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Spatiotemporal analysis of brucellosis incidence in Iran from 2011 to 2014 using GIS
Pakzad, Reza; Pakzad, Iraj; Safiri, Saeid; Shirzadi, Mohammad Reza; Mohammadpour, Marzieh; Behroozi, Abbas; Sullman, Mark J. M.; Janati, Ali (2018-02-01)
Objective: To investigate the distribution and trends associated with brucellosis incidence rates in Iran from 2011 to 2014.
Ginseng and Ginkgo Biloba Effects on Cognition as Modulated by Cardiovascular Reactivity: A Randomised Trial
Teik, Derek Ong Lai; Lee, Xiao Shiang; Lim, Chu Jian; Low, Chia Mei; Muslima, Mariyam; Aquili, Luca (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2016-03-03)
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Changing High School Students' Attitudes Towards Mathematics in a Summer Camp: Happiness Matters
Can, Iclal; Koydemir, Selda; Durhan, Salih; Ogan, Suheyda; Gozukara, Cansu; Cokluk, Gizem (2017-10-01)
The purpose of this study is to examine if and how high school students' attitudes towards mathematics can be positively changed through a summer math village experience and whether happiness exerts an influence on this ch...
Cognitive defusion versus experiential avoidance in the reduction of smoking behaviour: an experimental and preliminary investigation
Hooper, Nic; Dack, Charlotte; Karekla, Maria; Niyazi, Asli; McHugh, Louise (2018-01-01)
Background: Brief procedures that reduce smoking behaviour may be useful in reaching the many people that do not seek help for smoking addiction.Objectives: The current study aimed to determine if one component of Acceptan...
Comparing thought suppression and acceptance as coping techniques for food cravings
Hooper, Nic; Sandoz, Emily K.; Ashton, Jennifer; Clarke, Amelia; McHugh, Louise (2012-01-01)
Handling food cravings seems to play a major role in weight management. Many try to simply avoid cravings. However, avoidance based techniques like thought suppression can make attempts to deal with cravings more difficult...
Fewer but better: Proportionate size of the group affects evaluation of transgressive leaders
Travaglino, Giovanni A.; Abrams, Dominic; de Moura, Georgina Randsley; Yetkili, Orkun (2016-06-01)
A group may be badly affected if its leader transgresses important rules. Nonetheless, an emerging body of evidence suggests that in intergroup contexts, group members apply a double standard when judging ingroup leaders -...
The role of beliefs in the use of hands-free and handheld mobile phones while driving
Sullman, Mark J. M.; Przepiorka, Aneta M.; Prat, Francesc; Blachnio, Agata P. (Elsevier BV, 2018-06-01)
Objective: This study investigated the frequency of mobile phones use while driving by mode (handheld vs. hands-free users) and its relationship with three types of beliefs (behavioural, normative and control).
The impact of police presence on angry and aggressive driving
Stanojevic, Predrag; Sullman, Mark J. M.; Jovanovic, Dragan; Stanojevic, Dragana (2018-01-01)
An extensive body of research has found that angry and aggressive driving are both significantly related to crash involvement. There has also been a large body of research investigating the situational factors related to a...
Destabilizing Critical "Assumptions" in (English) Language Teaching: An Introduction
Rudolph, Nathanael; Selvi, Ali Fuad; Yazan, Bedrettin (Informa UK Limited, 2019-11-02)
This introduction unpacks the scope of the special issue (SI), and underscores the guest editors' desire to prompt readers to engage with and reflect upon critical assumptions and unanswered questions within-and pertaining...
A Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Randomized Controlled Positive Psychological Interventions on Subjective and Psychological Well-Being
Koydemir, Selda; Soekmez, Asli Bugay; Schuetz, Astrid (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-01-02)
We conducted a meta-analysis to analyze the effects of randomized controlled positive psychological interventions on subjective and psychological well-being. Our aim was to extend previous research by following a more comp...