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In 7 experiments the authors investigated the locus of word frequency effects in speech production. Experiment 1 demonstrated a frequency effect in picture naming that was robust over repetitions. Experiments 2, 3, and 7 excluded contributions from object identification and initiation of articulation. Experiments 4 and 5 investigated whether the effect(More)
Text4baby is the first free national health text messaging service in the United States that aims to provide timely information to pregnant women and new mothers to help them improve their health and the health of their babies. Here we describe the development of the text messages and the large public-private partnership that led to the national launch of(More)
Non-pharmacological approaches such as mirror therapy and graded motor imagery often provide amelioration of amputees' phantom limb pain (PLP), but elimination has proved difficult to achieve. Proprioception of the amputated limb has been noted in studies to be defective and/or distorted in the presence of PLP, but has not, apparently, been researched for(More)
The usage of social media in leisure time settings has become a prominent research topic. However, less research has been done on the design of social media in collaboration settings. In this study, we investigate how social media can support asynchronous collaboration in virtual teams and specifically how they can increase activity awareness. On the basis(More)
Existing privacy regulations together with large amounts of available data have created a huge interest in data privacy research. A main research direction is built around the k-anonymity property. Several shortcomings of the k-anonymity model have been fixed by new privacy models such as p-sensitive k-anonymity, l-diversity, (α, k)-anonymity, and(More)
Doing “history of mathematics” about Probability Theory is an undertaking doomed to failure from the outset, hardly less absurd than doing history of physics from a mathematician’s viewpoint, neglecting all of experimental physics. We can never say often enough, Probability Theory is first of all the art of calculating probabilities, for pleasure and for(More)
Next to the extensive use of social networking platforms (SNPs) for communication and relationship building with friends and relatives, SNPs are also increasingly used for enhancing collaboration at work. SNP usage at the workplace is fundamentally different and it is unclear how SNPs can improve collaboration as well as in what way their designs should be(More)