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    • Teaching children with autism: a basic component skill of perspective-taking 

      O'Hora, Denis (Wiley, 2010-09-26)
      Perspective-taking is an area of human functioning that is rarely studied by behavior analysts but likely entails a complex repertoire of verbal and relational behavior. Perspective-taking is generally acknowledged to be ...
    • Temporal tolerance circumscribed 

      Elliott, Mark (Taylor & Francis, 2005-05)
      Chen's topological theory of perceptual organization includes the idea that equivalences in spatial organization and the organization of subjective experiences of time may be derived by means of common expression in terms ...
    • Time for complete transparency about conflicts of interest in public health nutrition research [version 2; referees: 2 approved] 

      Hennessy, Marita; Cullerton, Katherine; Baker, Phil; Brown, Amy; Crawley, Helen; Hayes, Catherine; Kearney, Patricia M; Kelly, Colette; McKee, Martin; Mialon, Melissa; Petticrew, Mark; Rundall, Patti; Trickey, Heather; White, Martin; Redsell, Sarah (F1000Research, 2019-03-04)
      We are a group of researchers and academics with decades of experience in the protection and promotion of public health. We are writing to raise our concerns about how conflicts of interest are reported in public health ...
    • Toileting problems in children and adolescents with parent-reported diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder 

      Leader, Geraldine; Francis, Kady; Mannion, Arlene; Chen, June (Springer, 2018-03-22)
      The current study investigated toileting problems in one hundred and twenty-seven children and adolescents with parent-reported diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder. Toileting refers to the accomplishment of various ...
    • Transparent and reproducible pain research: a critical review 

      Lee, Hopin; Lamb, Sarah E.; Bagg, Matthew K.; Toomey, Elaine; Cashin, Aidan G.; Moseley, G. Lorimer (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins for International Association for the Study of Pain, 2018-09-01)
      Recently, the degree to which scientific publications provide a reliable source of information has come under intense scrutiny. Reports suggest that a substantial amount of published literature is likely to be biased,28 ...
    • Using a Time Timer(TM) to increase appropriate waiting behavior in a child with developmental disabilities. 

      Hayes, Deirdre; Leader, Geraldine; Healy, Olive; Grey, Ian (Elsevier, 2009)
      This study aimed to examine the use of a predictive stimulus (Time TimerTM) and delayed reinforcement to increase appropriate waiting behavior in a child with developmental disabilities and problem behavior maintained by ...
    • Using mixed methods to assess fidelity of delivery and its influencing factors in a complex self-management intervention for people with osteoarthritis and low back pain 

      Toomey, Elaine; Matthews, James; Hurley, Deirdre A. (Toomey, Elaine, Matthews, James, & Hurley, Deirdre A. (2017). Using mixed methods to assess fidelity of delivery and its influencing factors in a complex self-management intervention for people with osteoarthritis and low back pain. BMJ Open, 7(8). doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015452, 2017-08-04)
      Abstract Objectives and design Despite an increasing awareness of the importance of fidelity of delivery within complex behaviour change interventions, it is often poorly assessed. This mixed methods study aimed to establish ...
    • Visual field and task influence illusory figure responses 

      Elliott, Mark (Wiley, 2008-11)
      In normal viewing conditions, many objects are often hidden or occluded by others, therefore restricting the information that enters the eye. One ability that the human visual system has developed to compensate for this ...
    • Visual perception in a snapshot 

      Elliott, Mark (Springer, 2006-04-14)
      To study visual perception in its sub-second scale of time continues to be timely: we have more unsolved puzzles than bits of a firm undisputable knowledge about how our perceptions are created in a snapshot of time. ...
    • Which behaviour change techniques are most effective at increasing older adults self-efficacy and physical activity behaviour? A systematic review. 

      Mc Sharry, Jennifer (Springer Verlag, 2014-03-20)
      Background. Increasing self-efficacy is an effective mechanism for increasing physical activity, especially for older people. Purpose. The aim of this review was to identify behavior change techniques (BCTs) that ...
    • Work-life integration 

      Hogan, Michael J.; Hogan, Victoria (The Irish Psychologist, 2007-05)
      Work is an integral part of life. Human adaptation implies acquisition of the means to sustain life. But there is more to life than work: there is personal life, family life, and life within one's social network and culture ...