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Dugan is a 1999 graduate of the College of Arts & Sciences. We thank both Greg Perfetto of the Provost's Office of Special Projects and Melanie Ford of the Office of Alumni and Development at Vanderbilt University for enormous help in assembling the data set used in this project.
Data on 2,822 Vanderbilt University graduates are used to investigate alumni giving behavior during the eight years after graduation. A two stage model accounting for incidental truncation is used to first estimate the likelihood of making a contribution and second estimate the average gift size conditional on contributing. The type of financial aid… (More)
There is evidence that mixed lateral preference is a risk factor for developing more intense posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms. However, no research has examined whether mixed-handed persons experience greater threat of loss of life and physical injury and more intense emotional reactions (terror, helplessness, horror) during peritraumatic exposure.… (More)