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  • Relationship between body mass index and dental caries in children, and the influence of socio-economic status 

    Tadakamadla, Santosh Kumar; Kroon, Jeroen; Lalloo, Ratilal; Kulkarni, Suhas; Johnson, Newell (International Dental Journal, 2016)
    Objectives: To determine the association of body mass index (BMI) with dental caries in Indian schoolchildren, and to analyse the influence of socio-economic status (SES). Methods: The study population consisted ...
  • Does rumination mediate the relationship between mindfulness and depressive relapse? 

    Kearns, Nicole P.; Shawyer, Frances; Brooker, Joanne E.; Graham, Annette L.; Enticott, Joanne C.; Martin, Paul; Meadows, Graham N. (Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 2015)
    Objectives: Major depressive disorder is a significant mental illness that is highly likely to recur, particularly after three or more previous episodes. Increased mindfulness and decreased rumination have both been ...
  • Tourism problemology: Reflexivity of knowledge making 

    Lai, Kun; Li, Jun; Scott, Noel (Annals of Tourism Research, 2015)
    Although problems are a fundamental dynamics of tourism knowledge production, a systematic, exclusive, and in-depth study of tourism problems or tourism problemology has been overlooked. This study, which represents the ...
  • Labour Force Participation of Families Coping with a Disabling Condition 

    Vecchio, Nerina (Economic Analysis and Policy, 2015)
    This study examines the association between labour force participation and residing with an individual diagnosed with a disabling condition. The analysis, based on data collected in the Survey of Disability, Ageing and ...
  • A four-disc version of the Tower of London for clinical use 

    Tunstall, Jennifer; O'Gorman, John; Shum, David (Journal of Neuropsychology, 2016)
    Three studies are reported on the development of a four-disc version of the Tower of London test of planning ability. The first (n = 138) involved the selection of items based on rational and empirical criteria to provide ...

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