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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Miccoli, Laura; Delgado Rodríguez, Rafael Francisco; Guerra Muñoz, Pedro María; Versace, Francesco; Rodríguez Ruiz, Sonia; Fernández-Santaella Santiago, Carmen;
    Publisher: Editorial de la Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Recently, several sets of standardized food pictures have been created, supplying both food images and their subjective evaluations. However, to date only the OLAF (Open Library of Affective Foods), a set of food images and ratings we developed in adolescents, has the specific purpose of studying emotions toward food. Moreover, some researchers have argued that food evaluations are not valid across individuals and groups, unless feelings toward food cues are compared with feelings toward intense experiences unrelated to food, that serve as benchmarks. Therefore the OLAF presented here, comprising a set of original food images and a group of standardized highly emotional pictures, is intended to provide valid between-group judgments in adults. Emotional images (erotica, mutilations, and neutrals from the International Affective Picture System/IAPS) additionally ensure that the affective ratings are consistent with emotion research. The OLAF depicts high-calorie sweet and savory foods and low-calorie fruits and vegetables, portraying foods within natural scenes matching the IAPS features. An adult sample evaluated both food and affective pictures in terms of pleasure, arousal, dominance, and food craving, following standardized affective rating procedures. The affective ratings for the emotional pictures corroborated previous findings, thus confirming the reliability of evaluations for the food images. Among the OLAF images, high-calorie sweet and savory foods elicited the greatest pleasure, although they elicited, as expected, less arousal than erotica. The observed patterns were consistent with research on emotions and confirmed the reliability of OLAF evaluations. The OLAF and affective pictures constitute a sound methodology to investigate emotions toward food within a wider motivational framework. Hum-388 Research Group/Grupo de Investigación "Psicofisiología Humana y Salud"

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Martín-Vivaldi Martínez, Manuel Lorenzo;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Datos complementarios del artículo: “Acquisition of Uropygial Gland Microbiome by Hoopoe Nestlings” publicado en Microbial Ecology (ISSN:0095-3628). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-017-1125-5

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Herrero Solana, Víctor; Arboledas Márquez, Luis Leonardo; Legerén-Álvarez, Elisa;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Dataset contains 613 news of CanalUGR (University of Granada Communication Office) tracked on the main online news aggregators (Google News, Yahoo! News and Bing News). We include: number in CanalUGR, media, country, type.

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Herrero-Solana, Víctor; Trillo-Domínguez;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Excel file with a list of 116 spanish journalists Twitter accounts. All of them are director of mass media (newspaper, radio, TV, et.al). We include: director name, media name, account name, numbers of tweets, number of followings, number of followers, ratio, et.al. This data is both for directors and media accounts. Extracted from Twitter on June 2013.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Casado Aranda, Luis Alberto; Sánchez Fernández, Juan; Van der Laan, Nynke L.;
    Publisher: Elsevier
    Country: Spain
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Salinas Extremera, Alfonso; Rodríguez Camacho, Jesús; Fornieles Callejón, Jesús Francisco; Porti Durán, Jorge Andrés; Carrión Pérez, María del Carmen; Toledo Redondo, Sergio;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Dataset of the paper "On the need of a unified methodology for processing Schumann resonance measurements" published in JGR Atmospheres.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ferrer Luque, Carmen María; Solana, Carmen; Aguado, Beatriz; Baca García, María Pilar; Ruiz Linares, Matilde;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Dos bases de datos de donde se obtienen los resultados de un artículo de investigación

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Casado Aranda, Luis Alberto; Sánchez Fernández, Juan; Luque Martínez, Teodoro;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Replication Data for: Modulating the Neural Bases of Political Communications: Political Involvement and Perception of the Economic Situation

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Mazuecos Aguilera, Ismael; Suárez Santiago, Víctor;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    Supplementary Tables 3-6, 8-10: Table S3. Trinotate annotation report for Dactylicapnos torulosa. Annotation through blastx and blastp for predict transcript against Swissprot database. Table S4. Trinotate annotation report for Fumaria bracteosa. Annotation through blastx and blastp for predict transcript against Swissprot database. Table S5. Trinotate annotation report for Roemeria refracta. Annotation through blastx and blastp for predict transcript against Swissprot database. Table S6. Eschscholzia californica annotation through blastx against Swissprot database for transcripome transcript aligned to reference. Qseqid, query or source (e.g., gene) sequence id; seqid, subject or target (e.g., reference genome) sequence id; pident, percentage of identical matches; length, alignment length (sequence overlap); mismatch, number of mismatches; gapopen, number of gap openings; qstart, start of alignment in query; qend, end of alignment in query; sstart, start of alignment in subject; send, end of alignment in subject; evalue, expect value; bitscore, bit score. Table S8. Transcripts annotated as transcription factor through PlantTFDB. Table S9. Genes differentially expressed between colpate and porate species. Annotation through BLASTX searching against the SwissProt Database. Table S10. Functional classification of differentially expressed genes (DEGs) between colpate and porate species using Blast2GO software. Sheet 1, Blast2GO output file with annotations and functional classification for each DEG. Sheet2, summary of the number of DEGs for each functional annotation within the three different functional categories, note that each DEG can have several annotation possibilities.

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Godoy, Amanda; Rojo, Araceli; Delgado Márquez, Blanca Luisa; Martín, José J; Sánchez Martínez, María Teresa; López Del Amo González, María Del Puerto;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain

    With the goal to analyze how socio-economic status and per capita public health expenditure are associated to perceived health among the Spanish population between the years 2014 and 2017, longitudinal microdata files from the Survey on Living Conditions were analyzed. It comprises 17,027 individuals aged between 16 and 60, and 41,111 observations. Per capita public health expenditure was extracted from the Public Health Expenditure Statistical Report published by the Spanish Ministry of Health (Estadística de Gasto Sanitario Público) This work was supported by the Health Department of the Regional Andalusian Govern-ment (2017–2019) under Grant PI-0457-2016.

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