Even for the environment, context matters! States, households, and residential energy consumption. This study adopts a multi-level approach to examine the extent to which state- and household-level factors shape residential energy consumption in the United States, focusing on efficiency improvement and affluence.
Living in skipped generation households and happiness among middle-aged and older grandparents in China. This study examines whether living in skipped-generation households (SGHs) is prospectively linked to happiness among middle-aged and older grandparents in China and explores the moderating effects of age, gender, education, income and rural-urban status on this link.
Police perception of citizens and its impact on police effectiveness and behavior: A cross-cultural comparison between China and Ghana. The purpose of this paper is to examine the similarities and differences in police officers’ attitudes toward citizens between China and Ghana, and explore the extent to which officers’ perceptions of citizens influence their effectiveness and behavior.
Pathway-based polygene risk for severe depression implicates drug metabolism in CONVERGE. The Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC) has made major advances in the molecular etiology of MDD, confirming that MDD is highly polygenic.
The Rise of the Madre Abnegada (Selfless Mother): Sara García and the National Maternal. Hailed by fans and critics as “Mexico’s Mother,” and later “Mexico’s Grandmother,” the actor Sara García exemplified the sentimental attributes associated with notions of womanhood.