K. A. Hayman

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Previous research has demonstrated that socially anxious subjects appraise their own social performance as worse than it is seen by independent observers, but are able to appraise the performance of others accurately. Three studies are reported in which socially anxious subjects evaluated their own social performance after viewing it via video. In each(More)
Ion channels from sheep cardiac mitoplast (inverted inner mitochondrial membrane vesicle) preparations were incorporated into voltage-clamped planar lipid bilayers. The appearance of anion rather than cation channels could be promoted by exposing the bilayers to osmotic gradients formed by Cl− salts of large, relatively imperment, cations at a pH of 8.8.(More)
The synthesis and characterization of 10 cyano-bridged trinuclear mixed-valence compounds of the form [(NH3)5M-NC-FeII(CN)4-CN-M'(NH3)5]n+ (M = RuIII, OsIII, CrIII, or PtIV; n = 2, 3, or 4) is reported. The electronic spectra of these supramolecular compounds exhibit a single intervalent (IT) absorption band for each nondegenerate Fe-->M/M' transition. The(More)
Ion channels from sheep cardiac mitoplast (inverted inner mitochondrial membrane vesicle) preparations were incorporated into voltage-clamped planar lipid bilayers. A low-conductance anion channel (∼40 or ∼85 pS in symmetric 300 or 550 mM choline Cl, respectively), characterized by the presence of two well-defined substates, at ∼25 and ∼50% of the fully(More)
OBJECTIVES To establish the prevalence of high nutrition risk and associated health and social risk factors for New Zealand Māori and non-Māori in advanced age. DESIGN A cross sectional analysis of inception cohorts to LiLACS NZ. SETTING Bay of Plenty and Lakes region of the North Island, New Zealand. PARTICIPANTS 255 Māori and 400 non- Māori(More)
The Federal Rules of Evidence prohibit disclosure to civil jurors of information that is arguably related to their decision-making (e.g., that either party is insured). The basis for so-called “blindfolding” is that a jury might be biased by this information to alter its appraisal of the evidence to reach a desired verdict. The purpose of this study was to(More)
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