Learn More
Memory model-based expectancy studies have shed light on the process by which expectancies may influence drinking but have not related changes in expectancy activation to drinking changes. In the present study, 38 undergraduates completed a drinking measure and factor-based and memory model-based expectancy measures, before and after an expectancy challenge(More)
The Diabcare-Singapore project was carried out in 22 clinics (general hospitals, GH and primary healthcare centres, PHC) to provide an overview of diabetes management and metabolic control status. Data from 1697 diabetic patients were collected on paper forms and analysed centrally. Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients constituted 91.4% and type I patients(More)
The Diabcare-Asia Singapore 1998 project was carried out using data from 22 centres collected on paper forms to provide an overview of diabetes management and metabolic control status in 1697 diabetic patients from both primary health care clinic (PHC) (67%) and restructured hospital (RH) (33%) settings. PHC patients were on average older than RH patients(More)
The study of how individuals organize knowledge has been a popular endeavor for several decades. As a result, techniques have been developed to assess how individuals represent and organize knowledge internally. Although several conceptual knowledge elicitation methods have been developed and used to assess the organization of knowledge, their use is often(More)
INTRODUCTION Mass screening for diabetic retinopathy is expensive and inaccessible if done by institutional ophthalmalogists. Most diabetics are seen in primary care. Hence it is logical to provide mass screening in primary care clinics. In Singapore, government polyclinics are ideal centres of screening as they are well organised and accessible to the(More)
Previous research employing indirect measures of arch structure, such as those derived from footprints, have indicated that obesity results in a "flatter" foot type. In the absence of radiographic measures, however, definitive conclusions regarding the osseous alignment of the foot cannot be made. We determined the effect of body mass index (BMI) on(More)
  • 1