Search for tag: "measures"

EEB 522 Seminar Series | Evan MacLean

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Evan MacLean "Origins of Cognitive Diversity and Behavioral Diversity in Domestic Dogs"

From  EEB Media 0 likes 2 plays

Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 6 likes 153 plays

Elastic Shear Buckling Analysis of Low-Frequency Sinusoid Bridge Plate Girders, Eleni Retzepis, UG '24 (2276709)

Flat steel web plates are used in various structural applications such as in plate girders in bridges to transfer large loads across long spans. However, these plates are usually very slim, which…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 3 likes 44 plays

Developing and Deploying a Korean Text Analysis Tool for Language Learners

Second language writing is a highly complex cognitive activity where learners engage in thinking about the content, planning the language, and executing appropriately to achieve their goals. As…

From  PC Princeton Center for Language Study 0 likes 25 plays

ReMatch Intern - Eleni Retzepis

From  our Undergraduate Research 6 likes 46 plays

Anxious Prospects: Determining Cognitive Processes Underlying Biased Risk Preferences in Anxiety, Allison Yang, UG '23 (3959046)

One prominent symptom of anxiety is exaggerated threat appraisal, which is an overestimation of the likelihood and extent of harm. Researchers have aimed to understand what underlies the real cause…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 1 likes 32 plays

Bradford Seminar: "Flood Vulnerable Populations: Who's Exposed And Who Recovers?"

Water and destruction garner the attention in flood disasters, and drive research and policy emphasis on physical processes and built environment impacts. But the main reason we care about floods is…

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 7 plays

From Healthscaping to Disease Tracing: Plague and Public Health After the Black Death - Abigail Agresta

From Healthscaping to Disease Tracing: Plague and Public Health After the Black Death Speaker: Abigail Agresta, George Washington University June 18, 2020 In partnership with…

From  Sarah Porter 0 likes 32 plays

CORONAWATCH PODCAST

From  Nivedita Mallina 0 likes 159 plays

Session 6 | Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health

Session 6 | After Epidemics: The Challenge of Reinventing Public HealthSaturday, May 9, 2020 | 1:30 - 3 pmFrom cholera to polio and AIDS, epidemic crises often spur societies to reinvent public…

From  Department of History Department 0 likes 224 plays

Session 2 | Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health

Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health Friday, May 8, 2020 | 11 am - 12:30 pmSession 2 | Epidemics and Urban Centers: Different Cities, Disparate…

From  Department of History Department 0 likes 416 plays

COVID-19 Public Health & THE ECONOMY IN THE GULF STATES

From  Becky Parnian 0 likes 86 plays

Early-life autism spectrum disorder diagnosis with nonlinear EEG analysis using machine learning methods

With the increased prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) comes the challenge of identifying children at risk for ASD as early in life as possible so that they can benefit from early…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 0 likes 89 plays

Global Systemic Risk: Coronavirus Panel Discussion - February 27, 2020

Global Systemic Risk: Coronavirus Panel Discussion - February 27, 2020

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 60 plays

The Future of the Puerto Rican Body - Part II of Bankruptcy and Citizenship in Puerto Rico Colloquium (Session 3)

From  PL Latin American Studies 0 likes 8 plays

"Party Polarization, Economic Inequality, and the 2016 Election" Fall Football Lecture

Nolan McCarty, Susan Dod Brown Professor of Politics and Public Affairs and Chair, Department of Politics describes how income inequality and political polarization have both increased dramatically…

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 212 plays