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  • Disinhibited Revenge - An fNIRS Study on Forgiveness and Cognitive Control. [Journal Article]
    Front Behav Neurosci 2019; 13:223Maier MJ, Rosenbaum D, … Ehlis AC
  • The ability to reconcile is a key factor for a cooperative and successful life. Among the many factors that have an impact on how people negotiate social contracts, poor cognitive control (which is inversely linked to impulsivity) may exert negative effects on forgiveness. To investigate the neurobiological basis of this proposition, subjects with high vs. low impulsivity scores completed an ulti…
  • Vote for CPRIT. [Journal Article]
    Tex Med 2019; 115(10):18-23Price S
  • On Nov. 5, Texans will vote on Proposition 6, a constitutional amendment designed to extend CPRIT's funding by $3 billion and keep the agency's grants flowing for an estimated 10 additional years. (See "Vote for Proposition 6 on Nov. 5," page 21.) TMA supports this effort to keep CPRIT's current funding from running out in 2022.
  • Cue Utilisation Predicts Control Room Operators' Performance in a Sustained Visual Search Task. [Journal Article]
    Ergonomics 2019; :1-38Sturman D, Wiggins MW, … Helton WS
  • This research was designed to determine whether qualified practitioners' cue utilisation is predictive of their performance during a sustained visual search task in an operational context. Australian Distribution Network Service Provider (DNSP) operators were recruited for two experiments, and were classified with either higher or lower cue utilisation based on an assessment of cue utilisation wi…
  • Identification of some factors influencing soil transfer on shoes. [Journal Article]
    Sci Justice 2019; 59(6):643-653Werner D, Burnier C, … Massonnet G
  • In criminal activities, soil can be transferred from a crime scene to items linked with a perpetrator; for example, shoes, cars or tools. Several parameters will influence the quantity of soil transferred in a given scenario. The knowledge of the most influential factors can help the expert to assess the evidence using a logical approach at the activity level or to predict the amount of soil that…
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