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  • Handbook of secure care 

    Dickens, Geoffrey L.; Sugarman, Philip A.; Picchioni, Marco M.; editors (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2015-07)
    In any society a small proportion of people with mental disorder present with behaviour that transgresses norms and violates the rights of others. Yet these people are often vulnerable themselves to violence, abuse or ...
  • Handedness and behavioural inhibition: Left-handed females show most inhibition as measured by BIS/BAS self-report 

    Wright, Lynn; Hardie, Scott M.; Wilson, Karen (Elsevier, 2008-10-09)
    This study investigated the relationship between handedness, gender and behavioural approach and inhibition using Carver and White’s (1994) BIS/BAS Scale. 112 participants took part: 46 left-handers and 66 right-handers. ...
  • Handedness and social anxiety: using Bryden's research as a catalyst to explore the influence of familial sinistrality and degree of handedness 

    Hardie, Scott M.; Wright, Lynn; Clark, Lisa (Taylor & Francis, 2016-01-12)
    Phil Bryden's work has impacted on many areas of laterality, including degree and measurement of hand preference, as well as influences of familial sinistrality (FS). For example, Bryden[(1977). Measuring handedness with ...
  • Harpsichord, Burkat Shudi, London, 1761 

    McAlpine, Kenneth B.; Waitzmann, Mimi (National Trust, 2015-10-05)
    This is a complete sound archive of all possible tone registrations and mechanical release noises for each note and each mechanical stop of the Benton Fletcher Collection's Burkat Shudi harpsichord, dated 1761. Dr McAlpine ...
  • Harpsichord, Jacob and Abraham Kirckman, London, 1777 

    McAlpine, Kenneth B.; Waitzmann, Mimi (National Trust, 2015-10-05)
    This is a complete sound archive of all possible tone registrations and mechanical release noises for each note and each mechanical stop of the Benton Fletcher Collection's Jacob & Abraham Kirkman harpsichord, dated 1777. ...
  • Harpsichord, Jacob Kirckman, London, 1752 

    McAlpine, Kenneth B.; Waitzmann, Mimi (National Trust, 2015-10-05)
    This is a complete sound archive of all possible tone registrations and mechanical release noises for each note and each mechanical stop of the Benton Fletcher Collection's Jacob Kirkman harpsichord, dated 1752. Dr McAlpine ...
  • Harpsichord, Longman & Broderip, London 1783 

    McAlpine, Kenneth B.; Waitzmann, Mimi (National Trust, 2015-10-05)
    This is a complete sound archive of all possible tone registrations and mechanical release noises for each note and each mechanical stop of the Benton Fletcher Collection's Longman & Broderip harpsichord, dated 1783. Dr ...
  • Harpsichord, Unsigned, Italian, c. 1590 

    McAlpine, Kenneth B.; Waitzmann, Mimi (National Trust, 2015-10-05)
    This is a complete sound archive of all possible tone registrations and mechanical release noises for each note and each mechanical stop of the Benton Fletcher Collection's Unsigned Italian Harpsichord, dated c. 1590. Dr ...
  • The HCR-20 as a measure of reliable and clinically significant change in violence risk among secure psychiatric inpatients 

    O'Shea, Laura E.; Dickens, Geoffrey L. (Elsevier, 2015-07-20)
    Objective Periodic structured violence risk assessment is the principle method underlying treatment planning for mentally disordered offenders but little is known about how risk changes over time. We aimed to determine ...
  • He sees, she smells? Male and female reports of sensory reliance in mate choice and non-mate choice contexts 

    Havlicek, Jan; Saxton, Tamsin K.; Roberts, S. Craig; Jozifkova, Eva; Lhota, Stanislav; Valentova, Jaroslava; Flegr, Jaroslav (Elsevier, 2008-10)
    Men and women differ in the importance that they ascribe to the characters of a potential mate. Previous work has shown that women rate olfactory cues as more important than men in mate choice. We investigated whether this ...
  • Health complaints among adolescents: associations with more screen-based behaviours and less physical activity 

    Marques, Adilson; Calmeiro, Luis; Loureiro, Nuno; Frasquilho, Diana; Matos, Margarida Gaspar de (Elsevier, 2015-08-11)
    In this study, we investigated the relationship between screen-based behaviours, physical activity, and health complaints (headaches, feeling low, irritability, and nervousness). Screen-based behaviour included TV viewing, ...
  • Health related behaviours: grouped risks across adolescence 

    Matos, Margarida Gaspar de; Calmeiro, Luis; Batista-Foguet, Joan M.; Loureiro, Nuno; Mota, Jorge (Federação Brasileira de Terapias Cognitivas, 2007)
    Purpose: Adolescence can be associated with a tendency to engage in health damaging behaviour. The purpose of this study is to test whether cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors are present in this age group, and to ...
  • Hegemony 

    Law, Alex (Edinburgh University Press, 2005)
  • Helping formulate propositions in forensic DNA analysis 

    Buckleton, John; Bright, Jo-Anne; Taylor, Duncan; Evett, Ian; Hicks, Tacha; Jackson, Graham; Curran, James M. (Elsevier, 2014-07)
    The Bayesian paradigm is the preferred approach to evidence interpretation. It requires the evaluation of the probability of the evidence under at least two propositions. The value of the findings (i.e., our LR) will depend ...
  • Herbal supplements: Recent findings in exercise, health and weight loss 

    Alkhatib, Ahmad (2015-11)
    Natural herbs have been in use for weight loss purposes since history began. However, the current global obesity epidemic and the rise in obesity-related chronic diseases, including type-II diabetes and cancer, have ...
  • Heterogeneity in susceptible–infected–removed (SIR) epidemics on lattices 

    Neri, Franco M.; Perez-Reche, Francisco J.; Taraskin, Sergei N.; Gilligan, Christopher A. (The Royal Society, 2011-02)
    The percolation paradigm is widely used in spatially explicit epidemic models where disease spreads between neighbouring hosts. It has been successful in identifying epidemic thresholds for invasion, separating non-invasive ...
  • The heterogeneous soil environment: are there preferential pathways for fungal spread? 

    Otten, Wilfred; Harris, Kirsty; Hall, Darroch; Young, Iain M.; Ritz, Karl; Gilligan, Christopher A. (IOBC/WPRS, 2002)
  • The hidden histories of objects: provenance, storytelling and tagging technologies 

    O'Callaghan, Simone; Speed, Chris (The Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts (ISEA), 2011)
    This paper explores storytelling methods to follow the lives of objects from their first inception to the narratives they collect along the way. It is part of TOTeM[1] a £1.39M research project based around the “Internet ...
  • High cycling cadence reduces carbohydrate oxidation at given low intensity metabolic rate 

    Beneke, Ralph; Alkhatib, Ahmad (Institute of Sport, 2014-10-28)
    Cycling cadence (RPM)-related differences in blood lactate concentration (BLC) increase with increasing exercise intensity, whilst corresponding divergences in oxygen uptake ( ·VO2) and carbon dioxide production ( ·VCO2) ...
  • High intensity training improves health and physical function in middle aged adults 

    Adamson, Simon; Lorimer, Ross; Cobley, James N.; Lloyd, Ray; Babraj, John A. (MDPI, 2014-05-12)
    High intensity training (HIT) is effective at improving health; however, it is unknown whether HIT also improves physical function. This study aimed to determine whether HIT improves metabolic health and physical function ...