Daniel Morillo

Martín Cabero1
Eline Van Geert1
Pilar Bravo1
1Martín Cabero
1Eline Van Geert
1Pilar Bravo
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Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) is a rare clonal disease. To date, many reviews and series have been described. We report the experience of our center by presenting a review of 56 PNH patient cases with an average age at diagnosis of 38 yr and follow-ups beginning at approximately 40 yr; the median survival rate was 11 yr. The average clonal size(More)
  • Eline Van Geert, Altan Orhon, Iulia A. Cioca, Rui Mamede, Slobodan Golušin, Barbora Hubená +1 other
  • 2016
Self-report personality questionnaires, traditionally offered in a graded-scale format, are widely used in high-stakes contexts such as job selection. However, job applicants may intentionally distort their answers when filling in these questionnaires, undermining the validity of the test results. Forced-choice questionnaires are allegedly more resistant to(More)
BACKGROUND Forced-choice tests (FCTs) were proposed to minimize response biases associated with Likert format items. It remains unclear whether scores based on traditional methods for scoring FCTs are appropriate for between-subjects comparisons. Recently, Hontangas et al. (2015) explored the extent to which traditional scoring of FCTs relates to the true(More)
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