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Lexical interference effects in sentence processing: Evidence from the visual world paradigm and self-organizing models
(American Psychological Association, 2014-03)
Psycholinguistic research spanning a number of decades has produced diverging results with regard to the nature of constraint integration in online sentence processing. For example, evidence that language users anticipatorily ...
Listening to sad music in adverse situations: Music selection strategies, self-regulatory goals, listening effect, and mood-enhancement.
Adults’ (N = 220) reported motivations for listening to sad music after experiencing adverse negative circumstances were examined by exploring how their music selection strategies related to (a) their self-regulatory goals, ...
Playing with purpose
European Information Exchange Mechanisms. A mapping report of existing frameworks
(SOMEC in partnership with CEP the Confederation of European Probation., 2014-07-11)
A literature review which seeks to identify the methods and effectiveness of mechanisms used by EU Member States in the management of serious violent or sexual offenders travelling across borders.
Pharmaceutical point of view on parenteral nutrition
(ScientificWorld Ltd, 2014)
In the heat of the moment: a phenomenology of lived heat and ‘intense embodiment’
(Body and Society, 2014)
In recent years, calls have been made to address the relative dearth of qualitative sociological investigation into the sensory dimensions of embodiment, including within physical cultures. This article contributes to a ...
Development and characterization of a long-term murine model of Streptococcus pneumoniae infection of the lower airways
(American Society of Microbiology, 2014)
Connecting with women: Independent Midwives perceptions of how they build and maintain rapport within the mother midwife relationship
(International Confederation of Midwives 30th Triennial Confference, Prague., 2014-06-03)
Connecting with Women: Independent Midwives’ perceptions of how they build and maintain rapport within the mother midwife relationship. This paper discusses findings from a doctoral research study due to be completed ...