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  • Uterus at a price: Disability insurance and hysterectomy 

    Fan, Elliott; Lien, Hsienming; Ma, Ching-To Albert (2019-07)
    Taiwanese Labor, Government Employee, and Farmer Insurance programs provide 5 to 6 months of salary to enrollees who undergo hysterectomies or oophorectomies before their 45th birthday. These programs create incentives for ...
  • Compressed timeline of recent experience in monkey lateral prefrontal cortex 

    Tiganj, Zoran; Cromer, Jason A.; Roy, Jefferson E.; Miller, Earl K.; Howard, Marc W. (MIT PRESS, 2018-07-01)
    Cognitive theories suggest that working memory maintains not only the identity of recently presented stimuli but also a sense of the elapsed time since the stimuli were presented. Previous studies of the neural underpinnings ...
  • Is working memory stored along a logarithmic timeline? Converging evidence from neuroscience, behavior and models 

    Singh, Inder; Tiganj, Zoran; Howard, Marc W. (2018-09)
    A growing body of evidence suggests that short-term memory does not only store the identity of recently experienced stimuli, but also information about when they were presented. This representation of 'what' happened 'when' ...
  • Too educated for love? Women and the marriage market in Indonesia 

    Smith-Hefner, Nancy (CURA/LUCE Religion and World Affairs Series, 2018)
    Indonesia is among the shrinking number of Asian countries demographers identify as following a pattern of “universal marriage,” defined as a country in which fewer than 4% of women over the age of 40 have never married ...
  • Human episodic memory retrieval is accompanied by a neural contiguity effect 

    Folkerts, Sarah; Rutishauser, Ueli; Howard, Marc W. (SOC NEUROSCIENCE, 2018-04-25)
    Cognitive psychologists have long hypothesized that experiences are encoded in a temporal context that changes gradually over time. When an episodic memory is retrieved, the state of context is recovered—a jump back in ...
  • Neural scaling laws for an uncertain world 

    Howard, Marc W.; Shankar, Karthik H. (American Psychological Association, 2018)
    Autonomous neural systems must efficiently process information in a wide range of novel environments, which may have very different statistical properties. We consider the problem of how to optimally distribute receptors along ...
  • DEMO: integrating MPC in big data workflows 

    Volgushev, Nikolaj; Schwarzkopf, Malte; Lapets, Andrei; Varia, Mayank; Bestavros, Azer (2016)
    Secure multi-party computation (MPC) allows multiple parties to perform a joint computation without disclosing their private inputs. Many real-world joint computation use cases, however, involve data analyses on very large ...
  • Dimensions 

    Phillips, Ellen (2019-09)
    Learn how to use Dimensions to search for and analyze data about publications, patents, clinical trials, grants, and policy documents.
  • Temporal and spatial context in the mind and brain 

    Howard, Marc W. (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2017-10-01)
    Theories of episodic memory have long hypothesized that recollection of a specific instance from one's life is mediated by recovery of a neural state of spatiotemporal context. This paper reviews recent theoretical advances ...
  • Using bioindicator species to characterize distinct mangrove habitats on Turneffe Atoll, Belize 

    Scavo Lord, Karina; Burmester, Elizabeth; Lesneski, Kathryn; McPherson, Kendall; Cheung, Beatrice; Chamberlain, Emelia; Ewa, Roseline; Fortunato, Brad; Inge, Melissa; Jacomo, Nathalie; Kunis, Caitlin; Mather, Bradley; McCarthy, Gretchen; McGinnis, Lucy; Morey, Joshua; O'Connor, Olivia; Soukup, Jennifer; Sullivan, John; Jacob, Taylor; Nicole, Velandia; Roger, Finnerty; Finnerty, John (2018-10-08)
    Mangroves are critical to the biodiversity and productivity of tropical ecosystems, and for this reason, they are part of the foundation for Belize’s Blue Economy. Despite their ecological and economic significance, mangroves ...

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