Guttmacher Policy Review. Dec 1, 2018, Vol. 21, p1, 7 p.
United States. Agency for International Development -- Political activity, United States. Department of State -- Political activity, United Nations. Population Fund -- Political activity, United Nations. Population Fund -- Political aspects, Family planning -- Political aspects, Children -- Health aspects, and Children -- Political aspects
The United States has long served a critical leadership role in advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights around the world. (1) The Trump administration--supported by social conservatives in Congress--has [...]
Surgical Endoscopy. April 2018, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p50, 17 p.
Video recordings -- Exhibitions, Physicians, Endoscopy, and Medical societies
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Surgical Endoscopy. April 2018, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p1, 44 p.
Physicians, Medical societies, and Endoscopy
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Critchfield, Thomas S., Reed, Derek D., and Jarmolowicz, David P.
The Psychological Record. March 2015, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p161, 16 p.
United States. Congress -- Powers and duties and Legislation
The United States Congress is constitutionally charged with producing legislation that frames the nation's legal, regulatory, policy, and economic agendas (Murphy and Danielson 1977). Its productivity is measured partially in [...] The number of new laws produced by the United States Congress has declined in recent years, with the 2013 Congress yielding the fewest new laws ever. A formerly reliable pattern, in which law production was concentrated near the end of an annual session, appears to be vanishing. Drawing upon archival data sources and political commentary, we examine some possible shifts in reinforcement contingencies that may contribute to these changes. Our analysis suggests that the two types of changes in law production began at different points in time and may have different origins. We conclude with comments on the value of conducting empirically informed behavioral analyses of complex, everyday phenomena for which no experiments are possible. Keywords United States Congress Bill passing Concurrent schedules * Fixed interval schedule * Scallop * Response effort
Science. August 9, 2019, Vol. 365 Issue 6453, p531, 1 p.
Universities and colleges -- Political aspects, Universities and colleges -- Safety and security measures, Bills, Legislative -- Political aspects, and Bills, Legislative -- Safety and security measures
Fayyadh, Mohammed J. Al, Rawlings, Jeremy A., Willis, Ross E., Falcone, John L., Stewart, Ronald M., and Dent, Daniel L.
The American Journal of Surgery. Dec 2016, Vol. 212 Issue 6, p1243, 5 p.
Medical colleges -- Comparative analysis, Medical colleges -- Political aspects, Surgery -- Comparative analysis, and Surgery -- Political aspects
Our aim was to study pass rates of the American Board of Surgery (ABS) examinations for examinees from programs in the Southwestern Surgical Congress (SWSC) compared with the rest of the United States (Non-SWSC).