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The Multiple Origins of Complex Multicellularity

EA39CH08-Knoll ARI 24 March 2011 0:48 The Multiple Origins of Complex Multicellularity Andrew H. Knoll Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138; email: [email protected] Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 2011. 39:217 39 The Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences is

Social Origins an Overview-ARNOVA 2000

Working papers are intermediary products, and they are released in the interest of timely distribution of Project results to stimulate scholarly discussion and inform policy debates. A full list of these papers is provided inside the back cover. The production of these working papers owes much to the devoted efforts of our project staff.

Transformational vs. Transactional Leadership Theories

ISSN: 2306-9007 Odumeru & Ifeanyi (2013) 356 2.0 Transformational Leadership A transformational leader is a person who stimulates and inspires (transform) followers to achieve

Indo-European Origins of the Greek Hexameter

Indo-European Origins of the Greek Hexameter Paul Kiparsky* *The main points of this article were presented at the Munich colloquium Sprache und Metrik. This version has benefited from the discussion on that occasion, and especially from comments on a draft by Dieter Gunkel. 1

The European origins of economic development

(2011). According to this human capital view, European settlers directly and immediately added human capital skills to the colonies and also had long-run effects on human capital accumulation. These long-run effects emerge because human capital disseminates throughout the popu-

Inventory of the Phillis Wheatley Literary and Social Club

Inventory of the Phillis Wheatley Literary and Social Club Papers, 1916 - 2011 Page 6 Detailed Description of the Collection 1. Minutes and History, 1916-2004 (0.5 linear feet) Box 1 Folder 1 History (photocopy), 1934 The history explains the origins of the Club. Guests mentioned include Edwin A.

Retrospective for Yale Agrarian Studies

Soviet History, v. 10 (Gulf Breeze, Florida: Academic International Press, 2011), 79-92. This encyclopedia article was a first attempt to work out my idea of viewing Soviet famines in light of the long history of famine, famine relief, and views of famine in Russian history.

Paper 2 - Pearson

Jun 10, 2015 A2 The origins and course of the First World War, 1905 18 Page 6 A3 Russia in Revolution, 1914 24 Page 8 A4 The USA, 1917 29 Page 10 A5 Colonial rule and the nationalist challenge in India, 1919 47 Page 12 A6 The fall of communism in Europe, 1979 91 Page 14 Section B Breadth Study in Change

PAPER Neural signatures of number processing in human infants

Developmental Science 14:2 (2011), pp 360 371 DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7687.2010.00987.x. size limit, which is also observed in non-human animals nature and origins

BIS Working Papers

BIS Working Papers No 346 Global imbalances and the financial crisis: Link or no link? by Claudio Borio and Piti Disyatat Monetary and Economic Department May 2011 JEL classification: E40, E43, E44, E50, E52, F30, F40. Keywords: Global imbalances, saving glut, money, credit, capital flows, current account, interest rates, financial crisis.

Origins of the Modern MOOC - Stanford University

5 system, mlFclassand dbFclassfurther made extensive use of randomized quizzes, and of mastery learning


Origins of Civil Society: Explaining the Nonprofit Sector Cross-Nationally. Working Papers of the Johns Hopkins Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project, no. 22, edited by Lester M. Salamon and Helmut K. Anheier. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 1996. ISBN 1-886333-26-2

The Electoral College Jan. 2011 - EAC

This United States Election Assistance Commission white paper explains the origins of the Elec-toral College, and the ways in which it has changed since its introduction more than 200 years ago. It also considers past elections in which the Electoral College was tested by unique cir-cumstances or exceptionally tight races.

An Overview of the Methodological Approach of Action Research

Apr 14, 2011 Figure 2 Detailed Action Research Model (adapted from Susman 1983) [iii] Principles of Action Research What gives action research its unique flavour is the set of principles that guide the research.

© 2011 Scientific American - Lera Boroditsky

Oct 15, 2010 February 2011, ScientificAmerican.com63 Lera Boroditsky is an assistant professor of cognitive psychology at Stanford University and editor in chief of Frontiers in Cultural Psychology. Her lab conducts research around the world, focusing on mental representation and the effects of language on cognition. Illustration by Tom Whalen cognitive

Papers from ORIGINS 2011 - COnnecting REpositories

Papers from ORIGINS 2011 Alan W. Schwartz Published online: 30 November 2011 # The Author(s) 2011. This article is published with open access at This last issue of OLEB of 2011 contains a collection of papers from ORIGINS 2011. The conference, which was jointly organized by Bioastronomy (IAU Commission 51) and

History of the Second World War EUH4280 Course Syllabus

(2) All written assignments term papers and the like are due on the day assigned in the syllabus and/or as announced by the instructor during class. Papers must be handed into the instructor on the due date in a hard-copy format. (That is, do not send your paper as an e-mail attachment etc.) No late papers will be accepted for any

WIDER Working Paper No. 2011/27 How Does Colonial Origin

problem with the Rostowski and Stacescu papers, as with the Klerman et al. paper, is that they do not probe into the different mechanisms through which colonial origin affects growth and their analyses are limited to the initial conditions at independence. Remarkable in the conclusion ofthe Rostowski and Stacescu paper is the suggestion

Language Projections: 2010 to 2020 -

part by a shift in the origins of immigration to the United States. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the majority of U.S. immigrants spoke either English or a European language such as German, Polish, or Italian (Stevens, 1999). Beginning in the middle of the 20th century, patterns of immigration shifted to


2. To what extent did militarism contribute to the origins of the First World War (1914 1918) and the Second World War (1939 1945)? Answers should focus on the contribution of militarism to the two world wars thus it might be considered as a long-term and/or short-term cause of the conflicts. Militarism might not be

STUDY SERIES (Survey Methodology #2011-11)

respondents to report multiple Hispanic origins, and limiting the use of the term race. Thus in the present study, six questionnaires pretested respondent reactions to, and understandings of, the revised features of the experimental combined race and Hispanic origin questions. Two

On the Origins of Dishonesty: From Parents to Children

Recent papers also reported that children ages 5-15 behave dishonestly when given the opportunity to do so (Bucciol and Piovesan, 2011) and that they are also willing to act unfairly if they can maintain an appearance of fairness in front of the experimenter (Shaw et at. 2014).

About the origins of the VC lemma -

Shelah s 1972 papers Shelah s papers are cited by Sauer (as preprints). whereas it is easy to nd the result in the paper of Vapnik-Chernovenkis, I would be hard put to give a precise location in Shelah s paper where he actually states this dichotomy. E Kowalsky1 could not see my way to it through the thicket of mathematical

Multiculturalism and Museums in China

UM Working Papers in Museum Studies, Number 7 (2011) 2 group, which comprises about 92% of the total population (or 1.3 billion people), is the Han nationality. The remaining 8% (or about 104 million people) consists of 55 different groups, which are officially called shaoshu minzu. The largest minority nationality group in terms of population

The 1918 U.S. In uenza Pandemic as a Natural Experiment

experiment. Section II.2 will discuss the fetal-origins hypothesis, the prior evidence of its existence, and how using the 1918 U.S. pandemic as a natural experiment could allow for major progress in its veri cation. Section II.3 will provide the results of the seminal papers written by Douglas Almond about


~ 3 ~ The key, sometimes contradictory, points in these early (1948, 1952) pamphlets were that: The alcoholic has a special susceptibility to habit-forming drugs of all types (1952, p.

Land, Debt, and Taxes: Origins of the U.S. State Default

Land, Debt, and Taxes: Origins of the U.S. State Default Crisis, 1839 to 1842. John Joseph Wallis, Richard E. Sylla, and Arthur Grinath III

LIBOR: Origins, Economics, Crisis, Scandal, and Reform

LIBOR: Origins, Economics, Crisis, Scandal, and Reform David Hou and David Skeie Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports, no. 667 March 2014 JEL classification: G01, G12, G15, G18, G21, E43 Abstract The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is a widely used indicator of funding conditions in the interbank market.


Communication (email): James Coplien. 22 Jun 2011 Scrum is not a development method or a formal process, rather it is a compression algorithm for worldwide best practices observed in over 50 years of software development. The Scrum framework is simple to

New Developments in the Origins and Evolution of Native

The six following papers present recent research on the origins and evolution of Native American popula-tions. It is worthwhile to point out some of the new data that they present and the directions that they forge. Direct observations on DNA form the basis of all genetic marker analyses that they report. Two papers add to the

ABBY ALPERT - Wharton Faculty

Ph.D. Economics, University of Maryland, 2011 Committee: Mark Duggan (Co-Chair), Judith K. Hellerstein (Co-Chair) B.S. Mathematics and Economics, University of Chicago, 2003 RESEARCH INTERESTS Health Economics, Public Economics, Applied Econometrics WORKING PAPERS Origins of the Opioid Crisis and Its Enduring Impacts, 2019.

The Origins of AIDS Address for correspondence: Kevin M. De

The Origins of AIDS Jacques Pepin Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2011 ISBN-13: 978-0521186377 (paperback) Pages: 310; Price: US $28.99 This excellent but frustrating book is essential reading for anyone deeply interested in the early history and dissemination of HIV/AIDS. Interest must be deep because the author


Giuliano, and Nunn 2011), that the effect of changing religious norms on literacy can be permanent (Botticini and Eckstein 2007), and that the slave trade in Africa led to permanently lower levels of trust (Nunn and Wantchekon 2011). 5 In a similar spirit to our paper, Jha (2008)


THE SOCIAL ORIGINS OF INNOVATION FAILURES Laura G. Pedraza-Fariña* This Article identifies and describes a crucial source of innovation failure linked not to the market but to the structure of social relations that underlie market


Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TCPMT.2011.2159304 devices have great appeal for site-specific and on-demand cooling in microelectronic and optoelectronic devices [1], [4]. The power distribution on a microelectronic chip could be highly non-uniform both on temporal and local scales, which could lead to hot-spots. The peak temperature on

Econometrica, Vol. 79, No. 3 (May, 2011), 733 772

Econometrica, Vol. 79, No. 3 (May, 2011), 733 772 THE GRANULAR ORIGINS OF AGGREGATE FLUCTUATIONS BY XAVIER GABAIX1 This paper proposes that idiosyncratic firm-level shocks can explain an important part of aggregate movements and provide a microfoundation for aggregate shocks. Ex-

CALL FOR PAPERS - University of Pennsylvania

CALL FOR PAPERS Beyond Scare Quotes: Rethinking Words and Things in the Study of Ancient Judaism and Christianity Regional Graduate Student Conference, to be held at the University of Pennsylvania, April 2011. In conjunction with the 48th Philadelphia Seminar on Christian Origins

Social Exclusion of Children: Developmental Origins of Prejudice

papers, and the potential efficacy of intergroup contact for reducing exclusion is a common theme across several others. Across all of these issues and contexts, the authors have also provided clear directions for future research and considered the practical or policy implications of their findings. Specific Papers

February 2011 ABSTRACT - David Card

Origins of the Unemployment Rate: The Lasting Legacy of Measurement without Theory David Card UC Berkeley and NBER February 2011 ABSTRACT The modern definition of unemployment emerged in the late 1930s from research conducted at the Works Progress Administration and the Census Bureau. Under this definition, people who

The Great Diversion Project in the Owens River Valley and

Origins, Processes, and Challenges Ingrid Barce Geology G188 5/2/2014 It is no stretch of the imagination to say that Mono County will take its place in the foremost ranks of the counties of California in the very near future. -Mono County: The Land of Promise, 1908