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Large-scale heterogeneity of the fossil record: implications for Phanerozoic biodiversity studies.
- A. Smith
- Biology, Medicine
- Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society…
- 29 March 2001
Patterns of origination, extinction and standing diversity through time have been inferred from tallies of taxa preserved in the fossil record. This approach assumes that sampling of the fossil… Expand
The PRaCTICaL study of nurse led, intensive care follow-up programmes for improving long term outcomes from critical illness: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial
- B. H. Cuthbertson, J. Rattray, +11 authors C. Waldmann
- BMJ : British Medical Journal
- 16 October 2009
Objectives To test the hypothesis that nurse led follow-up programmes are effective and cost effective in improving quality of life after discharge from intensive care. Design A pragmatic,… Expand
Efficacy of classification-based cognitive functional therapy in patients with non-specific chronic low back pain: A randomized controlled trial
- K. Vibe Fersum, P. O'Sullivan, JS Skouen, A. Smith, A. Kvåle
- European journal of pain
- 4 December 2012
Non‐specific chronic low back pain disorders have been proven resistant to change, and there is still a lack of clear evidence for one specific treatment intervention being superior to another.
Deciphering deuterostome phylogeny: molecular, morphological and palaeontological perspectives
Deuterostomes are a monophyletic group of animals that include the vertebrates, invertebrate chordates, ambulacrarians and xenoturbellids. Fossil representatives from most major deuterostome groups,… Expand
The Seasonal Mobility Model for Prehistoric Herders in the South-western Cape of South Africa Assessed by Isotopic Analysis of Sheep Tooth Enamel
Abstract A pattern of seasonal mobility between the coast and the hinterland by Khoekhoe pastoralists in the south-western Cape of South Africa was documented at the time of European contact. Because… Expand
Phylogenetic Relationship , Divergence Times , and Rates of Molecular Evolution for Camarodont Sea Urchins ’
- A. Smith
The phylogenetic relationships of 21 relatively common and well-studied genera of camarodont echinoids were established using a numerical cladistic approach. This combines data about test morphology,… Expand
Adverse Psychological Impact of Operative Obstetric Interventions: A Prospective Longitudinal Study
Objective: This paper reports the findings of a prospective longitudinal study of 272 nulliparous pregnant women, which investigated as one of its objectives the psychological sequelae of obstetric… Expand
Factors associated with self-disclosure of HIV serostatus to significant others.
- J. Petrak, A. Doyle, A. Smith, C. Skinner, B. Hedge
- Psychology, Medicine
- British journal of health psychology
- 1 February 2001
OBJECTIVES To examine rates and patterns of self-disclosure of HIV serostatus amongst individuals attending an out-patient HIV clinic in East London. DESIGN A cross-sectional survey design was… Expand
Job strain, effort - reward imbalance, and stress at work: competing or complementary models?
- M. Calnan, E. Wadsworth, Margaret May, A. Smith, D. Wainwright
- Psychology, Medicine
- Scandinavian journal of public health
- 1 March 2004
Background: The Demand Control Model (DCM) and the Effort - Reward Imbalance Model (ERI) offer putative explanations of the relationship between stressful working conditions, job strain, and… Expand
Effects of caffeine in non‐withdrawn volunteers
Evidence for the behavioural effects of caffeine is prevalent in the literature. It is associated with increased subjective alertness, improved reaction time and enhanced encoding of new information.… Expand