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  1. Patients with schizophrenia show aberrant patterns of basal ganglia activation: Evidence from ALE meta-analysis

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    Description: The diverse circuits and functional contributions of the basal ganglia, coupled with known differences in dopaminergic function in patients with schizophrenia, suggest they may be an important contributor to the etiology of the hallmark symptoms and cognitive dysfunction experienced by these patients. Using activation-likelihood-estimation meta-analysis of functional imaging research, we...
    Keyword: Basal ganglia, schizophrenia, neuroimaging, dopamine, and meta-analysis
    Creator: Vijay A. Mittal, Courtney E. Russell, Raeana E. Newberry, Jessica A. Bernard, and James R. M. Goen
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Elsevier
    Date Uploaded: 05/10/2017
    Date Modified: 05/10/2017
    Date Created: 2017-02-11
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nicl.2017.01.034
  2. Racial Assumptions Color the Mental Representation of Social Class

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    Description: We investigated the racial content of perceivers’ mental images of different socioeconomic categories. We selected participants who were either high or low in prejudice toward the poor. These participants saw 400 pairs of visually noisy face images. Depending on condition, participants chose the face that looked like a poor person,...
    Keyword: face perception, economic attitudes, dehumanization, social class, race, and social cognition
    Creator: Ryan F. Lei and Galen V. Bodenhausen
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Frontiers Media
    Date Uploaded: 05/10/2017
    Date Modified: 05/10/2017
    Date Created: 2017-04-05
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00519
  3. Texting and Mobile Phone App Interventions for Improving Adherence to Preventive Behavior in Adolescents: A Systematic Review

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    Description: Many preventable behaviors contribute to adolescent mortality and morbidity. Non-adherence to preventive measures represents a challenge and has been associated with worse health outcomes in this population. The widespread use of electronic communication technologies by adolescents, particularly the use of text messaging (short message service, SMS) and mobile phones, presents...
    Keyword: prevention, behavior, text messaging, mobile phone, mobile applications, adolescent, adherence, medication, and smartphone
    Creator: Sherif M. Badawy and Lisa M. Kuhns
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: JMIR Publications
    Date Uploaded: 05/10/2017
    Date Modified: 05/10/2017
    Date Created: 2017-04-19
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: doi:10.2196/mhealth.6837
  4. Ultra-high dimensional variable selection with application to normative aging study: DNA methylation and metabolic syndrome

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    Description: Metabolic syndrome has become a major public health challenge worldwide. The association between metabolic syndrome and DNA methylation is of great research interest. We constructed a binomial model to investigate the association between a metabolic syndrome index and DNA methylation in the Normative Aging Study. We applied the Iterative Sure...
    Keyword: ISIS, elastic net, Bootstrap, methylation, ultra-high dimensional variable selection, and Metabolic syndrome
    Creator: Wei Zhang, Joel Schwartz, Brian Joyce, Wenxin Jiang, Yinan Zheng, Grace Yoon, Andrea A. Baccarelli, Lifang Hou, Lei Liu, Zhou Zhang, Weihau Guan, Pantel S. Vokonas, Tao Gao, and Haixiang Zhang
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: BioMed Central
    Date Uploaded: 05/10/2017
    Date Modified: 05/10/2017
    Date Created: 2017-03-07
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: DOI: 10.1186/s12859-017-1568-1
  5. Payment Reform Needed to Address Health Disparities of Undiagnosed Diabetic Retinopathy in the City of Chicago

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    Description: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has expanded health coverage for thousands of Illinois residents. Expanded coverage, however, does not guarantee appropriate health care. Diabetes and its ocular complications serve as an example of how providers in underserved urban areas may not be able to keep up with new demand for...
    Keyword: opthalmology, telehealth, and diabetic retinopathy
    Creator: Jess J. Behrens, Michael Mbagwu, Curtis E. Margo, Kathryn L. Jackson, Charlesnika T. Evans, Theresa L. Walunas, Dustin D. French, and Abel N. Kho
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Springer
    Date Uploaded: 05/10/2017
    Date Modified: 05/10/2017
    Date Created: 2016-11-24
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: doi:10.1007/s40123-016-0072-4
  6. Losses and External Outcomes Interact to Produce the Gambler’s Fallacy

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    Description: When making serial predictions in a binary decision task, there is a clear tendency to assume that after a series of the same external outcome (e.g., heads in a coin flip), the next outcome will be the opposing one (e.g., tails), even when the outcomes are independent of one another....
    Keyword: gambler's fallacy
    Creator: Julia A. Mossbridge, Christopher J.R. Roney, and Satoru Suzuki
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: PLOS
    Date Uploaded: 05/10/2017
    Date Modified: 05/10/2017
    Date Created: 2017-01-27
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0170057
  7. Quantum coherence selective 2D Raman–2D electronic spectroscopy

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    Description: Electronic and vibrational correlations report on the dynamics and structure of molecular species, yet revealing these correlations experimentally has proved extremely challenging. Here, we demonstrate a method that probes correlations between states within the vibrational and electronic manifold with quantum coherence selectivity. Specifically, we measure a fully coherent four-dimensional spectrum...
    Keyword: Raman spectroscopy, nonlinear optics, and Chemical Physics
    Creator: Elad Harel, William O. Hutson, and Austin P. Spencer
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Springer Nature
    Date Uploaded: 05/08/2017
    Date Modified: 05/08/2017
    Date Created: 2017-03-17
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: doi:10.1038/ncomms14732
  8. Barriers and Facilitators toward HIV Testing and Health Perceptions among African-American Men Who Have Sex with Women at a South Side Chicago Community Health Center: A Pilot Study

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    Description: In the United States, African-Americans’ (AAs) HIV infection rates are higher than any other racial group, and AA men who have sex with women (MSW) are a significant proportion of new cases. There is little research into AA MSW HIV/AIDS knowledge, barriers, and facilitators of HIV testing in Chicago. We...
    Keyword: msw, african-american, HIV, behaviors, testing, and preceptions
    Creator: Gregory L. Jordan, Karriem Watson, Rohan D. Jeremiah, Marcus Murray, Nataka J. Moore, Michael A. Dixon, Courtney M.P. Hollowell, Adam B. Murphy, Ian J. Cooke, and Mary K. Keeter
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Frontiers Media
    Date Uploaded: 05/08/2017
    Date Modified: 05/08/2017
    Date Created: 2017-01-03
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article
    Identifier: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2016.00286
  9. Acoustic Enhancement of Sleep Slow Oscillations and Concomitant Memory Improvement in Older Adults

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    Description: Acoustic stimulation methods applied during sleep in young adults can increase slow wave activity (SWA) and improve sleep-dependent memory retention. It is unknown whether this approach enhances SWA and memory in older adults, who generally have reduced SWA compared to younger adults. Additionally, older adults are at risk for age-related...
    Keyword: memory, sleep, acoustic stimulation, slow waves, and aging
    Creator: Ken A. Paller, Nelly A. Papalambros, Phyllis C. Zee, Giovanni Santostasi, Rosemary Braun, Roneil G. Malkani, and Sandra Weintraub
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Frontiers Media
    Date Uploaded: 05/08/2017
    Date Modified: 05/08/2017
    Date Created: 2017-03-08
    Rights: Attribution 3.0 United States
    Resource Type: Article