Jacob M. Rose

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Including societal preferences in allocation decisions is an important challenge for the health care sector. Here, we present results of a phased discrete choice experiment investigating the impact of various attributes on respondents’ preferences for distribution of health and health care. In addition to the renowned equity principles severity of illness(More)
This study examines the effects of conversation mode and split-attention communication training on driving performance. The study is based on an experiment where drivers with and without communication training (pilots vs. nonpilots) completed a simulated driving course while involved in one of three conversation modes: no conversation, conversation with(More)
A cytolytic enterotoxin of molecular weight 52,000 was isolated and purified from culture supernatants of a human diarrheal isolate (SSU) of Aeromonas hydrophila. The toxin reacted with cholera antitoxin when tested in an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and by Western blot (immunoblot) analysis. The appearance of cytotoxic and hemolytic activities in(More)
A bacterial protein toxin possessing hemolytic, enterotoxic, and cytotoxic activities as well as cross-reactivity to cholera toxin was purified from culture filtrates of a human diarrheal isolate of Aeromonas hydrophila (SSU). This cytolytic enterotoxin was purified by ammonium sulfate precipitation, hydrophobic chromatography using phenyl-Sepharose,(More)
Accounting ®rms are intensifying their reliance on experiential learning, and experience increasingly involves the use of computerized decision aids [Messier, W. (1995) Research in and development of audit decision aids. In R. H. Ashton & A. H. Ashton, Judgment and decision making in accounting and auditing (pp. 207±230). New York: Cambridge University(More)
This report reviews the work of other investigators regarding Aeromonas toxins and describes work conducted in our laboratory relating to the biochemical characterization of a cytolytic factor with an antigenic moiety that cross-reacts with cholera toxin (referred to as CTC-cytolysin), as well as the purification and partial characterization of a non-CTC(More)
Seventy-two active corporate directors participate in an experiment where management insists on aggressive recognition of revenue, but the chief audit executive proposes a more conservative approach. Results indicate interactive effects of director stock ownership and the transparency of director decisions. Stock-owning directors are more likely to oppose(More)
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