Elizabeth Bruch

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We estimate mate preferences using a novel data set from an online dating service. The data set contains detailed information on user attributes and the decision to contact a potential mate after viewing his or her profile. This decision provides the basis for our preference estimation approach. A potential problem arises if the site users strategically(More)
Agent-based modeling has become increasingly popular in recent years, but there is still no codified set of recommendations or practices for how to use these models within a program of empirical research. This article provides ideas and practical guidelines drawn from sociology, biology, computer science, epidemiology, and statistics. We first discuss the(More)
PURPOSE Self-expandable metallic stents were used to treat patients with malignant venous obstructions to determine their effectiveness in producing symptomatic palliation. METHODS 20 patients with a total of 28 tumour-induced obstructions of the superior vena cava (n = 13), the inferior vena cava (n = 4), the subclavian (n = 4), the innominate (n = 5)(More)
Two patients has been presented to whom general anaesthesia consecutive with halogenated anesthetics has been administrated. In one of the observations the first anaesthesia was administrated with enfluorane and halothane was for the others. The two patients inured with jaundice and in one of them accompanied with hepatic insufficiency; both of them had(More)
Human rights monitoring and reporting have emerged as major practices of human rights lawyers and advocates in both non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and inter-governmental organizations (IGOs). This reporting is a form of knowledge production, often geared towards advocacy on behalf of human rights protection but also seeking to provide an ‘objective’(More)