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How Do Non-Clinical Paranoid and Socially Anxious Individuals React to Failure? The Role of Hostility and State Anxiety
Background: Theoretical models of persecutory delusions have emphasized the impact of negative emotion namely anxiety at the early stages of symptom formation. Also, studies on persecutory delusions have discovered that ...
Evaluation of a care home clinical medication review service by a primary care pharmacist.
(Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 2012-09)
Focal points • This study evaluates a clinical medication review service for care home patients provided by a primary care pharmacist working alongside GPs. • 237 one-off clinical medication reviews were completed in 8 ...
A self-regulatory perspective on choosing ‘sad’ music to enhance mood.
1a) It was expected that for most music selection strategies mood-enhancement would be achieved indirectly by first achieving other functions rather than directly as a result of the music listening. 1b) In line with ...
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 ...
The care of older people with dementia and other mental disorders when they are admitted to General Hospitals: learning from a network of Mental Health Liaison teams
(The Journal of the Institute of Ageing and Health (West Midlands)., 2012)
Making Inter-professional Working Work: Introducing a Groupwork Perspective
(Oxford University Press, 2012-12-30)
Teams are an established part of organisations and are, by definition, ‘groups’—but the business discourse within which they are conceptualised, and within which teamwork takes place, discounts key aspects of groupwork, ...
Writing in Creative Practice: Practicing Theory in Art & Design Education.
Writing in Creative Practice: Practicing Theory in Art & Design Education. A one-day workshop, led by Will Hoon and Alke Groppel-Wegener, at Northampton University, The Higher Education Academy, 17 December 2012 (Review).