Papers in Psychology

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  1. OBJECTIVE: To study the distribution and correlates of body mass index (BMI) among individuals with serious mental illness.\n\nMETHOD: A total of 169 participants were recruited from randomly selected out-patients receiving community-based…
  2. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether introducing a pre-prepared birth plan upon labor admission has an impact on obstetrical outcome.\n\nMETHODS: A retrospective study of all women who prepared an ante-partum birth plan, from 2007-2010. Outcome was…
  3. A large fraction of homozygous zebrafish mutant belladonna (bel) larvae display a reversed optokinetic response (OKR) that correlates with failure of the retinal ganglion cells to cross the midline and form the optic chiasm. Some of these…
  4. Over the last decades, the importance of technical and scientific evidence for the criminal justice system has been steadily increasing. Unfortunately, the weight of forensic evidence is not always easy for the trier of fact to assess, as appears…
  5. Greed is a central element in human existence. It is also frequently mentioned as a factor in many recent organizational and financial scandals. Thus, it was surprising to discover that empirical research on greed is rare. In contrast, however, a…
  6. We offer comments on the eight works contained in the Special Issue, all of which use advanced methods for analysing interdependencies using variants of the Social Relations Model (SRM) or the Actor–Partner Interdependence Model (APIM). After…
  7. Unlike simple cells, complex cells of area 18 give a directionally selective response to motion of random textures, indicating that they may play a special role in motion detection. We therefore investigated how texture motion, and especially its…
  8. Sleep spindles are rhythmic patterns of neuronal activity generated within the thalamocortical circuit. Although spindles have been hypothesized to protect sleep by reducing the influence of external stimuli, it remains to be confirmed…
  9. BACKGROUND: The role of oxidative stress and systemic inflammation on the association between personal exposures to ambient fine particulate matter </= 2.5 mum in diameter (PM2.5) and cardiac autonomic dysfunction, indicated by reduction in heart…
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