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Item Open AccessAuthor correction: CXXC5 as an unmethylated CpG dinucleotide binding protein contributes to estrogen-mediated cellular proliferation (Scientific Reports, (2020), 10, 1, (5971), 10.1038/s41598-020-62912-0)(Nature Research, 2020) Ayaz, G.; Razizadeh, N.; Yaşar, P.; Kars, G.; Kahraman, D. C.; Saatci, Ö.; Şahin, Özgür; Çetin-Atalay, R.; Muyan, M.; Şahin, Özgür Item Open AccessAuthor Correction: Stretchable nanofibers of polyvinylidenefluoride (PVDF)/thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) nanocomposite to support piezoelectric response via mechanical elasticity (Scientific Reports, (2022), 12, 1, (8335), 10.1038/s41598-022-11465-5)(Nature Research, 2022-12) Shehata, Nader; Nair, Remya; Boualayan, Rabab; Kandas, Ishac; Masrani, Abdulrazak; Elnabawy, Eman; Omran, Nada; Gamal, Mohammed; Hassanin, Ahmed H.; Masrani, Abdulrazak; Masrani, AbdulrzakThe original version of this Article contained an error in the spelling of the author Abdulrzak Masrani which was incorrectly given as Abdulrazak Masrani. The original Article has been corrected. © The Author(s) 2022. Item Open AccessCorrection to: Active tuning from narrowband to broadband absorbers using a sub-wavelength VO2 embedded layer(Springer, 2021-02-04) Osgouei, Ataollah Kalantari; Hajian, Hodjat; Khalichi, Bahram; Serebryannikov, Andriy E.; Ghobadi, Amir; Özbay, Ekmel; Osgouei, Ataollah Kalantari; Hajian, Hodja; Khalichi, Bahram; Serebryannikov, Andriy E.; Ghobadi, Amir; Özbay, EkmelMetamaterial perfect absorbers (MPAs) with dynamic thermal tuning features are able to control the absorption performance of the resonances, providing diverse applications spanning from optical switches and filters to modulators. In this paper, we propose an MPA with diverse functionalities enabled by vanadium dioxide (VO2) embedded in a metal-dielectric plasmonic structure. For the initial design purpose, a silicon (Si) nanograting on a silver (Ag) mirror is proposed to have multiple resonant responses in the near infrared (NIR) region. Then, the insertion of a thin VO2 layer at the right position enables the design to act as an on/off switch and resonance tuner. In the insulator phase of VO2, in which the permittivity data of VO2 is similar to that of Si, a double strong resonant behavior is achieved within the NIR region. By increasing the temperature, the state of VO2 transforms from insulator to metallic so that the absorption bands turn into three distinct resonant peaks with close spectral positions. Upon this transformation, a new resonance emerges and the existing resonance features experience blue/red shifts in the spectral domain. The superposition of these peaks makes the overall absorption bandwidth broad. Although Si has a small thermo-optic coefficient, owing to strong light confinement in the ultrasmall gaps, a substantial tuning can be achieved within the Si nanogratings. Therefore, the proposed hybrid design can provide multi-resonance tunable features to cover a broad range and can be a promising strategy for the design of linearly thermal-tunable and broadband MPAs. Owing to the proposed double tuning feature, the resonance wavelengths exhibits great sensitivity to temperature, covering a broad wavelength range. Overall, the proposed design strategy demonstrates diverse functionalities enabled by the integration of a thin VO2 layer with plasmonic absorbers. Item Open AccessCorrection to: Fundamental mentality in a physical world(Springer, 2020-11-09) Brown, Christopher Devlin; Brown, Christopher DevlinRegardless of whatever else physicalism requires, nearly all philosophers agree that physicalism cannot be true in a world which contains fundamental mentality. I challenge this widely held attitude, and describe a world which is plausibly all-physical, yet which may contain fundamental mentality. This is a world in which priority monism is true—which is the view that the whole of the cosmos is fundamental, with dependence relations directed from the whole to the parts—and which contains only a single mental system, like a brain or computer. Because some properties of the whole are fundamental under priority monism, it follows that that the mental properties of a cosmos-encompassing brain or computer system may be fundamental in a priority monist world. Yet such a world need not contain anything physically unacceptable: the mental properties of the cosmos-encompassing brain or computer can be characterized in a physicalism-friendly functionalist or identity-theoretic way. Thus, as I see it, physicalism need not be false in such a world. This constitutes a challenge to those who hold the view that physicalism is inconsistent with the existence of fundamental mentality. Item Open AccessCorrection to: High frequency multiscale relationships among major cryptocurrencies: portfolio management implications(SpringerOpen, 2021-10-29) Mensi, Walid; Rehman, Mobeen Ur; Shafiullah, Muhammad; Al-Yahyaee, Khamis Hamed; Şensoy, Ahmet; Şensoy, AhmetThis paper examines the high frequency multiscale relationships and nonlinear multiscale causality between Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, Ripple, and Litecoin. We apply nonlinear Granger causality and rolling window wavelet correlation (RWCC) to 15 min—data. Empirical RWCC results indicate mostly positive co-movements and long-term memory between the cryptocurrencies, especially between Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Monero. The nonlinear Granger causality tests reveal dual causation between most of the cryptocurrency pairs. We advance evidence to improve portfolio risk assessment, and hedging strategies. Item Open AccessCorrection to: NoRCE: non‑coding RNA sets cis enrichment tool(BioMed Central Ltd., 2021-08-04) Olgun, Gülden; Nabi, Afshan; Tastan, Oznur; Olgun, GüldenWhile some non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) are assigned critical regulatory roles, most remain functionally uncharacterized. This presents a challenge whenever an interesting set of ncRNAs needs to be analyzed in a functional context. Transcripts located close-by on the genome are often regulated together. This genomic proximity on the sequence can hint at a functional association. Results: We present a tool, NoRCE, that performs cis enrichment analysis for a given set of ncRNAs. Enrichment is carried out using the functional annotations of the coding genes located proximal to the input ncRNAs. Other biologically relevant information such as topologically associating domain (TAD) boundaries, co-expression patterns, and miRNA target prediction information can be incorporated to conduct a richer enrichment analysis. To this end, NoRCE includes several relevant datasets as part of its data repository, including cell-line specific TAD boundaries, functional gene sets, and expression data for coding & ncRNAs specific to cancer. Additionally, the users can utilize custom data files in their investigation. Enrichment results can be retrieved in a tabular format or visualized in several different ways. NoRCE is currently available for the following species: human, mouse, rat, zebrafish, fruit fly, worm, and yeast. Conclusions: NoRCE is a platform-independent, user-friendly, comprehensive R package that can be used to gain insight into the functional importance of a list of ncRNAs of any type. The tool offers flexibility to conduct the users’ preferred set of analyses by designing their own pipeline of analysis. NoRCE is available in Bioconductor and https://github.com/guldenolgun/NoRCE. Item Open AccessCorrection to: The computational framework for continuum-kinematics-inspired peridynamics(Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, 2020-09-03) Javili, Ali; Firooz, Soheil; McBride, A. T.; Steinmann, P.; Javili, Ali; Firooz, Soheil Item Open AccessCorrection to: the message in the box: how exposure to money affects charitable giving(Springer, 2019-02-07) Ekici, Ahmet; Shiri, Aminreza; Mandrik, C. A.; Ekici, Ahmet; Shiri, Aminreza Item Open AccessCorrigendum to implications of strategic alliances for earnings quality and capital market investors(Elsevier, 2018) Demirkan, S.; Demirkan, I.The authors regret that William M. Cready has not been added as a co-author to this article when it was published originally in year 2014. Dr. Cready gave important support when Dr. Seb Demirkan was initially developing and introducing this new area in accounting. Dr. Cready really deserves to be part of this innovative and impactful interdisciplinary research in accounting. Authors continue to work in this area, and get inspiration from him time to time. The authors would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused by this omission. The order of the authors according to their contribution to this publication is following; Sebahattin Demirkan* (University of Maryland), Irem Demirkan (Loyola University), William M. Cready (University of Texas at Dallas) The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused. 0148-2963/$ - see front matter Item Open AccessCorrigendum to “representations of ⁎-semigroups associated to invariant kernels with values adjointable operators” [Linear Algebra Appl. 486 (2015) 361–388](2020) Ay, Serdar; Gheondea, Aurelian; Ay, Serdar; Gheondea, AurelianWe correct a lemma by adding the assumption that the ordered ⁎-space is Archimedean and show by counter-examples and examples that this is needed. Item Open AccessCorrigendum: Building an iron chromophore incorporating prussian blue analogue for photoelectrochemical water oxidation(Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2021-09-20) Ghobadi, T. Gamze Ulusoy; Ghobadi, Amir; Demirtaş, Merve; Büyüktemiz, M.; Kübra N., Özvural; Yıldız, E. A.; Erdem, E.; Yağlıgül, H. G.; Durgun, Engin; Dede, Y.; Özbay, Ekmel; Karadaş, Ferdi; Ghobadi, T. Gamze Ulusoy; Ghobadi, Amir; Demirtaş, Merve; Kübra N., Özvural; Durgun, Engin; Özbay, Ekmel; Karadaş, FerdiThe replacement of traditional ruthenium-based photosensitizers with low-cost and abundant iron analogs is a key step for the advancement of scalable and sustainable dye-sensitized water splitting cells. In this proof-of-concept study, a pyridinium ligand coordinated pentacyanoferrate(II) chromophore is used to construct a cyanide-based CoFe extended bulk framework, in which the iron photosensitizer units are connected to cobalt water oxidation catalytic sites through cyanide linkers. The iron-sensitized photoanode exhibits exceptional stability for at least 5 h at pH 7 and features its photosensitizing ability with an incident photon-to-current conversion capacity up to 500 nm with nanosecond scale excited state lifetime. Ultrafast transient absorption and computational studies reveal that iron and cobalt sites mutually support each other for charge separation via short bridging cyanide groups and for injection to the semiconductor in our proof-of-concept photoelectrochemical device. The reorganization of the excited states due to the mixing of electronic states of metal-based orbitals subsequently tailor the electron transfer cascade during the photoelectrochemical process. This breakthrough in chromophore-catalyst assemblies will spark interest in dye-sensitization with robust bulk systems for photoconversion applications. Item Open AccessCorrigendum: Enhancement of polycrystalline silicon solar cells efficiency using indium nitride particles (2015 J. Opt. 17 105903)(IOP, 2019) Alkış, Sabri; Chowdhury, F. I.; Alevli, M.; Dietz, N.; Yalızay, D.; Aktürk, S.; Nayfeh, A.; Okyay, Ali Kemal; Alkış, Sabri; Okyay, Ali KemalIn this work, we present a hybrid indium nitride particle/polycrystalline silicon solar cell based on 230 nm size indium nitride particles (InN-Ps) obtained through laser ablation. The solar cell performance measurements indicate that there is an absolute 1.5% increase (Δη) in the overall solar cell efficiency due to the presence of InN-Ps. Within the spectral range 300–1100 nm, improvements of up to 8.26% are observed in the external quantum efficiency (EQE) and increases of up to 8.75% are observed in the internal quantum efficiency (IQE) values of the corresponding solar cell. The enhancement in power performance is due to the down-shifting properties of the InN-Ps. The electrical measurements are supplemented by TEM, Raman, UV/VIS and PL spectroscopy of the InN-Ps. Item Open AccessErratum to "Equivalent circuit-based analysis of CMUT cell dynamics in arrays" [May 13 1016-1024](IEEE, 2013-06-03) Oguz, H. K.; Atalar, Abdullah; Köymen, Hayrettin; Atalar, Abdullah; Köymen, HayrettinIn the original publication of the paper , the funding source was inadvertently omitted from the footnote on page 1016. The footnote should have read "Manuscript received November 20, 2012; accepted February 14, 2013. This work was supported by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) under project grant 110E216. A. Atalar acknowledges the support of the Turkish Academy of Sciences (TUBA)." The authors regret this omission. Item Open AccessErratum: Author Correction: A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic (Nature human behaviour (2021) 5 8 (1089-1110))(Nature Publishing Group, 2022-08-24) Wang, Ke; Goldenberg, Amit; Dorison, Charles A.; Miller, Jeremy K.; Uusberg, Andero; Lerner, Jennifer S.; Gross, James J.; Agesin, Bamikole Bamikole; Bernardo, Márcia; Campos, Olatz; Eudave, Luis; Grzech, Karolina; Ozery, Daphna Hausman; Jackson, Emily A.; Garcia, Elkin Oswaldo Luis; Drexler, Shira Meir; Jurković, Anita Penić; Rana, Kafeel; Wilson, John Paul; Antoniadi, Maria; Desai, Kermeka; Gialitaki, Zoi; Kushnir, Elizaveta; Nadif, Khaoula; Bravo, Olalla Niño; Nauman, Rafia; Oosterlinck, Marlies; Pantazi, Myrto; Pilecka, Natalia; Szabelska, Anna; van Steenkiste, I.M.M.; Filip, Katarzyna; Bozdoc, Andreea Ioana; Marcu, Gabriela Mariana; Agadullina, Elena; Adamkovič, Matúš; Roczniewska, Marta; Reyna, Cecilia; Kassianos, Angelos P.; Westerlund, Minja; Ahlgren, Lina; Pöntinen, Sara; Adetula, Gabriel Agboola; Dursun, Pinar; Arinze, Azuka Ikechukwu; Arinze, Nwadiogo Chisom; Ogbonnaya, Chisom Esther; Ndukaihe, Izuchukwu L G; Dalgar, Ilker; Akkas, Handan; Macapagal, Paulo Manuel; Lewis, Savannah; Metin-Orta, Irem; Foroni, Francesco; Willis, Megan; Santos, Anabela Caetano; Mokady, Aviv; Reggev, Niv; Kurfali, Merve A.; Vasilev, Martin R.; Nock, Nora L.; Parzuchowski, Michal; Espinoza Barría, Mauricio F.; Vranka, Marek; Kohlová, Markéta Braun; Ropovik, Ivan; Harutyunyan, Mikayel; Wang, Chunhui; Yao, Elvin; Becker, Maja; Manunta, Efisio; Kaminski, Gwenael; Boudesseul, Jordane; Marko, Dafne; Evans, Kortnee; Lewis, David M G; Findor, Andrej; Landry, Anais Thibault; Aruta, John Jamir Benzon; Ortiz, Manuel S.; Vally, Zahir; Pronizius, Ekaterina; Voracek, Martin; Lamm, Claus; Grinberg, Maurice; Li, Ranran; Valentova, Jaroslava Varella; Mioni, Giovanna; Cellini, Nicola; Chen, Sau-Chin; Zickfeld, Janis; Moon, Karis; Azab, Habiba; Levy, Neil; Karababa, Alper; Beaudry, Jennifer L.; Boucher, Leanne; Collins, W Matthew; Todsen, Anna Louise; van Schie, Kevin; Vintr, Jáchym; Bavolar, Jozef; Kaliska, Lada; Križanić, Valerija; Samojlenko, Lara; Pourafshari, Razieh; Geiger, Sandra J.; Beitner, Julia; Warmelink, Lara; Ross, Robert M.; Stephen, Ian D.; Hostler, Thomas J.; Azouaghe, Soufian; McCarthy, Randy; Szala, Anna; Grano, Caterina; Solorzano, Claudio Singh; Anjum, Gulnaz; Jimenez-Leal, William; Bradford, Maria; Pérez, Laura Calderón; Cruz Vásquez, Julio E.; Galindo-Caballero, Oscar J.; Vargas-Nieto, Juan Camilo; Kácha, Ondřej; Arvanitis, Alexios; Xiao, Qinyu; Cárcamo, Rodrigo; Zorjan, Saša; Tajchman, Zuzanna; Vilares, Iris; Pavlacic, Jeffrey M.; Kunst, Jonas R.; Tamnes, Christian K.; von Bastian, Claudia C.; Atari, Mohammad; Sharifian, MohammadHasan; Hricova, Monika; Kačmár, Pavol; Schrötter, Jana; Rahal, Rima-Maria; Cohen, Noga; FatahModares, Saeideh; Zrimsek, Miha; Zakharov, Ilya; Koehn, Monica A.; Esteban-Serna, Celia; Calin-Jageman, Robert J.; Krafnick, Anthony J.; Štrukelj, Eva; Isager, Peder Mortvedt; Urban, Jan; Silva, Jaime R.; Martončik, Marcel; Očovaj, Sanja Batić; Šakan, Dušana; Kuzminska, Anna O.; Djordjevic, Jasna Milosevic; Almeida, Inês A T; Ferreira, Ana; Lazarevic, Ljiljana B.; Manley, Harry; Ricaurte, Danilo Zambrano; Monteiro, Renan P.; Etabari, Zahra; Musser, Erica; Dunleavy, Daniel; Chou, Weilun; Godbersen, Hendrik; Ruiz-Fernández, Susana; Reeck, Crystal; Batres, Carlota; Kirgizova, Komila; Muminov, Abdumalik; Azevedo, Flavio; Alvarez, Daniela Serrato; Butt, Muhammad Mussaffa; Lee, Jeong Min; Chen, Zhang; Verbruggen, Frederick; Ziano, Ignazio; Tümer, Murat; Charyate, Abdelilah C A; Dubrov, Dmitrii; Tejada Rivera, María Del Carmen M C; Aberson, Christopher; Pálfi, Bence; Maldonado, Mónica Alarcón; Hubena, Barbora; Sacakli, Asli; Ceary, Chris D.; Richard, Karley L.; Singer, Gage; Perillo, Jennifer T.; Ballantyne, Tonia; Cyrus-Lai, Wilson; Fedotov, Maksim; Du, Hongfei; Wielgus, Magdalena; Pit, Ilse L.; Hruška, Matej; Sousa, Daniela; Aczel, Balazs; Hajdu, Nandor; Szaszi, Barnabas; Adamus, Sylwia; Barzykowski, Krystian; Micheli, Leticia; Schmidt, Nadya-Daniela; Zsido, Andras N.; Paruzel-Czachura, Mariola; Muda, Rafał; Bialek, Michal; Kowal, Marta; Sorokowska, Agnieszka; Misiak, Michal; Mola, Débora; Ortiz, María Victoria; Correa, Pablo Sebastián; Belaus, Anabel; Muchembled, Fany; Ribeiro, Rafael R.; Arriaga, Patricia; Oliveira, Raquel; Vaughn, Leigh Ann; Szwed, Paulina; Kossowska, Małgorzata; Czarnek, Gabriela; Kielińska, Julita; Antazo, Benedict; Betlehem, Ruben; Stieger, Stefan; Nilsonne, Gustav; Simonovic, Nicolle; Taber, Jennifer; Gourdon-Kanhukamwe, Amélie; Domurat, Artur; Ihaya, Keiko; Yamada, Yuki; Urooj, Anum; Gill, Tripat; Čadek, Martin; Bylinina, Lisa; Messerschmidt, Johanna; Kurfalı, Murathan; Adetula, Adeyemi; Baklanova, Ekaterina; Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan; Kappes, Heather B.; Gjoneska, Biljana; House, Thea; Jones, Marc V.; Berkessel, Jana B.; Chopik, William J.; Çoksan, Sami; Seehuus, Martin; Khaoudi, Ahmed; Bokkour, Ahmed; El Arabi, Kanza Ait; Djamai, Ikhlas; Iyer, Aishwarya; Parashar, Neha; Adiguzel, Arca; Kocalar, Halil Emre; Bundt, Carsten; Norton, James O.; Papadatou-Pastou, Marietta; De la Rosa-Gomez, Anabel; Ankushev, Vladislav; Bogatyreva, Natalia; Grigoryev, Dmitry; Ivanov, Aleksandr; Prusova, Irina; Romanova, Marina; Sarieva, Irena; Terskova, Maria; Hristova, Evgeniya; Kadreva, Veselina Hristova; Janak, Allison; Schei, Vidar; Sverdrup, Therese E.; Askelund, Adrian Dahl; Pineda, Lina Maria Sanabria; Krupić, Dajana; Levitan, Carmel A.; Johannes, Niklas; Ouherrou, Nihal; Say, Nicolas; Sinkolova, Sladjana; Janjić, Kristina; Stojanovska, Marija; Stojanovska, Dragana; Khosla, Meetu; Thomas, Andrew G.; Kung, Franki Y H; Bijlstra, Gijsbert; Mosannenzadeh, Farnaz; Balci, Busra Bahar; Reips, Ulf-Dietrich; Baskin, Ernest; Ishkhanyan, Byurakn; Czamanski-Cohen, Johanna; Dixson, Barnaby James Wyld; Moreau, David; Sutherland, Clare A M; Chuan-Peng, Hu; Noone, Chris; Flowe, Heather; Anne, Michele; Janssen, Steve M J; Topor, Marta; Majeed, Nadyanna M.; Kunisato, Yoshihiko; Yu, Karen; Daches, Shimrit; Hartanto, Andree; Vdovic, Milica; Anton-Boicuk, Lisa; Forbes, Paul A G; Kamburidis, Julia; Marinova, Evelina; Nedelcheva-Datsova, Mina; Rachev, Nikolay R.; Stoyanova, Alina; Schmidt, Kathleen; Suchow, Jordan W.; Koptjevskaja-Tamm, Maria; Jernsäther, Teodor; Olofsson, Jonas K.; Bialobrzeska, Olga; Marszalek, Magdalena; Tatachari, Srinivasan; Afhami, Reza; Law, Wilbert; Antfolk, Jan; Žuro, Barbara; Van Doren, Natalia; Soto, Jose A.; Searston, Rachel; Miranda, Jacob; Damnjanović, Kaja; Yeung, Siu Kit; Krupić, Dino; Hoyer, Karlijn; Jaeger, Bastian; Ren, Dongning; Pfuhl, Gerit; Klevjer, Kristoffer; Corral-Frías, Nadia S.; Frias-Armenta, Martha; Lucas, Marc Y.; Torres, Adriana Olaya; Toro, Mónica; Delgado, Lady Grey Javela; Vega, Diego; Solas, Sara Álvarez; Vilar, Roosevelt; Massoni, Sébastien; Frizzo, Thomas; Bran, Alexandre; Vaidis, David C.; Vieira, Luc; Paris, Bastien; Capizzi, Mariagrazia; Coelho, Gabriel Lins de Holanda; Greenburgh, Anna; Whitt, Cassie M.; Tullett, Alexa M.; Du, Xinkai; Volz, Leonhard; Bosma, Minke Jasmijn; Karaarslan, Cemre; Sarıoğuz, Eylül; Allred, Tara Bulut; Korbmacher, Max; Colloff, Melissa F.; Lima, Tiago J S; Ribeiro, Matheus Fernando Felix; Verharen, Jeroen P H; Karekla, Maria; Karashiali, Christiana; Sunami, Naoyuki; Jaremka, Lisa M.; Storage, Daniel; Habib, Sumaiya; Studzinska, Anna; Hanel, Paul H P; Holford, Dawn Liu; Sirota, Miroslav; Wolfe, Kelly; Chiu, Faith; Theodoropoulou, Andriana; Ahn, El Rim; Lin, Yijun; Westgate, Erin C.; Brohmer, Hilmar; Hofer, Gabriela; Dujols, Olivier; Vezirian, Kevin; Feldman, Gilad; Travaglino, Giovanni A.; Ahmed, Afroja; Li, Manyu; Bosch, Jasmijn; Torunsky, Nathan; Bai, Hui; Manavalan, Mathi; Song, Xin; Walczak, Radoslaw B.; Zdybek, Przemysław; Friedemann, Maja; Rosa, Anna Dalla; Kozma, Luca; Alves, Sara G.; Lins, Samuel; Pinto, Isabel R.; Correia, Rita C.; Babinčák, Peter; Banik, Gabriel; Rojas-Berscia, Luis Miguel; Varella, Marco A C; Uttley, Jim; Beshears, Julie E.; Thommesen, Katrine Krabbe; Behzadnia, Behzad; Geniole, Shawn N.; Silan, Miguel A.; Maturan, Princess Lovella G; Vilsmeier, Johannes K.; Tran, Ulrich S.; Izquierdo, Sara Morales; Mensink, Michael C.; Sorokowski, Piotr; Groyecka-Bernard, Agata; Radtke, Theda; Adoric, Vera Cubela; Carpentier, Joelle; Özdoğru, Asil Ali; Joy-Gaba, Jennifer A.; Hedgebeth, Mattie V.; Ishii, Tatsunori; Wichman, Aaron L.; Röer, Jan Philipp; Ostermann, Thomas; Davis, William E.; Suter, Lilian; Papachristopoulos, Konstantinos; Zabel, Chelsea; Onie, Sandersan; Ebersole, Charles R.; Chartier, Christopher R.; Mallik, Peter R.; Urry, Heather L.; Buchanan, Erin M.; Coles, Nicholas A.; Primbs, Maximilian A.; Basnight-Brown, Dana M.; IJzerman, Hans; Forscher, Patrick S.; Moshontz, Hannah; Akdemir KurfalI, MerveIn the version of this article initially published, the following authors were omitted from the author list and the Author contributions section for “investigation” and “writing and editing”: Nandor Hajdu (Institute of Psychology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary), Jordane Boudesseul (Facultad de Psicología, Instituto de Investigación Científica, Universidad de Lima, Lima, Perú), Rafał Muda (Faculty of Economics, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland) and Sandersan Onie (Black Dog Institute, UNSW Sydney, Sydney, Australia & Emotional Health for All Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia). In addition, Saeideh FatahModares’ name was originally misspelled as Saiedeh FatahModarres in the author list. Further, affiliations have been corrected for Maria Terskova (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia), Susana Ruiz Fernandez (FOM University of Applied Sciences, Essen; Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien, Tübingen, and LEAD Research Network, Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen, Germany), Hendrik Godbersen (FOM University of Applied Sciences, Essen, Germany), Gulnaz Anjum (Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada, and Department of Economics & Social Sciences, Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, Pakistan). The changes have been made to the HTML and PDF versions of the article. Item Open AccessErratum: controlling the dynamics of colloidal particles by critical Casimir forces (Soft Matter (2019) 15 (2152-2162) DOI: 10.1039/C8SM01376D)(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020) Magazzu, A.; Callegari, Agnese; Staforelli, J. P.; Gambassi, A.; Dietrich, S.; Volpe, Giovanni; Callegari, Agnese; Volpe, GiovanniCorrection for ‘Controlling the dynamics of colloidal particles by critical Casimir forces’ by Alessandro Magazzù et al., Soft Matter, 2019, 15, 2152–2162, DOI: 10.1039/C8SM01376D. The authors regret an error in the grant number for one of the authors in the Acknowledgements section. The Acknowledgements section should read as follows: This work was partially supported by the ERC Starting Grant ComplexSwimmers (grant no. 677511) and by Vetenskapsrådet (grant no. 2016-03523). A. C. acknowledges partial financial support from TUBITAK (grant no. 116F111). J. P. S. acknowledges partial financial support from FONDECYT (grant no. 1171013). The Royal Society of Chemistry apologises for these errors and any consequent inconvenience to authors and readers. Item Open AccessErratum: On the extremal points of the Λ-Polytopes and classical simulatıon of quantum computation with magic states(2022-05) Cihan, Okay; Zurel, Michael; Raussendorf, Robert; Cihan, OkayWe will fix an error in the proof of Theorem 2 of the work On the extremal points of the $\Lambda $-polytopes and classical simulation of quantum computation with magic states by the current authors, published in Quantum Information and Computation Vol.21 No.13\&14, 1533-7146 (2021). The theorem as it is stated is still correct, however there is a gap in the proof that needs to be filled. Item Open AccessErratum: Specialty optical fiber modeling, fabrication, and characterization feature issue(Optica, 2022) Ortaç, Bülend; Jain, Deepak; Jha, Rajan; Hu, Jonathan; Ung, Bora; Ortaç, BülendTwo articles [1,2] appearing in the “Specialty optical fiber modeling, fabrication, and characterization” feature issue should have been labeled as invited. Item Open AccessErratum: α -MoO3-SiC metasurface for mid-IR directional propagation of phonon polaritons and passive daytime radiative cooling (Applied Physics Letters (2022) 121 (182201) DOI: 10.1063/5.0128110)(AIP Publishing LLC, 2022-11-21) Erçağlar, Veysel; Hajian, Hodjat; Rukhlenko, I.D.; Özbay, Ekmel; Erçağlar, Veysel; Hajian, Hodjat; Özbay, EkmelThis article was originally published online on 31 October 2022 with errors in the Author Contributions section and Refs. 24 and 41. The Author Contributions section and references are shown correctly below. All online and printed versions of the article were corrected on 1 November 2022. AIP Publishing apologizes for this error. © 2022 Author(s). Item Open AccessExpression of concern in SIVP (Signal, Image and Video Processing, (2017), 11, 2, (341-347), 10.1007/s11760-016-0948-8)(Springer, 2019) Çetin, A. Enis; Çetin, A. EnisThe Editor-in-Chief of Signal, Image and Video Processing is issuing an editorial expression of concern to alert readers that this article  shows substantial indication of irregularities in authorship during the submission process. This article contains overlap with the following article  (amongst others). None of the authors have agreed to this editorial expression of concern.