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Categoric and Extended Autobiographical Memories
When people recall specific events in response to word cues, they often give overgeneral memories. These are either “categoric” (e.g., “Times I have fallen downstairs”) or “extended” memories (e.g.,Expand
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Influence of task demand characteristics on workload and performance.
Two experiments are reported that examined the influence of variation in task demand on performance and workload. The first experiment considered how the manipulation of prior level of task demandExpand
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Obesogenic Diets in European Children: From Nutrients to Upstream Factors
Introduction: Poor nutrition is a major contributor to the overall burden of disease. Worldwide, nutrition-related diseases have become a major health concern, reportedly causing a loss of over 56Expand
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Parental views on public-policy options regarding healthy eating
As part of the IDEFICS obesity intervention study, baseline opinions about key issues were elicited from the parents of children about to take part in the intervention in eight European countries.Expand
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Experiment for the Future
Are the present 10 statutory categories of handicap likely to be abolished in the next year or two? A DES experiment with summaries that introduce five wider areas of handicap than the existingExpand
I. Kant's Moral Philosophy: Judges in Our Own Case: Kantian Legislation and Responsibility Attribution
This paper looks at the attribution of moral responsibility in the light of Kant's claim that the maxims of our actions should be universalizable. Assuming that it is often difficult for us to judgeExpand
Consensus statement on the Reform of the Tasmanian Constitution
This is a consensus statement by a range of constitutional practitioners from Tasmania and across Australia on the proposal to give state constitutional recognition to Tasmanian aboriginal FirstExpand
Explaining epistemic injustice in medicine: tightrope walking, double binds, paths of least resistance and the invisibility of power positions to those who occupy them
Person-centered healthcare requires providers to appreciate the knowledge and perspectives of patients. Effective and appropriate care depends on such knowledge. Medical institutions can onlyExpand
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Arendt and philosophy
Taking Responsibility for Negligence and Non-negligence
Negligence reminds us that we often do and cause things unawares, occasionally with grave results. Given the lack of foresight and intention, some authors argue that people should not be judgedExpand