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Revolution Remixxx 2011: Protest Song Marocaine
In late 2010, those of us interested in the Middle East were surprised by persistent protests in Tunisia. My family and I were evacuated from Cairo on February 2, 2011. I returned to Egypt on February 13, and a week later, ...
Post–Breast Cancer Lymphedema and the Family: A Qualitative Investigation of Families Coping With Chronic Illness
The number of women who experience breast cancer is increasing. Meanwhile there have been improvements in technologies used for detection and intervention. As a result, more women are living as breast cancer survivors who ...
Research Directions for Pushing Harnessing Human Computation to Mainstream Video Games
In this paper, we propose a research direction that will allow the harnessing of human computation to be included in mainstream video games. Human computing resources are vastly different and superior in some cases ...
An Orthodox Social Gospel in Late-Imperial Russia
On Sunday morning, 9 January 1905, 150,000 workers and their families marched from various parts of St. Petersburg and converged upon the Winter Palace to present a “Most Loyal and Humble Address” to tsar Nicholas II asking ...
Praise for regret: people value regret above other negative emotions
What do people think about the emotion of regret? Recent demonstrations of the psychological benefits of regret have been framed against an assumption that most people find regret to be aversive, both when experienced ...
Mystery Plots: Motivating Algebraic Model Building with Dynamic Sketches
In this paper, we explore the use of dynamic geometry software (DGS) as a medium for changing student and teacher interactions (and attitudes) with functions. We o er three examples of sketches that may be used to encourage ...
Writing the Urals: Permanence and Ephemerality in Ol'ga Slavnikova’s 2017
Ol'ga Slavnikova’s novel 2017 (Vagrius, 2006) made her the second woman to win Russia’s coveted Booker Prize, garnering conflicting critical responses in the process. Many hurried to label the narrative a dystopia: 2017’s ...
Women's literacy in Old Russia: hypotheses and facts
What we regret most . . . and why
Which domains in life produce the greatest potential for regret, and what features of those life domains explain why? Using archival and laboratory evidence, the authors show that greater perceived opportunity within ...
Multi-measure investigation of the divergence of implicit and explicit consumer evaluations
This research extends findings that implicit and explicit attitudes may diverge to a consumer evaluation task using multiple measures of implicit evaluation: Evaluative Movement Assessment (EMA; Brendl, Markman, & Messner, ...