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  • Impairments in episodic future thinking for positive events and anticipatory pleasure in major depression. [Journal Article]
    J Affect Disord 2019; 260:536-543Hallford DJ, Barry TJ, … Klein B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cognitive functioning was not assessed, which may help clarify deficits that underpin these findings. History of previous depressive episodes in the comparison group were not assessed, which may mean the observed between-group effects are underestimated.This study provides further evidence of deficits in episodic future thinking and anticipatory pleasure in depressed individuals. It also establishes links between particular characteristics of episodic future thinking and state anticipatory pleasure, and indicates cognitive targets that may be amenable to intervention in order to reduce anhedonia.
  • Evaluating the Quality of Multiple Choice Question in Paediatric Dentistry Postgraduate Examinations. [Journal Article]
    Sultan Qaboos Univ Med J 2019; 19(2):e135-e141Kowash M, Hussein I, Al Halabi M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Training is an essential element of adequate MCQ writing. A general comprehensive review of all programme's MCQs is needed to emphasise the importance of avoiding IWFs. A faculty development programme is recommended to improve question-writing skills in order to align examinations with programme learning outcomes and enhance the ability to measure student competency through questions requiring higher level thinking.
  • Suprachoroideal haemorrhage in postoperative period of antiglaucoma surgery, case report. [Journal Article]
    Cesk Slov Oftalmol 2019; 75(2):92-98Středová M, Hejsek L, … Jirásková N
  • Suprachoroidal haemorrhage (SCH) is a serious complication of intraocular procedures. Physiologically there is only a minimal amount of fluid in the suprachoroid space, pathologically the fluid volume increases, which causes ablation of the choroid. SCH could be divided into different cathegories, according to the character of the fluid into serous and haemorrhagic; by the time of occurrence in r…
  • Engaging Early-Career Students in Research Using a Tiered Mentoring Model. [Journal Article]
    ACS Symp Ser Am Chem Soc 2018; 1275:273-289Hayes SM
  • Incorporating research into undergraduate curricula, especially at an early stage, has been linked to improved critical thinking, intellectual independence, and student retention. This results in a graduating population more ready to enter the workforce or graduate school. Similarly, mentoring has been linked to enhanced self-efficacy, persistence, and desire to pursue graduate studies. We have d…
  • StatPearls: Psychosis [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Calabrese Jordan J Aventura Hospital and Medical Center Al Khalili Yasir Y Virginia Commonwealth University BOOK
  • Psychosis is an amalgamation of psychological symptoms resulting in a loss of contact with reality. The current thinking is that although around 1.5 to 3.5% of people will meet diagnostic criteria for a psychotic disorder, a significantly larger, a variable number will experience at least one psychotic symptom in their lifetime.[1] Psychosis is a common feature to many psychiatric, neuropsychiatr…
  • Your Soul Spills Out: The Creative Act Feels Self-Disclosing. [Journal Article]
    Pers Soc Psychol Bull 2019; :146167219873480Goncalo JA, Katz JH
  • Breaking from the typical focus on the antecedents of creativity, we investigate the psychological and interpersonal consequences of being creative. Across five experiments, we find that generating creative ideas is revealing of the self and thus prompts the perception of self-disclosure. Individuals respond to the expectation to be creative with greater self-focus-adopting their own idiosyncrati…
  • Stem cell therapy for Parkinson's disease: safety and modeling. [Review]
    Neural Regen Res 2020; 15(1):36-40Stoddard-Bennett T, Pera RR
  • For decades, clinicians have developed medications and therapies to alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, but no treatment currently can slow or even stop the progression of this localized neurodegeneration. Fortunately, sparked by the genetic revolution, stem cell reprogramming research and the advancing capabilities of personalization in medicine enable forward-thinking to unprecedente…
  • Giant basal cell carcinoma associated with vitiligo. [Case Reports]
    Clin Case Rep 2019; 7(9):1782-1786Fiszon-Cerqueira L, Ramos-E-Silva M, … Gomes MK
  • We report a woman with two giant Basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) on the back, the largest with 12 cm in diameter, inside a vitiligo plaque. They were metatypical subtype BCC associated with a nodular subtype area. Thinking of BCC in vitiligo lesion is extremely important. Giant BCC and vitiligo are rare association.
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