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A subjective sense of uncertainty is a common theme in the experience of patients with epilepsy. Lack of control has also been implicated as an etiologic factor in the development of psychosocial problems in epilepsy. Cognitive-behavioral interventions emphasizing the mediating role of thoughts and self-control appear to be particularly relevant for(More)
Clinicians are often confronted with the self-report of memory difficulties by patients. This study explored the possible correlates of subjective memory in 67 adult Chinese patients with epilepsy in Hong Kong. These correlates include epilepsy-related factors, mood state, and actual performance on neuropsychological tests. Results suggested that there(More)
CHRIS/Proba represents a new generation of hyperspectral-oriented data that provides different viewing angles of the same scene. This multi-angle acquisition, with 18 bands between 0.4-1 µm at five different angles, can substantially improve characterization of various land-cover types. However, with around 18m pixel size, the spatial resolution is still(More)
BACKGROUND Little is known about sex knowledge, attitudes, and high-risk sexual behaviors among unmarried youth in Hong Kong. It is of public health importance to investigate this topic to inform sex education, policymaking, and prevention and intervention programs. METHODS Based on the Youth Sexuality Survey conducted by Hong Kong Family Planning(More)
Monitoring and reporting on the status of Natura 2000 habitats is an obligation under the 1992 Habitats Directive for each member state of the European Union (EU). Satellite imagery providing up-to-date information for a large areal coverage could be an interesting source to complement conventional, but laborious, field-driven surveying methods. Quality of(More)
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