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Maternal exposure to first-trimester sunshine is associated with increased birth weight in human infants.
Two alternative hypotheses have been generated to account for seasonal variation in the birth weight of human infants born in industrialized countries. First, it has been hypothesized that lowExpand
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Defining the boundary: age-related changes in childhood amnesia.
Childhood amnesia refers to the inability of adults to recall events that occurred during their infancy and early childhood. Although it is generally assumed that children and adolescents alsoExpand
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Screening for hazardous alcohol use among university students using individual questions from the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test-Consumption.
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS Abbreviated versions of the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test-Consumption (AUDIT-C) instrument have not been investigated among students. We compared a modified secondExpand
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Episodic memory and episodic foresight in 3- and 5-year-old children
Abstract In the present study, we examined the development of episodic memory and episodic foresight. Three- and 5-year-olds were interviewed individually using a personalised timeline that includedExpand
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Māori university graduates: indigenous participation in higher education
ABSTRACT Māori, the indigenous population of New Zealand, are gaining university qualifications in greater numbers. This article describes the history of Māori university graduates, their currentExpand
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Māori University success: what helps and hinders qualification completion
Māori (Indigenous New Zealand) university graduates are role models for educational success and are critical for the social and economic wellbeing of Māori whānau (extended family) and communities.Expand
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Alcohol use, mental well-being, self-esteem and general self-efficacy among final-year university students
PurposeWe aimed to quantify associations between drinking and mental well-being, self-esteem and general self-efficacy among New Zealand university students approaching graduation.MethodsA web-basedExpand
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Students Who Limit Their Drinking, as Recommended by National Guidelines, Are Stigmatized, Ostracized, or the Subject of Peer Pressure: Limiting Consumption Is All But Prohibited in a Culture of
There is an unquestionable need to address drinking patterns in subcultures where excessive drinking is normative. Regulatory bodies advocate moderating alcohol consumption but it is unclear whetherExpand
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Early memories come in small packages: episodic memory in young children and adults.
In two experiments, 3-year-old children were tested using an operant train procedure based on one originally developed by Carolyn Rovee-Collier. Children's behavioral and verbal recall of the eventExpand
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PP12.1 – 2938: Comparison of Burke-Fahn-Marsden dystonia severity, Gross Motor, Manual Abilities and Communication Function classification scales in childhood hyperkinetic movement disorders
Objective The Burke-Fahn-Marsden Dystonia Rating Scale-Movement (BFM-M) evaluates dystonia impairment, but may not reflect functional ability in paediatric movement disorders (PMD). The Gross MotorExpand
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