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This data presents a collection of EEG recordings of seven participants with Intellectual and Developmental Disorder (IDD) and seven Typically Developing Controls (TDC). The data is recorded while the participants observe a resting state and a soothing musical stimulus. The data was collected using a high-resolution multi-channel dry-electrode system from EMOTIV called EPOC+. This is a 14-channel device with two reference channels and a sampling frequency of 128 Hz. The data was collected in a noise-isolated room. The participants were informed of the experimental procedure, related risks and were asked to keep their eyes closed throughout the experiment. The data is provided in two formats, (1) Raw EEG data and (2) Pre-processed and clean EEG data for both the group of participants. This data can be used to explore the functional brain connectivity of the IDD group. In addition, behavioral information like IQ, SQ, music apprehension and facial expressions (emotion) for IDD participants is provided in file “QualitativeData.xlsx". Data Usage: The data is arranged as follows: 1. Raw Data: Data/RawData/RawData_TDC/Music and Rest Data/RawData/RawData_IDD/Music and Rest 2. Clean Data Data/CleanData/CleanData_TDC/Music and Rest Data/CleanData/CleanData_IDD/Music and Rest
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The dataset is in a R file containing the adjusted phenotypes and the genomic relationship of 473 Populus deltoides genotypes
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Data supporting the manuscript 'Somatic evolution of the non-neoplastic IBD affected colon' by Sigurgeir Olafsson et al. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/832014v1.article-metrics
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This dataset is the complete directory of all Trygve's web pages. The web page HTML code is found from its URL. For example, the HTML for http://folk.uio.no/trygver/themes/Personal/pp-index.html is in the file at themes/Personal/pp-index.html The University of Oslo is terminating its Web service after 25 years of operation. My gigabyte of web pages have been collected over the years and will no longer be accessible over the Net. The pages are stored in this dataset and it may be possible to transfer them to another service if required. It should in any case be possible to read the dataset with an HTML reader.
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The study presents an adaptive ES cost model that considers long-term, medium-term, and short-term ES applications, technologies and technical characteristics in a financial framework supported by in-market insight, including the capital costs of the technologies; operation and maintenance costs; replacement costs during the lifetime of the system; and disposal and recycling costs, based on the current ES costs from recently published studies, as the ES costs have changed rapidly in the past few years. The data set is the Matlab code of the formulated cost model.
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We examined the role of employee justice perceptions in explaining the distinct effects of two forms of pay transparency– process versus outcome pay transparency– on counterproductive workplace behavior (CWB). Study 1, a field study of 321 employees, revealed that process pay transparency is inversely related to CWB-O, with this effect mediated by greater procedural justice perceptions. In contrast, among employees perceiving their pay position as being lower than that of referent others, outcome pay transparency is positively associated with both CWB-O and CWB-I, with this effect mediated by reduced distributive justice perceptions. Study 2, using an online simulation-based experiment conducted on 394 employees and assessing actual deception behaviors, replicated and extended these findings. Specifically, when pay allocations were transparent (vs. secretive) and participant's pay was manipulated to be lower than that of teammates, participants reported lower distributive justice perceptions leading to heightened deception behaviors, with this effect mediated by a more negative emotional state. Analyses were done using MPlus 8.4. Files (.dat , and .inp , files are attached) for both CFA (Study 1) and path analyses (Studies 1 and 2). *-alt* files were used for testing alternative models reported in the papaer. R file and .csv file (Study 1) were used to compute alpha and omega values for ordinal indicators. Finally, *-omega* files (Study 2) were used to compute omegas in Study 2.
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Two sets of 4096-dimensional global image descriptors comprising 47781 and 26638 samples respectively (Total Size: 1.3 GB). More details can be found in the corresponding research publication: https://arxiv.org/abs/2001.08434 and the resource link: https://github.com/oravus/CoarseHash
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Dominance and prestige, as two distinct status-attaining qualities, are present in modern-day leaders at various levels of social hierarchies to various degrees. From an evolutionary perspective, we speculate that such leadership qualities are implicitly linked to the leadership preferences of followers in the environments where they are more effective or necessary. Moreover, individuals’ life-history strategy might moderate the effect of some contextual factors, such as environmental danger, on leadership preferences of dominant versus prestigious leaders. We proposed three hypotheses. First, humans should associate dominant leadership with danger, and associate prestigious leadership with safety (H1). Secondly, individual differences in leadership preference should reflect individuals’ life-history strategies such that those with fast life-history strategies should consider dominance-based leadership more positively than those with slow life-history strategies (H2). Thirdly, the associations between fast life-history strategy and preference for dominant leaders should be stronger in dangerous situations than in situations without danger (H3). We conducted three studies to test the aforementioned hypotheses. Specifically, Study 1a used an Implicit Association Test (IAT; Greenwald, McGhee, & Schwartz, 1998) task to assess the relative strength of the implicit association between leadership qualities (dominance versus prestige) and situational contexts (danger versus safety). This allowed us to examine whether there is a general association between dominance (prestige) and danger (safety). In Study 1b, another IAT task was devised to examine the link between leadership qualities and subjective evaluations (positive versus negative). We also examined whether the strength of the IAT effects in both Studies 1a and 1b correlates with participants’ self-reported life-history strategy and socioeconomic status. Finally, Study 2 assessed participants’ leadership preferences and expectations in response to four hypothetic scenarios after priming participants with danger or control conditions using an imagination procedure. This study also measured participants’ life-history strategy, which is seen as a potential moderator of the effects of situational danger on their leadership evaluations. The results showed that (1) participants implicitly associated danger with dominance, and safety with prestige (Study 1a); (2) the relative strength of the implicit association between positive evaluation and prestige is positively correlated with participants’ slow life-history strategy (Study 1b). In a third experiment (Study 2), we found that self-reported life-history strategy also moderated the effects of experimentally manipulated danger on leadership preferences. The association between dangerous environments and dominant leadership preference was stronger for participants with fast life-history strategies than those with slow life-history strategies.
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This dataset includes the daily meterological series over China, which is primarly downloaded from the China Meteorological Data Service Center and then be corrected and temporally interpolated by our group to fill the missing data. The hydrological observations include daily streamflow series over several stations, and have been quality control and error observations are detected and flaged.
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Here are all the raw data about the study of "Decoding and Systematization of Medical Imaging Features of Multiple Human Malignancies". Including the proposed correlation atlas to clarify the relationship between medical imaging features and human malignancies, and the CT image dataset of 1000 lung cancer patients for discovering the pattern of distribution of values of the texture features and explaining the visual difference of different image feature values, and all of the source code of this study.
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