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Correction to: Influence of frailty on anticoagulant prescription and clinical outcomes after 1‑year follow‑up in hospitalised older patients with atrial fibrillation.

In the original publication, all the collaborator names were incorrectly tagged and published online. The correct given and family names for the collaborators names should list as follows.

Correction to: Splicing mutations in human genetic disorders: examples, detection, and confirmation.

The original version on this paper contained an error. The first names and last names of Anna Abramowicz and Monika Gos are inadvertently interchanged and are incorrectly displayed in indexing sites. The correct names are presented above.

Enhancing the Language Development of Toddlers in Foster Care by Promoting Foster Parents' Sensitivity: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial.

Young children in foster care are at increased risk for problematic language development, making early intervention a critical tool in enhancing these children's foundational language abilities. This study examined the efficacy of an early preventative intervention, Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up for Toddlers (ABC-T), in improving the receptive vocabulary abilities of toddlers placed in foster care. All the children had been removed from their biological parents' care and placed into foster care. Whe...

The efficacy and safety of Modified Robert Jones bandage in total knee arthroplasty: a meta-analysis of randomized-controlled trials.

The efficacy of modified Robert Jones bandage in primary total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is controversial. On the basis of randomized controlled trials (RCTs), this systematic review and meta-analysis was conducted to evaluate the modified Robert Jones bandage in TKA.

NEWS AND NOTES: Compiled by Robert Calder and Jean O'Reilly: Compiled by Robert Calder and Jean O'Reilly.

NEWS AND NOTES: Compiled by Robert Calder and Jean O'Reilly: Compiled by Robert Calder and Jean O'Reilly.

What's in a name? Branding reclaimed water.

Reclaimed water is often presented as a cost-effective, reliable, and safe solution to increasingly common water shortages in the United States and across the globe, but studies have shown that consumers tend to object to the use of this water. Broad adoption of this technology will require consumer acceptance or at least tolerance of it, and studies have suggested that better branding could minimize consumers' concerns. In this study, we first test twenty-one potential branding names for reclaimed water us...

Do Foster Parents and Care Workers Recognize the Needs of Youth in Family Foster Care with a History of Sexual Abuse?

Children in family foster care have the right to participate in decisions regarding their life, however, adults often advocate on behalf of children. This Q methodological study explored whether shared perspectives among foster parents and care workers resemble shared perspectives of youth regarding the psychosocial needs experienced by youth with a history of sexual abuse. Participants sorted a set of statement cards according to what they thought was most important for youth. By-person factor analyses exa...

Positive emotional reactions to loved names.

Studies concerning personal attachment have successfully used loved familiar faces to prompt positive affective and physiological reactions. Moreover, the processing of emotional words shows similar physiological patterns to those found with affective pictures. The objective of this study was to assess whether the passive viewing of loved names would produce a pattern of subjective and physiological reactivity similar to that produced by the passive viewing of loved faces. The results showed that, compared ...

Common Reversal Agents/Antidotes in Small Animal Poisoning.

This article provides a quick source of information for practicing veterinarians for using various antidotes in small animal poisoning cases. For easy access, this information is included in the form of a table. The first column includes common names and/or brand names of different antidotes. In the second column, names of different toxicants or indications for which these antidotes can be used are described. The third column is the comment section that briefly describes salient points or cautions for using...

Placement disruption in foster care: Children's behavior, foster parent support, and parenting experiences.

The majority of children in foster care 24 months or longer experience three or more placements. Children's behavior problems are a primary contributor to multiple moves, but little is known about how behavior problems and other stressors lead to disruptions. This study focused on foster parents' experiences of parenting a child at risk for moves using the determinants of parenting model (Belsky, 1984) to identify potential correlates of difficult parenting experiences and placement disruption.

Correction to: Highlights from 2017: impactful topics published in the Annals of Nuclear Medicine.

The author names in the original version of this article were inversed. Correct author names were reflected here.

Executive functioning: perspectives on neurotrophic activity and pharmacology.

Executive functioning is a high-level cognitive ability, regulating other abilities and behaviors to achieve desired goals. A typical executive task can be defined as the capacity to maintain one's attention on the current task, that is, responding only to the correct but not to distractive stimuli. Impairments of executive functions, or executive dysfunctions, have a growing impact on everyday life and academic achievement and are usually an early feature, and one of the core features, in brain injury and ...

The effects of a muscarinic receptor 1 gene variant on executive and non-executive cognition in schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

Individuals with schizophrenia who are homozygous at the c.267C > A (rs2067477) single nucleotide polymorphism within the muscarinic M1 receptor gene have been reported to perform less well on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST). We investigated if rs2067477 genotype variation influenced WCST performance and non-executive cognition cross-diagnostically in a sample of 147 schizophrenia spectrum participants (SSD) and 294 healthy controls. We were unable to detect any significant differences in executi...

Executive functions and health behaviors associated with the leading causes of death in the United States: A systematic review.

Research indicates that executive functioning may predict health behavior. This systematic review provides an overview of the relationship between domains of executive functioning and health behaviors associated with the leading causes of death in the United States. A total of 114 articles met the inclusion criteria (adult sample, published in English between 1990 and November 2016) and were reviewed and synthesized. Results indicated that although many studies had mixed findings, at least one executive fun...

An Alternative to Assisted Living and Nursing Homes for Adults: Foster Care.

Foster care programs offer home-like care settings.

The role of executive function in autobiographical memory retrieval: does the type of cue word matter?

Autobiographical memories are memories for personally experienced life events. Previous research has revealed individual differences in the ability to recall specific memories that happened at a particular time and place. Some studies suggest such differences can be attributed to the varying capacity of executive function. However, little is known regarding which specific executive function skills predict autobiographical memory specificity. Participants were asked to complete multiple measures of executive...

Inferring information flow in spike-train data sets using a trial-shuffle method.

Understanding information processing in the brain requires the ability to determine the functional connectivity between the different regions of the brain. We present a method using transfer entropy to extract this flow of information between brain regions from spike-train data commonly obtained in neurological experiments. Transfer entropy is a statistical measure based in information theory that attempts to quantify the information flow from one process to another, and has been applied to find connectivit...

Correction to: Effects of Phenothiazines on Aldehyde Oxidase Activity Towards Aldehydes and N-Heterocycles: an In Vitro and In Silico Study.

Unfortunately, the original article was published with error in author names. The author names are corrected here by this correction paper. The original article has been corrected.

Investigation of the relationship between electrodermal and behavioural responses to executive tasks in Prader-Willi syndrome: An event-related experiment.

Recent work suggests that maladaptive behaviors in genetic developmental disorders may emerge from autonomic dysfunctions impacting higher order executive functions. In Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), executive functions are not well understood and investigations of possible underlying causes at the autonomic level are lacking.

A Post-Exercise Facilitation of Executive Function is Independent of Aerobically Supported Metabolic Costs.

A single-bout of aerobic or resistance training facilitates executive function and is a benefit thought to be specific to exercise durations greater than 20minutes. We sought to determine whether an executive benefit is observed for a session as brief as 10-minutes, and whether distinct and participant-specific exercise intensities - and associated metabolic costs - influence the magnitude of the benefit. Participants completed exercise sessions - via cycle ergometer - at moderate (80% of lactate threshold ...

The politics of naming public spaces in Tehran.

A study of the politics of naming public spaces in Tehran reveals a masculinist discourse lying behind the process. The majority of streets, plazas, universities and even parks have non-feminine names, and a considerable number of streets with feminine names were renamed after the Islamic Revolution. The analytical lens of this study focuses on the ideological stratification the government displays via the intentional naming of public spaces with official responses seemingly trying to determine the appropri...

Interventions with potential to target executive function deficits in addiction: current state of the literature.

The inability to stop or reduce substance use despite motivation to do so is thought to result, in part, from self-control failure and can be understood within the framework of dual process models of addiction. These models view addictive behavior as the relative balance between automatic impulses and executive decision processes. This review focuses on treatments that aim to improve executive decision processes which often become dysregulated and ineffective in individuals with substance use disorders. It ...

In Memory of Robert J. Isaacson.

Letter: A Tribute to Dr Robert J. White.

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