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22,309 results
  • Exploring online problem gamblers' motivation to change. [Journal Article]
  • ABAddict Behav Rep 2019; 10:100187
  • Johansen AB, Helland PF, … Brendryen H
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings have implications for interventions designed to evoke motivation early in treatment of online problem gambling. Inducing problem gamblers to reflect on the thoughts and feelings of concerned significant others, real or fictional, could be a viable strategy to motivate online problem gamblers to consider change.
  • The New Science of Practical Wisdom. [Journal Article]
  • PBPerspect Biol Med 2019; 62(2):216-236
  • Jeste DV, Lee EE, … Blazer D
  • Wisdom has been discussed for centuries in religious and philosophical texts. It is often viewed as a fuzzy psychological construct analogous to consciousness, stress, and resilience. This essay prov…
  • Nurses' experiences of learning to care in practice environments: A qualitative study. [Journal Article]
  • NENurse Educ Pract 2019 Jun 21; 38:132-137
  • Young K, Godbold R, Wood P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Positive caring attitudes and behaviours shown to patients, staff and work were highly valued. An ability to regulate and sustain an emotional connection with patients framed student learning. Observations of nurses who preserved caring practices amidst organisational pressures were frequently chosen by students as role models who "fight" inadequate or missed care. Theoretical links between caring and resilience are strengthened by these findings.
  • Do human screams permit individual recognition? [Journal Article]
  • PPeerJ 2019; 7:e7087
  • Engelberg JWM, Schwartz JW, Gouzoules H
  • The recognition of individuals through vocalizations is a highly adaptive ability in the social behavior of many species, including humans. However, the extent to which nonlinguistic vocalizations su…
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