Richard C. Jennings

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The need for policy makers to understand science and for scientists to understand policy processes is widely recognised. However, the science-policy relationship is sometimes difficult and occasionally dysfunctional; it is also increasingly visible, because it must deal with contentious issues, or itself becomes a matter of public controversy, or both. We(More)
The Arabian Peninsula is a key region for understanding hominin dispersals and the effect of climate change on prehistoric demography, although little information on these topics is presently available owing to the poor preservation of archaeological sites in this desert environment. Here, we describe the discovery of three stratified and buried(More)
We examined hope as a potential resiliency factor for the daily strains of raising children with disruptive behavior disorders. In light of the motivational component of hope theory, initiating and sustaining effort toward goals (i.e., agency) , we were interested in hope's relation to constructs addressing self-esteem, familial functioning , and stress.(More)
Pre-Pottery Neolithic assemblages are best known from the fertile areas of the Mediterranean Levant. The archaeological site of Jebel Qattar 101 (JQ-101), at Jubbah in the southern part of the Nefud Desert of northern Saudi Arabia, contains a large collection of stone tools, adjacent to an Early Holocene palaeolake. The stone tool assemblage contains lithic(More)
Atheneum Suite Hotel. It was discussed that the pharmacy alumni affiliate may help to sponsor this event in some capacity. More information will be provided at a later meeting as this event continues to be organized by the college. III. 2011 MPA Annual Convention & Exposition: Richard Jennings led a discussion regarding upcoming plans for the MPA Convention(More)
Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. For more information on Open Research Online's data policy on reuse of materials please consult the policies page. Abstract The need for policy makers to understand science and for scientists to understand policy processes is widely(More)
Hens maintained on 16 h light: 8 h darkness were subjected to an abrupt advance of darkness by between 4 and 13 h. When darkness was advanced so that it occurred less than 6 to 8 h after ovulation, the next expected preovulatory release of luteinising hormone (LH) and ovulation was usually delayed or blocked. This was associated with a reduction in the(More)
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