Emma Naylor

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The circalunidian hypothesis that tidal rhythms in coastal animals are controlled by two lunar-day (c.24.8 h) oscillators coupled in antiphase is challenged. Rhythmic locomotor activity patterns of the shore crab Carcinus maenas, and probably of some other species too, are more economically explained by interacting circadian (c.24 h) and true circatidal(More)
AIM To design and evaluate a clinical decision support system (CDSS) to support cardiovascular risk prevention in type 2 diabetes. METHODS A preliminary requirements specification and three prototype CDSS interface designs were developed. Seven patients and seven clinicians conducted 'usability tests' on five different task scenarios with the CDSS(More)
Sense of identity is thought to be closely related to autobiographical memory. Theoretical models of awareness suggest that both may also be related to level of awareness of memory functioning among people with early-stage dementia. This study explores the relationships between autobiographical memory, identity and awareness in early-stage dementia. Thirty(More)
Noncapsulate Haemophilus influenzae is commonly found in the airways of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), both during stable disease and during exacerbations. Neutrophils are also found in large numbers in sputum from patients with COPD, which also contains released neutrophil products such as elastase. Why H. influenzae colonizes(More)
In response to my advocacy of a circatidal/circadian model to explain behavioral rhythms in Carcinus (1), Palmer (2) raises questions concerning my initial premise, the nature of one of my model parameters, and the form of data analysis that I used. These questions are responded to and it is restated that the circatidal/circadian model of clock control(More)
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