Abertay Research Collections (ARC)....the open access institutional repository for Abertay University
Welcome to ARC, Abertay University’s repository of open access research outputs. ARC contains articles and supporting data from staff and students including published articles, reports and theses. More information on Abertay Research interests is available at www.abertay.ac.uk/research. You can browse our Collections or search for content using the search box.
Abertay staff and research students can deposit their research outputs by logging into ARC or they can simply email their accepted articles to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as they are accepted for publication.
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Equality (Brill, 2015-12-14)Equality is a political and moral ideal that refers to some universal condition thought to be shared by human beings. Since this inherent equality is often thought to have been corrupted by a self-interested secular world, ...
Role of assessment components and recent adverse outcomes in risk estimation and prediction: use of the Short Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START) in an adult secure inpatient mental health service (Elsevier, 2016-04-22)The Short Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability is a structured judgement tool used to inform risk estimation for multiple adverse outcomes. In research, risk estimates outperform the tool's strength and vulnerability ...
(Elsevier, Science & Justice, 2016-05-12)There appears to be a limited but growing body of research on the sequential analysis/treatment of multiple types of evidence. The development of an integrated forensic approach is necessary to maximise evidence recovery ...
The need for time, iteration and confidence building to improve inclusivity in the development of writing skills: can we embed peer review in the wider curriculum? (Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory, Plymouth University, 2015)
Functional analysis of the 5′ flanking region of the human G6PC3 gene: regulation of promoter activity by glucose, pyruvate, AMP kinase and the pentose phosphate pathway (Elsevier, 2011-03-21)G6PC3 is a widely expressed isoform of glucose-6-phosphatase, found in many foetal and adult tissues. Mutations in this gene cause developmental abnormalities and severe neutropenia due to abolition of glucose recycling ...