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Cohabitation to collaboration: university center partnerships and the opportunity for an idea state of collaboration
When you embark on a new roommate scenario, sharing space is not always an easy adjustment. This holds true in cohabiting higher education arrangements as well, such as university centers (UCs) where more than one academic ...
Understanding the basis behind undergraduate' pre-existing perceptions of the library in order to improve library help services
Studies on the topic of library use by millennial students have called for more qualitative studies to support the quantitative data. This study used a survey and face-to-face interviews to collect qualitative data from ...
Using crowd sourcing to change the real estate landscape
Buying a home is the single largest purchase a person will make in their lifetime and often the most difficult decision. In the past, new home buyers would rely on realtors to assist them in their home search. But as ...
Clocked Out Web Series
At the time of this writing, I had recently been laid off from an employer with whom I worked for since 2006. The company consisted of the husband and wife owners and eight to ten full-time employees, depending on the sales ...
Predictors of Death Sentencing for Minority, Equal, and Majority Female Juries in Capital Murder Trials
(Women & Criminal Justice, 2016-01)
The relatively small body of prior research investigating whether the sex composition of juries impacts sentencing decisions has produced equivocal results. Exploring this topic further, the current study used a large ...
Major trends in knowledge management research: a bibliometric study
This study provides an overview of the knowledge management literature from 1980 through 2014. We employ bibliometric and text mining analyses on a sample of 500 most cited articles to examine the impact of factors such ...
Nonverbal Reactions to Ostracism: When Does Ostracism Prompt Us to Reconnect or to Disconnect?
The present research explored the potential ability of various nonverbal behaviors to facilitate social reconnection following ostracism. In two experiments, participants played Cyberball prior to watching a film. In ...
Does the thought of death accelerate a fast life history strategy?: Evaluating a mortality salience prime
The characteristics of the developmental environment can have long-term effects on an individual's metabolism, stress-sensitivity, hormone levels, and gene expression. Life history theory suggests these outcomes can be ...
Analysts’ Long-Horizon Earnings Forecast Properties and Long-Horizon Macroeconomic Forecast Optimism
We examine whether the properties of earnings forecasts – bias and dispersion are different across periods when macroeconomic forecasts are optimistic than non-optimistic, and whether this difference in analyst forecast ...
Nate Parker is Not a Victim: the "Birth of a Nation" Filmmaker Needs to Stop Talking About His Innocense
Nate Parker is not a victim: “The Birth of a Nation” filmmaker needs to stop talking about his innocence. His “vindication” is beside the point. The problem is rape culture, and Parker’s past is part of his film’s message.