Data collected in order to analyze social-cognitive growth in fiction, particularly the Harry Potter series, using interpersonal decentering scores. The original data consists of scores taken from randomly sampled pages in the Harry Potter series.
Data management plan for the grant, "Collaborative Research: Increasing Inclusion and Equity of Minoritized STEM Faculty: Examining the Role of Epistemic Exclusion in Scholar(ly) Evaluation Practices."
Paper exploring the desegregation of schools in Texarkana, Texas, including Texarkana College and the Texarkana Independent School District, and it explores how related events are represented in the media.
Data management plan for the grant, "An Ethnic Spring in the Food Desert? How State Policy Affects Food Environments and Business Entrepreneurships." In food system research, the reduced quality of one's food environment (the combination of food security and food access) is a direct symptom of social, political, and economic disparities. Our research has three primary objectives: Aim 1: To determine the role of state policy in the food environment of immigrant communities and communities of color in the United States, Aim 2: To dissect how state and local policies affect the participation of these communities in the U.S. food system, local food environments, and food business ownership, and Aim 3: To explain the current role and the future role of local policy in the food environment of immigrant communities and communities of color in the United States.
Data management plan for the grant, "Examination and Refinement of a Novel Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Processing of Positive Memories Technique (PPMT)." The study aims to examine effects of and targets underlying a novel technique for posttraumatic stress disorder focused on positive memories (Processing of Positive Memories Technique; PPMT). Specific aims include (1) examining PPMT’s effects; (2) examining mechanistic targets such as improved affect underlying PPMT’s effects; and (3) refining PPMT.
The authors of the article conducted a collaborative ethnography at a tertiary care center during the acute phase of the response to the threat of COVID-19. they found that COVID-19 exacerbated pre-existing tensions and threats to the core values of emergency medicine.
September 10, 2022
Purdy, Eve; Forster, Gillian; Manlove, Hayley; McDonough, Laura; Powell, Meredith; Wood, Krista et al.
Data management plan for the grant, "The North Texas-20". The North Texas-20 project builds upon its established work to redress unmet needs of our region, support for underserved communities, and contribute to psychology workforce diversification.
Data management plan for the grant, "Collaborative Research: MRA: Particulates in canopy flowpaths: A missing mass flux at the macrosystem scale?" This research will investigate a vital, but currently uncharacterized, macrosystem biogeochemical function within forest canopies at the very start of the terrestrial hydrologic cycle: particulate concentration, flux, and composition in rainwaters draining from forest canopies. We will address three major objectives: (1) Estimate the net rainfall (TF+ SF) water and particulate mass flux across forest types; (2) Characterize the particulate composition (C:N:P, including C components, like total C, organic C, black C, and microplastic C) of TF and SF; and (3) Identify major drivers of macrosystem variability in net rainfall particulate flux and composition.
Data management plan for the grant, "HRSA Center of Excellence". The North Texas Center for Excellence (COE) will serve as an innovative resource for recruitment, training, and retention of health service psychology (HSP) Hispanic students and faculty, will improve clinical education and cultural competence associated with minority health issues and social determinates of health, and will facilitate research on minority health and health care delivery.
Data management plan for the grant, "Multi-Source Irrigation Status and Type Mapping." This grant will quantify the long-term irrigation status and system type changes in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley for an advanced understanding of irrigation-induced water resource changes by integrating multi-source earth observation data, machine learning techniques, artificial intelligence and cloud computing.
Data management plan for the grant, "Piloting Deposit Contracts to Increase Accessibility of a Contingency Management Intervention to Reduce Problematic Drinking". The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the feasibility and/or effectiveness of deposit contracts as an intervention for problematic drinking.
This article presents a study of urban expansion in the Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei plain based on ALOS Global Digital Surface Model “ALOS World 3D-30 m” (AW3D30 DSM), Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) DSM, and Landsat 7 ETM+ images. The method proposed in this paper can provide rapid and large-scale statistics to study urban construction expansion in the world.
May 24, 2022
Wang, Yanping; Dong, Pinliang; Liao, Shunbao; Zhu, Yueqin; Zhang, Da & Yin, Na
Article presents a study (i) assessing and modeling soil erosion vulnerability based on the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) approach in Hoffenthal and KwaMaye communities within the uThukela Catchment, South Africa; and (ii) identifying the relevant sustainable interventions and remedial strategies to combat soil erosion in the study area.