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  1. A Practical Approach to Disease Risk Prediction: Focus on High-Risk Patients via Highest-k Loss
  2. Evaluation of open-ended, clustering, and discrete choice methods for user requirements development in a low-income country context
  3. Barriers to and Facilitators of Family Caregiving of Patients With COVID-19 Early in the Pandemic
  4. Predictors of relationship satisfaction during the COVID‐19 pandemic
  5. Detection of Abnormality in Cognitive Test Scores Using Metric Learning
  6. A BOUNDARY OBJECT FOR MAPPING, COMPARING, AND INTEGRATING PRODUCT DESIGN METHODS
  7. Implications of Cumulative Life Event Stress for Daily Stress Exposure and Cardiovascular Reactivity Among Black and White Americans
  8. Enhancing Nonverbal Communication Through Human Technology: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study (Preprint)
  9. Enhancing Nonverbal Communication Through Virtual Human Technology: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study (Preprint)
  10. Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Collaboration Among Multiple Caregivers of Older Adults
  11. Caregiving in the COVID ‐19 pandemic: Family adaptations following an intensive care unit hospitalisation
  12. Deviations from typical paths: a novel approach to working with GPS data in the behavioral sciences
  13. Composition rules in original and cumulative prospect theory
  14. Growth in emotion understanding across early childhood: A cohort‐sequential model of firstborn children across the transition to siblinghood
  15. Changes in children’s attachment security to mother and father after the birth of a sibling: Risk and resilience in the family
  16. Caregiving Challenges During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings From the National Poll on Healthy Aging
  17. Immigration-Related Trauma Associated With Metabolic Risk and Cognition in Hispanic and Latino Immigrant Populations
  18. Psychosocial Stress Profiles and Cognitive Function in a Racially and Ethnically Diverse Sample of Adults
  19. The test-retest reliability of ride perception during treadmill and outdoor running
  20. Comparing and Being Compared: A Dual Process Framework of Competition
  21. Targeted self-regulation interventions in low-income children: Clinical trial results and implications for health behavior change
  22. Analysis and Visualization Considerations for Quantitative Social Science Research Using Social Media Data
  23. Care Challenges Due to COVID-19 and Mental Health Among Caregivers of U.S. Adults With a Chronic or Disabling Condition
  24. Bouncing behavior of sub-four minute milers
  25. Improving spring–mass parameter estimation in running using nonlinear regression methods
  26. Adrenocortical interdependence in father‐infant and mother‐infant dyads: Attunement or something more?
  27. Corrigendum to: Assessment of Cognitive-Motor Performance Costs, Task Prioritization, and Adaptation to Dishwashing Under Increased Demand in Older Women With Arthritis
  28. Coming Together or Falling Apart: Coparenting the First Child While Expecting the Second
  29. Age-Cohort Differences in Longitudinal Associations Between the Rate of Internet Use and Memory Functioning
  30. An Action Research Method for Generating Human-Centered COVID-19 Caregiving Interventions
  31. Family Caregivers on the Frontline: Challenges of Providing Care to Post-ICU COVID-19 Patients
  32. Assessment of Cognitive-Motor Performance Costs, Task Prioritization, and Adaptation to Dishwashing Under Increased Demand in Older Women With Arthritis
  33. Concurrent and enduring associations between married partners’ shared beliefs and markers of aging.
  34. Don’t touch: Developmental trajectories of toddlers’ behavioral regulation related to older siblings’ behaviors and parental discipline
  35. Early Cognitive Decline and Its Impact On Spouse’s Loneliness
  36. The perception of ride is multidimensional for running footwear
  37. Beyond Depression: Estimating 12-Months Prevalence of Passive Suicidal Ideation in Mid- and Late-Life in the Health and Retirement Study
  38. CHOREOGRAPHING INTERACTION WITHIN THE U-M HOMELAB: CONSIDERATIONS FOR AN OLDER ADULT POPULATION
  39. LATENT DYADIC CHANGE MODEL OF SPOUSAL SIMILARITY IN PHYSIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF AGING
  40. MATTERS OF THE HEART: DAILY SOCIAL INTERACTIONS AND CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY IN MIDDLE AND OLD AGE
  41. REFLECTIONS FROM HOMELAB: DEVELOPING TASKS TO MEASURE UPPER-BODY FUNCTION IN A SIMULATED HOME
  42. Risk factors for infection and evaluation of Sepsis-3 in patients with trauma
  43. Clinical Gestalt for Early Prediction of Delayed Functional and Symptomatic Recovery From Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Is Inadequate
  44. Comparison of Common Amplitude Metrics in Event-Related Potential Analysis
  45. Development of externalizing symptoms across the toddler period: The critical role of older siblings.
  46. Diminished Value Discrimination in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Prospect Theory Model of Decision-Making Under Risk
  47. Measuring Systems Engineering and Design Thinking Attitudes
  48. Advancing Research and Measurement on Fathering and Children's Development
  49. Paths into Sepsis: Trajectories of Presepsis Healthcare Use
  50. Selection of nonlinear interactions by a forward stepwise algorithm: Application to identifying environmental chemical mixtures affecting health outcomes
  51. Tests of Matrix Structure for Construct Validation
  52. Maternal and paternal trajectories of depressive symptoms predict family risk and children's emotional and behavioral problems after the birth of a sibling
  53. DEVIATION FROM TYPICAL PATHS AS A MEASURE OF INTRAINDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN LIFESPACE
  54. DIFFERENTIAL ALIGNMENT OF SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF EFFORT BY OLDER ADULTS IN AN IADL
  55. LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF INTERNET USE PATTERNS AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN THE U.S.
  56. PRACTICAL GUIDANCE ON THE SELECTION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SENSORS FOR GERONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH
  57. SKIP PATTERNS AND MISSED OPPORTUNITIES: SELECTION MODELS OF PASSIVE SUICIDAL IDEATION IN THE HRS
  58. THE IMPLICATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL AND SHARE EXPERIENCES FOR COUPLES’ CUMULATIVE RISK IN OLDER ADULTHOOD
  59. THE STRESS AND WELL-BEING IN EVERYDAY LIFE (SWEL) STUDY: CHALLENGES AND PRELIMINARY FINDINGS
  60. Are Manipulation Checks Necessary?
  61. Are manipulation checks necessary?
  62. An examination of father vulnerability and coercive family process after the birth of a sibling: A spillover cascade model
  63. Gender role beliefs, work–family conflict, and father involvement after the birth of a second child.
  64. An overview of data sharing in psychology and the social sciences
  65. Targeting self-regulation to promote health behaviors in children
  66. Increased Loss Aversion in Unmedicated Patients with Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder
  67. Using creative exhaustion to foster idea generation
  68. I-Through-We: How Supportive Social Relationships Facilitate Personal Growth
  69. Redefine statistical significance
  70. His, hers, or theirs? Coparenting after the birth of a second child.
  71. Deep Design
  72. II. METHODS AND PROCEDURES FOR THE FAMILY TRANSITIONS STUDY
  73. III. STABILITY AND CHANGE IN CHILDREN'S EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL ADJUSTMENT AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  74. IV. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIORS AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  75. IX. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S SOMATIC COMPLAINTS AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  76. V. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S ATTENTION PROBLEMS AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  77. VI. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  78. VII. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S EMOTIONAL REACTIVITY AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  79. VIII. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S WITHDRAWAL AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  80. X. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF CHILDREN'S SLEEP PROBLEMS AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SIBLING
  81. PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF FATIGUE TO QUANTIFY OLDER ADULTS’ MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING EVERYDAY TASKS
  82. Couples’ Shared Beliefs About Aging and Implications for Future Functional Limitations
  83. Editorial overview: Theories, methods, and applications of mixed emotions
  84. Randomized trial of a question prompt list to increase patient active participation during interactions with black patients and their oncologists
  85. 308. Decision-Making under Risk in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Anxiety: A Cumulative Prospect Theory Model
  86. Identifying experts in the crowd for evaluation of engineering designs
  87. Successful Aging as the Intersection of Individual Resources, Age, Environment, and Experiences of Well-being in Daily Activities
  88. Regression Spline Mixed Models for Testing Meaningful Landmarks in Time Series Data
  89. Evidence-based design heuristics for idea generation
  90. Comparing Ideation Techniques for Beginning Designers
  91. Estimating and Exploring the Product Form Design Space Using Deep Generative Models
  92. The Effects of Oncologist Implicit Racial Bias in Racially Discordant Oncology Interactions
  93. Activity Engagement and Activity-Related Experiences: The Role of Personality
  94. Design Heuristics in Innovative Products
  95. Improving Design Preference Prediction Accuracy Using Feature Learning
  96. Hoarders Only Discount Consumables and Are More Patient for Money
  97. Balancing design freedom and brand recognition in the evolution of automotive brand styling
  98. How do designers generate new ideas? Design heuristics across two disciplines
  99. Individual variation in fathers’ testosterone reactivity to infant distress predicts parenting behaviors with their 1-year-old infants
  100. Boosting Creativity in Idea Generation Using Design Heuristics
  101. Abstract A49: Correlates of race-related thoughts and feelings among black cancer patients
  102. Functional brain imaging predicts public health campaign success
  103. Patterns of marital relationship change across the transition from one child to two.
  104. Balancing Design Freedom and Brand Recognition in the Evolution of Automotive Brand Styling
  105. Creativity ‘Misrules’: First Year Engineering Students’ Production and Perception of Creativity in Design Ideas
  106. When Crowdsourcing Fails: A Study of Expertise on Crowdsourced Design Evaluation
  107. Age Differences in Risk: Perceptions, Intentions and Domains
  108. Trajectories of children’s social interactions with their infant sibling in the first year: A multidimensional approach.
  109. Experimental Laboratories: Social and Economic
  110. Improving Preference Prediction Accuracy With Feature Learning
  111. Damper-controlled switch for SMA motion smoothing
  112. Snapshots of Mixtures of Affective Experiences in a Day: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study
  113. Children’s responses to mother–infant and father–infant interaction with a baby sibling: Jealousy or joy?
  114. Age differences in risk: Perceptions, intentions and domains
  115. Discriminating among probability weighting functions using adaptive design optimization
  116. Medial frontal cortex and anterior insula are less sensitive to outcome predictability when monetary stakes are higher
  117. What is a representative brain? Neuroscience meets population science
  118. Can experienced designers learn from new tools? A case study of idea generation in a professional engineering team
  119. A Simulation Based Estimation of Crowd Ability and its Influence on Crowdsourced Evaluation of Design Concepts
  120. Racial attitudes, physician–patient talk time ratio, and adherence in racially discordant medical interactions
  121. Optimal Decision Stimuli for Risky Choice Experiments: An Adaptive Approach
  122. Within-group health disparities among Blacks: The effects of Afrocentric features and unfair treatment.
  123. Current Topics in the Theory and Application of Latent Variable Models
  124. Neurocircuits underlying cognition–emotion interaction in a social decision making context
  125. Design Heuristics in Engineering Concept Generation
  126. Cortisol facilitates memory by enhancing hippocampal activation and functional connectivity
  127. Supportive Social Relationships Attenuate the Appeal of Choice
  128. Decision neuroscience and consumer decision making
  129. Subjective uncertainty and limbic hyperactivation in obsessive-compulsive disorder
  130. Judgmental Heuristics: A Historical Overview
  131. Patient, companion, and oncologist agreement regarding information discussed during triadic oncology clinical interactions
  132. Object and user levels of analyses in design: the impact of emotion on implicit and explicit preference for ‘green’ products
  133. Modelling perceptions of craftsmanship in vehicle interior design
  134. A Comparison of Cognitive Heuristics Use between Engineers and Industrial Designers
  135. Design Heuristics: Cognitive Strategies for Creativity in Idea Generation
  136. Neural and behavioral effects of interference resolution in depression and rumination
  137. Diabetes Distress and Depressive Symptoms: A Dyadic Investigation of Older Patients and Their Spouses
  138. Quantification of Perceived Environmental Friendliness for Vehicle Silhouette Design
  139. Abstract A9: Perceptions of information provided by oncologists in clinical interactions with black and white patients/companions
  140. The neural correlates of intertemporal decision-making: Contributions of subjective value, stimulus type, and trait impulsivity
  141. Cognitive heuristics in design: Instructional strategies to increase creativity in idea generation
  142. Updating Beliefs for a Decision: Neural Correlates of Uncertainty and Underconfidence
  143. Cultural differences are not always reducible to individual differences
  144. Evaluating functional localizers: The case of the FFA
  145. An Investigation of Sustainability, Preference, and Profitability in Design Optimization
  146. Navigating the Barriers to Interdisciplinary Design Education: Lessons Learned From the NSF Design Workshop Series
  147. The construction of preferences for crux and sentinel product attributes
  148. Decision-related loss: Regret and disappointment
  149. IDENTITIES IN HARMONY: GENDER-WORK IDENTITY INTEGRATION MODERATES FRAME SWITCHING IN COGNITIVE PROCESSING
  150. Identities in Harmony: Gender—Work Identity Integration Moderates Frame Switching in Cognitive Processing
  151. Preference Inconsistency in Multidisciplinary Design Decision Making
  152. Computational Models for the Combination of Advice and Individual Learning
  153. A Methodology for Quantifying the Perceived Environmental Friendliness of Vehicle Silhouettes in Engineering Design
  154. A cross-cultural study of users' craftsmanship perceptions in vehicle interior design
  155. Culture and Aesthetic Preference: Comparing the Attention to Context of East Asians and Americans
  156. Measuring Individuals in a Social Environment: Conceptualizing Dyadic and Group Interaction
  157. A Statistical Framework for Modeling Homogeneity and Interdependence in Groups
  158. The Heuristics and Biases Approach to Judgment Under Uncertainty
  159. The role of cognitive appraisal and worry in BRCA1/2 testing decisions among a clinic population
  160. Preference Inconsistency in Multidisciplinary Design Decision Making
  161. Questions and Comparisons: Methods of Research in Social Psychology
  162. Ranks and Rivals: A Theory of Competition
  163. Cognition, Persuasion and Decision Making in Older Consumers
  164. Genetic counseling forBRCA1/2: A randomized controlled trial of two strategies to facilitate the education and counseling process
  165. A Dyadic Investigation of Exercise Support Between Cardiac Patients and Their Spouses.
  166. Aid and Influence: Health-Promoting Exchanges of Older Married Partners
  167. Assessment of genetic testing and related counseling services: current research and future directions
  168. Models of dyadic social interaction
  169. Modeling the Personality of Dyads and Groups
  170. Rating the similarity of simple perceptual stimuli: asymmetries induced by manipulating exposure frequency
  171. The Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology: A Toolbox for Serious Researchers
  172. Random effects diagonal metric multidimensional scaling models
  173. Cancer-specific worry interference in women attending a breast and ovarian cancer risk evaluation program: impact on emotional distress and health functioning
  174. Decision making in real life
  175. Testing parameters in structural equation modeling: Every "one" matters.
  176. The study of ?real? decision making
  177. Difference score correlations in relationship research: A conceptual primer
  178. The correlational analysis of dyad-level data in the distinguishable case
  179. Differential weighting in choice versus advice: I’ll do this, you do that
  180. On the Shape of the Probability Weighting Function
  181. Nonlinear Decision Weights in Choice Under Uncertainty
  182. Personality and Judgment Heuristics: Contextual and Individual Difference Interactions in Social Judgment
  183. Curvature of the Probability Weighting Function
  184. Effect sizes and p values: What should be reported and what should be replicated?
  185. Circles and Squares, Spheres and Cubes: What's the Deal with Circumplex Models?
  186. Measuring ordinal association in situations that contain tied scores.
  187. Correlational analysis of dyad-level data in the exchangeable case.
  188. Who should stand next to the suspect? Problems in the assessment of lineup fairness.
  189. Interaction with Others Increases Decision Confidence but Not Decision Quality: Evidence against Information Collection Views of Interactive Decision Making
  190. Compositional Anomalies in the Semantics of Evidence
  191. Decision making strategies and self/other perspectives
  192. The Statistics Ritual in Psychological Research
  193. "Social" Cognition and Social Cognition
  194. When Words Speak Louder Than Actions: Another′s Evaluations Can Appear More Diagnostic Than Their Decisions
  195. Response biases in lineups and showups.
  196. Simplified Successive Intervals Scaling
  197. Dyadic Data Analysis
  198. Idea Generation Through Empathy: Reimagining the ‘Cognitive Walkthrough’
  199. Design Heuristics Support Two Modes of Idea Generation: Initiating Ideas and Transitioning Among Concepts
  200. Teaching Design Ideation
  201. Cognitive Heuristic Use In Engineering Design Ideation
  202. Decision Under Risk
  203. Expanding Evidence-based Pedagogy with Design Heuristics