Angela M. Maguire

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Following study, participants received 2 tests. The 1st was a recognition test; the 2nd was designed to tap recollection. The objective was to examine performance on Test 1 conditional on Test 2 performance. In Experiment 1, contrary to process dissociation assumptions, exclusion errors better predicted subsequent recollection than did inclusion errors. In(More)
In a randomized double-blind study, we compared the effect of remifentanil and alfentanil on the cardiovascular response to laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation in patients on long-term treatment for hypertension. Forty ASA II-III patients were allocated to receive (i) remifentanil 0.5 microg kg(-1) followed by an infusion of 0.1 microg kg min(-1) or (ii)(More)
Corporate sponsorship of events contributes significantly to marketing aims, including brand awareness as measured by recall and recognition of sponsor-event pairings. Unfortunately, resultant advantages accrue disproportionately to brands having a natural or congruent fit with the available sponsorship properties. In three cued-recall experiments, the(More)
We examined associative and item recognition using the maintenance rehearsal paradigm. Our intent was to control for mnemonic strategies; to produce a low, graded level of learning; and to provide evidence of the role of attention in long-term memory. An advantage for low-frequency words emerged in both associative and item recognition at very low levels of(More)
This paper addresses two Global Matching predictions in embedded-category designs: the within-category choice advantage in forced-choice recognition (superior discrimination for test choices comprising a same-category distractor); and the category length effect in forced-choice and old/new recognition (a loss in discriminability with increases in the number(More)
We carried out an audit of needle cricothyroidotomy and transtracheal ventilation used during anaesthesia for elective endolaryngeal surgery. The data on 90 consecutive procedures was collected over two years. Patients were anaesthetized using a total intravenous technique. An intravenous cannula or Tuohy needle was placed through the cricothyroid membrane(More)
BACKGROUND We compared the effects of remifentanil and alfentanil on arterial pressure and heart rate at induction of anaesthesia and tracheal intubation in 40 ASA I-III patients aged greater than 65 yr, in a randomized double-blind study. METHODS Patients received either remifentanil 0.5 microg kg(-1) over 30 s, followed by an infusion of 0.1 microg kg(More)
We compared central venous pressures, measured via a 150 mm triple lumen catheter in the internal jugular vein with simultaneous external jugular venous pressures, measured with a 5 mm cannula in the external jugular vein, in 24 patients undergoing major surgery. Patients were mechanically ventilated in the supine position. Six sets of paired measurements(More)
We compared the effect of alfentanil 10 microg.kg-1 and esmolol 1.5 mg.kg-1 on the cardiovascular responses to laryngoscopy and double-lumen endobronchial intubation in two groups of 20 ASA 2-3 patients undergoing pulmonary surgery, in a randomised double-blind study. Arterial pressure and heart rate decreased after induction of anaesthesia and increased(More)