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    • Food Insecurity and Mental Health among Females in High-Income Countries 

      Maynard, Merryn; Andrade, Lesley; Packull-McCormick, Sara; Perlman, Christopher M.; Leos-Toro, Cesar; Kirkpatrick, Sharon I. (MDPI, 2018-07-06)
      Food insecurity is a persistent concern in high-income countries, and has been associated with poor mental health, particularly among females. We conducted a scoping review to characterize the state of the evidence on food ...
    • Food Literacy while Shopping: Motivating Informed Food Purchasing Behaviour with a Situated Gameful App 

      Bomfim, Marcela C.C.; Kirkpatrick, Sharon I.; Nacke, Lennart; Wallace, James R. (ACM, 2020-04-25)
      Establishing healthy eating patterns early in life is critical and has implications for lifelong health. Situated interventions are a promising approach to improve eating patterns. How- ever, HCI research has emphasized ...
    • Food security and contested agricultural trade norms 

      Clapp, Jennifer (Munk School of Global Affairs: Faculty of Law, 2015)
      Just as it is important to uncover the historical origins of specific norms that shape the trade regime, it is also helpful to examine how those norms are then translated into policy through contemporary rules and agreements. ...
    • Food security and food sovereignty: Getting past the binary 

      Clapp, Jennifer (Sage, 2014-07-01)
      The terms food security and food sovereignty originally emerged as separate terms to describe different things. The former is a concept that describes a condition regarding access to adequate food, while the latter is more ...
    • Food self-sufficiency: Making sense of it, and when it makes sense 

      Clapp, Jennifer (Elsevier, 2017-01)
      Food self-sufficiency gained increased attention in a number of countries in the wake of the 2007–08 international food crisis, as countries sought to buffer themselves from volatility on world food markets. Food ...
    • Food, health, and complexity: towards a conceptual understanding to guide collaborative public health action 

      Majowicz, Shannon; Meyer, Samantha B.; Graham, Julianne L.; Shaikh, Arshi; Elliott, Susan J.; Minaker, Leia M.; Scott, Steffanie; Laird, Brian; Kirkpatrick, Sharon I. (BioMed Central, 2016-06-08)
      Background: What we eat simultaneously impacts our exposure to pathogens, allergens, and contaminants, our nutritional status and body composition, our risks for and the progression of chronic diseases, and other outcomes. ...
    • Foot–ground contact modeling within human gait simulations: from Kelvin–Voigt to hyper-volumetric models 

      Sharif Shourijeh, Mohammad; McPhee, John (Springer, 2015-12)
      This study describes the development of a multibody foot–ground contact model consisting of spherical volumetric models for the surfaces of the foot. The developed model is two-dimensional and consists of two segments, the ...
    • Forced Convection From a Pair Of Spheres: A Three-Temperature Problem 

      Foroushani, Seyed Sepehr Mohaddes; Wright, John L.; Naylor, David (2015-05)
      Interaction of spherical particles in a fluid flow is important in combustion, chemical processes and air pollution. In this study, a recently developed technique for characterizing multi-temperature convective heat transfer ...
    • The Formation and Runoff of Condensate on a Vertical Glass Surface 

      Wright, John L.; Kansal, Vivek; Collins, Michael R. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 2014)
      An experimental study of condensate formation and runoff was performed by exposing a sheet of glass, cooled at its bottom edge, to an enclosure with a controlled environment. This arrangement mimics the indoor glass surface ...
    • Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosols by Germicidal Ultraviolet Light 

      Choi, Eureka; Tan, Zhongchao; Anderson, William A. (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2019-01-31)
      Ultraviolet (UV) light with a wavelength of 254 nm is known to be germicidal, and thus has been increasingly employed as a method of disinfection for indoor environments. Solar UV wavelengths (300 to 400 nm) are known to ...
    • Fossil fuel divestment strategies: Financial and carbon related consequences 

      Hunt, Chelsie; Weber, Olaf (Sage, 2018-03-19)
      Fossil fuel divestment is discussed controversially with regard to its financial consequences and its effect on decarbonizing the economy. Theory and empirical studies suggest arguments for both, financial underperformance ...
    • Four-coloring P6-free graphs 

      Chudnovsky, Maria; Spirkl, Sophie; Zhong, Mingxian (Association for Computing Machinery, 2019)
      In this paper we present a polynomial time algorithm for the 4-COLORING PROBLEM and the 4-PRECOLORING EXTENSION problem restricted to the class of graphs with no induced six-vertex path, thus proving a conjecture of Huang. ...
    • Fracture Characterization of Rolled Sheet Alloys in Shear Loading: Studies of Specimen Geometry, Anisotropy, and Rate Sensitivity 

      Abedini, Armin; Butcher, Clifford; Worswick, Michael J. (Springer, 2017-01-01)
      Two different shear sample geometries were employed to investigate the failure behaviour of two automotive alloy rolled sheets; a highly anisotropic magnesium alloy (ZEK100) and a relatively isotropic dual phase steel ...
    • Fracture mechanics based estimation of fatigue lives of laser welded joints 

      Goyal, Rakesh; Bogdanov, Sergey; El-zein, Mohamad; Glinka, Grzegorz (Elsevier, 2018-11-01)
      The conventional joining methods like resistance spot welding and arc welding have several challenges during joining of thin sheets of high strength steel materials. One of the main challenges is that application of these ...
    • A Framework and Taxonomy of Videogame Playing Preferences 

      Fortes Tondello, Gustavo; Wehbe, Rina Renee; Orji, Rita; Ribeiro, Giovanni; Nacke, Lennart (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017-10-15)
      Player preferences for different gaming styles or game elements has been a topic of interest in human-computer interaction for over a decade. However, current models suggested by the extant literature are generally based ...
    • A Framework for Analyzing Broadly Engaged Philosophy of Science 

      Plaisance, Kathryn S.; Elliott, Kevin C. (Cambridge University Press, 2022-01-01)
      Philosophers of science are increasingly interested in engaging with scientific communities, policy makers, and members of the public; however, the nature of this engagement has not been systematically examined. Instead ...
    • Friction and Adhesion of Microparticle Suspensions on Repellent Surfaces 

      Melayil, Kiran Raj; Misra, Sirshendu; Mitra, Sushanta K. (ACS, 2020-11-06)
      With the recent advancements in the development and application of repellent surfaces, both in air and under liquid medium, accurate characterization of repellence behavior is critical in understanding the mechanism behind ...
    • FrictionalMonolith: A Monolithic Optimization-based Approach for Granular Flow with Contact-Aware Rigid-Body Coupling 

      Takahashi, Tetsuya; Batty, Christopher (Association for Computing Machinery, 2021)
      We propose FrictionalMonolith, a monolithic pressure-friction-contact solver for more accurately, robustly, and efficiently simulating two-way interactions of rigid bodies with continuum granular materials or inviscid ...
    • From Coast to Coast: Canadian Collaboration in a Changing RDM Seascape 

      Sewerin, Cristina; Barsky, Eugene; Dearborn, Dylanne; Henshilwood, Angela; Hwang, Christina; Keys, Sandra; Mitchell, Marjorie; Spence, Michelle; Szigeti, Kathy; Zaraiskaya, Tatiana (2016-06-06)
      There is power in collaboration. With academic institutions across Canada preparing for possible changes in funding requirements around sharing and preserving data and the submission of data management plans, librarians ...
    • From eye to face: The impact of face outline, feature number, and feature saliency on the early neural response to faces 

      Parkington, Karisa B.; Itier, Roxane J. (Elsevier, 2019-11-01)
      The LIFTED model of early face perception postulates that the face-sensitive N170 event-related potential may reflect underlying neural inhibition mechanisms which serve to regulate holistic and featural processing. It ...


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