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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data632
Dataset. 2023

PHOENICIAN POTTERY IN SANT JAUME (ALCANAR, CATALONIA)

  • Buxeda Garrigos, Jaume
  • Miguel Gascón, Eva
These data correspond to the chemical and mineralogical analyses conducted on a sample of 58 individuals of wheel-thrown pottery that has been analysed by X-ray fluorescence (XRF), and X-ray diffraction (XRD). These analyses were conducted in the frame of an archaeometric project to characterise the provenance and technology of these ceramics recovered at the settlement of Sant Jaume (Alcanar, Catalonia). Sant Jaume is one of the most important reception sites of the Phoenician pottery imports in the NE Iberian Peninsula during the Early Iron Age (800-550 BC) and reflects the trade from the western Phoenician colonies of Southern Andalusia and Ibiza, though the origin of most ceramics remains to be determined.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data633
Dataset. 2021

DATASET ABOUT THE SPANISH ACADEMIC LIBRARIES’ PERCEPTIONS OF OPEN SCIENCE. DRIVERS AND BARRIERS, LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE AND TRAINING

  • Santos Hermosa, Gema
  • Boté-Vericad, Juan-José
This data set is made up of the data collected in two files ( odt., with the survey instrument and csv., with the responses to this survey) to carry out the analysis of the perceptions of Spanish academic libraries on Open Science; specifically regarding the drivers and barriers, the level of knowledge and training

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data634
Dataset. 2023

RELIABILITY COEFFICIENTS FROM THE INVENTORY OF LEARNING PATTERNS OF STUDENTS (ILS)

  • Ciraso-Calí, Anna
  • Martínez-Fernández, J. Reinaldo
  • García-Ravidá, Laura B.
  • Vega-Martínez, Antonio
  • Quesada-Pallarès, Carla
  • Vermunt, Jan D.

Reliability coefficients of the Inventory of Learning patterns of Students (ILS; Vermunt, 1998), retrieved from articles and research reports of studies that met the eligibility criteria detailed in the prospective register:

Anna Ciraso-Calí, J. Reinaldo Martínez-Fernández, Laura García Ravidà, Antonio Vega Martínez, Carla Quesada-Pallarès, Jan D. Vermunt. Reliability generalization of Vermunt’s Inventory of Learning Patterns: a meta-analysis of alpha coefficients. PROSPERO 2021 CRD42021239103 Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42021239103

It contains variables that describe each study, and all the available alpha coefficients for each subscale (with the corresponding information about number of item for each subscale).
It is intented to be useful for reliability generalization studies (meta-analysis of alpha coefficients).


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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data635
Dataset. 2023

FOOD CRAVING-LIKE EPISODES DURING PREGNANCY ARE MEDIATED BY ACCUMBAL DOPAMINERGIC CIRCUITS

  • Haddad-Tóvolli, Roberta
  • Claret, Marc
Food cravings for high-palatable foods are highly prevalent during pregnancy and contribute to the maintenance and development of gestational overweight and obesity. However, the neurobiology and molecular mechanisms underlying this distinct ingestive behavior remain unknown. We have shown that mice, similar to humans, also experience gestational food craving-like episodes. These are associated with a functional brain connectivity reorganization affecting key components of the dopaminergic mesolimbic circuitry. Pregnancy engages a dynamic modulation of dopaminergic signaling through dopamine receptor type 2 (D2R) neurons of the nucleus accumbens, which directly modulate food craving-like events. Importantly, persistent maternal food craving-like behavior has intergenerational effects thus deteriorating offspring neuropsychological and metabolic health. Our results reveal the cognitively motivated nature of pregnancy food cravings and advocates for moderating emotional eating during gestation.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data636
Dataset. 2023

FOUR THESAURUS BRAND PERSONALITY DICTIONARIES

  • Hassan, Mohamed Abdalla Elsayed
  • Zerva, Konstantina
  • Aulet Serrallonga, Sílvia

This study presents a new BP dictionary that aiding in including most of the items that may be of prominent relevancy to various studies and still within the five personality categories of Aaker’s (1997) five dimensions, namely the 'Four Thesaurus Dictionaries'.

This study established a new dictionary parallel and similar to Pitt’s dictionary by the use of four online dictionaries: 'Power Thesaurus' (www.powerthesaurus.org), 'OneLook Thesaurus' (www.onelook.com/thesaurus), 'Thesaurus Dictionary' (www.thesaurus.com), and 'Merriam Webster' (www.merriam-webster.com). The main idea here is that each dictionary may include more unique words, so using four sources aids in expanding the number of synonyms. The four online dictionaries were selected due to the fact that they arranged the synonyms of specific keywords based on their level of similarity, thus they are prominent in providing similarity rankings for the target keywords. This four-dictionary ranking of keywords was beneficial when extracting synonyms for Aaker’s items as each synonym is colour coded according to where is ranked in relation to a specific keyword. By colour-coding the keyword, it can then be placed in Aaker’s five dimensions according to its relevance. These dictionaries were coloured to show that the closer the similarity to one of the 42 traits in Aaker, the darker the colour. The colour code technique way is inspired by the way Thesaurus and OneLook dictionaries prioritize the degree of similarity between synonyms. An example can be found in the following URLs accessed on 25 May 2021: www.thesaurus.com/browse/unique; www.onelook.com/thesaurus/?s=unique. therefore, this technique aided in constructing four dictionaries (hereafter: 4-Thesaurus BP dictionaries), and their entire set of adjectives was classified according to the degree of relevance to one of the 42 traits within the five personality categories. Furthermore, From psychology studies, 18,337 non-redundant personality items were collected from Goldberg (1982), Saucier (1997), Norman (1963), and Allport and Odbert (1936) hereafter called psychology dictionaries. Allport and Odbert (1936) are the first to hypothesise that personality inhabits natural language terms, and their dictionary figures prominently in the development of the Big Five (Caprara, Barbaranelli, and Guido 2001). Therefore, The use of these psychology dictionaries aids in filter the Four Thesaurus dictionaries and keeping items that were agreed with psychology studies, which means that they were checked previously for their validation. To notify, in addition to the three psychology studies’ items used first by Fischer et al. (2020), this study also used 2,800 items from Norman (1967), who refined and structured the Allport traits. This technique enables this study to provide the Updated Thesaurus Dictionaries.


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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data637
Dataset. 2023

RELACIÓN DE LOS FACTORES IDENTIFICADOS, CLASIFICADOS SEGÚN LOS DOS EJES: CONCEPTUAL (COLUMNAS) Y ORIGEN (FILAS)

  • Cos del Cacho, Adrià
  • Llausàs i Pascual, Albert
  • Ribas Palom, Anna
Supplementary material of the article submitted to the magazine 'Documents d'Anàlisi Geogràfica' (eISSN 2014-4512) pending to be accepted for publication. Is a summary table with the relationship of the factors identified by the research, classified according to the two axes: conceptual (columns) and origin (rows). A total of 55 factors are pointed out that, according to the scientific literature, can influence the degree of adaptive action in the face of the effects of climate change by administrations at the local scale, Material complementario de un artículo enviado a la revista "Documents d'Anàlisi geogràfica" (eISSN 2014-4512) pendiente de acceptación para ser publicado. Se trata de una tabla de síntesis con la relación de los factores identificados por la investigación, clasificados según los dos ejes: conceptual (columnas) y origen (filas). Se apunta un total de 55 factores que, según la literatura científica, pueden influir sobre el grado de acción adaptativa ante los efectos del cambio climático por parte de administraciones a la escala local, Material complementari de un article enviat a la revista "Documents d'Anàlisi Geogràfica" (EISSN 2014-4512) pendent d'acceptació per publicar. Es tracta d'una taula de síntesi amb la relació dels factors identificats per la investigació, classificats segons els dos eixos: conceptual (columnes) i origen (files). S'hi apunten un total de 55 factors que, segons la literatura científica, poden influir sobre el grau d'acció adaptativa davant dels efectes del canvi climàtic per part d'administracions a l'escala local

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data638
Dataset. 2021

GEMSTONE NETWORKS IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE, ACCORDING TO PLINY THE ELDER'S VISION

  • Pèrez González, Jordi

The data in general are gemstones consumed in Roman markets and featured in book 37 of Pliny's Natural History.

The data are the result of cleaning processes of the data. These cleaned and processed data have served to elaborate the graphs of networks of precious stones in the Roman Empire, according to the vision of Pliny the Elder


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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data639
Dataset. 2020

REPLICATION DATA FOR: UNA ACTIVIDAD DE COMPRENSIÓN LECTORA Y DE MODELIZACIÓN MATEMÀTICA EN EDUCACIÓN PRIMARIA CON DATOS AUTÉNTICOS DE LA COVID-19

  • Trelles Zambrano, César Augusto
  • Toalongo Guamba, Ximena Patricia
  • Alsina, Àngel

Activitat didàctica de comprensió lectora i de modelització matemàtica per alumnes de sisè curs d'educació primària (11-12 anys). L'activitat consisteix en dues pràctiques: una, de comprensió lectora d'un article de premsa relacionat amb la COVID-19, limitada en respondre quatre preguntes de comprensió que es formulen sobre el text, i una segona, basada en una activitat de modelització matemàtica, on es planteja una situació fictícia (el cas de Catalunya), però treballant amb dades reals sobre la COVID-19. Els alumnes han d'establir un mètode per pronosticar quin serà el nombre de casos contagiats i de defuncions a Catalunya a finals de juny, a partir de les dades reals sobre la COVID-19 a Catalunya des del 24-02-2020 al 03-06-2020, recollides en una taula. L' activitat persegueix objectius d'ensenyament-aprenentatge


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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data63
Dataset. 2021

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA OF: ENDOGENOUS TEMPORAL ATTENTION EMERGES IN THE SECOND YEAR OF LIFE

  • Martínez Álvarez, Anna
  • Pons Gimeno, Ferran
  • Diego Balaguer, Ruth de
Dades obtingudes en assajos on es presenta una pista audiovisual associada a un esdeveniment futur ('target') que apareix a la dreta o a l'esquerra de la pantalla, després d'un interval de temps curt o llarg, segons la pista. Els assajos estan codificats de tal manera que es pot saber què ha vist cada particpant en cada un dels assajos (pista E= Elmo / pista G = Big Birg; S = Slow (4 sec interval) / F = Fast (2 sec interval); R = Right (right location) / L = Left (left location). Per tots els participants es va associaciar E/S i G/F. L'associació d'espai (R-L) i temps (S-F) es va contrabalancejar entre els participants. Dades generades amb raw data eye tracking system (Tobii). Els arxius contenen informació de l'edat dels participants per poder separar els dos grups (12 mesos i 15 mesos), codi del participant i una inicial (per a comprovacions internes).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data640
Dataset. 2023

SUMMARY OF TWITTER ACTIVITY AND INTERACTIONS BY TEACHER AND STUDENTS

  • Llausàs i Pascual, Albert
The dataset contains two data sheets, summarizing the results of a class activity involving the use of Twitter to share information and to learn. Table S1 is a summary of the tweets produced by user GeoHumana_UV (teacher/subject account) between 2020-09-16 and 2020-12-15, plus interactions recorded for each tweet (including number of impressions, URL clicks, likes, retweets and replies). All data provided by Twitter Analytics. Table S2 is a summary of student activity related to the class activity for the same period of time. It includes anonymized data on tweeting activity, level of interaction, performance and self-assessment by each participating student. Data provided by Twitter Analytics and the participants

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