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Further defence of legal age change: a reply to the critics.

In 'Moral case for legal age change', I argue that sometimes people should be allowed to change their age. I refute six immediate objections against the view that age change is permissible. I argue that the objections cannot show that legal age change should always be prohibited. In this paper, I consider some further objections against legal age change raised by Iain Brassington, Toni Saad and William Simkulet. I argue that the objections fail to show that age change should never be allowed.


Evaluating Transfer of Continuing Education to Nursing Practice.

The nursing profession needs solid evidence of the important contributions that continuing education (CE) makes to nursing practice change. We analyzed nurses' intent to change practice, actual practice change, and examples of practice change after completing CE courses of differing types, topics, and geographic locations.

Comparing the impacts of climate change on the responses and linkages between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.

Aquatic and terrestrial organisms are being exposed to a number of anthropogenically-induced environmental stresses as a consequence of climate change. In addition, climate change is altering various linkages that exist between ecosystems on land and in water. Here we compare and contrast how climate change is altering aquatic and terrestrial environments and address some of the ways that the organisms in these ecosystems, especially the primary producers, are being affected by climate change factors, inclu...


Cognitive influences in language evolution: Psycholinguistic predictors of loan word borrowing.

Languages change due to social, cultural, and cognitive influences. In this paper, we provide an assessment of these cognitive influences on diachronic change in the vocabulary. Previously, tests of stability and change of vocabulary items have been conducted on small sets of words where diachronic change is imputed from cladistics studies. Here, we show for a substantially larger set of words that stability and change in terms of documented borrowings of words into English and into Dutch can be predicted b...

The responsiveness and interpretability of psychosocial patient-reported outcome measures in chronic musculoskeletal pain rehabilitation.

For several widely-used patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMSP) rehabilitation, it is still not known whether they are responsive to change, and what the smallest detectable change (SDC) and minimal clinically important change (MCIC) are. Knowledge of these values can be used to accurately interpret change scores in research and clinical practice.

We need more realistic climate change experiments for understanding ecosystems of the future.

Experiments that alter local climate and measure community- and ecosystem-level responses are an important tool for understanding how future ecosystems will respond to climate change. Here, we synthesized data from 76 studies that manipulated climate and measured plant community responses, and find that most climate change experiments do not correspond to model-projected climate scenarios for their respective regions. This mismatch constrains our ability to predict responses of plant biodiversity and ecosys...

Fear of Change and the Courage to Overcome.

A nurse describes how she and her colleagues overcame their fears surrounding a change in practice.

Femtosecond two-photon absorption phase change spectroscopy of a ZnSe single crystal.

We measured time- and frequency-resolved phase changes owing to two-photon absorption induced by ultrashort (10 fs) pulses transmitted through a transparent material (ZnSe crystal), using femtosecond two-photon phase change spectroscopy. The maximal phase change was 0.02 rad when a pulse with the energy density of 1.5 nJ was focused with the focus diameter of 100 μm. The maximal phase change occurred when a probe pulse was delayed with respect to a pump pulse by 64 fs. A calculation assuming two-photo...

Cultural Asymmetry Between Perceptions of Past and Future Personal Change.

Research has shown that Westerners expect less change to occur in the future than they recall having occurred in the past. The present research investigated how recalled change and anticipated change may vary across cultures. Because Chinese perceive past times as being closer to the present than do Westerners, and people believe things tend to change more over a long period of time than over a short period of time, Chinese may perceive smaller changes from the past to the present than do Westerners. Conseq...

Phase-change like process through bond switching in distorted and resonantly bonded crystal.

Although some methods to improve phase-change memory efficiency have been proposed, an effective experimental approach to induce a phase-change like process without external heat energy has not yet been reported. Herein we have shown that GeTe is a prototype phase-change material, which can exhibit a non-thermal phase-change-like process under uniaxial stress. Due to its structural characteristics like directional structural instability and resonance bonding under 1% uniaxial stress, we observed that bond s...

Rapid changes in eastern Himalayan alpine flora with climate change.

With biodiversity and rates of climate change among the highest, the eastern Himalaya are critical for understanding the interaction of these two variables. However, there is a dearth of longitudinal data sets that address the effects of climate change on the exceptional alpine biodiversity of the Himalaya.

Empowering the Next Generation to End Stigma By Starting the Conversation: Bring Change to Mind and the College Toolbox Project.

To examine outcomes in a four-year college pilot program built on stigma change research. U Bring Change to Mind (UBC2M) was developed and launched at Indiana University (IU) in 2014 as an institutionally-supported, student-led organization to make campuses "safe and stigma-free zones." The accompanying College Toolbox Project (CTP) assessed change in student prejudice and discriminatory predispositions as well as perceptions and behaviors at follow-up.

A Change-Management Approach to Closing Care Gaps in a Federally Qualified Health Center: A Rural Kentucky Case Study.

Effective organizational change requires intentional planning. We applied Kotter's 8-Step Process for Leading Change model in understanding and evaluating how a federally qualified health center in rural Kentucky implemented a significant organizational change - a proactive office encounter (POE) model - to improve preventive care service delivery, close care gaps, and reduce health disparities among its patients. We completed qualitative interviews with 21 clinic personnel (eg, administrators, physicians, ...

Health Promotion and Emergency Medical Care for All Age Groups Under Conditions of Climate Change.

Climate change impacts on the ecosystem services that people rely on, such as water, air, and agricultural products. The quality and quantity of various ecosystem services may be diminished under conditions of extreme climate change. Therefore, the effects of climate change may be expected to threaten people's health and survival. The concept of health promotion includes attention to the environment and emphasizes balance between nature and manmade structures. In addition, health promotion practices and act...

Identifying Different Ways People Change: A Latent Basis Growth Mixture Model Example Identifying Nonlinear Trajectories of Binge Drinking.

Our field of couple and family therapy focuses on change, different ways people change, and how therapists can facilitate change. Change can be modeled as an average trajectory-growth curve model-or as multiple classes of trajectories-growth mixture model. The field of MFT has not yet fully embraced implementing more advanced longitudinal modeling procedures to study what we care about most, change across time. To support our field moving in this direction, we provide a step-by-step description and example ...

Understanding the effect of dry Etching on Nanoscale Phase-Change Memory.

PCM (phase-change memory) is an important class of data storage, operating based on the Joule heating-induced reversible switching of chalcogenide alloys. Nanoscale PCM often requires advanced microfabrication techniques such as dry (plasma) etching, but the possible impacts of process damages or imperfections on the device performance still remain relatively unexplored. This is critical because some chemical etching species are known to cause over-etching with rough edge onto the sidewall of a phase-change...

Configurational entropy components and their contribution to biomolecular complex formation.

Configurational entropy change is a central constituent of the free energy change in non-covalent interactions between biomolecules. Due to both experimental and computational limitations, however, the impact of individual contributions to configurational entropy change remains underexplored. Here, we develop a novel, fully analytical framework to dissect the configurational entropy change of binding into contributions coming from molecular-internal and external degrees of freedom. Importantly, this framewo...

70% Failure Rate: An Imperative for Better Change Management.

The McKinsey consulting group reports data that 70% of all change management efforts fail. A 30% success rate is troubling, particularly when considering the associated costs in the form of loss of competitive position, confidence of the workforce in leadership, and quality improvements and anticipated costs reductions. The ADKAR Model offers a contemporary set of tools to more effectively address change. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2019;50(4):148-149.].

Change in some quality of life domains mimics change in tremor severity after ultrasound thalamotomy.

Posttraumatic Symptoms and Change of Complicated Grief among Bereaved Families of the Sewol Ferry Disaster: One Year Follow-up Study.

The objective of this study was to determine whether severity and severity change of coexisting psychiatric symptoms might affect change of complicated grief (CG) regarding the Sewol ferry disaster.

What Prompts Policy Change? Comparative Analyses of Efforts to Create Age-Friendly Cities in 14 Cities in Indonesia.

Four years after an age-friendly city (AFC) assessment across Indonesia, this article presents a comparative analysis of policy changes that have taken place across different AFC dimensions and factors associated with more and less change. Nine of fourteen cities initiated changes, ranging from public declarations, regulations, and creation or expansion of services. Our findings suggest that the AFC assessment can offer a means to engage policy makers, which in turn may facilitate city-level change, particu...

Pretreatment Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptom Network Metrics Predict the Strength of the Association Between Node Change and Network Change During Treatment.

Network analysis has been increasingly applied in an effort to understand complex interactions among symptoms in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Although methods that initially focused on identifying central symptoms in cross-sectional networks have been extended to longitudinal data that can reveal the relative roles of acute symptoms in the emergence of the PTSD syndrome, the association between network metrics and symptom change during treatment have yet to be explored in PTSD. To address this gap,...

Change deafness can be reduced, but not eliminated, using brief training interventions.

Research on change deafness indicates there are substantial limitations to listeners' perception of which objects are present in complex auditory scenes, an ability that is important for many everyday situations. Experiment 1 examined the extent to which change deafness could be reduced by training with performance feedback compared to no training. Experiment 2 compared the efficacy of training with detailed feedback that identified the change and provided performance feedback on each trial, training withou...

Personality Change in Middle Adulthood: With Focus on Differential Susceptibility.

Little attention has been paid to middle adulthood in research on personality stability and change. In addition, previous research on individual differences in personality change has not fully explained its variability. This study focused on the differential susceptibility model, which suggests that individual susceptibility interacts with environmental factors and produces variability in outcomes, and investigated individual differences in personality change with a middle adult sample. A total of 1051 Japa...

Neighborhood social and economic change and diabetes incidence: The HeartHealthyHoods study.

We studied the association between neighborhood social and economic change and type 2 diabetes incidence in the city of Madrid (Spain). We followed 199,621 individuals living in 393 census tracts for diabetes incidence for 6 years using electronic health records, starting in 2009. We measured neighborhood social and economic change from 2005 to 2009 using a finite mixture model with 16 indicators that resulted in four types of neighborhood change. Adjusted results showed an association between neighborhood ...


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