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OBJECTIVE To compare expert assessment with bibliometric indicators as tools to assess the quality and importance of scientific research papers. METHODS AND MATERIALS Shortly after their publication in 2005, the quality and importance of a cohort of nearly 700 Wellcome Trust (WT) associated research papers were assessed by expert reviewers; each paper was(More)
OBJECTIVE The study aimed to establish the relationships between recalled paternal rearing behaviours, core beliefs and eating symptomatology and to test whether core beliefs play a mediating role between the father-daughter relationship and eating psychopathology. DESIGN Associations between eating psychopathology, core beliefs and recalled parental(More)
It has previously been shown that stress situations reveal an association between perfectionism and unhealthy eating attitudes in nonclinical females. The present study aimed to extend these findings by also measuring psychological and physiological reactions to induced stress. Forty-two female university students completed measures of state anxiety,(More)
OBJECTIVE Core beliefs have been shown to mediate between eating psychopathology and dysfunctional parent-daughter interactions. However, the possible moderating role of core beliefs has been neglected. This study aimed to explore the hypothesis that core beliefs serve as moderator variables in the relationship between recalled parental rearing behaviours(More)
Dysthymic disorders are a major category among the mood disorders but the concept is not widely understood in many parts of the world, where it is often considered as a new name for familiar categories, such as neurotic depression, depressive personality or even neurasthenia (which is still a frequent diagnosis in many Far East countries). The purpose of(More)
Three studies were conducted to investigate people's conceptions of online trolls, particularly conceptions associated with psychological resilience to trolling. In Study 1, a factor analysis of participants' ratings of characteristics of online trolls found a replicable bifactor model of conceptions of online trolls, with a general factor of general(More)
OBJECTIVE A tooth-brushing social rank hypothesis is tested suggesting tooth-brushing duration is influenced when individuals position their behaviour in a rank when comparing their behaviour with other individuals. DESIGN Study 1 used a correlation design, Study 2 used a semi-experimental design, and Study 3 used a randomized intervention design to(More)
In addition to attenuated psychotic symptoms, individuals at high clinical risk of developing psychosis display a wide range of psychopathological features. Some of these may be subjectively perceived as more troubling than others and may therefore be more likely to trigger help-seeking behavior. We aimed at investigating the nature and prevalence of(More)
Implicit theories of online trolling: Evidence that attention-seeking conceptions are associated with increased psychological resilience. 1 Implicit theories of online trolling: Evidence that attention-seeking conceptions are associated with increased psychological resilience. Abstract Three studies were conducted to investigate people's conceptions of(More)