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Phonological Similarity and Trace Degradation in the Serial Recall Task: When CAT helps RAT, but not MAN
Phonological similarity is observed to affect serial recall detrimentally when correct-in-position scoring is used. Two experiments investigated the role of item and position accuracy scoring ofExpand
Breastfeeding and Australian GP Registrars—Their Knowledge and Attitudes
The aim of this study was to identify the breastfeeding attitudes and knowledge of a sample of Australian general practice (GP) registrars and investigate how confident and effective they thoughtExpand
Identifying Predictors of the Reasons Women Give for Choosing to Breastfeed
The aims of this article are to outline the reasons Australian women give for initiating breastfeeding, identify unique predictors for these reasons, and use principal components factor analysis toExpand
Nurses and information technology
[Executive Summary]: Synopsis: A study of 10,000 nurses in Australia (44% response rate) on their use of information technology has clearly identified that nurses recognise benefits to adoptingExpand
Creating a breastfeeding culture: a comparison of breastfeeding practises in Australia and Iran.
Breastfeeding is an unequalled way of providing ideal food for the healthy growth and development of infants and has a unique biological and emotional influence on the health of both mother andExpand
The relationship between personal breastfeeding experience and the breastfeeding attitudes, knowledge, confidence and effectiveness of Australian GP registrars.
In conjunction with other health professionals, doctors believe they play an important role in promoting breastfeeding to women. Although many have positive breastfeeding attitudes, significantExpand
Lexicality and phonological similarity: A challenge for the retrieval‐based account of serial recall?
The retrieval‐based account of serial recall (Saint‐Aubin & Poirier, 2000) attributes lexicality, phonological similarity, and articulatory suppression effects to a process where long‐termExpand
An evaluation of a telephone-based postnatal support intervention for infant feeding in a regional Australian city.
BACKGROUND Postnatal breastfeeding support in the form of home visits is difficult to accommodate in regional Australia, where hospitals often deal with harsh economic constraints in a context whereExpand
The effect of breastfeeding self-efficacy on breastfeeding duration
Breastfeeding self efficacy (BSE), or the mother's perception of her ability to breastfeed, is a psychological factor related to breastfeeding duration. This study aimed to determine if BSE uniquelyExpand
The baby-friendly hospital initiative and breastfeeding duration: relating the evidence to the Australian context
Objective: The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) is an effort by UNICEF and WHO to improve health through promoting, protecting and supporting breastfeeding. The key strategy in thisExpand