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  • Historical trends in Hawaiian game harvest and hunter participation in Hawai'i from 1946-2008. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(8):e0219283Lepczyk CA, Duffy DJ
  • At present, 21 game species have been successfully established in Hawai'i for the purpose of recreational and subsistence hunting. However, it is unknown how these management efforts have affected hunting and recreation trends in Hawai'i and how the patterns may parallel national data. Consequently, managers and biologists in Hawai'i have little reliable harvest and hunting participation informat…
  • An Examination of the Deliberate Practice Framework in Quad Rugby. [Journal Article]
    Front Psychol 2019; 10:1734Kennedy RL, Fairbrother JT
  • The deliberate practice framework was forwarded to account for the characteristics and developmental experiences of individuals who have acquired exceptional performance in any domain. This framework proposed that experts undergo an extensive acquisition period involving the accumulation of thousands of hours of deliberate practice while overcoming various constraints that serve as functional bar…
  • The relationship between gaze behavior, expertise, and performance: A systematic review. [Journal Article]
    Psychol Bull 2019Brams S, Ziv G, … Helsen WF
  • Perceptual-cognitive skills enable an individual to integrate environmental information with existing knowledge to be able to process stimuli and execute appropriate responses on complex tasks. Various underlying processes could explain how perceptual-cognitive skills impact on expert performance, as articulated in three theoretical accounts: (a) the long-term working memory theory, which argues …
  • [Party drugs : when « recreation » rhymes with « consultation »]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Suisse 2019; 15(658):1394-1396Merlo S, Jamme S, … Fehlmann C
  • Since the nineties, we note a diversification of recreational drugs and an increase in intoxications requiring medical care. From cannabis to cocaine through the New Psychoactive Substances, the aim of this article is to focus on Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), lysergic diethylamid acid (LSD) and 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamin (MDMA), three substances that we are confronted with in our emergency r…
  • Matching pennies games as asymmetric models of conflict. [Comment]
    Behav Brain Sci 2019; 42:e128Krawczyk MW
  • De Dreu and Gross (D&G) seem to have disregarded some relevant experimental literature on games of conflict, most notably variations on "matching pennies" games. While in such games, "attacker" and "defender" are typically not explicitly labelled, players' differentiated roles yield naturally to such notions. These studies partly validate some of D&G's findings and interpretations.
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