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The Role of Predisposition to Hallucinations on Non-Clinical Paranoid vs. Socially Anxious Individuals after Hearing Negative Affective-Laden Sounds: An Experimental Investigation
Background: Research suggested that negative affective-laden sounds act as environmental stressors that elicit negative affect (Bradley and Lang, 2000a). Aims: We tried to test for the role of an interaction between ...
An Innovative approach to Curriculum Development, through Partnership working
(NET 2012 conference, 2012-09)
In 2010 the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) published new Standards for Pre-Registration Nurse Education (NMC, 2010) stating that all programmes leading to registration must be at a minimum of degree level. Providers ...
Unveiling the stigma: Australian South Asian Muslim views on mental illness
Little is known about the impacts of migration, adjustment, and acculturation on mental health, particularly amongst South Asian Muslim diasporic and post-diasporic youth. Though they may encounter mental health challenges, ...
“A place where everybody knows your name": The role of the faith-based community in developing mental health resiliencies amongst diasporic and post-diasporic Muslim youth in Australia.
The religio-cultural community of migrants from minority ethnic backgrounds often plays a strong role in their post-migration adaptation. While religion itself has been said to play an important role in construction of ...
Open educational resources: staff attitudes and awareness
(Research in Learning Technology, 2012-02-03)
Attitudes are changing in education globally to promote the open sharing of educational courses and resources. The aim of this study was to explore staff awareness and attitudes towards ‘‘open educational resources’’ (OER) ...
Re-thinking Packaging: How electronic packs for pharmaceuticals work with Mobile IT to improve patient adherence to medication regimens.
(Springer-Verlag, London., 2012-04)
Praises - five a day for young children.
(British Psychological Society, 2012)
Theoretical considerations and implications of current online self-disclosure research: Is it the quantity or quality of sharing that counts?
Revealing information about the self online is receiving both increased mass media and psychological research interest. Called self-disclosure, the sharing of personal information occurs in cyberspace via both synchronous ...
Hope for the future
(RCN Publishing, 2012-06)