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When and why does education matter?: Motivation and resource effects in political efficacy
Education increases political engagement because it bolsters motivations and cognition on the one hand, and relative resources on the other. However, personality traits have recently been found toExpand
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Education or Personality Traits and Intelligence as Determinants of Political Knowledge?
Recently the causal influence of education on political knowledge has been questioned. Rather, pre-adult predispositions such as personality traits and intelligence are proposed as the real causalExpand
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A nationwide registry‐based cohort study of incidence of tonsillectomy in Denmark, 1991‐2012
To update tonsillectomy incidence rates in Denmark and identify whether the incidence rates vary between geographical areas in the country during the period 1991‐2012.
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Steady progress seen in endoscopic surgery on major salivary glands.
INTRODUCTION The objective of this study was to investigate the development in sialendoscopy (SE) in East Denmark. Data were compared with previously published data to assess the learning curve. Expand
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Association of SLC26A4 mutations, morphology, and hearing in pendred syndrome and NSEVA
To investigate the relations of monoallelic (M1), biallelic (M2), or the absence of mutations (M0) in SLC26A4 to inner ear morphology and hearing levels in individuals with Pendred syndrome (PS) orExpand
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Different political systems suppress or facilitate the impact of intelligence on how you vote: A comparison of the U.S. and Denmark
Abstract Intelligence is rarely studied as a predictor of vote choice, and at first glance our data supports this neglect: In samples from the U.S. and Denmark (Ns = 1419 and 953), intelligence doesExpand
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A Major Limitation of the Direction of Causation Model: Non-Shared Environmental Confounding.
Determining (1) the direction of causation and (2) the size of causal effects between two constructs is a central challenge of the scientific study of humans. In the early 1990s, researchers inExpand
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Predictive validity of neurotic disorders: a 50-year follow-up study.
INTRODUCTION In 1965, Erling Jacobsen (1919-1988) defended his doctoral thesis on neurosis in which he tested the psychoanalytic theory of eridophobia as an internalising hostility factor with aExpand
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“Fact-checking” videos improve truth discernment ability but do not reduce fake news sharing on Twitter
Fake news” are widely acknowledged as an important challenge for Western democracies. Yet, surprisingly little effort has been devoted to measuring the effects of various counterstrategies. WeExpand