IORNS

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IORNSInventory of Offender Risk, Needs, and Strengths (self-assessment tool)
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Actively connecting scientists with resource labs, and helping resource labs keep their equipment optimally busy, is a model Iorns and cofounder Dan Knox have developed into a business, called Science Exchange.
I signed onto Science Exchange soon after it went live and Iorns immediately sent her project to my lab.
Starting with that first project together, Iorns and I have developed a collaboration that has resulted in multiple published papers.
But Iorns and Brian Nosek, a psychologist and one of Wilson's colleagues at the University of Virginia, are among those who think exact duplication can move research in the right direction.
Soon, Nosek and Iorns' Science Exchange teamed up to replicate 50 of the most important (defined as highly cited) cancer studies published between 2010 and 2012.
303, 311 (2002); Iorns argues that "even though the whole people may have a right of self-determination under the Declaration, a part of that whole may not have any separate right." Catherine J.
733, 740 (1995); Horowitz, supra note 13, at 63-67; Iorns, supra note 33, at 261; Patrick Thornberry, The Democratic or Internal Aspect of Self-Determination with Some Remarks on Federalism, in MODERN LAW OF SELF-DETERMINATION 101, 118 (Christian Tomuschat ed., 1993); Johan D.
Iorns, Indigenous Peoples and Self-Determination: Challenging State Sovereignty, 24 CASE W.