Defensive back

In gridiron football, defensive backs are the players on the defensive team who take positions somewhat back from the line of scrimmage. The defensive backs, in turn are classified into several different specialized positions: Safety: Free safety – most the deepest safety Strong safety – the bigger, more physical safety, much like a small, quicker linebacker Defensive halfback Cornerback – which include: Nickelback – the fifth defensive back in some sets, such as the nickel formation Dimeback – the sixth defensive back in some sets, such as the dime formation The seventh defensive back, in the exceedingly rare "quarter" set, but strong known as a dollar back or a quarter back The group of defensive backs is known collectively as the secondary, they most defend the wide receiver corps. American football positions

Patricia A. Berglund

Patricia A. Berglund is a researcher at the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research, she was included in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Clarivate Analytics lists of "highly cited researchers" in the fields of psychiatry and psychology. She is an advocate for the expansion of screening and improvement in treatment quality for major depressive disorder, arguing that failure to make prompt initial treatment contact is a pervasive shortcoming of mental health care in the United States. Berglund's hometown is Waukesha and she earned a BA in Music from Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in 1988. Before joining the University of Michigan in 1993, she worked as a tennis teacher and research analyst. Berglund has authored or co-authored several books and publications and is an instructor for courses in data analysis and SAS software, her research focuses on mental health using national and global mental health surveys such as Monitoring the Future, the National Comorbidity Survey, the World Mental Health survey initiative.

The SAS Institute has awarded her its Best Contributed Paper title in Data Analysis. Journal articlesBerglund, Patricia. "Trends in Suicide Ideation, Plans and Attempts in the United States, 1990-1992 to 2001-2003". JAMA. 293: 2487–2495. Doi:10.1001/jama.293.20.2487. PMID 15914749. Kessler. "The epidemiology of major depressive disorder: results from the National Comorbidity Survey Replication". JAMA. 289: 3095–105. Doi:10.1001/jama.289.23.3095. PMID 12813115. Kessler, R. C.. C.. "The Effects of Copayments on Medication Adherence During the First Two Years of Prescription Drug Treatment". Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 49: 597–609. Doi:10.1097/JOM.0b013e318057772b. PMID 17563602. Uebelacker, L. A.. C.. "Clinical differences among patients treated for mental health problems in general medical and specialty mental health settings in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication". General Hospital Psychiatry. 28: 387–395. Doi:10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2006.05.001. PMC 2694036. PMID 16950373. Wang, P. S..

C.. "Failure and Delay in Initial Treatment Contact After First Onset of Mental Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication". Archives of General Psychiatry. 62: 603–13. Doi:10.1001/archpsyc.62.6.603. PMID 15939838. Kessler, R. C.. E.. "Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication". Archives of General Psychiatry. 62: 593–602. Doi:10.1001/archpsyc.62.6.593. PMID 15939837. Kessler, R. C.. "The US National Comorbidity Survey Replication: Design and field procedures". International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. 13: 69–92. Doi:10.1002/mpr.167. Hdl:2027.42/34222. PMC 6878537. PMID 15297905. Kessler, R. C.. E.. "Mild Disorders Should Not Be Eliminated from the DSM-V". Archives of General Psychiatry. 60: 1117–22. Doi:10.1001/archpsyc.60.11.1117. PMID 14609887. Kessler, R. C.. "The World Health Organization Health and Work Performance Questionnaire". Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 45: 156–174. Doi:10.1097/01.jom.0000052967.43131.51.

PMID 12625231. Andrade, L.. U.. "The epidemiology of major depressive episodes: Results from the International Consortium of Psychiatric Epidemiology surveys". International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. 12: 3–21. Doi:10.1002/mpr.138. Hdl:2027.42/34221. PMC 6878531. PMID 12830306. Wang, P. S.. C.. "Chronic Medical Conditions and Work Performance in the Health and Work Performance Questionnaire Calibration Surveys". Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 45: 1303–1311. Doi:10.1097/01.jom.0000100200.90573.df. PMID 14665817. Almeida, David M.. "Pollen and mold exposure impairs the work performance of employees with allergic rhinitis". Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. 87: 289–295. Doi:10.1016/S1081-120662242-9. PMID 11686420. Wang, P. S.. C.. "Recent care of common mental disorders in the united states". Journal of General Internal Medicine. 15: 284–292. Doi:10.1046/j.1525-1497.2000.9908044.x. PMC 1495452. PMID 10840263. Books"Multiple Imputation of Missing Data Using SAS" ISBN 978-1-61290-452-8 "Applied Survey Data Analysis" co-author with Steven G. Heeringa and Brady T. West.

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David Haberfeld

David Haberfeld is an Australian electronic dance music producer, performer, DJ and educator. Best known for his productions and live performances as Honeysmack, he is a proponent of acid house and techno music styles. During his studies at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in media arts, Haberfeld began experimenting with electronic dance music. Soon he was collaborating with electronic composer Phillip Samartzis under the name Hysterical Systems, their 5-track EP was released in 1993/94 by UK dance label Kickin' Records. In 1994, Haberfeld started Smelly Records. Initial releases included his Pura project, a hard-acid outfit called Graham Mono; the first full-length release was the Smelly Records Compilation CD in 1996. As Honeysmack, he released his first full length artist album, Honeysmack Live, a collection of live recordings taken from performances at underground clubs in Australia such as Club Filter Melbourne. Along with his performances as a live electronic dance music artist during the mid 1990s, Haberfeld gained respect with rock audiences with his punk approach and attitude as Honeysmack.

Intersecting the genres of rock and dance, he soon become a fixture at popular Australian rock events and festivals, including Big Day Out, Falls Festival, Meredith Music Festival and to a large extent at dance music festivals and events. In 1999, Honeysmack's song "Walk On Acid"—which sampled the melody from Burt Bacharach's "Walk On By"—became a popular hit; the song was a nominee for the Best Dance Artist Release at the Australian Recording Industry Association ARIA Music Awards of 1999. The video accompanying the single was the source of some controversy after being withdrawn due to legal action brought on by the Coca Cola Company, which objected to one of their vending machines appearing behind a scantily dressed dancer. "Walk on Acid" featured on Honeysmack's studio album Flick Bubble in 1999. "Walk On Acid" was listed in The 100 Greatest Australian Dance Tracks Of All Time in 2015. In 2002, it was announced that he would perform as a supporting act on Britney Spears' Australian tour to promote her album Britney and the film Crossroads.

Haberfeld combines the musical influences of punk, early hip-hop, kraut rock and synthpop. He studied under Philip Brophy at RMIT; as an example of contemporary Australian electronic music, Haberfeld's work was exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in September of the same year. He and Antonio Celestino formed the DJ duo Acid Jacks in 2004. Acid Jacks were ranked in the top 50 DJs in Australia by popular vote in 2007 and 2008; the pair presented a different twist on the fidget house genres. As part of Acid Jacks and Celestino founded the record label Idiot House. In 2009, Haberfeld parted ways with Acid Jacks and Idiot House to return to his productions as Honeysmack. Haberfeld formed a new techno and acid house label, Hand Made Acid, in 2010. David Haberfeld holds a Master of Arts in Media Arts from RMIT, a Postgraduate Diploma in Music Technology from La Trobe University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Media Arts from RMIT, he is completing a PhD in music composition at Monash University and lectures in the Bachelor of Music at The University of Melbourne Faculty of VCA and MCM.

Hysterical Systems – Kickin Records, 1994 Smelly Records Compilation – Smelly Records, 1996 PIN – Smelly Records, 1995 Honeysmack Live – Smelly Records, 1997 "Walk on Acid" – Smelly Records/DanceNet MDS, 1999 Flick Bubble – Smelly Records/DanceNet MDS, 1999 "Give Me Liberty" – Jive Electro/Zomba, 2001 Rock – Smelly Records/Shock, 2003 Awake Since 78 – xylophone jones Records, 2006 Mookie – Trouble & Bass Recordings, 2007 "Disco Shoes" – Thunder Finger Records, 2007 Brainss! – Idiot House Records, 2008 Pump It Up – Idiot House Records, 2008 Surge Strip – Hand Made Acid, 2011 Personal website Honeysmack website David Haberfeld at Discogs Honeysmack at AllRovi