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  • Patient-experience during delivery in public health facilities in Uttar Pradesh, India. [Journal Article]
    Health Policy Plan 2019Montagu D, Ladrian A, … Sudhinaraset M
  • In India, most women now delivery in hospitals or other facilities, however, maternal and neonatal mortality remains stubbornly high. Studies have shown that mistreatment causes delays in care-seeking, early discharge and poor adherence to post-delivery guidance. This study seeks to understand the variation of women's experiences in different levels of government facilities. This information can …
  • Microaggressions: Clarification, Evidence, and Impact. [Journal Article]
    Perspect Psychol Sci 2019; :1745691619827499Williams MT
  • In a 2017 article in Perspectives on Psychological Science, Scott Lilienfeld critiqued the conceptual basis for microaggressions as well as the scientific rigor of scholarship on the topic. The current article provides a response that systematically analyzes the arguments and representations made in Lilienfeld's critique with regard to the concept of microaggressions and the state of the related …
  • Near-Death High-Frequency Hyper-Synchronization in the Rat Hippocampus. [Journal Article]
    Front Neurosci 2019; 13:800Zhang Y, Li Z, … Lu C
  • Near-death experiences (NDE) are episodes of enhanced perception with impending death, which have been associated with increased high-frequency (13-100 Hz) synchronization of neuronal activity, which is implicated in cognitive processes like perception, attention and memory. To test whether the NDE-associated high-frequency oscillations surge is related to cardiac arrest, recordings were made fro…
  • Selective effects of acute low-grade inflammation on human visual attention. [Journal Article]
    Neuroimage 2019; :116098Balter LJ, Bosch JA, … Mazaheri A
  • Illness is often accompanied by perceived cognitive sluggishness, a symptom that may stem from immune system activation. The current study used electroencephalography (EEG) to assess how inflammation affected three different distinct attentional processes: alerting, orienting and executive control. In a double-blinded placebo-controlled within-subjects design (20 healthy males, mean age = 24.5, S…
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