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Prevalence of HIV infection in a general psychiatric outpatient population.
The prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in the general psychiatric population is unknown. The authors conducted a retrospective review of all patients evaluated through theExpand
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Introducing Cognitive Development
Introduction. The Starting Position. The Development of Symbolic Thought. Thinking and Reasoning. Language Development. Reading, Writing and Dyslexia. Theory of Mind. Conclusions.
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Shape constancy and theory of mind: is there a link?
In three experiments, children aged between 4 and 7 years viewed a circular disc oriented at a slant. The disc was made of luminous material and situated in a darkened chamber. Children of all agesExpand
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Labelling and self‐esteem: the impact of using specific vs. generic labels
The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between being labelled either as having dyslexia or as having general special educational needs (SEN) and a child's self‐esteem. Seventy‐fiveExpand
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The national marine sanctuary program: Recommendations for the program's future
The National Marine Sanctuary Program (NMSP) was established in 1972 to protect coastal and marine resources while also managing these resources for public use. This paper examines the NMSP byExpand
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Judgments of apparent shape contaminated by knowledge of reality: Viewing circles obliquely
In two experiments, participants viewed a circular disc oriented at a slant (which therefore appeared elliptical). The disc was made of luminous material and situated in a darkened chamber to removeExpand
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Preventing radicalisation: a systematic review of literature considering the lived experiences of the UK’s Prevent strategy in educational settings
Abstract This article surveys relevant literature on experiences of the Prevent Strategy in the UK in order to explore the role of schools in preventing radicalisation. The first section explores theExpand
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Predictors of single word spelling in English‐speaking children: A cross‐sectional study
Background: The study aimed to explore to what extent variables associated with lexical and sublexical spelling processes predicted single word spelling ability, and whether patterns of lexical andExpand