• Crosstalk between microRNA and oxidative stress in physiology and pathology

      Fioravanti, A; Pirtoli, L; Giordano, A; Dotta, F; Giordano, Antonio|0000-0002-5959-016X (2020-02-01)
      <jats:p>MicroRNAs (miRNA), are short regulatory RNA molecules that regulate gene expression by binding specific sequences within target messenger RNA (mRNA) [...]</jats:p>
    • Editorial: Global Education of Health Management

      Evashwick, CJ; Aaronson, WE (2019-01-01)
    • Editorial: Modeling Play in Early Infant Development

      Shaw, P; Lee, M; Shen, Q; Hirsh-Pasek, K; Adolph, KE; Oudeyer, PY; Popp, J (2020-08-06)
    • Editorial: Obesity Science and Practice (Feb 2018)

      Sarwer, DB; Sarwer, David B|0000-0003-1033-5528 (2018-02-01)
    • Embodied cognition and STEM learning: overview of a topical collection in CR:PI

      Weisberg, SM; Newcombe, NS (2017-12-01)
      © 2017, The Author(s). Embodied learning approaches emphasize the use of action to support pedagogical goals. A specific version of embodied learning posits an action-to-abstraction transition supported by gesture, sketching, and analogical mapping. These tools seem to have special promise for bolstering learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, but existing efforts need further theoretical and empirical development. The topical collection in Cognitive Research: Principles includes articles aiming to formalize and test the effectiveness of embodied learning in STEM. The collection provides guideposts, staking out the terrain that should be surveyed before larger-scale efforts are undertaken. This introduction provides a broader context concerning mechanisms that can support embodied learning and make it especially well suited to the STEM disciplines.
    • Evolution and structure of proteins and proteomes

      Liberles, DA; Teufel, AI; Liberles, David A|0000-0003-3487-8826 (2018-12-01)
      <jats:p>This themed issue centered on the evolution and structure of proteins and proteomes is comprised of seven published manuscripts. [...]</jats:p>