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The effects of sucrose and maize oil on subsequent food intake and mood (1999)
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Reid, M., & Hammersley, R. (1999). The effects of sucrose and maize oil on subsequent food intake and mood. British Journal of Nutrition, 82(6), 447-455. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0007114599001701

The effects of sucrose and oil preloads were explicitly compared in a single-blind controlled trial using a between-subjects design. Eighty adult subjects (forty-three male, thirty-seven female) aged 18-50 years received at 11.00 hours one of four yo... Read More about The effects of sucrose and maize oil on subsequent food intake and mood.

Do the rich really die young? Alcohol-related mortality and social class in Great Britain, 1988-94 (1999)
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Harrison, L., & Gardiner, E. (1999). Do the rich really die young? Alcohol-related mortality and social class in Great Britain, 1988-94. Addiction, 94(12), 1871-1880. doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.1999.9412187112.x

Aims. To determine whether social class is a major influence on alcohol- related mortality in the general, economically active population of Great Britain. Design and participants. Poisson regression of rates of mortality known to be directly caused... Read More about Do the rich really die young? Alcohol-related mortality and social class in Great Britain, 1988-94.

Obstetric anal sphincter injury - Prospective evaluation of incidence (1999)
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Varma, A., Gunn, J., Gardiner, A., Lindow, S. W., & Duthie, G. S. (1999). Obstetric anal sphincter injury - Prospective evaluation of incidence. Diseases of the colon & rectum, 42(12), 1537-1542. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf02236202

PURPOSE An obstetrically damaged anal sphincter is the principal cause of the development of fecal incontinence in otherwise healthy females. Reports suggest that such damage complicates as many as 35 percent of primiparous vaginal deliveries, with 1... Read More about Obstetric anal sphincter injury - Prospective evaluation of incidence.

Comparison of tidepool phytal ostracod abundance and assemblage structure on three spatial scales (1999)
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Hull, S. (1999). Comparison of tidepool phytal ostracod abundance and assemblage structure on three spatial scales. Marine ecology progress series, 182, 201-208. doi:10.3354/meps182201

Triplicate samples of Corallina officinalis L. were collected from either side of 5 large mid-shore pools on 3 shores in north-eastern England (Ravenscar, Filey Brigg and Flamborough) in order to examine the patterns of variation in abundance of diff... Read More about Comparison of tidepool phytal ostracod abundance and assemblage structure on three spatial scales.

International law, international relations and the development of European collective security (1999)
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McCoubrey, H., & Morris, J. C. (1999). International law, international relations and the development of European collective security. Journal of conflict & security law, 4(2), 195 - 214. https://doi.org/10.1093/jcsl/4.2.195

The end of the Cold War and the dissolution of both the former-USSR and the Warsaw Pact has inevitably led to a major reorientation of European defence and security concepts. NATO, whilst retaining its core remit as a defence alliance founded upon Ar... Read More about International law, international relations and the development of European collective security.

Intertidal ostracod (Crustacea: Ostracoda) abundance and assemblage structure within and between four shores in north-east England (1999)
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Hull, S. L. (1999). Intertidal ostracod (Crustacea: Ostracoda) abundance and assemblage structure within and between four shores in north-east England. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, 79(6), 1045-1052. doi:10.1017/S0025315499001289

Triplicate samples of rockpool algae were collected at each of three tidal elevations (upper, mid and low) from four shores on the north-east coast of England. Two moderately exposed (Ravenscar, the exposed shore at Filey Brigg), and two moderately s... Read More about Intertidal ostracod (Crustacea: Ostracoda) abundance and assemblage structure within and between four shores in north-east England.

The role of labour demand elasticities in tax incidence analysis with heterogeneous labour (1999)
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Bhattarai, K., & Whalley, J. (1999). The role of labour demand elasticities in tax incidence analysis with heterogeneous labour. Empirical economics, 24(4), 599-619. https://doi.org/10.1007/s001810050075

Whether labour bears full burden of household level income and consumption taxes ultimately depends on the degree of substitutability among different types of labour in production. We find more variation in incidence patterns across households with l... Read More about The role of labour demand elasticities in tax incidence analysis with heterogeneous labour.

The alternative fairy story: Diana and the sexual dissidents (1999)
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Valentine, G., & Butler, R. (1999). The alternative fairy story: Diana and the sexual dissidents. Journal of gender studies, 8(3), 295-302. doi:10.1080/095892399102553

By drawing on feminist and queer theory this paper explores the nature of Diana, Princess of Wales' changing relationship with the gay comnunity, and gay politics. We argue that from her wedding to her funeral, Diana's life and death epitomised a ser... Read More about The alternative fairy story: Diana and the sexual dissidents.

The experience of change through introducing integrated pathways of care in an orthopaedic unit (1999)
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Edmond, L. (1999). The experience of change through introducing integrated pathways of care in an orthopaedic unit. Journal of orthopaedic nursing, 3(4), (188-192). doi:10.1016/S1361-3111(99)80003-X. ISSN 1361-3111

This report describes and defines the introduction of integrated care pathways (ICPs) in an orthopaedic unit, within a NHS Trust. The background and influences are discussed, as are the effects of clinical governance, the planned change and implement... Read More about The experience of change through introducing integrated pathways of care in an orthopaedic unit.

Reproduction in four populations of brooding periwinkle (Littorina) at Ravenscar, North Yorkshire: adaptation to the local environment? (1999)
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Hull, S. L., Grahame, J., & Mill, P. J. (1999). Reproduction in four populations of brooding periwinkle (Littorina) at Ravenscar, North Yorkshire: adaptation to the local environment?. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, 79(5), 891-898. doi:10.1017/s0025315499001058

The current study examines the reproductive patterns found within four ovoviviparous, brooding periwinkle populations on one shore in the north-east coast of England; the boulder dwelling populations Littorina saxatilis H (upper-shore form with thin... Read More about Reproduction in four populations of brooding periwinkle (Littorina) at Ravenscar, North Yorkshire: adaptation to the local environment?.

Displacement encoder using sine micro-window grating (1999)
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Wang, C., Ma, X., Zhang, G., & Guo, S. (1999). Displacement encoder using sine micro-window grating. Acta Optica Sinica, 19(8), 1153-1157

A novel displacement encoder, employing a sine micro-window grating and featuring high quality signals free from harmonic errors, was developed. The sine micro-window grating is a special component composed of arrays of micro-elements with a sine win... Read More about Displacement encoder using sine micro-window grating.

Contextualizing learning and teaching: Academics and the history curriculum of the future (1999)
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Porter, J. (1999). Contextualizing learning and teaching: Academics and the history curriculum of the future. Innovations in education and teaching international, 36(3), 219-223. https://doi.org/10.1080/1355800990360307

This paper reviews the broader overall context to the current emphasis upon teaching and learning within university higher education in the UK and beyond. It considers how change might impact upon both the role of academic historian and the teaching... Read More about Contextualizing learning and teaching: Academics and the history curriculum of the future.

Regional peacekeeping in the post‐cold war era (1999)
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Morris, J., & McCoubrey, H. (1999). Regional peacekeeping in the post‐cold war era. International Peacekeeping, 6(2), 129-151. https://doi.org/10.1080/13533319908413775

The end of the Cold War has brought about a major change in the paradigm of UN peace support action. The organization has found itself unable successfully to sustain the increasing demands placed upon it and has sought other mechanisms through which... Read More about Regional peacekeeping in the post‐cold war era.

Numerical computation and analysis of the Titchmarsh-Weyl mα(λ)  function for some simple potentials (1999)
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Witwit, M. R. M., Gordon, N. A., & Killingbeck, J. (1999). Numerical computation and analysis of the Titchmarsh-Weyl mα(λ)  function for some simple potentials. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 106(1), 131-143. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0377-0427%2899%2900061-8

This article is concerned with the Titchmarsh-Weyl mα(λ) function for the differential equation d2y/dx2+[-q(x)]y=0. The test potential q(x)=x2, for which the relevant mα(λ) functions are meromorphic, having simple poles at the points =4k+1 and =4k+3,... Read More about Numerical computation and analysis of the Titchmarsh-Weyl mα(λ)  function for some simple potentials.

Prophylaxis to combat HIV infection after sexual exposure (1999)
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Hayter, M. (1999). Prophylaxis to combat HIV infection after sexual exposure. Nursing Times, 95(23), 44 - 45

This article explores the use of drugs to treat patients who have recently been exposed to HIV. Known as postsexual exposure prophylaxis, this emerging practice has been accused of creating a number of problems for HIV prevention. However, there is a... Read More about Prophylaxis to combat HIV infection after sexual exposure.

The effects of carbohydrates on arousal (1999)
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Reid, M., & Hammersley, R. (1999). The effects of carbohydrates on arousal. Nutrition research reviews, 12(1), 3-23

Carbohydrate ingestion may reduce arousal, although some studies have failed to find this effect. Arousal has generally been measured by mood scales. Reductions in rated arousal have sometimes been interpreted as indicating direct effects of serotoni... Read More about The effects of carbohydrates on arousal.