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  • Electrophysiological correlates of emotional scene processing in bipolar disorder. [Journal Article]
    J Psychiatr Res 2019; 120:83-90Trotti RL, Parker DA, … Clementz BA
  • Emotional dysfunction is a core feature of bipolar I disorder (BD). Behavioral data suggest that emotional processing may differ based on history of psychosis, but physiological studies frequently disregard this differentiating feature. Face processing studies indicate that emotion-related components of event-related potentials (ERPs) are abnormal in BD, but fMRI data using emotional scenes are m…
  • My Exit. [Journal Article]
    Perm J 2019; 23Bair H
  • This short story is based on and told from the perspective of a patient the author encountered as a medical student. The story explores the thoughts of an elderly patient, who is hospitalized because of multiple organ failure, as she contemplates the voluntary refusal of food, fluid, and antibiotics. The patient weighs these options in light of her beliefs and experiences, and in the face of seem…
  • Pore Size Distribution of Silica Colloidal Crystals from Nitrogen Adsorption Isotherms. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir 2019Maximov MA, Galukhin AV, Gor GY
  • Silica colloidal crystals are face-centered cubic structures comprised of silica spheres with the diameters ranging between tens and hundreds of nanometers. The voids between the spheres form pores, which can be probed by nitrogen adsorption porosimetry. Here we prepared two mesoporous samples and a macroporous reference sample, then measured nitrogen adsorption and desorption isotherms for furth…
  • Innovative recruitment strategies for a comprehensive worksite wellness initiative. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res 2019Ablah E, Umansky E, … Barnes V
  • Recruiting for wellness initiatives is challenging. WorkWell KS, a statewide worksite wellness initiative, offers unique worksite recruitment strategies that may serve as lessons. From 2012 to 2018, WorkWell KS utilized champions, well-connected local leaders, to recruit worksites. A total of 784 worksites were recruited for at least one WorkWell KS workshop. A survey of champions requested ident…
  • Happiness in Plastic Surgery: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of 595 Practicing Plastic Surgeons, Fellows, Residents, and Medical Students. [Journal Article]
    Ann Plast Surg 2019Sterling DA, Grow JN, … Butterworth JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the prevalence of burnout and mental health disorders associated with a career in medicine, plastic surgeons and trainees report high levels of happiness. Practicing plastic surgeons report increased happiness further out from training and when meeting practice expectations coming out of training. Otherwise, there were no significant differences in happiness between groups. Regarding sex, it is encouraging to report no significant sex discrepancies with happiness in a field where women still face significant adversity.
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