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Responding to hate: how public universities react to alt-right speakers
This study examined how public universities who have hosted alt-right speakers on campus protected their reputations while also fostering a free speech environment and keeping students safe. Due to the First Amendment ...
You'll thank me later: a novella
Objective comparative analysis of personal sound amplification products (PSAPs) in the presence of reverberation
The purpose of this pilot study was to evaluate the performance of s a pair of traditional hearing aids (Oticon Nera2Pros) to a pair of high-end PSAPs (Soundworld Solutions Sidekicks) in the presence of reverberation. Three ...
Connecting the lots: prioritizing redevelopment strategies of vacant land in Baltimore City
The changing dynamics and inequities of land uses in Baltimore City are reviewed to justify vacant land redevelopment prioritization. Areas of coincidence between vacant land and non-vegetated space are identified and ...
Is vulnerability to age-related hearing loss also a predisposition to noise-induced hearing loss?
The connections between Age-Related Hearing Loss (ARHL), Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL), and genetics remain unknown. Age-Related Hearing Loss and Noise-Induced Hearing Loss are both complex, multifactorial disorders ...
Re-training the injured brain: a case series in sLORETA neurofeedback as an acute concussion intervention in youth
Concussion incidence rates are at epidemiological levels and rising (Giza & Hovda, 2001). Concussion symptoms caused by underlying cortical deregulation and functional disturbances (McCrory et al., 2017), which can be ...
Ethics in fake news: combatting the illusory truth effect with corrections
The illusory truth effect is the finding that when information is read multiple times, it appears as more truthful. The purpose of this study was to see if modifying the number of corrections issued to false news headlines ...
Not guilty by reason of youth? Perceptions of coercion in juvenile interrogations
Adolescents are at an increased risk for false confession compared to adults (e.g., Redlich & Goodman, 2003), yet police interrogate adolescents no differently (e.g., Cleary & Warner, 2016). While confession evidence tends ...
Wrath of the narcissists: vulnerable narcissism predicts greater spiteful punishment of a third-party transgressor
Self-enhancement motivations underlie a bevy of behaviors with the purpose of achieving and maintaining high, healthy self esteem. However, in individuals with especially favorable self-views (i.e., narcissists), ...
A phenomenological defense of sexual pharmakotherapy
In August 2015, the Food and Drug Administration approved flibanserin, a serotonin modulator, to treat hypoactive sexual desire disorder. Then, in November 2016, they approved prasterone, an intravaginal dehydroepiandrosterone ...