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The conceptualization problem in research and responses to sexual and gender-based violence in forced migration
The conceptualization of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) has developed rapidly over recent decades and the understanding of SGBV in the context of forced migration continues to evolve. Based on a scoping review of ...
Distinct patterns of surround modulation in V1 and hMT+
(Academic Press Inc., 2020)
Modulation of a neuron’s responses by the stimuli presented outside of its classical receptive field is ubiquitous in the visual system. This “surround modulation” mechanism is believed to be critical for efficient processing ...
Developing a scenario-based video game generation framework for computer and virtual reality environments: a comparative usability study
Serious games—games that have additional purposes rather than only entertainment—aim to educate people, solve, and plan several real-life tasks and circumstances in an interactive, efficient, and user-friendly way. Emergency ...
Zebrafish brain RNA sequencing reveals that cell adhesion molecules are critical in brain aging
Brain aging is a complex process, which involves multiple pathways including various components from cellular to molecular. This study aimed to investigate the gene expression changes in zebrafish brains through young-adult ...
"Where are they doing politics?" Women's cooperatives as sites of constellations of power
Being more spatially accessible and offering more channels, the active participation of women in local politics is more likely than in national politics. On the other hand, active political engagement in local politics may ...
The US shale oil production, market forces and the US export ban
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to use the novel data from the primary vision to determine the main financial and economic drivers of this revolutionary shale oil production and how these drivers changed after 2016 ...