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- I Jack, D R T Jones
- 1994

We calculate the two-loop β-functions for soft supersymmetry-breaking interactions in a general supersymmetric gauge theory, emphasising the role of the evanescent couplings and masses that are generic to a non-supersymmetric theory. We also show that a simple set of conditions sufficient for one-loop finiteness renders a theory two-loop finite, and we… (More)

- T S Brugha, S Wheatley, +5 authors D A Shapiro
- Psychological medicine
- 2000

BACKGROUND
Social support theory and observational risk factor studies suggest that increased antenatal psychosocial support could prevent post-natal depression. We used empirical knowledge of risk and protective factors for post-natal depression not employed previously in order to develop and evaluate an antenatal preventive intervention.
METHODS
We… (More)

- I Jack, D R T Jones, L A Worthy
- 2005

We investigate the one-loop renormalisability of a general N = 1 2 supersymmetric gauge theory coupled to chiral matter, and show the existence of an N =

- I Jack, D R T Jones
- 1999

We explore a more general class of soft supersymmetry-breaking masses and interactions than that usually considered, both in general and in the MSSM context, where our results for the one-loop β-functions correct some errors in the literature. We identify a new class of one-loop finite supersymmetric theories.

- I Jack, D R T Jones
- 2001

We show that in a minimal extension of the MSSM by means of an extra U 1 gauge group, the negative mass-squared problem characteristic of the Anomaly Mediated Super-symmetry Breaking scenario is naturally solved by means of Fayet-Iliopoulos D-terms. We derive a set of sum rules for the sparticle masses which are consequences of the resulting framework.

- I Jack, D R T Jones, C G North
- 1996

We calculate the three loop gauge β-function for an abelian N = 1 supersymmetric gauge theory, using DRED. We construct a coupling constant redefinition that relates the result to the corresponding term in the NSVZ β-function, and by generalising this redefinition to the non-abelian case we derive the DRED three loop gauge β-function for the non-abelian… (More)

'Behavioral contagion' refers to an increased tendency for a behavior to be performed when socially related persons have already performed it. So understood, behavioral contagion may be involved in criminality, conduct disorder, drug abuse, suicide, and teenage pregnancy. In a recent paper we showed that contagion, when present, generates highly distinctive… (More)

A behavioral disorder is "contagious" if the risk to a given individual increases when someone in that person's vicinity, family, or social group develops the disorder. So understood, behavioral contagion may be involved in criminality, conduct disorder, drug abuse, suicide, and teenage pregnancy. Previous papers have shown that contagion generates highly… (More)

- I Jack, D R T Jones, J Panvel
- 1993

We show that Witten's two-dimensional string black hole metric is exactly conformally invariant in the supersymmetric case. We also demonstrate that this metric, together with a recently proposed exact metric for the bosonic case, are respectively consistent with the supersymmetric and bosonic σ-model conformal invariance conditions up to four-loop order.

- I Jack, D R T Jones, C G North
- 1996

We calculate the three loop anomalous dimension for a general N = 1 supersymmetric gauge theory. The result is used to probe the possible existence of renormalisation invariant relationships between the Yukawa and gauge couplings.