### Table B.2 (cont.) Sampling of documented concrete problem areas in nuclear power plants

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### Table 5. A Sibling Model of Child Behavior Problems with Lagged Parenting and Lagged Dependent Variable Internalizing Problems Externalizing Problems Overall Behavior Problems

"... In PAGE 29: ... Power of tests and within-family variation are further reduced in estimates of Model IV, which are presented in Table 5. ( Table5 about here) As expected, behavior problems show remarkable continuity, particularly for OLS and RE models (standardized coefficients about .80), which leads to substantially larger R2s.... ..."

### Table 5. A Sibling Model of Child Behavior Problems with Lagged Parenting and Lagged Dependent Variable Internalizing Problems Externalizing Problems Overall Behavior Problems

"... In PAGE 29: ... Power of tests and within-family variation are further reduced in estimates of Model IV, which are presented in Table 5. ( Table5 about here) As expected, behavior problems show remarkable continuity, particularly for OLS and RE models (standardized coefficients about .80), which leads to substantially larger R2s.... ..."

### Table 1. Overview of Thermal Power Plants

"... In PAGE 2: ... All thermal power plants up to a capacity of 150 MW are designed as combined heat and power plants, with steam extractions for industrial and/or district heat supply. The thermal power plants are summarized in Table1 . The total installed capacity of the thermal plants is approximately 1756 MW.... ..."

### Table 4. A Sibling Model of Child Behavior Problems with Lagged Parenting Internalizing Problems Externalizing Problems Overall Behavior Problems

"... In PAGE 28: ... This reduces the sample size to 1,326 families with 3,107 children, which results in smaller within-family variation and reduced power of statistical tests. Using this smaller sample, we estimated Model III and reported the results for parenting variables in Table4 . (Table 4 about here) The deleterious effect of spanking is again robust across all measures of behavior problems and all estimators.... In PAGE 28: ... Using this smaller sample, we estimated Model III and reported the results for parenting variables in Table 4. ( Table4 about here) The deleterious effect of spanking is again robust across all measures of behavior problems and all estimators. The magnitude of the lagged effect is slightly smaller.... ..."

### Table 4. A Sibling Model of Child Behavior Problems with Lagged Parenting Internalizing Problems Externalizing Problems Overall Behavior Problems

"... In PAGE 28: ... This reduces the sample size to 1,326 families with 3,107 children, which results in smaller within-family variation and reduced power of statistical tests. Using this smaller sample, we estimated Model III and reported the results for parenting variables in Table4 . (Table 4 about here) The deleterious effect of spanking is again robust across all measures of behavior problems and all estimators.... In PAGE 28: ... Using this smaller sample, we estimated Model III and reported the results for parenting variables in Table 4. ( Table4 about here) The deleterious effect of spanking is again robust across all measures of behavior problems and all estimators. The magnitude of the lagged effect is slightly smaller.... ..."

### Table 1 Total capacity of nuclear power plants in MWe Scenario Period 1 Period 2 Period 3

"... In PAGE 23: ... Decisions, from Period 2 onward, will adapt to the corresponding outcome. To brie y show the kind of results supplied by a stochastic MARKAL model, we concentrate on the total capacity plan of nuclear power plants in Table1 (it would indeed take too much time to analyze every energy choice, for more detail see [22]). We can see that the plan is identical in Period 1 for the three scenarios considered.... ..."

### TABLE A.1: Typical safety-related equipment in a PWR nuclear power plant

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