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Phonetic convergence in college roommates
Abstract Previous studies have found that talkers converge or diverge in phonetic form during a single conversational session or as a result of long-term exposure to a particular linguisticExpand
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Not So Fast: The (Not-Quite-Complete) Dissociation Between Accuracy and Confidence in Thin-Slice Impressions
After decades of research highlighting the fallibility of first impressions, recent years have featured reports of valid impressions based on surprisingly limited information, such as photos andExpand
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Stigmatization of Substance Use Disorders Among Internal Medicine Residents
ABSTRACT Background: Evidence suggests that some physicians harbor negative attitudes towards patients with substance use disorders (SUDs). The study sought to (1) measure internal medicineExpand
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Surrogate expectations in severe brain injury
Abstract Objective: To understand what influences surrogate decision-makers’ expectation that a patient with a disorder of consciousness (DOC; those in a coma, the vegetative state or the minimallyExpand
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Lip-reading and the ventilated patient*
Objective: To present a clinical ethics case report that illustrates the benefits of using lip-reading interpreters for ventilated patients who are capable of mouthing words. Design: Case report.Expand
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The Palliative Effects of System Justification on the Health and Happiness of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals
Across three studies, we examine the correlates of subjective well-being and mental and physical health among members of a historically disadvantaged group, namely, lesbian, gay, bisexual, andExpand
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Improving Communication With Surrogate Decision-Makers: A Pilot Initiative.
BACKGROUND Difficult conversations in medical care often occur between physicians and patients' surrogates, individuals entrusted with medical decisions for patients who lack the capacity to makeExpand
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Using and Seeing Co-speech Gesture in a Spatial Task
Visibility of speakers’ conversational hand gestures has been shown to facilitate listeners’ comprehension. Is this true for all types of gestures? In Experiment 1, speakers were videotapedExpand
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Niall Bolger Impressions Not So Fast : The ( Not-Quite-Complete ) Dissociation Between Accuracy and Confidence in Thin-Slice
After decades of research highlighting the fallibility of first impressions, recent years have featured reports of valid impressions based on surprisingly limited information, such as photos andExpand
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Predictors of Attitudes Toward Gay Men and Lesbian Women in 23 Countries
Dominant accounts of sexual prejudice posit that negative attitudes toward nonheterosexual individuals are stronger for male (vs. female) targets, higher among men (vs. women), and driven, in part,Expand
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