examined the decision making that underlies inappropriate social behavior (ISB) post-TBI (traumatic brain injury). Objectives: To verify the usefulness of a new instrument, the Social Responding Task, for investigating whether, in social decision making, individuals with TBI, who present inappropriate social behavior (ISB), have difficulty anticipating their own feelings of embarrassment and others angry reactions following an ISB. Methods: Seven subjects with TBI presenting with inappropriate social behavior (TBI-ISB), 10 presenting with appropriate social behavior (TBI-ASB), and 15 healthy controls were given 12 hypothetical scenarios three times, each time ending with a different behavioral response. Subjects were asked to gauge the likelihood of their displaying the behavior in that situation (part A) and of it being followed by an angry reaction from the other or by feelings of embarrassment in themselves (part B). Results: TBI-ISB subjects scored
Jeannette R. Ickovics is the Samuel and Liselotte Herman Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Psychology at Yale University. She will be a Visiting Professor at Yale-National University of Singapore for the 2017-2018 academic year. Dr. Ickovics was Founding Director of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the School of Public Health. She is Director of CARE: Community Alliance for Research and Engagement, and Deputy Director for the Yale Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS where she was Director of an NIH training program for pre- and post- doctoral fellows for 15 years (now co-Director). Dr. Ickovics research investigates the interplay of complex biomedical, behavioral, social and psychological factors that influence individual and community health. She uses this lens to examine challenges faced by those often marginalized by the health care system and by society. She has expertise in running large, scientifically rigorous clinical trials in community settings. ...
Tannenbaum, D., Fox, C.R., & Ülkümen, G. (in press). Judgment extremity and accuracy under epistemic versus aleatory uncertainty. Management Science, forthcoming.. Ülkümen, G., Fox, C.R., & Malle, B.F. (in press). On the dual nature of uncertainty: Cues from natural language. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, forthcoming.. Fox, C., Erner, C., & Walters, D. (2016). Decision under risk: From the field to the lab and back. In G. Keren & G. Wu (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Judgment and Decision Making,Blackwell.. Meeker, D., Linder, J.A., Fox, C.R., Friedberg, M.W., Persell, S.D., Goldstein, N.J., Knight, T.K., Hay, J.W. & Doctor, J.N. (2016). Effect of behavioral interventions on inappropriate antibiotic prescribing among primary care practices:A randomized clinical trial. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 315, 562-570.. Fox, C.R. & Sitkin, S. (2015). Bridging the divide between behavioral science and policy. Behavioral Science & Policy, 1, 1-12.. Tannenbaum, D., ...
Dr. Ickovics research investigates the interplay of complex biomedical, behavioral, social and psychological factors that influence individual and community health. She uses this lens to examine challenges faced by those often marginalized by the health care system and by society. Dr. Ickovics is an expert on maternal and child health and community health with a focus on large-scale prevention interventions. Her community-engaged research -- funded by more than $38 million dollars in grants from the National Institutes of Health, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private foundations -- is characterized by methodological rigor and cultural sensitivity. She is the author of more than 180 peer-reviewed publications, and recipient of numerous awards for her research and community engagement.. Specialized Terms: Maternal and Child Health; Prenatal Care; Teen pregnancy and STD risk; Obesity and chronic disease prevention; Community engaged research; Interventions; Randomized ...
This week Apple announced the iPhone X. Some of you have decided you are definitely NOT going to buy it, others have decided you definitely are, and others are on the fence. Whether you go for it or not at least partially depends on whether you are making a habit-based decision or a value based decision.. Two parts of the brain for decision-making -- It turns out that there are two different parts of the brain that make decisions. One area is in the basal ganglia, deep in the brain, and is based on habitual responses. The other is in the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) which is behind your forehead. If you are making decisions in the OFC area those are value based decisions.. Habit decisions take over - Research by Christina Gremel shows that if the OFC is quiet, then habit-based decisions take over. If the OFC is busy, though, then the habit area is over-rided. What does this mean? If you are comparing features, thinking logically, reviewing data, then you cant make a decision based purely on ...
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Preface xv Acknowledgments xix. Glossary of Symbols xxi. Part I Descriptive Statistics 1. Chapter 1 Introduction 3. Why Study Statistics? 4. Descriptive and Inferential Statistics 5. Populations, Samples, Parameters, and Statistics 6. Measurement Scales 7. Independent and Dependent Variables 10. Summation Notation 12. Ihnos Study 16. Summary 18. Exercises 19. Thought Questions 23. Computer Exercises 23. Bridge to SPSS 24. Chapter 2 Frequency Distributions and Graphs 26. The Purpose of Descriptive Statistics 27. Regular Frequency Distributions 28. Cumulative Frequency Distributions 30. Grouped Frequency Distributions 31. Real and Apparent Limits 33. Interpreting a Raw Score 34. Definition of Percentile Rank and Percentile 34. Computational Procedures 35. Deciles, Quartiles, and the Median 38. Graphic Representations 39. Shapes of Frequency Distributions 43. Summary 45. Exercises 47. Thought Questions 49. Computer Exercises 49. Bridge to SPSS 50. Chapter 3 Measures of Central Tendency and ...
The course covers materials on modern survey research methods used for empirical quantitative research in social and behavioral sciences and economics. Topics include study design, sampling methods, data collection and measurement, data cleaning (edit, imputation) and the analysis of complex survey data. The course is of applied type. Treatment of each method includes general description of the methodology, data requirements, computation, worked examples and real-world case studies. Selected computational tools (SAS, SPSS) are practiced in computer classes.. The course is intended to post-graduate students in social and behavioral sciences and economics but also can be included in methodologically oriented Master studies (e.g. the REMS program) and Master studies in statistical science.. ...
General Editors Foreword. A Chronology of Max Webers Life.. Glossary.. Acknowledgments.. Introduction: Max Weber: the Confrontation with Modernity.. Max Weber: the Person / Foundational Features of Webers ""Interpretive Understanding"" / Sociology: its Aim and the Centrality of Subjective Meaning, the Four Types of Social Action, and Value-Freedom and Value-Relevance / Research Strategies and Procedures: Ideal Types, Model-Building, Societal Domains, and the ""Locating"" of Social Action / The Vision of ""Society"": Ideal Types, Societal Domains, Open Models, and the Interweaving of Past and Present / Webers Multicausality: Social Carriers and Values / Modern Western Rationalism I: Webers Model / Modern Western Rationalism II: Empirical Variation / Fears About the Future and Proposals for Social Change / Weber on Modernity and Webers Sociology: An Assessment / A Note on Webers Mode of Writing.. Part I: The Uniqueness of the West.. 1 The ""Rationalism"" of Western Civilization.. Part II: ...
Application Deadline: March 2, 2018 Tulane Universitys Stone Center for Latin American Studies and the Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute at Tulane University join forces with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukees Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies to take K-16 educators to Cuba. This is our fourth year running the Cuban Culture & Society K-16 Educator Institute and we are excited about this years itinerary. The institute will approach Cuban society and culture form a multidisciplinary perspective focused on the arts, the geography, and history of the country. Innovative programming and annual summer teacher institutes over the past three years provide the benefits of an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and studying the region. Taking advantage of Tulanes relationship with the University of Havana and Cubas National Union of Writers and Artists, the institute equips teachers with multidisciplinary content, curricular resources, and methods of inquiry for developing that ...
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The research Mark Whiting is conducting in his Radford University laboratory may soon lead to effective treatments for traumatic brain injury. The assistant professor in the universitys Department of Psychology received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the research.
Evidence-based behavioral strategies are being used to combat everything from tax delinquency to unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions. Reports from the US Social and Behavioral Sciences Team and the UKs Behavioural Insights Team showcase the latest applications of behavioral science in public policymaking… More. ...
Day 1 Lecture 1. (82 min). Course Introduction. Pharmacokinetics. Parasympathetic Nervous System. Day 1 Lecture 2. (67 min). Autonomic Neurotransmission. Sympathetic Nervous System. Glaucoma. Drug Suffixes. Day 1 Lecture 3. (53 min). Nerves of the Upper Extremity. High-yield Pathology. End Session Quiz. Day 2 Lecture 1. (73 min). Basic Bacteriology. Gram (+) Bacteria. Day 2 Lecture 2. (59 min). Immunology - Part 1. Day 2 Lecture 3. (61 min). Immunology - Part 2. Immunodeficiency. High-yield Pathology. Brachial Plexus. Day 3 Lecture 1. (63 min). Behavioral Science. - Part 1. High-yield Pathology. Day 3 Lecture 2. (36 min). Behavioral Science - Part 2. Day 3 Lecture 3. (97 min). High-yield pathology. Antibiotics - Part 1. Gram (-) Bacteria. Antibiotics - Part 2. Day 4 Lecture 1. (64 min). Psychology. Psychiatry - Part 1. Day 4 Lecture 2. (70 min). Psychiatry - Part 2. Day 4 Lecture 3. (69 min). High-yield pathology. Brainstem Labeling. Bacteria that do not gram stain. Antibiotics - part 3. Day 5 ...
As a health psychologist, my research addresses the ways in which psychological factors engender resilience and protect against health risks associated with disadvantaged social status (low socioeconomic standing, racial minority). This work utilizes multiple methodologies, including national longitudinal survey data, biological assessments of cardiovascular and metabolic risk
Are you interested in teaching about ACT or already engaged in this activity? The Committee would like to compile a set of resources for teaching ACT, encourage trainers to share ideas, and generally support the dissemination of ACT on training courses in the UK. Please feel free to email the Committee about these issues.. BABCP Accreditation Details. The guidance from the BABCP is that ACT can be recognised in the same way as any other form of CBT for accreditation purposes.. ACT Research in the United Kingdom. The development of ACT in the UK is going to involve supporting research activity about contextual, third-wave approaches to CBT. The Committee thinks that the ACT SIB should be about providing a forum for researchers to meet, share ideas and collaborate on projects relevant to this aim. If you are researching ACT then please get in touch with the Committee as we want to organise events and meetings that will support this research.. An example of a recent research activity supported by ...
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While Yudofsky never heard the word dyslexia as a student, he discovered a way to overcome his reading problems while in the tenth grade. I began to look at words as a whole, rather than going through the syllables, he says. I taught myself how sentences are structured and how to get the gist of sentences and paragraphs rapidly. Paradoxically, I discovered that I loved reading, and became a voracious and devoted reader. Because I reversed numbers when I wrote them down, I learned how to do mathematical computations in my head, which also improved my speed of performance on tests. These adaptations, along with hard work, paid off, as he graduated from college with Phi Beta Kappa and Highest Honors in English.. Buoyed by his strengthened reading and test-taking skills, Yudofsky was admitted to Baylor College of Medicine. Because so many of the technical terms were new to me, I still had problems with my dyslexia. I compensated by devoting literally all my time to my studies. Many other students ...
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This application addresses Studies to improve access and utilization of HIV counseling and testing for HIV/AIDS and AIDS-related co-infections such as hepatitis C virus (HCV), other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that are part of PA-07-307 Drug Abuse Aspects of HIV/AIDS. The only rapid tests that are approved for use in the US currently are for HIV infection. Tests for other conditions such as hepatitis C (HCV) and syphilis are in use in other countries. In response to an Opportunity that the CDC published in the Federal Register, there are now candidate rapid test kits for HCV and syphilis available for experimental use in the US. Different combinations of rapid and standard tests will be offered to participants in a four-arm trial to assess which tests are accepted by the participants. Only a minority of clients at CBRS who have been offered the rapid test for HIV have accepted it. Those who chose rapid HIV tests were more likely to be male, educated, gay, young and White. They ...
Dahms, D., J. Dorale, C. Geiss, M.E. Mann, A. Noren, T. Johnson (In review, 2016) ENSO-like cycles in LGM- to Late-glacial varved lake sediments, Wind River Mountains, Wyoming, USA. Quaternary Research.. Dahms, D.E. and M. Egli (2015) Carbonate and elemental accumulation rates in arid soils of mid-to-late Pleistocene outwash terraces, southeastern Wind River Range, Wyoming, USA. Chemical Geology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2015.12.006 Mavris, C., G. Furrer, D. Dahms, S. Anderson, A. Blum, Goetze, A. Wells, M. Eglli (2015) Decoding potential effects of climate and vegetation change on mineral weathering in alpine soils: A case study in the Wind River Range (Wyoming, USA). Geoderma, 255-256, 12-26. doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2015.04.014 Jäger, H., Achemann, M.,Waroszewski, J., Kabala, C., Malkiewicz, M., Gärtner, H., Dahms, D., Krebs, R., Egli, M. (2015) Pre-alpine mire sediments as a mirror of erosion, soil formation and landscape evolution during the last 45 ka. Catena 128:63-79, ...
Tabata Bootcamp™ is a revolution in small-group training designed to generate revenues for you and your facility. Based on cutting edge HIIT exercise, sound nutrition and latest behavioral science, youll learn how to run 8 week bootcamps that will transform your clients bodies and their lives. This turnkey program provides you with all the tools you need to be successful. Youll learn the latest techniques in HIIT research, metabolic profiling, perfect exercise programming, body assessment, and motivational coaching skills for creating positive healthy habit forming behaviors, including the Take 3 Eating method, a behavioral science approach that will change the way they eat forever. Lastly, youll empower your clients and teach them how small steps can yield big results. ...
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Printer-friendly version. The best way to get connected with ACT clinicians and other ACBS folk near you is to find out if there is a chapter in your area. Often, chapters will contain several peer consultation groups. If there is a chapter, it can be found here: http://contextualscience.org/chapters. Peer consultation groups are sometimes formed in areas where there is not yet a chapter. See below for a list of such groups. If you are a member of such a group, and are open to new members, please post a child page below to describe your group.. If you are looking for a peer consultation group, and do not see one here that fits your needs consider ...
Baker, Laura D.; Frank, Laura L.; Foster-Schubert, Karen; Green, Pattie S.; Wilkinson, Charles W.; McTiernan, Anne; Cholerton, Brenna A.; Plymate, Stephen R.; Fishel, Mark A.; Watson, G. Stennis; Duncan, Glen E.; Mehta, Pankaj D.; Craft, Suzanne (JOURNAL OF ALZHEIMERS DISEASE, 2010) ...
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Studies of sex differences focus on understanding estrogen and testosterone actions in the brain that are relevant to addiction, depression and stress-related behaviors. We are particularly interested in molecular targets of estrogen action including key proteins that regulate dopamine neurons and the stress peptide CRF. Current projects include the role of glucocorticoid and reproductive hormones in alcohol and opioid dependence in adolescence. Adolescent studies are exploring the impact of maturing dopamine systems as well as cortical inhibition of these systems on novelty-seeking/risk taking as predictors of substance abuse vulnerability as well as responses to addictive drugs ...
Mystkowski, Paul; Seely, Randy J.; Hahn, Tina M.; Baskin, Denis G.; Havel, Peter J.; Matsumoto, Alvin M.; Wilkinson, Charles W.; Peacock-Kinzig, Kimberly; Blake, Kathleen A.; Schwartz, Michael W. (Journal of Neuroscience, 2000-11-15) ...
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Phantoms is a team-based multiplayer game that needs players to cooperate. Victory is about coordination, as teams sneak, shoot and hold positions to score points and win matches. The problem during the games long beta was that players werent cooperating. When Davis joined the development team, he knew things needed to change. But how do you convince lone wolves to rely on their teammates? You give then incentives. "We primarily do it through positive reinforcement," he said. "All the scoring is geared towards doing things that help your team. The game rewards you for kills and that kind of thing, but you get the most points for capturing the objective. Your team only wins if theyve capture the most objectives through the whole match." more ...
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If youd like to understand how the mind works and whats behind our behaviours, Psychology at Monash is the ideal starting point, providing up-to-date thinking on the human brain, thought and behaviour.. At Monash youll benefit from one of the best scientist-practitioner models of psychological education that Australia has to offer, emerging with deep insight into the human mind, and a suite of highly valued professional skills.. You will be in a position to make informed choices about whether you want to pursue training as a psychologist or apply your current psychological expertise in other psychology-related professions.. There are two majors open to you: the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited 10-unit extended major, which provides the essential foundation for practicing psychologists in this country; or the standard major for those wishing to develop psychological expertise, but not necessarily practise as a registered psychologist. There is also a minor for ...
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Cox, W.M. and Klinger, E. (2011) Measuring Motivation: The Motivational Structure Questionnaire and Personal Concerns Inventory and their Variants. In: Handbook of Motivational Counseling: Goal-Based Approaches to Assessment and Intervention with Addiction and Other Problems. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 159-204. ISBN 9780470749265 Cox, W.M. and Klinger, E. (2011) A Motivational Model of Alcohol Use: Determinants of Use and Change. In: Handbook of Motivational Counseling: Goal-Based Approaches to Assessment and Intervention with Addiction and Other Problems. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 131-158. ISBN 9780470749265 Cox, W.M. and Klinger, E. (2011) The Motivational Structure Questionnaire, Personal Concerns Inventory, and their Variants: Psychometric Properties. In: Handbook of Motivational Counseling: Goal-Based Approaches to Assessment and Intervention with Addiction and Other Problems. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 205-232. ISBN 9780470749265 Cox, W.M. and Klinger, E. (2011) Systematic Motivational Counseling: From ...
The purpose of this blog is to provide a forum for discussing research in microeconomics, behavioural economics and cognate areas. We will also provide regular updates on work ongoing in behavioural science and behavioural economics at UCD Geary Institute and the University of Stirling Behavioural Science Centre. The blog is moderated by Liam Delaney ...
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After leaving Loyola University, Linehan started post doctoral internship at The Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service in Buffalo, New York between 1971 and 1972. During this time, Linehan served as an adjunct assistant professor at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. From Buffalo, Linehan completed a Post-Doctoral fellowship in Behavior Modification at Stony Brook University. Linehan then returned to her alma mater Loyola University in 1973 and served as an adjunct professor at the university until 1975. During this same time Linehan also served as an assistant professor in Psychology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. from 1973 to 1977. In 1977, Linehan took a position at the University of Washington as an adjunct assistant professor in the Psychiatry and Behavior Sciences department. Linehan is now a Professor of Psychology and a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington and Director of the Behavioral Research ...
Kerri Boutelle, PhD performs research focusing on the causes, characterization, prevention and treatment of childhood, adolescent and adult obesity and eating disorders. Overarching research objectives include investigating the role of familial factors in the etiology, prevention, and treatment of obesity and eating disorders in youth, utilizing principles of basic behavioral science to inform and improve treatments for obesity and eating disorders; and determining intervention and prevention strategies aimed at changing the trajectory of weight and eating disorders in children and adolescents. In ongoing studies, Dr. Boutelle hopes to identify innovative and cost-effective treatment strategies for obese children (parent-only treatments), to develop new treatments based on basic behavioral research for children who binge eat (self-regulation treatments), and to disseminate current behavioral treatment through innovative methods (guided self-help, computer-based guidance for primary care ...
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Senate Adopts FY 2007 Budget Resolution: Funding Added For NIH. NIHs Health Disparities Plan: Inadequate Emphasis on. Social/Behavioral Sciences. House Science Committee Chairman Announces Retirement. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Budget Hearing: Obesity Among Urgent Realities. The National Academy of Sciences Releases Report on Hispanics in. the U.S.. OBSSR Celebrates a Decade of Progress and Promise. Victor Rosenblum, Former COSSA President and Long Time Board. Member, Dies at 80. Opportunities in Spatial Social Science. Summer Training Workshop on African American Aging Research. COSSA Welcomes New Associate Director of Public Affairs. ...
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The global financial crisis has challenged many of our most authoritative economic ideologies and policies. After thirty years of reshaping the world to conform to the market, governments and societies are now calling for a retreat to a yet undefined new economic order. In order to provide a guide to what the twenty-first-century economy might look like, this book revisits the great project of Global Capitalism. What did it actually entail? How far did it go? What were its strengths and failings? By deconstructing its core ideas and examining its empirical record, can we gain clues about how to move forward after the crisis? Miguel Centeno and Joseph Cohen define capitalism as a historically-evolving and socially-constructed institution, rooted in three core economic activities trade, finance and marketing and identify the three key challenges that any new economic system will need to surmount inequality, governance, and environmental sustainability.. This accessible and engaging book will be ...
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David Walls charts how community organizing has transcended the neighborhood to seek power and influence at the metropolitan, state, and national levels, together with such allies as unions and human rights advocates. Some organizing networks have embraced these goals while others have been more cautious, and the growing profile of community organizing has even charged political debate. Importantly, Walls engages social movements literature to bring insights to our understanding of community organizing networks, their methods, allies and opponents, and to show how community organizing offers concepts and tools that are indispensable to a democratic strategy of social change ...
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  • With core faculty coming from disciplines as diverse as computer science, political science, sociology, and statistics, the group brings together the expertise necessary to create practical solutions to modern problems in quantitative social science. (umass.edu)
  • It has been resisted in fields such as sociology and political science where the findings on human evolution are either ignored or regarded as irrelevant. (wikipedia.org)
  • In one way, the tree of knowledge system reflects a fairly common hierarchy of nature and of the sciences that has been represented in one way or another since the time of Auguste Comte, who in the 17th century used a hierarchical conception of nature to argue for the existence of sociology. (wikipedia.org)
  • Camerer, a professor of behavioral finance and economics at the California Institute of Technology, is a recent recipient of one of this year's prestigious MacArthur fellowships, a $625,000 no-strings-attached award, popularly known as a 'genius' grant. (nsf.gov)
  • NSF has supported his work since 1985 with a total of $5.07 million on a number of research projects that involve behavioral economics and neuroeconomics, that is, using brain scans to understand economic decision-making, all within NSF's Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences. (nsf.gov)
  • This shift has a lot to do with economics-both the economics of the advice business and the growing influence of behavioral science on finance. (forbes.com)
  • Behavioral economics is primarily concerned with the bounds of rationality of economic agents. (wikipedia.org)
  • The study of behavioral economics includes how market decisions are made and the mechanisms that drive public choice. (wikipedia.org)
  • The use of the term "behavioral economics" in U.S. scholarly papers has increased in the past few years, as shown by a recent study. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 2017, economist Richard Thaler was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his contributions to behavioral economics and his pioneering work in establishing that people are predictably irrational in ways that defy economic theory. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, during the development of neo-classical economics economists sought to reshape the discipline as a natural science, deducing economic behavior from assumptions about the nature of economic agents. (wikipedia.org)
  • He has been Chair of the British Sociological Association (2004-2006), President (2009-2012), a member of the National Committee for Economics and Social Science of the Royal Irish Academy (1997-1999), and a Board Member of the ESRC's Training and Development Board (2005-2007). (wikipedia.org)
  • In the basic area, Relational Frame Theory is a research program in language and cognition that is considered part of contextual behavioral science, and is a focus of ACBS. (wikipedia.org)
  • Unlike the better known behavioral approach proposed by B.F. Skinner in his book Verbal Behavior, experimental RFT research has emerged in a number of areas traditionally thought to be beyond behavioral perspectives, such as grammar, metaphor, perspective taking, implicit cognition and reasoning. (wikipedia.org)
  • Behavioral epigenetics attempts to provide a framework for understanding how the expression of genes is influenced by experiences and the environment to produce individual differences in behaviour, cognition, personality, and mental health. (wikipedia.org)
  • He will be a speaker at the 17th European Skeptics Congress in Wrocław, Poland, where he will give a speech: Cognition and the Science/Religion Debate. (wikipedia.org)
  • Explaining representation, naturally Effective untestability and bounded rationality help in seeing religion as adaptive misbelief List of books by Konrad Talmont-Kamiński: Religion as Magical Ideology: How the Supernatural Reflects Rationality (Religion, Cognition and Culture) ISBN 9781844656448 Regarding the Mind, Naturally: Naturalist Approaches to the Sciences of the Mental ISBN 9781443843416 Beyond Description: Naturalism and Normativity (Texts in Philosophy) ISBN 9781904987918 Interview: How can philosophy inform the science and religion dialogue? (wikipedia.org)
  • The field regards itself as compatible with the physical sciences and uses the scientific method as well as simulation or modeling, often comparing the output of models with aspects of human cognition. (wikipedia.org)
  • Behavioral Ecology publishes empirical and theoretical papers on a broad range of topics related to behavioural ecology, including ethology, sociobiology, evolution, and ecology of behaviour. (wikipedia.org)
  • A s a behavioral scientist working with environmental health (EH) programs behavior is complex, and multiple factors, to-date and relevant information on envi on restaurant food safety projects, I not just knowledge, affect whether humans ronmental health and to build partnerships am occasionally asked what behavioral sci engage in any particular behavior. (cdc.gov)
  • Laura Green is a behavioral scientist that 63% of food workers admitted they did listed in Table 1. (cdc.gov)
  • The National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded scientist is looking directly at brain activity to see whether, and how, certain portions of the brain correlate with the values people express, and the choices they later make. (nsf.gov)
  • Konrad Talmont-Kamiński (born January 1, 1971 in Chojnice, Poland) is an analytic philosopher and cognitive scientist, dealing with epistemology, philosophy of science, philosophy of mind and the theory of rationality. (wikipedia.org)
  • Behavioral and social science research has the potential to make a tremendous impact on TB elimination efforts. (cdc.gov)
  • We are home to a broad range of approaches to social science, from purely theoretical and interpretive, to qualitative and quantitative research methods. (umass.edu)
  • Our priority is to ensure that this exciting social science research connects with the public while showing the relevance of the social sciences to everyday lives and policy. (umass.edu)
  • In doing so, she offers a critique and revision of the social science needed to understand the crisis. (wiley.com)
  • His long-term agenda is to work with others to move the social science of inequality to a more fully relational and organizational stance. (umass.edu)
  • The Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is accepting applications for a research collaboration coordinator (RCC). (umass.edu)
  • The UMass Computational Social Science Initiative is a cross-disciplinary, collaborative group designed to address the challenges and opportunities presented by collecting, storing, and analyzing large scale data related to the social world. (umass.edu)
  • ISSR facilitates social science research and methods across the University of Massachusetts. (umass.edu)
  • The contributions of behavioral and social science to the practice of medicine are presented in Parts III to VII. (elsevier.com)
  • Masterfully combines a strong theoretical social science framework with reliable and valid qualitative and quantitative data to inform and engage the reader in a very readable and easily accessible text. (wiley.com)
  • This peer-reviewed journal publishes articles on all aspects of behavioral and social sciences information, with emphasis on librarians, libraries, and the users of social science information in libraries and information centers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science: Volumes 351-356. (wikipedia.org)
  • The journal is abstracted and indexed by MEDLINE/PubMed and the Social Science Citation Index. (wikipedia.org)
  • Evolutionary approaches to human behavior were, and to some extent continue to be, considered a form of genetic determinism and dismissive of the role of culture and experience in shaping human behavior (see Standard social science model). (wikipedia.org)
  • provides a social science view of the history of peer review carefully tending to what is under investigation, here peer review, and not only looking at superficial or self-evident commonalities among inquisition, censorship, and journal peer review. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Cluster will consider both species-specific and comparative studies, as well as modeling and theoretical approaches that use animal systems to discover and explore overarching principles of the biology of behavior, and to advance a complete understanding of the integrated behavioral phenotype from genes to ecosystems. (nsf.gov)
  • Related concepts have emerged in biology, cybernetics, and management sciences. (wikipedia.org)
  • Behavioral and Neural Biology. (wikipedia.org)
  • EBS publishes manuscripts that advance the study of human behavior from an evolutionary perspective, with an emphasis on work that integrates evolutionary theory with other approaches and perspectives from across the behavioral sciences. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the applied area Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is perhaps the best known wing of contextual behavioral science, and is an emphasis of ACBS, along with other types of contextual CBT, and efforts in education, organizational behavior, and other areas. (wikipedia.org)
  • Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education -a peer reviewed journal that contains original articles with regular sections on Behavioral Science Teaching Rounds, Abstracts and Journal Watch, Book Reviews, and Communications. (wikipedia.org)
  • For example, in one study, using data from the U.S. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and a quasi-experimental approach, the prevalence of drinking and driving behavior was examined before and after enactment of a new state policy. (cdc.gov)
  • Majors and minors will have exposure to a multidisciplinary approach to the behavioral sciences. (csudh.edu)
  • Now that Bayesian modeling has become standard, MCMC is well understood and trusted, and computing power continues to increase, Bayesian Methods: A Social and Behavioral Sciences Approach, Third Edition focuses more on implementation details of the procedures and less on justifying procedures. (routledge.com)
  • According to behavioral momentum theory, there are two separable factors that independently govern the rate with which a discriminated operant occurs and the persistence of that response in the face of disruptions such as punishment, extinction, or the differential reinforcement of alternative behaviors. (wikipedia.org)
  • According to behavioral momentum theory, the relation between response rate and resistance to change is analogous to the relation between velocity and mass of a moving object, according to Newton's second law of motion (Nevin, Mandell & Atak, 1983). (wikipedia.org)
  • Consistent with behavioral momentum theory, resistance to disruption often has been found to be greater in stimulus contexts that signal higher rates or magnitudes of reinforcement (see Nevin, 1992, for a review). (wikipedia.org)
  • He is known primarily for the development of Behavioral Momentum Theory following his 1974 article on resistance to change of pigeons' operant behavior. (wikipedia.org)
  • To gain an appreciation for the diversity and depth of UNH's research related to health, behavioral, and social sciences, explore the departments, programs, Institutes and Centers listed below. (unh.edu)
  • Many of these programs eventually developed into stand-alone programs, units, and centers such as the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC), Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), Undercover Safeguard Unit, Crisis Negotiation Unit, Hostage Rescue Team, and Employee Assistance Unit. (wikipedia.org)
  • My answer behavioral science theories have focused we feature a column from the Environmen is that restaurant food safety is very much on identifying these factors, which include, tal Health Services Branch (EHSB) of the dependent on human behavior. (cdc.gov)
  • Behavioral economist Colin Camerer has been challenging those assumptions for years, producing new theories, and with growing widespread acceptance. (nsf.gov)
  • Student learns to read and understand the scientific literature, identify HRQOL impacts of health behaviors, use behavioral theory in intervention development, and consider evaluation issues. (cdc.gov)
  • However, there is no reason to suspect that the individual is not actually feeling the emotion, and the concept of sham rage, i.e., the expression of rage behaviors during increased activation in the hypothalamus in the absence of the internal experience of rage, is likely a false concept, and an artifact of the politics of the period of science during which the concept was created. (wikipedia.org)
  • Specify multiple targets and levels of intervention for social and behavioral science programs and policies. (cdc.gov)
  • As such, behavioral science can be an im that affect whether food workers engage in EHSB's objective is to strengthen the portant tool in EH programs' efforts to ensure specific food safety practices. (cdc.gov)
  • The School of Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Ethnic Studies, and Social Justice provides courses and programs that fulfill general education, transfer, Associate Degree, and credit/non-credit certificate requirements. (ccsf.edu)
  • Its mission was to develop and provide programs of training, research, and consultation in the behavioral and social sciences for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and law enforcement community that would improve or enhance their administration, operational effectiveness, and understanding of violent crime. (wikipedia.org)
  • Through its legacy of training, research, and consultation activities, the BSU developed techniques, tactics, and procedures that have become a staple of behavioral-based programs that support the law enforcement, intelligence, and military communities. (wikipedia.org)
  • The mission of the BSU was to be the premier unit for developing and facilitating relevant programs of training, research, and consultation in the behavioral sciences for the FBI workforce, including the law enforcement, intelligence, and military communities that will improve their effectiveness in furtherance of the strategic priorities of the FBI. (wikipedia.org)
  • Technology Visual & Performing Arts ECSU also offers special programs that appeal to various interests and fields of study, including the honors program (for high-achieving students), military science, study abroad and Viking Fellows for education majors. (wikipedia.org)
  • The university has more than 40 academic programs of study between the College of Arts and Sciences, the College for Professional Studies and the Graduate College. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1988-Spring 1992 Instructor, Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University, and Instructor, Western Oregon University. (wou.edu)
  • The Political Science Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is accepting applications for an academic advisor. (umass.edu)
  • The Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences in collaboration with the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and the Stanford Child Health Research Institute invites applications for special projects focused on suicide prevention. (stanford.edu)
  • Department of Human Sciences, University of Paderborn, Warburger Str. (mdpi.com)
  • The Human Factors and Behavioral Sciences Division (HFD) is a division of the Science and Technology Directorate of the United States Department of Homeland Security. (wikipedia.org)
  • The School of Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Ethnic Studies and Social Justice is committed to the delivery of a broad based curriculum reflective of the highest academic standards, which support and create pathways for students to fulfill their educational goals, preparing them for civic engagement and participation in a democratic society. (ccsf.edu)
  • He has held visiting appointments at Yale University (1989), St John's College, Oxford (1992), Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (2002) and the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University (2003). (wikipedia.org)
  • Terje Sagvolden (12 February 1945 - 12 January 2011, Oslo) was a Norwegian behavioral neuroscientist, a professor at the Universities of Oslo and Tromsø, and adjunct professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. (wikipedia.org)
  • He was Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Hawai'i and Chair of the Governing Council of the Center for Global Nonkilling. (wikipedia.org)
  • Among other distinctions, he is winner of the 1992 Stirling Prize, Fellow-elect of the Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, member of the Academia Europaea, and 2009 Hale Professor of the Linguistic Society of America. (wikipedia.org)
  • The science of decision-making aims to get a more accurate fix on how people feel about buying habits, taxes, consumer products, travel and leisure, with broad implications for productivity and competitiveness, labor relations and consumer spending. (nsf.gov)