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Should I Stay or Should I Go? Employment Discrimination and Workplace Harassment against Transgender and Other Minority Employees in Canada's Federal Public Service.

There is a growing literature interested in the workplace experiences of transgender individuals. The biggest limitation for researchers in this field continues to be the dearth of population-level data that captures information on gender identity and employment characteristics. Using the 2017 Public Service Employee Survey, this paper explores employment discrimination and workplace harassment against gender diverse (transgender, non-binary, genderqueer) and other minority employees working in Canada's fed...


Antimicrobial resistance genes present in the faecal microbiota of free-living Galapagos tortoises (Chelonoidis porteri).

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), encoded by plasmid-mediated AMR genes (ARGs), is an increasing global public health threat. Wildlife play a fundamental role as sentinels, reservoirs and potential vectors of ARGs. For the first time in Galapagos, we have identified and quantified the presence of ARGs in free-living giant tortoises (Chelonoidis porteri). We performed ARG analyses by quantitative PCR of faeces collected from the cloaca of 30 tortoises widely distributed across Santa Cruz Island. Validated samp...

A matter of taste: Spatial and ontogenetic variations on the trophic ecology of the tiger shark at the Galapagos Marine Reserve.

Sharks are top predators across ocean food webs and have a major ecological role in marine ecosystems. Investigating the trophic ecology of this group of species is thus essential to understand ecosystem functioning and inform specific management actions aimed at shark conservation. The Galapagos Islands represent one of the last ocean wildernesses, where populations of sharks and other top marine predators come close to a pristine status. Here we provide the first study on the trophic ecology of the tiger ...


Portable diagnosis of sleep apnea with the validation of individual event detection.

To develop an algorithm for improving apnea hypopnea index (AHI) estimation which includes event by event validation and event duration estimation. The algorithm uses breathing sounds, respiratory related movements and blood oxygen saturation (SaO).

Gait Trajectory and Event Prediction from State Estimation for Exoskeletons during Gait.

A real-time method is proposed to obtain a single, consistent probabilistic model to predict future joint angles, velocities, accelerations and jerks, together with the timing for the initial contact, foot flat, heel off and toe off events. In a training phase, a probabilistic principal component model is learned from normal walking, which is used in the online phase for state estimation and prediction. This is validated for normal walking and walking with an exoskeleton. Without exoskeleton, both joint tra...

The Perceptual Proxies of Visual Comparison.

Perceptual tasks in visualizations often involve comparisons. Of two sets of values depicted in two charts, which set had values that were the highest overall? Which had the widest range? Prior empirical work found that the performance on different visual comparison tasks (e.g., "biggest delta", "biggest correlation") varied widely across different combinations of marks and spatial arrangements. In this paper, we expand upon these combinations in an empirical evaluation of two new comparison tasks: the "big...

Is there an end in sight? Viewers' sensitivity to abstract event structure.

People segment the stream of experience into events, or temporal segments that have a beginning and an ending. But how are such event boundaries defined? Linguistic theories of event encoding draw a distinction between bounded events that include an inherent endpoint ("eat a pretzel") and unbounded events that lack such an endpoint ("eat cheerios"). Even though the literature on event cognition has not focused on such abstract aspects of event structure, we hypothesize that sensitivity to boundedness could ...

Action Production and Event Perception as Routine Sequential Behaviors.

It is argued that event perception and routine sequential action production share a range of characteristics (e.g., similar levels of automaticity, the involvement of sequentially and hierarchically organized schemata, and the coupled operation of predictive and monitoring processes). With this in mind, and in an effort to develop a mechanistic account of event perception, we consider how an existing model of routine sequential action production might be applied in the domain of event perception. We focus t...

Context-specific drinking and social anxiety: The roles of anticipatory anxiety and post-event processing.

Individuals with clinically elevated social anxiety are especially vulnerable to alcohol-related problems, despite not drinking more than those with less anxiety. It is therefore important to identify contexts in which socially anxious persons drink more to inform intervention efforts. This study tested whether social anxiety was related to greater drinking before, during, or after a social event and whether such drinking was related to the psychosocial factors anticipatory anxiety or post-event processing ...

Anticipating a future versus integrating a recent event? Evidence from eye-tracking.

When comprehending a spoken sentence that refers to a visually-presented event, comprehenders both integrate their current interpretation of language with the recent event and develop expectations about future event possibilities. Tense cues can disambiguate this linking, but temporary ambiguity in these cues may lead comprehenders to also rely on further, experience-based (e.g., frequency or an actor's gaze) cues. How comprehenders reconcile these different cues in real time is an open issue. Extant result...

Can routine monitoring of E. coli fully account for peak event concentrations at drinking water intakes in agricultural and urban rivers?

In several jurisdictions, the arithmetic mean of Escherichia coli concentrations in raw water serves as the metric to set minimal treatment requirements by drinking water treatment plants (DWTPs). An accurate and precise estimation of this mean is therefore critical to define adequate requirements. Distributions of E. coli concentrations in surface water can be heavily skewed and require statistical methods capable of characterizing uncertainty. We present four simple parametric models with different upper...

Byline Backstory No. 1: A Twice-Burned Toddler Finds Anesthetic Relief.

Multiple event times in the presence of informative censoring: modeling and analysis by copulas.

Motivated by a breast cancer research program, this paper is concerned with the joint survivor function of multiple event times when their observations are subject to informative censoring caused by a terminating event. We formulate the correlation of the multiple event times together with the time to the terminating event by an Archimedean copula to account for the informative censoring. Adapting the widely used two-stage procedure under a copula model, we propose an easy-to-implement pseudo-likelihood bas...

Introducing the UK's biggest orthodontic and splint laboratory.

Errata: Distributed Event-Triggered Adaptive Control for Cooperative Output Regulation of Heterogeneous Multi-Agent Systems Under Switching Topology.

This article aims to point out an error in the concerned paper and a possible correction to address the error. The correction is achieved by several revisions made on the corresponding assumption, event-triggering function, adaptive laws, and event-triggered control law.

Survey of US gynecologic oncologists finds that approximately 64% have experienced sexual harassment.

Pharmacological rewriting of fear memories: A beacon for post-traumatic stress disorder.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychopathological response that develops after exposure to an extreme life-threatening traumatic event. Its prevalence ranges from 0.5% to 14.5% worldwide. Due to the complex pathophysiology of PTSD, currently available treatment approaches are associated with high chances of failure, thus further research to identify better pharmacotherapeutic approaches is needed. The traumatic event associated with fear memories plays an important role in the development of PTS...

Staffing: the biggest challenge.

Periodic Event-Triggered Output-Feedback Stabilization for Stochastic Systems.

This article is devoted to explore the periodic event-triggered stabilization for continuous-time stochastic systems, and to develop analysis tools/methods for stochastic periodic event-triggered control. Notably, without real-time monitoring of system behavior as in the scenario with continuous event evaluation, it is critical to delicately estimate and govern the execution/sampling error to achieve the desired system performance. This, under stochastic effects, would be substantially challenging, since th...

Human and climatic drivers affect spatial fishing patterns in a multiple-use marine protected area: The Galapagos Marine Reserve.

Assessments of the effectiveness of marine protected areas (MPAs) usually assume that fishing patterns change exclusively due to the implementation of an MPA. This assumption increases the risk of erroneous conclusions in assessing marine zoning, and consequently counter-productive management actions. Accordingly, it is important to understand how fishers respond to a combination of the implementation of no-take zones, and various climatic and human drivers of change. Those adaptive responses could influenc...

Psychotrauma in the context of liaison psychiatry.

In the context of liaison psychiatry, potentially traumatic somatic situations at the psychic level are frequent. They can be grouped into three broad categories: 1) psychotrauma in connection with a medical event ; 2) traumatic event at the origin of somatic management ; 3) traumatic event prior to somatic management. It is important to know the possible clinical reactions after a traumatic event. In the immediate aftermath of trauma, a clinical assessment is recommended to allow early identification o...

The perceived effect of serious adverse perinatal events on clinical practice. Can it be objectively measured?

Obstetrics involves a high degree of clinical risk. While serious adverse events resulting in substantial maternal or neonatal morbidity or mortality are relatively rare it has been shown that exposure to a such an event can have a predominantly negative personal and professional impact on the healthcare professionals who are involved. There is little in the published literature to show an objective change in clinical practice as a result of an adverse event. The aim of this study was to identify if it was ...

UK Study Finds Benefit to Prophylactic Antibiotics After Operative Vaginal Births.

The approach significantly reduced maternal infection.

New research finds lung cancer screening guidelines are insufficient for firefighters.

Genome-wide identification and functional analysis of the WDR protein family in potato.

WD-repeat (WDR) proteins are highly abundant and participate in a seemingly wide range of interactions and cellular functions acting as scaffolding molecules. However, WDR identification in potato has not been conducted so far. In this study, we demonstrated the presence of at least 168 WDR genes in potato ( L.) which can be subdivided into five discrete clusters (Cluster I-V) and 10 classes inferred from their phylogenetic features of the constituent genes and the distribution of domains. These genes are d...


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