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Deferred Feedback Does Not Dissociate Implicit and Explicit Category-Learning Systems: Commentary on Smith et al. (2014).


Phenotypic description of two adult brothers presenting with mild form of Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome.

Matt Bernstein, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus.


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Study of the lifestyle of economically active population of the chernivtsi region: the prevalence of risk factors among business entities in the market.

Introduction: To reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and premature mortality, it is necessary to influence the risks of their occurrence at all stages of life. Economically active population, which can be more at risk, is required the special attention. The aim of the study is to investigate the prevalence for risk factors of major NCDs among the economically active population of the Chernivtsi region in the example of business entities in the market.

Proliferation and Differentiation of Gastric Mucous Neck and Chief Cells During Homeostasis and Injury-induced Metaplasia.

Adult zymogen-producing (zymogenic) chief cells (ZCs) in the mammalian gastric gland base are believed to arise from descending mucous neck cells, which arise from stem cells. Gastric injury, such as from Helicobacter pylori infection in patients with chronic atrophic gastritis, can cause metaplasia, characterized by gastric cell expression of markers of wound-healing; these cells are called spasmolytic polypeptide-expressing metaplasia (SPEM) cells. We investigated differentiation and proliferation pattern...

Leading Change and Negotiation Strategies for Division Leaders in Clinical Medicine.

Most physician leaders assume their administrative role based on past achievements but with very little leadership training. In this article, leaders of the Association of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Division Directors describe two leadership skills that are often required to effectively lead in a clinical division at an academic or community hospital setting: leading change and negotiation strategy. We adopted our discussion from the business sector and refined the approaches through our own experie...

ETL Framework for Real-Time Business Intelligence over Medical Imaging Repositories.

In the last decades, the amount of medical imaging studies and associated metadata has been rapidly increasing. Despite being mostly used for supporting medical diagnosis and treatment, many recent initiatives claim the use of medical imaging studies in clinical research scenarios but also to improve the business practices of medical institutions. However, the continuous production of medical imaging studies coupled with the tremendous amount of associated data, makes the real-time analysis of medical imagi...

Business Case for Magnet® in a Small Hospital.

Retirement of Dr. Shaw and a New Acting Editor in Chief for .

Cannabis in Malta-big business or laxing restrictions?

Long-term phenology of two North American secondary cavity-nesters in response to changing climate conditions.

Wildlife populations can respond to changes in climate conditions by either adapting or moving to areas with preferred climate regimes. We studied nesting responses of two bird species, western bluebird (Sialia mexicana) and ash-throated flycatcher (Myiarchus cinerascens), to changing climate conditions (i.e., rising temperatures and increased drought stress) over 21 years in northern New Mexico. We used data from 1649 nests to assess whether the two species responded to changing climate conditions through ...

Is Academic Medicine Ready for Term Limits?

The use of term limits in politics and business has been proposed as a means to refresh leadership, encourage innovation, and decrease gender and racial disparities in positions of power. Many U.S. states and the executive boards of businesses have incorporated them into their constitutions and bylaws; however, studies in politics and business have shown that implementing term limits has mixed results. Specifically, research in politics has shown that terms limits have had a minimal effect on the number of ...

Equity360: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity-The Business Case for Diversity.

Facilitating a change model in age-friendly hospital certification: Strategies and effects.

The ageing population is a powerful and transformative demographic force. The World Health Organization (WHO) has encouraged the development of an age-friendly hospital (AFH) network. However, no specific implementation strategies or best practices of AFH standards have been produced. This study sought to apply Kotter's change model to the elements included in a successful AFH certification process and to evaluate the changes in employees' knowledge of ageing and their attitudes toward the elderly. This was...

Nationalism and human rights: A replication and extension.

A recent article has found nationalism to be negatively associated with government respect for several human rights. In this article, I replicate the original study's findings, I demonstrate that these findings are robust to an alternate model specification, and I then extend the analysis to additional human rights not examined by the original author. Ultimately, I find that in comparison to when the chief executive is not nationalist, when the chief executive is highly nationalist, that state is less likel...

Sustaining WEEE collection business in China: The case of online to offline (O2O) development strategies.

WEEE has become a global focus because of its environmental pollution and human health risk and the valuable resources contained. China's ban on solid waste imports reconstructs the global WEEE flow, leading to a more complicated situation for global WEEE recycling that asks for innovative development. The advanced development of the Internet opens new doors to WEEE collection-the first step of recycling, O2O (integrating online platform and offline collection) development strategies are adopted by many com...

Cancer drug resistance needs urgent attention, says research chief.

On Being the Editor in Chief of the Journal CHEST®: 14 Memorable Years.

Knowing Your Personal Brand: What Academics Can Learn From Marketing 101.

Academic departments are increasingly borrowing from the business world as they encourage faculty members to consider their personal mission, vision, and values statements in crafting their plans for engagement and advancement. Business organizations have long known that although doing the work necessary to refine these internal guideposts is important, failing to understand what consumers actually perceive about their product is detrimental. In the business world, perception is reality, and understanding t...

Design of an optimal fractional fuzzy gain-scheduled Smith Predictor for a time-delay process with experimental application.

This study addresses an experimental investigation of a novel modified Smith Predictor (SP) based fractional fuzzy gain-scheduled control scheme in control of a time-delayed thermal process. The control strategy employees a fuzzy algorithm to adjust convenient controller parameters based on the system's operating conditions. Performance enhancement of the closed-loop system enables more robust behavior in the presence of disturbance while reducing energy consumption by producing a smooth control signal in c...

Using database linkages to measure innovation, commercialization, and survival of small businesses.

Here, we report the results of an outcomes evaluation of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). Since the programs' inception, assessments of the SBIR/STTR programs at several federal agencies have utilized surveys of former grantees as the primary source of data. Response rates have typically been low, making non-response bias a potential threat to the validity of some of these studi...

Correction: Spodoptera frugiperda Smith (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Cameroon: Case study on its distribution, damage, pesticide use, genetic differentiation and host plants.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0215749.].

Some difficulties involved in locating the truth behind conscientious objection in medicine.

Inspired by Smith, Ben-Moshe suggests that we should only accommodate conscientious objections (COs) in medicine based on moral beliefs that are true, or which closely approximate to the truth. He suggests that we can identify moral truths by consulting our consciences when our consciences adopt the standpoint of an impartial spectator. He also suggests some (surprisingly modest) changes to our current practices in regard to the management of CO in medicine that would be needed were his proposal to be adopt...


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