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National Science Foundation Directorate of Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
SBE 2020: White Papers
Titles, Authors, and Abstracts
February 2011

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Recommended citation: National Science Foundation, Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences. 2011. SBE 2020: White Papers;
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 The White Paper Abstracts ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Challenges for Social Sciences: Institutions and Economic Development ....................................................................................... 12 Advancing Ethical Research Across Disciplines .......................................................................................................................................... 12 Future Considerations for Archaeology at Altitude................................................................................................................................... 12 Pushing the Boundaries of Economics............................................................................................................................................................. 13 Multiple Skills, Multiple Types of Education, and the Labor Market: A Research Agenda ....................................................... 13 Endangered Languages and Linguistic Infrastructure ............................................................................................................................. 13 Where They Live: Community Media Centers as Hubs for Building Technological Literacy, Media Literacy, and Active Citizenship...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 How and Why Do Close Relationships Shape Human Behavior?......................................................................................................... 14 Grand Challenges in the Study of Employment and Technological Change.................................................................................... 15 National Communication Association's Response to Dear Colleague Letter.................................................................................. 15 Documenting Extant Cultural Collections: A Grand Challenge for the Social Sciences .............................................................. 15 Comments on Grand Challenges......................................................................................................................................................................... 16 SBE 2020: Twenty-first-Century Challenges and Opportunities for the Human Sciences....................................................... 16 Correcting the Mathematical Foundations of the Social and Economic Sciences......................................................................... 16 A Grand Challenge for Linguistics: Scaling Up and Integrating Models ............................................................................................ 17 A Proposal for Future SBE/NSF Funding: Refocusing Microeconomic Policy Research........................................................... 17 Researching Social Media in the 21st Century ............................................................................................................................................. 17 Migration, Multilingualism, and Minorities: New Challenges for the Linguistic Sciences ........................................................ 17 Melding Milk and Iron: The Affective Power of Pre-Colonial Science in Post-Colonial Africa................................................ 18 Social Technical Congruence: The Link Between Social Science and Technology ....................................................................... 18 White Paper for NSF Grand Challenges........................................................................................................................................................... 19 Robustness and Fragility of Markets: Research at the Interface of Economics and Computer Science ............................. 19 Semantic Typology as an Approach to Mapping the Nature-Nurture Divide in Cognition ...................................................... 19 SBE 2020: Quantitative Convergence of Lifespan Development, Neuroimaging, and Genetic Epidemiology................. 19 Complex, Heterogeneous Teams Solving 21st-Century Problems ....................................................................................................... 20 The Grand Challenge of Understanding Group Effectiveness................................................................................................................ 20 The Science of Team Science (SciTS): A Beacon for 21st-Century Scientific Collaboration...................................................... 20 Future NSF Economics Funding Priorities..................................................................................................................................................... 21 Teaching and Evaluation of Interdisciplinarity ........................................................................................................................................... 21 Expanding Multivariate Models.......................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Integrated Social Science: Exploring the Dark Matter of Human Cultures and Societies ......................................................... 22 Coupling Human System Data with Natural System Data: Laying a Foundation for Sustainability Science .................... 22 Improving Measures of Democracy and Governance ............................................................................................................................... 23
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Social and Political Dynamics under Intensifying Climate Change: Proposal for a Long-Term Data Collection Project ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23 Beyond Despair: Next Decade Research Strategies to Promote Health Equity among Racial and Ethnic Minorities.. 23 What Can Animal Cognition Contribute to Cognitive Science? ............................................................................................................. 24 Prescriptive Decision Research: an Interdisciplinary Extension of Normative And Descriptive Decision Theiry Integrated With Decision Aiding Experience................................................................................................................................................ 24 Knowledge Development for Mental Health of Older Adults ................................................................................................................ 25 Understanding Standards...................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Identifying the Biological Mechanisms Underlying Social Behavior.................................................................................................. 25 Documentation and Analysis of Endangered Languages, Cultures, and Knowledge Systems................................................ 26 Expanding Access to Administrative Data for Research in the United States ................................................................................ 26 Dirty Jobs: Fitting a Statistical Model to a Large Data Set with a Large Amount of Missing Data ......................................... 26 The Management and Organization Science Puzzle: Questions from a Metaphorical Comparison of Medicine and Management ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 27 Earth Stewardship: A Framework to Transform the Trajectory of Society’s Relationship to the Biosphere .................. 27 Prize Good Research!............................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 NSF White Paper: A Call for a Social Science of the Past.......................................................................................................................... 28 An Integrated Systems Approach to Building Healthy Communities ................................................................................................ 28 Predicting the Causes and Consequences of Human Migration ........................................................................................................... 28 The Relationship of American Values and Beliefs to 21st-Century Health Practice and Health Care Policy .................... 29 How Can We Harness Marketing Strategies to Stem the Epidemics of Obesity and Dietary-Related Chronic Diseases? ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Consumer Financial Behavior: Integrating Disciplines to Understand Fundamental Economic Activity at the Household Level ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29 Providing the Web of Social Science Knowledge for the Future: A Network of Social Science Data Collaboratories .. 30 The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship ......................................................................................... 30 Building Agency for Teachers and Students ................................................................................................................................................. 30 Analyzing Human Systems Across Time, Space, Language, and Culture.......................................................................................... 31 Information Technology: The Connective Tissue of Organizing .......................................................................................................... 31 Workforce Protection in Small Businesses.................................................................................................................................................... 31 Valuing the Commons: A Fundamental Challenge across Complex Systems ................................................................................ 32 Why Don’t People and Institutions Do What They Know They Should? .......................................................................................... 32 The Importance of Cultural Heritage to Future Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences ................. 32 A Challenge for the National Science Foundation: Broadening Black and Hispanic Participation in Basic Economics Research ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 33 Rethinking Life: Astrobiology and the Future of the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences ........................................ 33 Three Research Themes......................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 The Public Administration Genome Project.................................................................................................................................................. 34 New Paradigms in Native American Social and Behavioral Intervention Research ................................................................... 34 What About Social Equity: The Challenge to Urban Sustainability Planning ................................................................................. 34 A Research Agenda for Development Economics ....................................................................................................................................... 35 The Debt Society: College and Beyond ............................................................................................................................................................ 35
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Future Research in the Social, Behavioural, and Economic Sciences: Addressing Data Needs.............................................. 35 A Challenge Question: Understanding, Analysis, and Management of Catastrophic Risks ...................................................... 36 From District to Desktop: Making the Most of Broadband in Schools: A White Paper .............................................................. 36 From Paper to Pixel: Digital Textbooks in Schools: A White Paper .................................................................................................... 36 Using New Data Analysis Techniques to Understand Information Flows ....................................................................................... 37 Gender Analysis and Women’s Rights: A Critical Research Need........................................................................................................ 37 Network Theory and Application: Creating a Long Term Human Research (NSF LTHR) System........................................ 38 Questions about the Future of the International Economy.................................................................................................................... 38 Metrology for the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences .............................................................................................................. 38 Challenging Potentials of Technological mediated Knowledge Production ................................................................................... 39 Earth in Crisis? A Forward-Looking Agenda for Research on the Cultural Causes and Consequences of Climate Change 2010-2020 and Beyond ......................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Improving the Capability of SBE to Support Behavioral Research with Diverse Species through Shared Review in the Office of Multidisciplinary Activities ................................................................................................................................................................ 39 Using Longitudinal Data Systems to Reexamine Timeless Problems ................................................................................................ 40 Meeting National Needs through the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences ....................................................................... 40 Predictive Game Theory......................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 The Grand Challenges of Personality and Individual Differences for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Science.......... 41 The Impact of Global Connectedness on Urban Areas.............................................................................................................................. 41 Exploring Intergenerational Influences on First-Generation College Students ............................................................................ 41 Bridging Molecular and Paleontological Evidence for the Origin and Diversification of Major Primate Groups .......... 42 Corruption and State Fragility: A Call for a Micro-level Research Program ................................................................................... 42 Long-Range Research Priorities in Economics, Finance, and the Behavioral Sciences ............................................................. 42 Toward a New Generation of Tools and Technologies for Social Sciences: The Intertwined Role of the Humanities/Social Sciences and Engineering .............................................................................................................................................. 43 Bounded Rationality in Markets and Government..................................................................................................................................... 43 Defining and Redefining NSF Funding for Linguistics .............................................................................................................................. 43 SBE 2020: The Impact of the Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) in the Social, Behavioral and Economics Sciences.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 44 A Self-Organizing Ontology for Surveillance of Disease Outbreaks.................................................................................................... 44 The Economics of Digitization: An Agenda for NSF ................................................................................................................................... 44 The Web of Linked Data: Realizing the Potential for the Social Sciences ........................................................................................ 45 Using Historical GIS to Understand Space and Time In the Social, Behavioural, and Economic Sciences: A White Paper for the NSF ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Grand Challenges in Economics: What Is the Right Amount of Choice? ........................................................................................... 45 The Emerging Crisis in Sampling of Household Populations ................................................................................................................ 46 The Empathetic Youth Culture: Political Socialization, Value Affiliation, and Transnational Identity ............................... 46 A Synthesis Center for the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences............................................................................................. 46 Increasing the Contribution of Older Americans to the Economy ...................................................................................................... 47 Linguistic Theory as an Integral Part of SBE’s Vision for the Language Sciences ........................................................................ 47 Making Drill Down Analysis of the Economy a Reality ............................................................................................................................ 47
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Research Needed for Efficient Development and Evaluation of Methods for Transferring Diagnostic Practices to the Clinic ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47 Research to Understand and Improve the Exercise of Diagnostic Reasoning ............................................................................... 48 Modeling and Measuring Systemic Risk.......................................................................................................................................................... 48 Future Directions for Immigration Research ............................................................................................................................................... 48 Developing a Skills-based Agenda for New Human Capital Research ............................................................................................... 49 A Grand Challenge for SBE: Unlocking a New Cycle of Research for Human-Landscape Interactions ............................... 49 Understanding the Drivers and Dangers of Academic Status Seeking: Studying the Impacts of Embedded Disciplinary Cultures in a Networked Academy.......................................................................................................................................... 50 NSF/SBE Research for 2020 and Beyond: Enhancing Fundamental Knowledge and Benefits to Society ........................ 50 Making the Case for Contract Theory............................................................................................................................................................... 50 A Research Agenda for Understanding the Dynamics of Skill Formation........................................................................................ 51 Maximizing the Potential of Data Modern IT Tools, Best Practices, and Metadata Standards for SBE Sciences............ 51 Individual Differences and the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences.................................................................................... 51 Collective Intelligence ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 52 Comments from the Population Association of America: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 52 Understanding the Use, Experience, and Consequences of Time Allocation in a Rapidly Changing Social Environment ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 52 Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Cognitive Conditions and Tools ....................................................................................................... 53 Understanding Human Behavior at Large Scales through Mobile Devices ..................................................................................... 53 Some Compelling Broad-Gauged Research Questions in Economics................................................................................................. 53 Getting SBE Science Out There............................................................................................................................................................................ 54 Challenges in Econometrics.................................................................................................................................................................................. 54 Research Opportunities in the Study of Social and Economic Networks ......................................................................................... 54 The Vortex of Labor.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 54 Total Survey Error, Data Quality, and Statistical Error: Recommendations to the National Science Foundation’s Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Directorate for 2020 Planning .................................................................................... 55 Vigilant Interaction: Managing the Vulnerabilities in Online Knowledge Collaborations........................................................ 55 Understanding the Implications of Increased Lifestyle Diversity ....................................................................................................... 56 Toward an Analytics of Gender........................................................................................................................................................................... 56 A New Architecture for the U.S. National Accounts: A Grand Challenge for the National Science Foundation .............. 56 Measurement and Experimentation in the Social Sciences.................................................................................................................... 56 Scaling Down: Social and Economic Processes over time at a Local Scale in the U.S. ................................................................ 57 Application of Complexity Science to the Study of Social Systems ..................................................................................................... 57 A Framework for Researching Student Creativity in Game-based Learning Environments ................................................... 57 Urban Space with Instant and Ubiquitous Access Technologies ......................................................................................................... 58 Synthesis and Cyberinfrastructure for SBE Research............................................................................................................................... 58 White Paper Encouraging an Agenda for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences to Advance Measurement Serving Community Based Research................................................................................................................................................................ 58 Existing Specialty Schools as Leverage for Behavioral Sciences Research on Teaching and Learning in STEM Fields 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Epistemic Engineering ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 59 Effective Collaboration in a Complex and Interdependent Society .................................................................................................... 60 White Paper: Institutional Review Boards .................................................................................................................................................... 60 Implications of the Financial Crisis for the Grand Challenge Questions for the NSF/SBE ....................................................... 60 Modelling and Testing Human Interactions in the Laboratory and the Field ................................................................................ 61 Understanding Slow Onset Disaster in the Age of Climate Change..................................................................................................... 61 The Communicational Factors Underlying the Mental Disorders ....................................................................................................... 61 Transforming Science Studies through Collaborative Informatics Approaches and Infrastructure ................................... 62 Food (In)Security ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62 A Potential Agenda for SBE for 2020 and Beyond...................................................................................................................................... 62 Linking Biological and Social Sciences in SBE .............................................................................................................................................. 63 Inclusive Decision Making..................................................................................................................................................................................... 63 Virtual Model Validation for Economics ......................................................................................................................................................... 63 Transforming Economics, Social and Engineering Research to the Science of Disaster Resiliency and Recovery ....... 64 The Science of Research Synthesis: An Empirical Foundation for Future Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) White Paper on Applied Approaches to the Social and Behavioral Health Sciences: Response to the National Science Foundation Call for Recommendations on Future Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences.................................................................................................................................................... 65 SBE 2020: A Complete Theory of Human Behavior................................................................................................................................... 65 Spatial Inequality: A Research Agenda for the Social Sciences............................................................................................................. 65 A Reassessment of the Role of Offender Risk in Criminal Decision Making ................................................................................... 66 The Scientific Strategy of Conserving and Researching Existing Anthropological Museum Collections ........................... 66 Credibility Assessment Research....................................................................................................................................................................... 67 Identifying the Quaternary Period Record of Cosmic Impact and Exploring Its Implications for Past Human Biological and Sociocultural Evolution and Future Societal Response ............................................................................................. 67 Understanding the Mechanisms of the Mind through an Integrated Science of the Mind Initiative ................................... 67 Language and Interest in the Economy: A White Paper on "Humanomics" ................................................................................... 68 Future Research in the SBE Sciences: A View from Anthropology ..................................................................................................... 68 What Would Happen to the Human Sciences If We Took Seriously the Fact That Behavior Is Caused by Mental Mechanisms That Evolved to Execute Specific Functions?..................................................................................................................... 68 Diversity in the Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences.................................................................................................................... 69 Rethinking 21st-Century Urban Transformations: Race and the Ecology of Violence................................................................ 69 Moving Forward in Organizational Science .................................................................................................................................................. 70 Gender, Migration, and the Challenge of Global Policymaking for Social Care.............................................................................. 70 The Evolution of Natural Computation, Behavior, and Instinct, and the Need for Mathematical Modeling and Mathematical Literacy in the Social, Behavioral, Cognitive, and Economic Sciences ................................................................. 71 A New Household Panel for the U.S. ................................................................................................................................................................. 71 Economics, Climate, and Values: An Integrated Approach..................................................................................................................... 71 Complex, Global-Scale Security Challenges Require Enhanced Scientific Infrastructure......................................................... 72 What Power the Administrative State? ........................................................................................................................................................... 72
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Some Foundational and Transformative Grand Challenges for the Social and Behavioral Sciences: The Problem of Global Public Goods.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 72 Public Science: A Call ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 73 Understanding the Physics of the Mind: A Proposal for a Perceptual Science Initiative .......................................................... 73 Understanding the Impact of Nonlinear Dynamics on the Processes of Human Systems........................................................ 73 Complexity in Social Political and Economic Systems .............................................................................................................................. 74 Information and Technology: Improving Public Sector Capability to Address Societal Challenges .................................... 74 Sustainable Forestry and Holistic Analysis ................................................................................................................................................... 74 Networks of Action in Social Science Research ........................................................................................................................................... 75 The Role and Potential Impact of Social, Behavioral, and Economic Science Approaches to Networks in the First Half of the 21st Century: Grand Challenges of Substance and Methods..................................................................................................... 75 Data Driven Discovery in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences....................................................................................... 75 Research Opportunities: Financial Economics, Public Finance, Energy Markets, and an Aging Society ........................... 76 Discovering Human Brain Specializations ..................................................................................................................................................... 76 A Distributed Architecture for the Documentation of Language and Culture ............................................................................... 76 Enabling Game Science Research for Transforming Regional Economic Development Policy in United States of America for the Early 21st Century .................................................................................................................................................................. 77 Three Challenges for Macroeconomics ........................................................................................................................................................... 77 The Brain and Human Behavior: The Neuroscience/Social Science Nexus .................................................................................... 77 The Long Now: Revolutions in Knowledge Production and Exchange in the 21st Century and the Need for LargeScale, Long-Term Qualitative Research of Sociotechnical Systems .................................................................................................... 78 Transforming Education through Scientifically Rigorous Intervention Approaches: A Call for Innovations in the Science of Emotional Intelligence ...................................................................................................................................................................... 78 Evolving Research for the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences of NSF............................................................................... 79 A Research Agenda in Economic Diagnostics ............................................................................................................................................... 79 Three Challenges Facing Modern Macroeconomics .................................................................................................................................. 79 Insightfully Linking 21st-Century Learning to the 21st-Century Economy ...................................................................................... 79 Market Design: Understanding Markets Well Enough to Fix Them When They’re Broken .................................................... 80 Real-World Speech Recognition ......................................................................................................................................................................... 80 Parent Involvement and Kindergarten Readiness: An Approach for Success ............................................................................... 80 Understanding Learning in Organized Settings........................................................................................................................................... 81 Neuroplasticity, Meditation Training, and The New Mind ..................................................................................................................... 81 Future Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences ................................................................................................... 82 Future Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences with the Panel Study of Income Dynamics............ 82 The Creativity Initiative: An Interdisciplinary Science of Creativity and Innovation................................................................. 82 Sustainability of Social Systems by Suppleness........................................................................................................................................... 83 An Integrated Millennial and Centennial History for Our Present and Future.............................................................................. 83 Social/Behavioral Science or Psuedoscience?.............................................................................................................................................. 83 Hierarchical Knowledge Relations and Dynamics in the “Tower Of Babel”.................................................................................... 84 A Grand Challenge: Shaping the Government of the Information Age .............................................................................................. 84 Predictive Models for Political Instability 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Philosophy of Scientific Political Inquiry for the 21st Century: Five Questions in Search of Research.............................. 85 Studying Educational Design: The Underexplored Tipping Point....................................................................................................... 85 Long-Term Consequences of Modern Military Service ............................................................................................................................ 85 Transnational Research in the Social Sciences ............................................................................................................................................ 86 Speech Variation, Graded Competency, and Human Communication............................................................................................... 86 An Expanded Social Scientific Perspective on Urbanism ........................................................................................................................ 86 Contextualizing Social Science Data.................................................................................................................................................................. 87 On the Role of Linguistics in the Future of SBE in NSF............................................................................................................................. 87 Understanding Global Change: How Best to Organize Information? ................................................................................................. 87 Some Research Priorities in Environmental Economics ......................................................................................................................... 88 Compassion and the Prevention of Violence................................................................................................................................................. 88 The Role of Data and Analytical Methods in Public Discovery and Implementation.................................................................. 88 Towards a Scientific Understanding of Teaching ....................................................................................................................................... 88 Chinese Ways of Innovation and the Challenges of Understanding Research and Innovation in the 21st Century..... 89 Latino Gang Migration............................................................................................................................................................................................. 89 Risk Governance in a Non-Linear World ........................................................................................................................................................ 90 The Future of Governance and the Use of Advanced Information Technologies ......................................................................... 90 Understanding the Huge Variation in Performance between Plants and Firms in Narrowly Defined Industries......... 90 Clinical Trials in Economics.................................................................................................................................................................................. 91 Girl Spotting: The Performance of Female Identity in the Virtual Gaming Community of World of Warcraft................ 91 The Future of Indigenous Sovereignty ............................................................................................................................................................ 91 Widening the Net: Challenges for Gathering Linguistic Data in the Digital Age............................................................................ 92 Home Ecology: The Science of Environmental Justice.............................................................................................................................. 92 Integral Learning for Environmental Justice and Sustainability.......................................................................................................... 92 Building Cultural and Social Indicators of Regional Innovation Capacity ....................................................................................... 93 SBE Grand Challenge: Understanding the Complexity and Variability of Spoken and Signed Languages ........................ 93 Linguistics in the Twenty-first Century .......................................................................................................................................................... 93 Attention in the Digital Age................................................................................................................................................................................... 94 Energy Informatics ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 94 Grand Challenges for the Scientific Study of Aging .................................................................................................................................... 94 Making Science Publicly Effective...................................................................................................................................................................... 94 Beyond Essentialist Thinking .............................................................................................................................................................................. 95 The Relevance of Evolutionary Science for Economic Theory and Policy ....................................................................................... 95 Race in the 21st Century: Shifting Paradigms, Changing Conditions................................................................................................. 95 A Rationale for Funding Large Proof of Concept Proposals ................................................................................................................... 96 Sensitivity Analysis through mixed Gini and OLS regressions Paper submitted to the NSF ................................................... 96 Spatial Dynamics and CyberGIS for NSF SBE 2020 .................................................................................................................................... 96 Expanding 21st-Century Science Learning to Encompass Civic Reasoning on Science Issues................................................ 97 The Critical Geography of American Democracy: Tectonics of the Economic, Social, and Political..................................... 97
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SBE 2020: White Papers http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/sbe_2020 Game Change: The Challenge of Representative Survey Sampling Facing the Behavioral Social Sciences in the Decade to Come.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 98 From Barriers to Bridges: Turning Great Science into Effective Policy ............................................................................................ 98 Index of Authors and Contributors ........................................................................................................................................................................ 99
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