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Schlinger, Henry D., - - 2009
Theory of mind (ToM) refers to the ability of an individual to make inferences about what others may be thinking or feeling and to predict what they may do in a given situation based on those inferences. Discussions of ToM focus almost exclusively on inferred cognitive structures and processes and ...
Delgado, Jo Ann - - 2009
We tested the effects of teaching peer monitoring on the emergence of an observational learning (OL) capability in 2 experiments using delayed multiple probe designs with children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. In probes for the OL capability before and after each stage of the peer monitoring intervention, participants received unconsequated ...
Barnes-Holmes, Dermot - - 2009
The current study aimed to test the validity of the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP), as compared to the Implicit Association Test (IAT), by assessing the attitudes of Dublin dwellers and rural dwellers toward Dublin and country life. Discrimination between the two groups for the IAT was marginally significant. The ...
Vahey, Nigel - - 2009
The study examined the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure's (IRAP) validity as a computerized response-latency-based measure of implicit selfesteem. University undergraduates and 2 sets of convicted prisoners participated. One set of prisoners resided in the main block, and the other in a privileged lower security "open area" of a medium-security Irish ...
Kinloch, Jennifer - - 2009
Participants earned points by pressing a computer space bar (Experiment 1) or forming rectangles on the screen with the mouse (Experiment 2) under differential-reinforcement-of-low-rate schedules, followed by extinction. Variability in interresponse time (the contingent dimension) increased during extinction, as for Morgan and Lee (1996); variability in diagonal length (the noncontingent ...
Roll, John - - 2009
Drugs, including alcohol, that are abused function as powerful reinforcers. Effective drug and alcohol addiction treatments decrease the reinforcing efficacy of the abused substance. Reinforcing efficacy arises from a variety of sources, documentation of which may aid in designing treatment and prevention interventions. Understanding the origin of the reinforcing efficacy ...
Hantula, Donald - - 2009
The question of whether an artist's use of technology to create art results in a detectable aesthetic difference was investigated in the case of Dutch realist painter Johannes Vermeer and his use of the camera obscura. In Experiment 1, participants evaluated 20 Vermeer paintings on 6 aesthetic dimensions and preferred ...
Ridge, Damien - - 2009
Hatzimouratidis, Konstantinos - - 2009
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2009
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2009
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2009
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2009
Ogle, Naomi - - 2009
Common names: Chinese tea, camellia tea, gruner tea, Matsu-cha, Lu cha (Braun 2007, Harvey 2004) Family: Theaceae Parts used: leaf
Clark, D.A. - - 2009
Metabolic Cell Support (MC-S), now manufactured by Clinical Health Pty Ltd, is an over the counter immune supplement developed in Australia. Rather than using individual bioactive chemicals, a combined highly standardised multipolysaccharide enriched mix of medicinal mushrooms, the herb Astragalus mebranasis and ascorbic acid was formulated so as not to ...
Rasmussen, Phil - - 2009
Innes, S. - - 2009
Tuberculosis immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (IRIS) may present as new or worsening cavitation. We present an HIV-infected infant in whom TB infection and subsequent cavitation of the Ghon focus appeared to coincide with immune reconstitution due to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). TB-IRIS in response to infection that occurs after ...
Mohammed Mitha, Kriban Reddy, Raveen Parboosing, Yacoob - - 2009
The advent of HIV and AIDS has brought about many diagnostic and management challenges regarding multiple opportunistic infections. Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia (PCP) is a common presentation in patients with AIDS who are not on prophylaxis or highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). Herpes simplex 1 virus (HSV-1) is a ubiquitous virus ...
Hofmeyr, Graeme - - 2009
This paper documents the outcomes of the first 174 patients enrolled in a recently established community-based antiretroviral (ARV) treatment programme. Many people are living with HIV/AIDS and are in need of ARVs. Access to ARVs can pose many logistical difficulties for poor and sick persons, particularly in rural areas. This ...
Kenyon, Chris - - 2009
We still do not know why the HIV prevalence in southern and eastern Africa is an order of magnitude higher than anywhere else in the world. An article in this journal in 2007 argued that a key determinant was not so much the lifetime numbers of sexual partnerships, but rather ...
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Few medical interventions for any illness arrest morbidity and mortality as effectively as antiretroviral therapy (ART) does for HIV. Delays result in rapid progression to illness and death. The guidelines below list the patients who qualify for urgent ART, with timeline expectations. In addition, those who do not qualify for ...
Venter, Francois - - 2009
The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (affectionately known as 'CROI' by regulars) is held annually in North America. The conference is acknowledged as a showpiece scientific HIV event, keenly observed by commentators for new moves forward in a rapidly evolving field. This year it was held in icy Montreal, ...
Clayden, Polly - - 2009
Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) of three or more drugs is used extensively in industrialised countries for pregnant women with HIV, both to treat their own infection and to prevent mother-to-child transmission (MTCT). However, experts agree that current practice is based on limited randomised controlled trial data and guidelines are ...
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