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  • Influence
Presidential Rhetoric and the Public Agenda
  • J. Cohen
  • Political Science
  • 1 February 1995
Theory: The theory of presidential influence over agenda setting is used to predict the impact of presidential rhetoric over the public's agenda. Hypotheses: The more attention presidents give toExpand
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Risk score derived from pre-operative data analysis predicts the need for biventricular mechanical circulatory support.
BACKGROUND Right ventricular (RV) failure after left ventricular assist device (LVAD) placement is a serious complication and is difficult to predict. In the era of destination therapy and the totalExpand
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The Dynamics of the "Revolving Door" on the FCC
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Early planned institution of biventricular mechanical circulatory support results in improved outcomes compared with delayed conversion of a left ventricular assist device to a biventricular assist
OBJECTIVE It is generally accepted that patients who require biventricular assist device support have poorer outcomes than those requiring isolated left ventricular assist device support. However, itExpand
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Predicting right ventricular failure in the modern, continuous flow left ventricular assist device era.
BACKGROUND In the era of destination continuous flow left ventricular assist devices (LVAD), the decision of whether a patient will tolerate isolated LVAD support or will need biventricular supportExpand
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Race-of-Interviewer Effects in Telephone Interviews
Previous studies have found a race-of-interviewer effect on survey questions dealing with racial issues. This effect has been found in both personal interviews and on questionnaires filled out in theExpand
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The Presidency in the Era of 24-Hour News
List of Illustrations vii List of Tables ix Preface xi Acknowledgments xiii CHAPTER 1: The Growing Disconnect between Presidential News Coverage and Public Opinion 1 CHAPTER 2: The Presidential NewsExpand
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Presidential Responsiveness and Public Policy-Making: The Publics and the Policies that Presidents Choose
  • J. Cohen
  • Political Science
  • 1 September 1997
We expect a president to respond to public opinion as an elected official in a democracy. Indeed, the president needs public support to overcome opposition to his policies in Congress and theExpand
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Citizen satisfaction with contacting government on the internet
  • J. Cohen
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Inf. Polity
  • 2006
We find that Americans who use the internet to contact government express higher satisfaction levels with their contact experience when controlling for demographics, level of government contacted, reason for the contact, and assessments of the contact process. Expand
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