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Redefine statistical significance
We propose to change the default P-value threshold for statistical significance from 0.05 to 0.005 for claims of new discoveries.
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Reliability in Coding Open-Ended Data: Lessons Learned from HIV Behavioral Research
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Analysis of text from open-ended interviews has become an important research tool in numerous fields, including business, education, and health research. Expand
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Nepali Concepts of Psychological Trauma: The Role of Idioms of Distress, Ethnopsychology and Ethnophysiology in Alleviating Suffering and Preventing Stigma
In the aftermath of a decade-long Maoist civil war in Nepal and the recent relocation of thousands of Bhutanese refugees from Nepal to Western countries, there has been rapid growth of mental healthExpand
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Estimating between- and within-individual variation in cortisol levels using multilevel models
Cortisol measures often are used to examine variation in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA) activity as well as broader patterns of differential health. However, substantial within-individualExpand
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Friendship: Development, Ecology, and Evolution of a Relationship
List of Illustrations List of Boxes Acknowledgments Introduction: The Adaptive Significance of Friendship 1. An Outline of Friendship 2. Friendships across Cultures 3. Friendship and Kinship 4. Sex,Expand
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When There Is More than One Answer Key: Cultural Theories of Postpartum Hemorrhage in Matlab, Bangladesh
Individuals can acquire cultural knowledge from many sources, including personal experience, informal learning, and schooling. Identifying these distinct source models and describing personalExpand
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Association of antenatal care with facility delivery and perinatal survival – a population-based study in Bangladesh
BackgroundAntenatal Care (ANC) during pregnancy can play an important role in the uptake of evidence-based services vital to the health of women and their infants. Studies report positive effects ofExpand
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Fast life histories, not pathogens, account for state-level variation in homicide, child maltreatment, and family ties in the U.S.
Abstract Parasite stress theory has recently been used to account for an array of cross-cultural differences in human cognition and social behavior, including in-group bias, interpersonal violence,Expand
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Cultural Theories of Postpartum Bleeding in Matlab, Bangladesh: Implications for Community Health Intervention
Early recognition can reduce maternal disability and deaths due to postpartum haemorrhage. This study identified cultural theories of postpartum bleeding that may lead to inappropriate recognitionExpand
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Delayed onset of lactation and risk of ending full breast-feeding early in rural Guatemala.
Mothers of infants (n = 328) born between 1996 and 1999 in four Guatemalan communities were interviewed every 2 wk until 6 mo postpartum (pp) to collect prospective breast-feeding data and assess theExpand
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