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    This study examines the relationship among the employees–organization pro-environmental values fit, supervisors’ PEVs and employees’ pro-environmental behaviors. Informed by the PEB, organizational values and employee–organization fit literature, we propose and test hypotheses that under egoistic, altruistic and biosphere-value orientations, E–O PEVs fit versus non-fit have significant effects on employees’ private-sphere PEB and public-sphere PEB, identifying supervisors’ PEVs as a moderator. A…Read more
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    Objectivity in Quantum Measurement
    with Sheng-Wen Li, C. Y. Cai, and C. P. Sun
    Foundations of Physics 48 (6): 654-667. 2018.
    The objectivity is a basic requirement for the measurements in the classical world, namely, different observers must reach a consensus on their measurement results, so that they believe that the object exists “objectively” since whoever measures it obtains the same result. We find that this simple requirement of objectivity indeed imposes an important constraint upon quantum measurements, i.e., if two or more observers could reach a consensus on their quantum measurement results, their measureme…Read more
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    It is important to identify the developmental antecedents of externalizing behavioral problems in early childhood. The current study examined the main effects of maternal personality and its interactive effects with child temperamental reactivity in predicting child externalizing behavioral problems, indicated by impulsivity and aggression. This study was composed of 70 children (Mage= 17.6 months, SD = 3.73) and their mothers. The results showed that maternal agreeableness was negatively associ…Read more
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    Engineering solutions for complex composite material behaviour spanning time and temperature scales
    with M. L. Scott, D. J. Elder, S. Feih, A. J. Gunnion, and R. S. Thomson
    Philosophical Magazine 90 (31-32): 4153-4174. 2010.
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    Transmission electron microscopy observation of a deformation twin in TWIP steel by anex situtensile test
    with J. B. Liu, W. Liu, Y. W. Zeng, and K. Y. Shu
    Philosophical Magazine 91 (31): 4033-4044. 2011.
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    Applying Wave Processing Techniques to Clustering of Gene Expressions
    with P. D. O'Neill and G. D. Magoulas
    Journal of Intelligent Systems 15 (1-4): 107-128. 2006.
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    Orientation of shear bands for a rigid plastic frictional material in simple shear
    with A. Papon, H. Muhlhaus, and L. Gross
    Philosophical Magazine 92 (28-30): 3564-3588. 2012.
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    Atomistic calculation of point-defect diffusion anisotropy and irradiation growth inα-zirconium
    with C. H. Woo
    Philosophical Magazine 87 (16): 2355-2369. 2007.
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    © 2014 Elsevier B.V.We evaluate the factors influencing the abundance, [Li], and isotopic composition of riverine Li delivered to the oceans through analyses and modeling of [Li] and δ7Li in streams and groundwaters draining a single continental lithology, the Columbia River Basalts. The streams were sampled in different climate zones that lie east, and west of the Cascades Mountains, and during two different seasons in order to evaluate climatic and seasonal influences on Li isotopes in rivers.…Read more
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    Use of a conformational switching aptamer for rapid and specific ex vivo identification of central nervous system lymphoma in a xenograft model
    with J. F. Georges, J. Eschbacher, J. Nichols, M. A. Mooney, Joy A., R. F. Spetzler, B. G. Feuerstein, M. C. Preul, T. Anderson, H. Yan, and P. Nakaji
    Improved tools for providing specific intraoperative diagnoses could improve patient care. In neurosurgery, intraoperatively differentiating non-operative lesions such as CNS B-cell lymphoma from operative lesions can be challenging, often necessitating immunohistochemical procedures which require up to 24-48 hours. Here, we evaluate the feasibility of generating rapid ex vivo specific labeling using a novel lymphoma-specific fluorescent switchable aptamer. Our B-cell lymphoma-specific switchabl…Read more
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    Results from the CUORE-0 experiment
    with L. Canonica, C. Alduino, Alfonso K., D. R. Artusa, F. T. Avignone, O. Azzolini, T. I. Banks, G. Bari, J. W. Beeman, F. Bellini, A. Bersani, M. Biassoni, C. Brofferio, C. Bucci, A. Caminata, X. G. Cao, S. Capelli, L. Cappelli, L. Carbone, L. Cardani, P. Carniti, N. Casali, L. Cassina, D. Chiesa, N. Chott, M. Clemenza, S. Copello, C. Cosmelli, O. Cremonesi, R. J. Creswick, J. S. Cushman, I. Dafinei, A. Dally, C. J. Davis, S. Dell'Oro, M. M. Deninno, S. Di Domizio, M. L. Di Vacri, A. Drobizhev, D. Q. Fang, M. Faverzani, G. Fernandes, E. Ferri, F. Ferroni, E. Fiorini, B. K. Fujikawa, A. Giachero, L. Gironi, A. Giuliani, L. Gladstone, P. Gorla, C. Gotti, T. D. Gutierrez, E. E. Haller, K. Han, E. Hansen, K. M. Heeger, R. Hennings-Yeomans, K. P. Hickerson, H. Z. Huang, R. Kadel, G. Keppel, G. Yu Kolomensky, K. E. Lim, Y. G. Ma, and M. Maino
    The CUORE-0 experiment searched for neutrinoless double beta decay in130Te using an array of 52 tellurium dioxide crystals, operated as bolometers at a temperature of 10 mK. It took data in the Gran Sasso National Laboratory since March 2013 to March 2015. We present the results of a search for neutrinoless double beta decay in 9.8 kg-years130Te exposure that allowed us to set the most stringent limit to date on this half-life. The performance of the detector in terms of background and energy re…Read more