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The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 3: 12 August 1810 to 17 June 1811 (2006)
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Ray, K., Looney, J., Perdue, S., Haggard, R., & Lautenschlager, J. (2006). The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 3: 12 August 1810 to 17 June 1811. Princeton University Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv301fsm

Volume Three of the definitive edition of Thomas Jefferson's papers from the end of his presidency until his death presents 567 documents covering the period from 12 August 1810 to 17 June 1811. Jefferson is now firmly ensconced in retirement at Mont... Read More

The role of exploratory action in face encoding (2006)
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Liu, C., & Ward, J. (2006). The role of exploratory action in face encoding. Perception, 35(ECVP Abstract Supplement), (212 - 212). ISSN 0301-0066

Research on face recognition has mainly relied on methods where observers are relatively passive viewers of face stimuli. We investigated whether active exploration of 3-D face stimuli could facilitate recognition performance. A yoked design was empl... Read More

Transfer between two- and three-dimensional representations of faces (2006)
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Liu, C. H., Ward, J., & Young, A. W. (2006). Transfer between two- and three-dimensional representations of faces. Visual Cognition, 13(1), (51-64). doi:10.1080/13506280500143391. ISSN 1350-6285

Because stereoscopic depth cues are not present in an ordinary photograph, matching a two-dimensional (2-D) photograph to a three-dimensional (3-D) face requires establishing a correspondence between information derived from monocular depth cues and... Read More

Gender-role attitudes and reproductive health communication among female adolescents in South Nyanza, Kenya (2006)
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Agwanda, A., Obare, F., & Magadi, M. (2006). Gender-role attitudes and reproductive health communication among female adolescents in South Nyanza, Kenya. Etude de la population africaine = African population studies, 21(1), (37 - 54). ISSN 0850-5780

In this paper, we use data from three districts of NyanzaProvince in Kenya to examine gender-role attitudes and reproductive health communication among adolescent females aged 12-19 years. We test for differences in gender-role attitudes between youn... Read More

Face recognition in pictures is affected by perspective transformation but not by the centre of projection (2006)
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Liu, C. H., & Ward, J. (2006). Face recognition in pictures is affected by perspective transformation but not by the centre of projection. Perception, 35(12), (1637-1650). doi:10.1068/p5545. ISSN 0301-0066

Recognition of unfamiliar faces is susceptible to image differences caused by angular sizes subtended from the face to the camera. Research on perception of cubes suggests that apparent distortions of a shape due to large camera angle are correctable... Read More

Temporal and spatio-temporal attention to tactile stimuli in extinction patients (2006)
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Guerrini, C., & Aglioti, S. M. (2006). Temporal and spatio-temporal attention to tactile stimuli in extinction patients. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior, 42(1), (17-27). doi:10.1016/S0010-9452(08)70318-6. ISSN 0010-9452

The temporal deployment of attention to tactile stimuli delivered to the same or to a symmetrical position of the body was assessed in 6 Right-Brain Damaged (RBD) patients with left tactile extinction and 6 healthy controls. Two different tasks calle... Read More

Choices for maternity care are they still ‘an illusion’? : A qualitative exploration of women’s experiences in early pregnancy (2006)
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Jomeen, J. (2006). Choices for maternity care are they still ‘an illusion’? : A qualitative exploration of women’s experiences in early pregnancy. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 9(SUPPL. 2), (e191-e200). doi:10.1016/j.cein.2006.10.002. ISSN 1361-9004

ObjectiveThis paper presents a study exploring women's experiences of making choices for maternity care in early pregnancy. The content will provide clinically useful information to midwives and health care professionals involved in caring for pregna... Read More

Electric field induced blueshift of the e1-hh1 exciton transition in a GaAs1-xNx/GaAs (x<1%) stepped quantum well (2006)
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Hill, G., Hopkinson, M., Steer, M. J., Gupta, R., Lim, A. C., & Haywood, S. K. (2006). Electric field induced blueshift of the e1-hh1 exciton transition in a GaAs1-xNx/GaAs (x<1%) stepped quantum well. Applied physics letters, 89(26), 261110. doi:10.1063/1.2424278

The authors present room temperature photoluminescence and photocurrent measurements on a three layer GaAsNGaAs Al0.35 Ga0.65 As (N≤1%) stepped quantum well. A blueshift in the ground state transition energy is observed with the application of an ele... Read More

Anterior anal sphincter repair for fecal incontinence: Good longterm results are possible (2006)
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Maslekar, S., Gardiner, A. B., & Duthie, G. S. (2007). Anterior anal sphincter repair for fecal incontinence: Good longterm results are possible. Journal of The American College of Surgeons, 204(1), (40-46). doi:10.1016/j.jamcollsurg.2006.10.008. ISSN 1072-7515

Background: Anterior anal sphincter repair (ASR) is standard treatment for fecal incontinence resulting from an obstetrically damaged anal sphincter. Longterm results of repair have generally been shown to be poor. This review of single-unit series a... Read More

Patterns in species richness and endemism of European freshwater fish (2006)
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Reyjol, Y., Hugueny, B., Pont, D., Bianco, P. G., Beier, U., Caiola, N., …Virbickas, T. (2007). Patterns in species richness and endemism of European freshwater fish. Global ecology and biogeography, 16(1), 65-75. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2006.00264.x

Aim To analyse the patterns in species richness and endemism of the native European riverine fish fauna, in the light of the Messinian salinity crisis and the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Location European continent. Methods After gathering native fis... Read More

Non-firearm weapon use and injury severity: priorities for prevention (2006)
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Brennan, I. R., Moore, S. C., & Shepherd, J. P. (2006). Non-firearm weapon use and injury severity: priorities for prevention. Injury Prevention, 12(6), 395-399. doi:10.1136/ip.2006.011858

Objectives: To test the hypothesis that weapon-related violence (excluding firearms) results in more severe injury relative to the use of body parts (fists, feet and other body parts), and to rank order of injury severity by assault mechanism. Design... Read More

A comparative analysis of the use of maternal health services between teenagers and older mothers in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) (2006)
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Magadi, M. A., Agwanda, A. O., & Obare, F. O. (2007). A comparative analysis of the use of maternal health services between teenagers and older mothers in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS). Social science & medicine, 64(6), (1311-1325). doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2006.11.004. ISSN 0277-9536

This paper uses Demographic and Health Surveys data from 21 countries in sub-Saharan Africa to examine the use of maternal health services by teenagers. A comparison of maternal health care between teenagers and older women, based on bivariate analys... Read More

Ethics and governance in social work research in the UK (2006)
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Dominelli, L., & Holloway, M. (2008). Ethics and governance in social work research in the UK. The British journal of social work, 38(5), 1009-1024. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcm123

The application of formal research ethics and governance structures in social work research have lagged behind those applicable in health, although in the UK, social care has been deemed to be covered by those that were used in the NHS. Whilst this l... Read More

Assessing mechanical function of the zygomatic region in macaques: validation and sensitivity testing of finite element models (2006)
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Kupczik, K., Dobson, C. A., Fagan, M. J., Crompton, R. H., Oxnard, C. E., & O'Higgins, P. (2007). Assessing mechanical function of the zygomatic region in macaques: validation and sensitivity testing of finite element models. Journal of anatomy, 210(1), 41-53. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1469-7580.2006.00662.x

Crucial to the interpretation of the results of any finite element analysis of a skeletal system is a test of the validity of the results and an assessment of the sensitivity of the model parameters. We have therefore developed finite element models... Read More

Diversity improvement estimation from rain radar databases using maximum likelihood estimation (2006)
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Paulson, K. S., Watson, R. J., & Usman, I. S. (2006). Diversity improvement estimation from rain radar databases using maximum likelihood estimation. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 54(1), 168-174. doi:10.1109/TAP.2005.861571

This research examines route diversity as a fade mitigation technique in the presence of rain, for terrestrial microwave links. The improvement in availability due to diversity depends upon the complex spatio-temporal properties of rainfall. To produ... Read More

Differential functions of tissue factor in the trans-activation of cellular signalling pathways (2006)
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Ettelaie, C., Li, C., Collier, M. E. W., Pradier, A., Frentzou, G. A., Wood, C. G., …James, N. J. (2007). Differential functions of tissue factor in the trans-activation of cellular signalling pathways. Atherosclerosis, 194(1), 88-101. https://doi.org/10.1016...rosclerosis.2006.10.010

In this study we examined the ability of tissue factor (TF) alone, or in conjunction with factor VIIa, factor Xa and TFPI in activating a number of key signalling pathways associated with cellular growth, stress and differentiation responses in human... Read More

Socio-economic dislocation and inter-war emigration to Canada and the United States: A Scottish snapshot (2006)
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Harper, M., & Evans, N. J. (2006). Socio-economic dislocation and inter-war emigration to Canada and the United States: A Scottish snapshot. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 34(4), 529-552. https://doi.org/10.1080/03086530600991456

During the 1920s emigration from Scotland exceeded the natural growth of population. Yet relatively little attention has been paid to the mechanisms of relocation, the regional and occupational origins and destinations of the emigrants or their demog... Read More

Is urbanization scrambling the genetic structure of human populations? A case study (2006)
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Ashrafian-Bonab, M., Lawson Handley, L. J., & Balloux, F. (2007). Is urbanization scrambling the genetic structure of human populations? A case study. Heredity, 98(3), (151-156). doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800918. ISSN 0018-067X

Recent population expansion and increased migration linked to urbanization are assumed to be eroding the genetic structure of human populations. We investigated change in population structure over three generations by analysing both demographic and m... Read More