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A Call to Evaluate Plastic’s Impacts on Marine, Benthic Ecosystem Interaction Networks (2021)
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Ladewig, S. M., Bianchi, T. S., Coco, G., Hope, J. A., & Thrush, S. F. (in press). A Call to Evaluate Plastic’s Impacts on Marine, Benthic Ecosystem Interaction Networks. Environmental pollution, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2021.116423

Plastic pollution continues to seep into natural and pristine habitats. Emerging laboratory-based research has evoked concern regarding plastic’s impact on ecosystem structure and function, the essence of the ecosystem services that supports our life... Read More about A Call to Evaluate Plastic’s Impacts on Marine, Benthic Ecosystem Interaction Networks.

Celebrity leader personas and embodied militarism (2020)
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Baker, C. (2020). Celebrity leader personas and embodied militarism. International studies review, https://doi.org/10.1093/isr/viaa035

Scholars of international relations frequently explore how states normalize the use of military force through processes of militarization, yet few have analyzed how new information and communication technologies impact on these processes. The essays... Read More about Celebrity leader personas and embodied militarism.

Evolving trends in open access (2019)
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Watson, R. (2019). Evolving trends in open access. Compliance elliance journal, 5(1), 91-98

With the growth of open access publishing there has been a concomitant growth in the number of predatory publishers. This article considers why open access has arisen and the various models under which it operates before considering the nature of pre... Read More about Evolving trends in open access.

Healthcare professionals must communicate with patients and relatives. They must enable informed, realistic and appropriate decisions in end-of-life pharmacotherapy (2019)
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Lee, A. J. (2019). Healthcare professionals must communicate with patients and relatives. They must enable informed, realistic and appropriate decisions in end-of-life pharmacotherapy. Evidence-Based Nursing, ebnurs-2019-103179. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2019-103179

Commentary on: Morin L, Wastesson JW, Laroche ML, et al. How many older adults receive drugs of questionable clinical benefit near the end of life? A cohort study. Palliat Med 2019;33:1080– 90. doi: 10.1177/0269216319854013.

Visualising the complexity of the athlete monitoring cycle through principal component analysis (2019)
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Weaving, D., Beggs, C., Dalton-Barron, N., Jones, B., & Abt, G. (2019). Visualising the complexity of the athlete monitoring cycle through principal component analysis. International journal of sports physiology and performance : IJSPP, 14(9), 1304-1310. https://doi.org/10.1123/ijspp.2019-0045

Purpose: The purpose of this invited commentary is to discuss the use of principal component analysis (PCA) as a dimension reduction and visualisation tool to assist in decision making and communication when analysing complex multivariate data sets a... Read More about Visualising the complexity of the athlete monitoring cycle through principal component analysis.

Do psychopharmacological interventions affect suicide reattempters? Implications for practice and research (2019)
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Fishburn, K. E., & Barker, A. P. (2019). Do psychopharmacological interventions affect suicide reattempters? Implications for practice and research. Evidence-Based Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2019-103086

Commentary on: Irigoyen M, Segovia AP, Galván L, et al. Predictors of re-attempt in a cohort of suicide attempters: a survival analysis. J Affect Disord. 2019 Mar 15;247:20-28. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2018.12.050. Epub 18 Dec 2018.

Reasons to doubt the generalizability, reliability, and diagnosticity of fast mapping (FM) for rapid lexical integration (2019)
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Gaskell, M. G., & Lindsay, S. (2019). Reasons to doubt the generalizability, reliability, and diagnosticity of fast mapping (FM) for rapid lexical integration. Cognitive neuroscience, 10(4), 234-236. https://doi.org/10.1080/17588928.2019.1600487

The possibility of fast mapping (FM) promoting rapid lexical integration challenges complementary systems accounts of word learning. Here, we first question the diagnosticity of orthographic lexical competition prior to sleep as an indicator of lexic... Read More about Reasons to doubt the generalizability, reliability, and diagnosticity of fast mapping (FM) for rapid lexical integration.

Textual representation, class exploitation and the postcolonial: is the proletariat always in twilight? (2019)
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Baker, C. (2019). Textual representation, class exploitation and the postcolonial: is the proletariat always in twilight?. New perspectives : interdisciplinary journal of Central & East European politics and international relations, 27(1), 3-8

Commentary on Rade Zinaic, 'Twilight of the Proletariat: Reading Critical Balkanology as Liberal Ideology' (New Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Journal of Central and East European Politics 25:1 (2017), 19-54)

Data reduction analyses of animal behaviour: avoiding Kaiser’s criterion and adopting more robust automated methods (2019)
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Blake Morton, F., & Altschul, D. (2019). Data reduction analyses of animal behaviour: avoiding Kaiser’s criterion and adopting more robust automated methods. Animal behaviour, 149, 89-95. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2019.01.003

Data reduction analyses such as principal components and exploratory factor analyses identify relationships within a set of potentially correlated variables, and cluster correlated variables into a smaller overall quantity of groupings. Because of th... Read More about Data reduction analyses of animal behaviour: avoiding Kaiser’s criterion and adopting more robust automated methods.

Why would a special FM process exist in adults, when it does not appear to exist in children? (2019)
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O’Connor, R. J., Lindsay, S., Mather, E., & Riggs, K. J. (2019). Why would a special FM process exist in adults, when it does not appear to exist in children?. Cognitive neuroscience, 10(4), 221-222. https://doi.org/10.1080/17588928.2019.1574260

Cooper Greve, and Henson (this issue)  caution restraint before accepting that a fast mapping (FM) process exists in adults. We welcome this, but would also add that the original rationale for studying FM in adults is not currently supported by devel... Read More about Why would a special FM process exist in adults, when it does not appear to exist in children?.

Adolescent girls are susceptible to sexual pressure, coercion and victimisation and strategies need to be developed and aimed at males and females to prevent this (2018)
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Wilkinson, Y. (2018). Adolescent girls are susceptible to sexual pressure, coercion and victimisation and strategies need to be developed and aimed at males and females to prevent this. Evidence-Based Nursing, 21(4), 109-109. https://doi.org/10.1136/eb-2018-102966

Commentary on: Morrison-Beedy D, Grove L. Adolescent girls’ experiences with sexual pressure, coercion, and victimization: #MeToo. Worldviews Evid Based Nurs 2018;15:225–229.

Is climate change an unforeseen, irresistible and external factor – A force majeure in marine environmental law? (2016)
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Saul, R., Barnes, R., & Elliott, M. (2016). Is climate change an unforeseen, irresistible and external factor – A force majeure in marine environmental law?. Marine pollution bulletin, 113(1-2), 25-35 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.06.074

© 2016 Elsevier Ltd Several environmental laws include provisions on natural causes or force majeure, which except States from their commitments if it can be proven that the failure to meet the commitment is due to factors outside their control. The... Read More about Is climate change an unforeseen, irresistible and external factor – A force majeure in marine environmental law?.

Sleep, evolution and brains : Commentary on Herculano-Houzel S (2015): Decreasing sleep requirement with increasing numbers of neurons as a driver for bigger brains and bodies in mammalian evolution. Proc Biol Sci 282:20151853 (2016)
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Barton, R. A., & Capellini, I. (2016). Sleep, evolution and brains : Commentary on Herculano-Houzel S (2015): Decreasing sleep requirement with increasing numbers of neurons as a driver for bigger brains and bodies in mammalian evolution. Proc Biol Sci 282:20151853. Brain, behavior and evolution, 87(2), 65-68. https://doi.org/10.1159/000443716

Commentary on Herculano-Houzel S (2015): Decreasing Sleep Requirement with Increasing Numbers of Neurons as a Driver for Bigger Brains and Bodies in Mammalian Evolution. Proc Biol Sci 282:20151853