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  • Transitioning from Successful Aging: A Life Course Approach 

    Cooney, Teresa M.; Curl, Angela
    Objectives: The life course perspective and representative U.S. data are used to test Rowe and Kahn’s Successful Aging (SA) conceptualization. Four sets of influences (childhood experiences; social structural factors; ...
  • Some unwritten rules of graduate school, written down 

    Summerville, Amy
    An informal set of of advice, expectations, and “unwritten rules” slightly modified from a version for graduate students in my lab that I prepared for 2 incoming students in the fall of 2017. (The version they got included ...
  • Ohio Civic Health Index Report 

    Forren, John P.; Conover, Theresa Ervin
    The 2016 Ohio Civic Health Index Report (OCHI) is the product of an ongoing partnership between the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) – a Washington, D.C.-based organization chartered by Congress in 1953 – and ...
  • The Police Engaging the Business Community: Using Survey Research to Examine Needs 

    Conover, Theresa Ervin
    This case study describes a survey research project in an experiential, classroom/field setting. It provides an example of the collaboration between a practitioner agency (police department) and researcher (the University). ...
  • Policing on Demand: An Observational Study of Mobilization and Citizen Encounters across Communities 

    Conover, Theresa Ervin; Liederbach, John
    Abstract Police scholars generally accept that officers behave differently across communities and that those differences are influenced by specific community-level measures. This consensus is based on surprisingly scant ...
  • Integrating Community-based Research into a Criminal Justice Capstone Course 

    Conover, Theresa Ervin
    There have been a number of themes influencing teaching approaches in undergraduate education in recent years. These include experiential learning and an emphasis on providing research opportunities to students. Couple ...
  • College and Career Readiness and the Every Student Succeeds Act 

    Malin, Joel R; Bragg, Debra D; Hackmann, Donald G
    Purpose: This study addressed the current policy push to improve students’ college and career readiness (CCR) as manifested within the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and examined CCR policy in the state of Illinois as ...
  • Non-Covalent Interactions 

    Page, Richard; Roche Allred, Zahilyn; Lowery Bretz, Stacey; Tai, Heeyoung
    Video describing non-covalent interactions to accompany “Using PyMOL to Explore the Effects of pH on Non-Covalent Interactions between Immunoglobulin G and Protein A: A Guided-Inquiry Biochemistry Activity”. Authors: ...
  • Myoglobin (MBN) PyMOL Session File 

    Page, Richard; Roche Allred, Zahilyn; Lowery Bretz, Stacey; Tai, Heeyoung
    PyMOL session file to accompany the "How to use PyMOL" video within “Using PyMOL to Explore the Effects of pH on Non-Covalent Interactions between Immunoglobulin G and Protein A: A Guided-Inquiry Biochemistry Activity”. ...
  • Protein_A_IgG_interactions PyMOL Session File 

    Page, Richard; Roche Allred, Zahilyn; Lowery Bretz, Stacey; Tai, Heeyoung
    PyMOL session file to accompany “Using PyMOL to Explore the Effects of pH on Non-Covalent Interactions between Immunoglobulin G and Protein A: A Guided-Inquiry Biochemistry Activity”. Authors: Zahilyn D. Roche Allred, ...
  • Intermolecular Forces 

    Page, Richard; Roche Allred, Zahilyn; Lowery Bretz, Stacey; Tai, Heeyoung
    Video describing intermolecular forces to accompany “Using PyMOL to Explore the Effects of pH on Non-Covalent Interactions between Immunoglobulin G and Protein A: A Guided-Inquiry Biochemistry Activity”. Authors: Zahilyn ...
  • How to Use PyMOL 

    Page, Richard; Roche Allred, Zahilyn; Lowery Bretz, Stacey; Tai, Heeyoung
    Tutorial video for using PyMOL to accompany “Using PyMOL to Explore the Effects of pH on Non-Covalent Interactions between Immunoglobulin G and Protein A: A Guided-Inquiry Biochemistry Activity”. Authors: Zahilyn D. ...
  • ERPs of Children Aged 6-12 During Optical Spatial Reasoning Video Game Task 

    Schroer, Joseph
    This talk focused on analysis of ERPs of Children Aged 6-12 during a video game task. Behavioral and psychophysiological results were presented. Discussion focused on the importance of spatial reasoning development of ...
  • What is the Problem? Prejudice as an Attitude-in-Context 

    Diekman, Amanda; Eagly, Alice
    Keywords: prejudice, negativity, stereotypes, social roles, socioeconomic change This chapter contains section titled: Allport's Views on “The Nature of Prejudice”, Developments since Allport: Evidence of Prejudice in ...
  • Beyond the Damsel in Distress: Gender Differences and Similarities in Enacting Prosocial Behavior 

    Diekman, Amanda; Clark, Emily
    We examine gender differences and similarities in prosocial behavior from the vantage point of social role theory. According to this perspective, the gendered division of labor leads to gender roles, which are elaborated ...
  • Seeking congruity between goals and roles: A new look at why women opt out of STEM careers 

    Diekman, Amanda; Brown, Elizabeth; Johnston, Amanda; Clark, Emily
    Although women have nearly attained equality with men in several formerly male-dominated fields, they remain underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). We argue that one important factor ...
  • Differential effects of female and male candidates on system justification: Can cracks in the glass ceiling foster complacency? 

    Diekman, Amanda; Brown, Elizabeth
    Despite women’s increasing representation in elected offices across a range of countries, women remain a minority of elected officials (Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2012). Although greater gender equality in political ...
  • A Change Will Do Us Good: Threats Diminish Typical Preferences for Male Leaders 

    Diekman, Amanda; Brown, Elizabeth; Schneider, Monica
    The current research explores role congruity processes from a new vantage point by investigating how the need for change might shift gender-based leadership preferences. According to role congruity theory, favorability ...
  • The Effect of Context on the Silver Ceiling: A Role Congruity Perspective on Prejudiced Responses 

    Diekman, Amanda; Hirnisey, Leigh
    Three studies examined role incongruity as a source of age bias in hiring decisions. Building upon previous research demonstrating contextual variation in prejudice, we predicted that prejudiced responses emerge particularly ...

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