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Compulsive buying in Paris psychology students: Assessment of DSM-5 personality trait domains.

Compulsive buying is associated with significant psychiatric comorbidity, such as personality disorders. Few studies have focused on the dimensional model of personality disorders in compulsive buying. We aimed to assess the eventual presence of personality dysfunctions in compulsive buying according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder, 5th edition (DSM-5) dimensional conception of personality disorders. We screened online compulsive buying (QABB), characterized purchasing behavior a...


Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed: The Effects of Stress Anticipation on Working Memory in Daily Life.

The aim of this study was to examine the association between stress anticipated for the upcoming day and cognitive function later on that day, and how this relationship differed across age.

Difficulty buying food, BMI, and eating habits in young children.

To determine whether parent report of difficulty buying food was associated with child body mass index (BMI) z-score or with eating habits in young children.


The parenthood argument.

Don Marquis is well known for his future like ours theory (FLO), according to which the killing beings like us is seriously morally wrong because it deprives us of a future we can value. According to Marquis, human fetuses possess a future they can come to value, and thus according to FLO have a right to life. Recently Mark Brown has argued that even if FLO shows fetuses have a right to life, it fails to show that fetuses have a right to use their mother's body, evoking Judith Jarvis Thomson's famous violin...

Correction to: Testing for medical school selection: What are prospective doctors' experiences and perceptions of the GAMSAT and what are the consequences of testing?

The wrong acknowledgement and funding information were provided in the original publication.

"They told me all mothers have worries", stillborn mother's experiences of having a 'gut instinct' that something is wrong in pregnancy: Findings from an international case-control study.

To describe and explore 'gut instinct' that something was wrong in women who identified that they experienced gut instinct during pregnancy.

Wrong-site nerve blocks: A systematic literature review to guide principles for prevention.

Wrong-site nerve blocks (WSBs) are a significant, though rare, source of perioperative morbidity. WSBs constitute the most common type of perioperative wrong-site procedure reported to the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. This systematic literature review aggregates information about the incidence, patient consequences, and conditions that contribute to WSBs, as well as evidence-based methods to prevent them.

When Reality Is Out of Focus: Can People Tell Whether Their Beliefs and Judgments Are Correct or Wrong?

Can we tell whether our beliefs and judgments are correct or wrong? Results across many domains indicate that people are skilled at discriminating between correct and wrong answers, endorsing the former with greater confidence than the latter. However, it has not been realized that because of people's adaptation to reality, representative samples of items tend to favor the correct answer, yielding object-level accuracy (OLA) that is considerably better than chance. Across 16 experiments that used 2-alternat...

Promoting Honesty and Truthfulness When Things Go Wrong During Care Delivery for Sick Children.

Emeritus Professor and Editor-in-Chief Edward Alan Glasper discusses why children's nurses must fully adopt the duty of candour in care delivery, which in some countries is a legal obligation, to ensure that consumers of healthcare and their families are apologized to, and communicated with, openly and honestly when things have gone wrong in their care.

Buying Drugs Online in the Age of Social Media.

Domestic horses (Equus ferus caballus) fail to intuitively reason about object properties like solidity and weight.

From early infancy, humans reason about the external world in terms of identifiable, solid, cohesive objects persisting in space and time. This is one of the most fundamental human skills, which may be part of our innate conception of object properties. Although object permanence has been extensively studied across a variety of taxa, little is known about how non-human animals reason about other object properties. In this study, we therefore tested how domestic horses (Equus ferus caballus) intuitively reas...

Wrong-Site Surgery.

Acknowledgement to Reviewers of Veterinary Sciences in 2017.

Peer review is an essential part in the publication process, ensuring that Veterinary Sciences maintains high quality standards for its published papers[...].

Critics say 'right to try' wrong for patients.

Retracted: Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery in China: Multi-Center Experience.

On Authors request: "Wrong total number of cases selected in the article, wrong number of cases in the minimally invasive surgery, and there are errors in the hospital complications" Reference: Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery in China: Multi-Center Experience Kun Hua, Yang Zhao, Ran Dong, Taoshuai Liu Med Sci Monit 2018;24: 421-426 10.12659/MSM.905408.

Right Care Series gets it wrong.

Trump marches to wrong beat.

The Wrong Frame of Mind.

A practical solution for preventing wrong-side blocks.

Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences. A Long Tradition in Advancing Aging Biology and Translational Gerontology.

Erratum: Visit the workplace? What's wrong with it?

Insane Sex Offenders: Psychiatric and Legal Characteristics of Sexual Offenders Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity.

There is little known about sexual offenders hospitalized under forensic commitment statutes such as not guilty by reason of insanity (NGRI). We conducted a chart review to delineate the demographic, clinical, and legal characteristics of NGRI sexual offenders (n = 68) committed to the California Department of State Hospitals-Napa, including 41 found NGRI for a sexual offense and 27 found NGRI for a nonsexual offense. The two groups did not differ significantly in their demographics, psychiatric diagnoses, ...

Can a shared decision be wrong if made for the 'right' reasons?

Predictors for patients understanding reason for hospitalization.

To examine predictors for understanding reason for hospitalization.

Sex and aging.


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