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Cultivating thought-full and creative thinkers: A comment on quality merging Costa with Claxton et al.
The two keynote papers in the first issue of Thinking Skills and Creativity provide significant food for thought. Working to teach thinking skills and creativity is a real challenge. Many university professors shadow this ...
The interactive effects of physical fitness and acute aerobic exercise on electrophysiological coherence and cognitive performance in adolescents.
The current study examined the effects of physical fitness and aerobic exercise on cognitive functioning and coherence of the electroencephalogram in 30 adolescents between the ages of 13 and 14 years. Participants were ...
Age-related task sensitivity of frontal EEG entropy during encoding predicts retrieval
Age-related declines in memory may be due in part to changes in the complexity of neural activity in the aging brain. Electrophysiological entropy provides an accessible measure of the complexity of ongoing neural activity. ...
Divided attention in older but not younger adults is impaired by anxiety
(Taylor and Francis, 2003)
It has been hypothesized that the disruptive effects of negative emotional states, such as anxiety and depression, may contribute to poorer performance in older age. Some studies have reported that higher levels of anxiety ...
Fostering students' personal development through designing a Personal Tutorship Programme in e-learning environments.
This paper addresses the importance of Personal Development of students in virtual learning environments and designs a specific approach for fostering their personal capabilities facilitated by a Personal Tutorship Programme ...
A systematic review and evaluation of response redirection as a treatment for challenging behavior in individuals with developmental disabilities.
Response redirection is widely used in clinical practice as a treatment for repetitive behavior or stereotypy in persons with developmental disabilities. However, to date the procedure has received comparatively little ...
Comparison of an online mindfulness-based cognitive therapy intervention with online pain management psychoeducation: A randomized controlled pilot study.
This study tested the effectiveness of a computerised mindfulness-based cognitive therapy intervention compared to computerized pain management psychoeducation in a randomized study.
Early life experiences and social cognition in major psychiatric disorders: A systematic review.
Objective To present a systematic review of the literature on the associations between early social environment, early life adversity, and social cognition in major psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia, bipolar ...
Participants’ experiences of a sexual counseling intervention during cardiac rehabilitation: A nested qualitative study within the CHARMS pilot randomized controlled trial
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2018-09-01)
BACKGROUND: International guidelines recommend sexual assessment and counseling be offered to all patients with cardiovascular disease during cardiac rehabilitation. However, sexual problems are infrequently addressed. ...
Time for complete transparency about conflicts of interest in public health nutrition research [version 2; referees: 2 approved]
We are a group of researchers and academics with decades of experience in the protection and promotion of public health. We are writing to raise our concerns about how conflicts of interest are reported in public health ...