Joseph M. Hayes

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and immigrant adaptation are an integral part of Cali-fornia's continuing development, and immigrants are an increasing share of the state's population. In 1990, 22 percent of the state's population was foreign-born, and by 2000, this share had risen to 26 percent. The immigrants who arrived in the intervening decade were slightly more likely to be from(More)
According to terror management theory, if the cultural worldview protects people from thoughts about death, then weakening this structure should increase death-thought accessibility (DTA). Five studies tested this DTA hypothesis. Study 1 showed that threatening Canadian participants' cultural values (vs. those of another culture) increased DTA on a(More)
For issues of crime and punishment, California has experienced a dynamic period over the past 15 years. Voters and legislators have chosen to impose harsher criminal penalties but also to experiment with alternatives to incarceration. The federal courts have taken management of the entire prison health care system away from the state itself; they have also(More)
S u m m a r y N early 12 million unauthorized immigrants live in the United States. California is home to about 2.7 million of these immigrants, who make up almost 10 percent of the state's labor force. 1 Currently, legislators in Washington, D.C., are considering a comprehensive reform of federal immigration policies that could include the legalization of(More)
The conformational properties of AT1 antagonist valsartan have been analyzed both in solution and at the binding site of the receptor. Low energy conformations of valsartan in solution were explored by NMR spectroscopy and molecular modeling studies. The NMR results showed the existence of two distinct and almost isoenergetic conformations for valsartan(More)
  • Hans P Johnson, Joseph M Hayes, Johnson, Hans P, David W Lyon, Vi Upper +13 others
  • 2004
Research publications reflect the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the staff, officers, or Board of Directors of the Public Policy Institute of California. Short sections of text, not to exceed three paragraphs, may be quoted without written permission provided that full attribution is given to the source and the above(More)
in health outcomes between racial and ethnic groups are of concern to government agencies, health providers, and policy-makers. To the extent that they reflect differential access to and quality of health care, differences in health outcomes are particularly troubling. Congress has passed laws, and health agencies have established programs, with the(More)
developments are the subject of much controversy. Some regard these neighborhoods and their proliferation as serious problems in California, contributing to environmental degradation, increased traffic, and economic exclusivity. Others are concerned that not enough new neighborhoods are being built in California and that the high price of housing in the(More)
  • Laura E Hill, Margaret Weston, Joseph M Hayes, David Ezekiel, Belen Chavez
  • 2014
Former English Learner students who have improved their facility with English to such a degree that they have been reclassified by their school districts as fluent in the English language are among the best performing students in the state. Because these Reclassified Fluent English Proficient (RFEP) students have much better academic outcomes than English(More)