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XRCC2 mutation causes meiotic arrest, azoospermia and infertility
Background Meiotic homologous recombination (HR) plays an essential role in gametogenesis. In most eukaryotes, meiotic HR is mediated by two recombinase systems: ubiquitous RAD51 and meiosis-specificExpand
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Effects of Increased Psychiatric Treatment Contact and Acculturation on the Causal Beliefs of Chinese Immigrant Relatives of Individuals With Psychosis
  • L. Yang, G. Lo, +4 authors F. Chen
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of immigrant & refugee studies
  • 2 January 2015
Encounters with Western psychiatric treatment and acculturation may influence causal beliefs of psychiatric illness endorsed by Chinese immigrant relatives, thus affecting help seeking. We examinedExpand
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Determinants of pro‐environmental consumption intention in rural China: The role of traditional cultures, personal attitudes and reference groups
This study aimed to identify social-psychological predictors of pro-environmental consumption intention in rural China. To this end, a proposed conceptual model was tested by analyzing the surveyExpand
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Spotlight on the Effect of Workplace Ostracism on Creativity: A Social Cognitive Perspective
Drawing on social cognitive theory, we propose a moderated-mediation model to examine when and why workplace ostracism impairs employee creativity in China. We collected 195 valid questionnaires withExpand
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Determinants of the Proenvironmental Consumption Behavior of Chinese Rural Residents
We examined the influence of Chinese traditional cultural, psychological, and sociological factors on the proenvironmental consumption behavior (PCB) of Chinese rural residents. The results show thatExpand
Con Moto: Re-Theorizing Commotions and Power in East Asia
Impacts of sellers’ responses to online negative consumer reviews: Evidence from an agricultural product
Sellers’ responses to online negative consumer reviews (NCRs) have a marked effect on consumer purchasing intentions. In this study, we divide seller's responses to NCRs into two categories: rationalExpand
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