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  1. Oct 2019
  2. Sep 2019
  3. Jun 2019
    1. As we gradually become surrounded by and coupled to smart gadgets which manipulate the information we promote about ourselves, we acquire an onlife personality—one different from our real world ‘embodied’ personality.

      The more people get smart gadgets and the more people get involved on social media, there can be a lot of manipulation to who they really are. When it comes to social media people can pick who they want to be on social media in reality that may not be who they really claim to be. This related to ethics of article one, there are ethics and principles that need to be reinforced to be true to other people and to ourselves.

  4. May 2019
    1. Why Speak If You Don't Need to? The-Case for a Listening Approach to Beginning Foreign Language Learning.

  5. Apr 2019
    1. Article - All views

      • Where are ORCID icons?
      • Crossmark button too large and taking up too much vertical space. Make smaller and place either flush left in line with publication date, or next to DOI
      • Need a link to "Review History"
      • Graphical abstract should appear ABOVE abstract
      • where do author footnotes appear?
      • Can we see a sample of an article that has a related Correction?
    2. Split View - Figs and Tables

      • This should be default view
      • Graphical abstract should appear with a heading.
      • Need for supp figures to appear here
        • Where is "View Metrics" link? [under "Related" tab. This tab should be renamed]
  6. Mar 2019
  7. Feb 2019
    1. Racialized Sexism/Sexualized Racism: A Multimethod Study of Intersectional Experiences of Discrimination for Asian American Women

      This article has been featured in an Article Spotlight! For a summary of the article from the author, please visit https://www.apa.org/pubs/highlights/spotlight/issue-119.

    1. The Kids Are Alright (Mostly): An Empirical Examination of Title IX Knowledge in Institutions of Higher Education

      This article has been featured in an Article Spotlight! For a summary of the article from the author, please visit https://www.apa.org/pubs/highlights/spotlight/issue-120.

    1. Reframing Marginalization and Youth Development: Introduction to the Special Issue

      This special issue has been featured in an Article Spotlight! For a summary of the special issue from the editor, please visit https://www.apa.org/pubs/highlights/spotlight/issue-122.

    1. Community-Based Mental Health Intervention Skills: Task Shifting in Low- and Middle-Income Settings

      This article has been featured in an Article Spotlight! For a summary of the article from the author, please visit https://www.apa.org/pubs/highlights/spotlight/issue-127.

    1. Do Outcomes of Clinical Trials Resemble Those “Real World” Patients? A Reanalysis of the STAR*D Antidepressant Data Set

      This article has been featured in an Article Spotlight! For a summary of the article from the author, please visit https://www.apa.org/pubs/highlights/spotlight/issue-125

  8. Dec 2018
    1. Zhou, W., Mukherjee, P., Kiebish, M. A., Markis, W. T., Mantis, J. G., & Seyfried, T. N. (2007). The calorically restricted ketogenic diet, an effective alternative therapy for malignant brain cancer. Nutrition & metabolism, 4(1), 5.
  9. Nov 2018
  10. Jun 2018
    1. Figure 9. Constraint plots

      This is another example of a form of online data we support for our authors. In this case the 83 objects analyzed in this paper each had graphical representations of the model fits. All 83 elements can be viewed in the online journal via a filmstrip UI element. Readers can read individual captions for each element, download individual plots, or the entire set.

    2. Only a portion of this table is shown here to demonstrate its form and content. A machine-readable version of the full table is available.

      This is an example of one of the Journal's machine readable tables. The reader clicks from the a shortened "example" version of the table inline to the main article to an ASCII text file that they can download and reuse. One of the Journal's data editors built this full ASCII text file from data provided by the author. This process includes standardizing formats, units and column explanations, which are all proofed by the author after the paper has been accepted.

    3. Our posterior samples are available online (10.5281/zenodo.162965).

      This is an example of our current data linking markup. Data links are inline to the text through a parenthetical anchored link to the DOI resource.

      There is a bug in the current version of the article. Our formal practice is to include this in the "Article Data" tab, which didn't happen this time. We will have to do some more work standardizing our production practices. We are also still thinking about how best to markup the anchored text.

      We have not yet adopted a formal XML schema for including data links. We are working on this, which may be made easier when we adopt the most recent JATS schema.

    1. 1- 13 A13 --- Planet Planet 15- 15 I1 --- robust Robust flag (1) 17- 23 F7.3 d Per Orbital period 25- 28 F4.1 Rgeo Rad Planet radius 30- 33 F4.2 Rgeo E_Rad 1{sigma} upper error bound on Rad 35- 38 F4.2 Rgeo e_Rad 1{sigma} lower error bound on Rad 40- 40 A1 --- r_Rad Source of planet-star radius ratio (2) 42- 44 F3.1 solMass Mstar Mass of host star 46- 49 F4.2 solMass E_Mstar 1{sigma} upper error bound on Mstar 51- 54 F4.2 solMass e_Mstar 1{sigma} lower error bound on Mstar 56- 56 I1 --- l_Md Md upper limit flag (3) 58- 63 F6.2 Mgeo Md Planet mass from default prior 65- 69 F5.2 Mgeo E_Md ?="" 1{sigma} upper error bound on Md 71- 74 F4.2 Mgeo e_Md ?="" 1{sigma} lower error bound on Md 76- 81 F6.2 g/cm3 rhod Planet density from default prior 83- 87 F5.2 g/cm3 E_rhod ?="" 1{sigma} upper error bound on rhod 89- 92 F4.2 g/cm3 e_rhod ?="" 1{sigma} lower error bound on rhod 94- 94 I1 --- l_Mh Mh upper limit flag (3) 96-100 F5.1 Mgeo Mh Planet mass from high mass prior 102-107 F6.2 Mgeo E_Mh ?="" 1{sigma} upper error bound on Md 109-112 F4.2 Mgeo e_Mh ?="" 1{sigma} lower error bound on Md 114-119 F6.2 g/cm3 rhoh Planet density from high mass prior 121-126 F6.2 g/cm3 E_rhoh ?="" 1{sigma} upper error bound on rhod 128-131 F4.2 g/cm3 e_rhoh ?="" 1{sigma} lower error bound on rhod 133-155 A23 --- Ref References (4)

      This is the main header block of the AAS Journal's "Machine Readable Format" for structured tables. It is based on the CDS table format, and follows their structuring rules. There are columns for the numerical format, units, labels, and explanations for each column.

  11. Feb 2018
    1. Theflowerhegave

      flower

    2. Inthesentenceabovewefindthearticle'an'.Itshowsusthatthespeakerdoesnotwantaspecificapple.Hecanhaveanyapple.

      learn a,an,the

    3. Therearetwotypesofarticles:

      Articles

  12. Jan 2018
    1. Coming up behind the millennials is another generation, even more tech-savvy, with even more mental health awareness. "Youth are taking over the conversation," says Connie Coniglio, the executive director of BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services.

      the issue is only going to increase because of the way society moving forward.

    2. he argues there's an ethical concern also at stake, beyond the economic case for business. "We have to make mental health truly accessible. It can't be a service for the wealthy."

      Ethos- emotional appeal of talking about the poor not being able to be helped

    3. view around therapy has shifted for his peers, including among men, who have traditionally been more resistant to seeking help.

      Because if the newer generation

    4. "If companies want a healthy workforce," he says, "[covering therapy] is probably one of the most important things to provide.

      benefiting the companies, reflected in my other documents

    5. the individuals who control benefits tend to be baby boomers, and those who are entering the work force are saying, 'you can't have the same expectations.' " In his parents' day, he suggests, there was no mental-health awareness - an employee complaining of depression or anxiety would be more likely told to get over it and work harder.

      This shows that difference between generations and how the older one was activating for hard work and pushing through pain, the newer one is about fixing things, not just ignoring them and hoping they go away

    6. "If I have an employee who is willing to come forward and share that kind of information with me," Casselman observes, "I better be well-equipped to respond to that as a manager."

      Shows a want/willingness for training my the heads of departments/managers.

    7. looks good on paper,

      Counter

    8. But coverage is only available to Starbucks employees who work more than 20 hours a week, which is about two-thirds of their 19,000 Canadian employees, according to company estimates.

      Counterclaim. It can only support so many people

    9. But companies are only patching up - not fixing - a big hole in Canada's mental-health-care system

      Counterclaim

    10. "We can learn a lot from what they have been accustomed to - being more transparent, more self-aware. Because of that, we are seeing more of a reduction in the stigma around talking about mental health."

      Millennials are a force that is pulling other generations

    11. Wellness programs pay for themselves in productivity

      How it counters its cost argument

    12. Ottawa will have to kick in much more than it's promising just to keep hospitals running properly - let alone expand areas such as home care and mental health.

      costly for the providence

    13. And yet, as provincial health ministers meet with their federal counterpart Jane Philpott to haggle more money out of Ottawa in health-care transfers, we should not expect a golden pot of cash to add new services for mental health. The government farthest along in creating a publicly-funded program for therapy is Quebec.

      Counter argument/fact

    14. to seek help when they need it.

      This movement is really because of the current generation in the workforce. They have been told to get help f they need it opposed to suck it up.

    15. they care about their employees

      good reputations

    16. Not providing these services seems outdated, conservative and regressive,"

      Everyone is doing it so if a company doesn't, their workers might just move to a place that provides these services.

    17. good deal for everyone.

      Including workers, employers and this article says country

    18. At ATB

      Specific examples of organizations and how they are taking initiative.

    19. those employees in their mid-20s and 30s - are contributing to a pro-active conversation on workplace health in general

      Setting up an expectation for a generation. Many of the people who would read this would be or close to a millennial which would make them the target audience and therefore the people that they call to action.

    20. increase in coverage of psychotherapy to $5,000, one of the largest amounts of coverage in the country.

      This number is too low to be the highest. I think that that should be the minimum

    21. Last summer, when Starbucks began hearing from employees at five forums across the country, the company didn't expect mental health to become the top talking point.

      Context for what led to the writing of the story. Provides an example or an average job.

    22. expanding employee assistance plans, creating more holistic benefits around fitness, providing advice to reduce stress around debt and adding digital mental-health services

      Ways older companies are attempting to help and grow to attract younger workers

    1. promote mental health and awareness may not prevent people from becoming mentally ill, they can be effective in improving employee wellbeing

      promote doesn't equal prevent

    2. stigma and discrimination experienced by people with a diagnosis is high and rising. Although for the most part unintentional, it permeates mundane social interaction to such a degree that he likened it to institutional racism.

      Cause of mental problems

    3. Identify and respond to mental distress sooner rather than later

      relates to other article. They all agree that this is the first step.

    4. try very hard to keep quiet about mental ill health

      The might get sued if an employee thinks that they might be the cause of depressions or eventual suicide. The could want to keep up an image with the public and not let them see that there might be serious problems with the way the conduct their company.

    5. half of the respondents thought that no-one in their workforce would ever have a mental illness.

      Maybe people have different definitions of mental illness. Some of these employers could have only thought mental illnesses were along the lines of mental retardation and autism. Not the more wide spread ones like anxiety and depressions.

    6. The first step towards dealing with a problem is recognising that it exists.

      agrees with the first article when it talks. Bottom of the second page with identification

    7. costs every employer just over [pounds sterling]1,000 per employee per year

      lower production by employees leads to wasted time.

    8. The reasons why change is needed are both humanitarian and financial

      Why is effects both the worker and the employers. the workers aren't able to be as productive as they could be. Employers are having more and more employees tale sick days which can make their production go down.

    9. productivity

      a main idea

    1. "We've seen how employees appreciate having an expert to speak with, someone unconnected with work or home, and that support is being provided."

      I really agree with this statement. This could act as another source because it is just a quick overview

    1. While the focus this week is encouraging people to talk about their mental health issues, it's also important to listen. So this week, O2 board members will be going on a "listening tour" as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, to remind people across the organisation of the support on offer. This includes a stress toolkit, an online mental health hub and an online portal and telephone service that employees can turn to for advice on counselling as well as life management and health and financial issues. Online referrals can also be made through to an occupational health agency

      This is what the company is trying to do spread the success of their process of tackling. mental health. By reaching out to other companies, they are attempting to connect with others and show them that their process works and that everyone should do as them.

    2. More details at mentalhealth.org.uk

      extra resources

    3. Providing the right tools to support people to have open conversations plays an important part in achieving this

      Implies that you might have the right people in the building but the only way to successfully move forward thorough these issues is to have a place with people who can be there for these people who have issues and can provide them with resources like medication, stress relief and even sessions to talk about what can be changed to be proactive.

    4. Ann Pickering, O2 HR director

      Thought the use of multiple quotes from different sources, the author is able to show that they have greatly researched the topic and that they have multiple thing/people to back up their points.

    5. They do not diagnose,

      although these people do help the workers during their time of need, in the long run, the office should have a person/group of people set aside that can officially diagnose and help them get better or at least show them a person that they know will be able to assist them in reducing the problems flareups.

    6. "Our clinicians and occupational health service tell us that the earlier someone is referred to them, the more likely they will make a full recovery and return to work.

      When a person is trying to get better, the first step is knowing that they have something that can be improved. Used logos.

    7. This culture

      in this case, these resources were utilized

    8. A key part of the success of any organisation is inclusiveness -- creating a culture where people are accepted for their differences. Ability EY is our umbrella organisation for dyslexia, stammering and mental health, and is important because it shows our employees that we not only value them but look after them, too. This culture encourages people to talk more openly."

      At EY they have learned (probably through trial and error) that you can't just tell people to get better or tell them what to do for their conditions, you actually have to get everyone involved because doing so will allow people to grow and succeed because the have others that are there specifically employed for that purpose.

    9. EY has a whole raft of support for those suffering from mental health issues -- not just a staff network, but also mentors, a counselling service and even a poster campaign to help break down the barriers.

      This is a really good example of what companies should begin to incorporate into their offices and faculty. Bennett was able or improve his condition and maintain working at the facility because of this amazing support staff.

    10. With mental health issues costing companies PS2.4 billion a year, those who fail to support staff are paying a high price.

      A loss for an employee and eventually a loss for a company buy not getting help or simply checked out.

    11. Everyone wanted me to get better, they left me alone and I did

      The opposite of what should have happened. This connect with article one in the fact that they both talk about employers or coworkers not knowing about or how to help with a mental problem. These people facing an issue should be able to talk with someone who specializes in their kind of issue and who can be able to form a single type of relationship with them (doctor to patient opposed to doctor, friend, coworker to patient).

    12. until a colleague stepped in to help. But this time, the outcome was very, very different.

      One source of helpful organizations are just the HR team in offices. Although they do try and help these people, sometimes they are too busy to help the employees with specific illnesses. Therefore by creating a broader selection of organizations with close resources, the people who do need help can get it quicker and probably more intense than what Human Resources or coworkers would be able to do.

  13. Nov 2017
    1. an hour

      hour is pronounced more like OUR therefore you use the article an and NOT a

    2. A European (again we see the y sound coming from a vowel)

      Where would you use a and an

  14. Oct 2017
    1. Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action.

      According to this definition of critical thinking, we can infer that critical thinking requires a deep thought process, and it forces one to intensely elaborate on whatever is being asked to think about/write about/discuss

  15. Aug 2017
  16. Jun 2017
    1. The digital humanities as a humanitiesproject

      Svensson, Patrik. 2012. “The Digital Humanities as a Humanities Project.” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 11 (1–2): 42–60. doi:10.1177/1474022211427367.

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  17. Apr 2017
  18. Apr 2016
    1. One thing I held on to during fedwiki was that it wasn’t intended to be wikipedia, and to me that meant it wasn’t intended to produce articles so much as to sustain and connect ideas in formation that might find their way into article-like things on other platforms.
  19. Dec 2015
    1. Part of Galileo’s genius was to transfer the spirit of the Italian Renaissance in the plastic arts to the mathematical and observational ones.
  20. Sep 2015
    1. Big data from small data: data-sharing in the 'long tail' of neuroscience.

      Highlight, annotate and tag specific words or phrases.

  21. Jul 2015
  22. Jun 2015
    1. the social media narrative recalled Cold War ideas that capitalist technology would triumph over communist inefficiency, as if people in the Middle East couldn’t have rebelled on their own without the gifts of American entrepreneurs. In the end, whatever was tweeted, there was no Twitter revolution in Iran.

      Would like to know more about the Cold War ideas referenced above.

  23. Apr 2015
    1. Subcellular Anatomy Ontology

      The Subcellular Anatomy Ontology has now been subsumed into the Gene Ontology Cell Component ontology. Roncaglia et al. 2013

    2. hrough these relationships, the SAO allows us to relate macromolecules to subcellular structures, parts of cells to a whole cell or to higher-order brain structures.

      These relationships were not subsumed by GO Cell Component.

    3. that takes advantage of first-order logic

      Not sure that this statement is correct, that is, does ontology require the use of first-order logic.

    4. experimental methodologies tend to reveal only a limited aspect of nervous system organization

      "tend"? I wonder why I used such a weak word here. We do not have any experimental methodology that reveals a complete picture of nervous system organization.