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BACKGROUND There is little evidence of service user preferences to guide the commissioning and improvement of services that support life after stroke. We report the first investigation of patients' and family carers' preferences for community services after stroke using a discrete choice experiment (DCE). METHODS Two workshops with patients and family(More)
Biases in self-eval uation and memory were c ompared across nondysphoric (ND), experimentally dysphoric (ED), and naturally dysphoric (DYS) subjects. First, subjects judged the self-descriptiveness of a series of negative and positive adjectives, and w ere then given an incidental memory test. Next, subjects performed an intentional memory task w ith negati(More)
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