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    • “I am not a feminist, but. . .”: hegemony of a meritocratic ideology and the limits of critique among women in engineering 

      Seron, Carroll; Silbey, Susan S; Cech, Erin; Rubineau, Brian (SAGE Publications, 2018-03)
      Engineering is often described as an enduring bastion of masculine culture where women experience marginality. Using diaries from undergraduate engineering students at four universities, the authors explore women’s ...
    • I kappa B Kinase Regulates Social Defeat Stress-Induced Synaptic and Behavioral Plasticity 

      Christoffel, Daniel J.; Golden, Sam A.; Dumitriu, Dani; Robison, Alfred J.; Janssen, William G.; e.a. (Society for Neuroscience, 2011-01)
      The neurobiological underpinnings of mood and anxiety disorders have been linked to the nucleus accumbens (NAc), a region important in processing the rewarding and emotional salience of stimuli. Using chronic social defeat ...
    • I only have eyes for you: Ovulation redirects attention (but not memory) to attractive men 

      Anderson, Uriah S.; Perea, Elaine F.; Vaughn Becker, D.; Shapiro, Jenessa R.; Neuberg, Steven L.; e.a. (Elsevier, 2010-05)
      A number of studies have found a disjunction between women’s attention to, and memory for, handsome men. Although women pay initial attention to handsome men, they do not remember those men later. The present study examines ...
    • “I'm just a soul whose intentions are good”: the role of communication in noisy repeated games 

      Arechar, Antonio A.; Dreber, Anna; Fudenberg, Drew (Elsevier BV, 2017-07)
      We let participants indicate their intended action in a repeated game experiment where actions are implemented with errors. Even though communication is cheap talk, we find that the majority of messages were honest (although ...
    • An i2b2-based, generalizable, open source, self-scaling chronic disease registry 

      Natter, Marc D.; Quan, Justin; Ortiz, David M.; Bousvaros, Athos; Ilowite, Norman T.; e.a. (BMJ Publishing Group, 2012-06)
      Objective: Registries are a well-established mechanism for obtaining high quality, disease-specific data, but are often highly project-specific in their design, implementation, and policies for data use. In contrast to the ...
    • IACHEC CROSS-CALIBRATION OF CHANDRA, NuSTAR, SWIFT, SUZAKU, XMM-NEWTON WITH 3C 273 ANDPKS 2155-304 

      Madsen, Kristin K.; Beardmore, Andrew P.; Forster, Karl; Guainazzi, Matteo; Page, Kim L.; e.a. (IOP Publishing, 2016-12)
      On behalf of the International Astronomical Consortium for High Energy Calibration, we present results from the cross-calibration campaigns in 2012 on 3C 273 and in 2013 on PKS 2155-304 between the then active X-ray ...
    • The IBEX background monitor 

      Crew, Geoffrey B.; Allegrini, F.; Demkee, D.; Funsten, H. O.; McComas, David J.; e.a. (Springer Netherlands, 2008-10)
      The IBEX Background Monitor (IBaM) provides a small and lightweight method for independently measuring IBEX’s high-energy proton background by integrating the flux of >~14 keV protons over a ~7° conical FOV. The IBaM is ...
    • IBMR Updating to IBMR 2008 

      Yu, Winston; Yang, Yi-Chen; Savitsky, Andre; Alford, Donald; Brown, Casey; e.a. (The World Bank, 2013-04)
      The last version of Indus Basin Model Revised (IBMR) is based on data from 2000 (primarily the Agricultural Statistics of Pakistan and water-related data from the Water and Power Development Authority [WAPDA]) and earlier ...
    • The IbpA and IbpB small heat-shock proteins are substrates of the AAA plus Lon protease 

      Bissonnette, Sarah A.; Rivera Rivera, Izarys; Sauer, Robert T.; Baker, Tania (Blackwell Scientific Publications, 2010-02)
      Small heat-shock proteins (sHSPs) are a widely conserved family of molecular chaperones, all containing a conserved α-crystallin domain flanked by variable N- and C-terminal tails. We report that IbpA and IbpB, the sHSPs ...
    • iCalm: Measuring electrodermal activity in almost any setting 

      Hedman, Elliott Bruce; Wilder-Smith, Oliver; Goodwin, Matthew; Poh, Ming-Zher; Fletcher, Richard Ribon; e.a. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2009-12)
      The iCalm sensor is a wireless, wearable, washable wristband that can measure electrodermal activity and physical activity in almost any natural setting. This platform has many applications including health monitoring for ...
    • iCalm: Wearable Sensor and Network Architecture for Wirelessly Communicating and Logging Autonomic Activity 

      Dobson, Kelly; Fletcher, Richard Ribon; Goodwin, Matthew; Eydgahi, Hoda; Wilder-Smith, Oliver; e.a. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2010-03)
      Widespread use of affective sensing in healthcare applications has been limited due to several practical factors, such as lack of comfortable wearable sensors, lack of wireless standards, and lack of low-power affordable ...
    • Ice Caps and Ice Belts: The Effects of Obliquity on Ice−Albedo Feedback 

      Rose, Brian E. J.; Bitz, Cecilia M.; Cronin, Timothy Wallace (IOP Publishing, 2017-08)
      Planetary obliquity determines the meridional distribution of the annual mean insolation. For obliquity exceeding 55°, the weakest insolation occurs at the equator. Stable partial snow and ice cover on such a planet would ...
    • Ice nucleation and droplet formation by bare and coated soot particles 

      Friedman, Beth; Kulkarni, Gourihar; Beranek, Josef; Zelenyuk, Alla; Thornton, Joel A.; e.a. (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2011-09)
      We have studied ice formation at temperatures relevant to homogeneous and heterogeneous ice nucleation, as well as droplet activation and hygroscopicity, of soot particles of variable size and composition. Coatings of ...
    • Ice nucleation by surrogates of Martian mineral dust: What can we learn about Mars without leaving Earth? 

      Cziczo, Daniel James; Garimella, Sarvesh; Raddatz, Michael; Hoehler, Kristina; Schnaiter, Martin; e.a. (American Geophysical Union, 2013-09)
      Water and carbon dioxide ice clouds have been observed in the Martian atmosphere where they are dynamic parts of that planet's water and carbon cycles. Many Martian atmospheric models struggle to correctly predict clouds ...
    • Icelandic Control Is Not A-Movement: The Case from Case 

      Landau, Idan; Bobaljik, Jonathan David (MIT Press, 2009-12)
      A rich literature on Icelandic syntax has established that infinitival complements of obligatory control verbs constitute a case assignment domain independent from the matrix clause, and in this differ systematically from ...
    • The Ice‐Ocean Governor: Ice‐Ocean Stress Feedback Limits Beaufort Gyre Spin‐Up 

      Meneghello, Gianluca; Marshall, John C; Campin, Jean-Michel; Doddridge, Edward W; Timmermans, Mary‐Louise (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2018-10)
      The Beaufort Gyre is a key circulation system of the Arctic Ocean and its main reservoir of freshwater. Freshwater storage and release affects Arctic sea ice cover, as well as North Atlantic and global climate. We describe ...
    • IcLQG: Combining local and global optimization for control in information space 

      Roy, Nicholas; Huynh, Vu Anh (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2009-07)
      When a mobile robot does not have perfect knowledge of its position, conventional controllers can experience failures such as collisions because the uncertainty of the position is not considered in choosing control actions. ...
    • Icons, Frames, and Language Games: Bruno Latour, On the Modern Cult of the Factish Gods 

      Fischer, Michael M. J. (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013-10)
      The three essays in this volume are each built around a different icon, genre, framing, or language game: a drasha (about iconoclashes), a language game (religious speech, religious paintings), and ethnopsychiatry. While ...
    • ICRF antenna matching systems with ferrite tuners for the Alcator C-Mod tokamak 

      Lin, Yijun; Binus, Alan; Wukitch, Stephen James; Koert, Peter; Murray, Richard A; e.a. (Elsevier, 2015-07)
      Real-time fast ferrite tuning (FFT) has been successfully implemented on the ICRF antennas on Alcator C-Mod. The former prototypical FFT system on the E-port 2-strap antenna has been upgraded using new ferrite tuners. A ...
    • ICRF Mode Conversion Flow Drive on Alcator C-Mod and Projections to Other Tokamaks 

      Lin, Yijun; Rice, John E.; Wukitch, Stephen James; Greenwald, Martin J.; Hubbard, Amanda E.; e.a. (American Institute of Physics, 2009-11)
      Plasma flow drive via ICRF mode conversion (MC) has been demonstrated on Alcator C-Mod. The toroidal rotation in these D([superscript 3]He) MC plasmas is typically more than twice above the empirically determined intrinsic ...