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Incorporating neuroscience principles and techniques (such as fMRI) into research on the prevention of substance misuse and antisocial behavior may spur advances and innovations in this area.
Documents a research agenda that will give developing countries' governments and the donor community information they need to more effectively support SMEs that generate growth, create jobs, and, ultimately, reduce poverty.
Outlines five criteria that need to be considered when evaluating a data migration tool.
Details an approach for creating a viable design for a high-quality decentralized education system.
Describes the history and translational implications of an emerging public health problem, the abuse of synthetic cannabinoids, especially how legitimate research findings “hijacked” for illegitimate purposes can present health threats.
Documents the factors that were associated with a project's positive impact on Indonesian schools in terms of improving planning, community participation, and transparency.
Shows that when US racial and ethnic groups are separately compared with other countries, Asian and white students regularly perform at or near the top of international rankings, while black and Hispanic students typically rank at or near the bottom.
Reveals shortcomings of the traditional database normalization methods with respect to the prevention of common data anomalies, and offers practitioners useful techniques for improving data quality.
Provides the results of extensive research on local governance in Zimbabwe from May to June 2009.
Proposes strategies to ensure balance between partner priorities, avoid frustrations with divergent organizational cultures, and incorporate beneficiary participation to improve alignment of corporate social responsibility activities with development priorities.
A target-based model of efficient allocation of federal resources to the states for emergency preparedness
Develops a rational public finance framework for distributing federal money to states for protecting against terrorist attacks.