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  • Bank of America previously self-reported possible wrongdoing to antitrust regulators at the Justice Department and in 2007 the agency granted the bank protection from criminal prosecution in exchange for its cooperation.

    UBS to Pay $160 Million to Settle Muni Bid-Rig Case

  • Waukesha - A judge who gave a drug dealer credit for his self-reported POW status in Vietnam has ordered the man back into court after prisoner-of-war groups said Monday the man was a fraud.

    Ary Jones

  • Interestingly, we find that on certain outcomes, such as happiness and self-reported health, Atheists report doing as well as those who have religious profiles that mix strong beliefs with frequent practice and a high importance placed on religion.

    Lisa D. Pearce: What Being Religious Really Means To Young People

  • Seligman describes several exercises that are easy to do and result in a significant and lasting effect on people's self-reported sense of well-being.

    Dennis Whittle: Happy Is as Happy Does

  • Caveat: Cardiovascular disease was self-reported by workers based on a physician's diagnosis so misclassification of specific conditions was possible.

    A Videogame for Arachnophobes

  • Dietary information was self-reported on questionnaires and errors are possible.

    A Videogame for Arachnophobes

  • Figure 10.7 self-reported happiness and life satisfaction, Russia, 1990–2006

    The Return

  • Smaller studies that used self-reported information have identified sedentary behavior as a unique risk factor for cardiovascular disease and premature death.

    Getting Closer to the Root of What Causes Baldness

  • The number of "regular cyclists" has been counted in such silly, self-reported ways as to be useless for analysis. for example, one study counted * commuters on the Hawthorne Bridge* as its main data source.

    As Tom McCall said... sort of... (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • None of this helps prevent an unwise wager outside a tournament context, based on the self-reported handicap of a friendly, inept-seeming player who maybe wants to play for a little something at the local muni.

    Fighting Back Against Sandbaggers

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