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(2015-Mar-06, 20:39:58)JayMan Wrote: [ -> ]There Are No Nonresponders to Resistance-Type Exercise Training in Older Men and Women

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/art...1015000729

Please and thank you. :)
Genetic and environmental influences on general cognitive ability: Is g a valid latent construct?

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/art...9614000099

Please and thank you. :)
(2015-Mar-13, 00:50:59)JayMan Wrote: [ -> ]Genetic and environmental influences on general cognitive ability: Is g a valid latent construct?

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/art...9614000099

Please and thank you. :)
Can someone find this paper?

Brues, A. M. (1992). “Forensic Diagnosis of Race—General Race vs Specific Populations”. Social Science & Medicine. 34. (January): 125–28.

Thanks.
(2015-Apr-04, 03:43:29)Chuck Wrote: [ -> ]Can someone find this paper?

Brues, A. M. (1992). “Forensic Diagnosis of Race—General Race vs Specific Populations”. Social Science & Medicine. 34. (January): 125–28.

Thanks.

I have heard about the hashtag (#) icanhazpdf that is used more or less widely in twitter. I have tried to request some papers using my twitter account. It never worked. At that time, when I looked at that link, my tweets never appeared, and other, more recent ones, were apparent :

https://twitter.com/hashtag/icanhazpdf

So, no one else can find my tweet and send me the article. Something must have been wrong either with my account or my tweets. I have emailed someone who knows twitter better than me, and here's the mail I got :

Quote:I think the main reason is that your account has low activity at this stage, check out this on the Quora website for an explanation: http://www.quora.com/Why-dont-my-tweets-...htag-feeds

I suggest you tweet some more, follow some more people and get engaged in the Twitter community, and then send out your #icanhazpdf requests :)

If you or someone else can request the paper for you by using twitter, you can hope to have it (although there is also some chance that no one can find it and you won't receive any replies).

Even if I have a twitter and facebook, I have created them only because when I have tried to download some stuff (pdf or data) before, I was sometimes asked to connect with a facebook or twitter account. I won't use facebook, but it's possible I will try to use twitter more, although I need to find the motivation.


EDIT : Forget what I said. It seems you have found the article after all.
If your email is not confirmed, others can't see your tweets I think.
Could someone get me this article?
(2015-Jul-18, 18:51:12)Dalliard Wrote: [ -> ]Could someone get me this article?

I don't seem to have access to this journal, sorry.
Does any one have access to SAGE, Wiley?
I can get you guys Sciencedirect, I have access to this outlet.
I have access to all major outlets. Multiple other persons that frequent this forum have as well. If you need something, just post in this thread.
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