Download the Free Prime PubMed App to your smartphone or tablet.

Available for iPhone or iPad:

Unbound PubMed app for iOS iPhone iPadAlso Available:
Unbound PubMed app for Android

Available for Mac and Windows Desktops and laptops:

Unbound PubMed app for WindowsUnbound PubMed app for MAC OS Yosemite Macbook Air pro
(native language)
5,334 results
  • The role of phonology during visual word learning in adults: An integrative review. [Review]
    Psychon Bull Rev 2019Meade G
  • Throughout their lifetime, adults learn new words in their native lannguage, and potentially also in a second language. However, they do so with variable levels of success. In the auditory word learning literature, some of this variability has been attributed to phonological skills, including decoding and phonological short-term memory. Here I examine how the relationship between phonological ski…
  • Evidence of Selection Bias and Non-Response Bias in Patient Satisfaction Surveys. [Journal Article]
    Iowa Orthop J 2019; 39(1):195-201Compton J, Glass N, Fowler T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Demographically, patients who were administered and patients who responded to PG surveys differed from the overall population of patients seen in an outpatient orthopedic setting, evidencing both selection and non-response bias. Because of these differences, and considering the small number of survey returned, caution should be exercised when interpreting and applying these data.Level of Evidence: III.
  • Second Language Learners' Listener Impressions of Foreigner-Directed Speech. [Journal Article]
    J Speech Lang Hear Res 2019; :1-14Bobb SC, Mello K, … Rothermich K
  • Background According to sociolinguistic frameworks such as Communication Accommodation Theory, English native speakers modify their speech to meet the communicative needs of non-native speakers (Beebe & Giles, 1984). However, when foreigner-directed speech is used inappropriately, it may lead to overaccommodation, which in turn can act counterproductively toward communicative goals. Purpose To da…
  • Risk of Psychosis Among Refugees: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
    JAMA Psychiatry 2019Brandt L, Henssler J, … Heinz A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Refugee experience appeared to be an independent risk factor in developing non-affective psychosis among refugees in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Canada. These findings suggest that applying the conclusions to non-Scandinavian countries should include a consideration of the characteristics of the native society and its specific interaction with the refugee population.
New Search Next