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Investigating Instructor Talk in Novel Contexts: Widespread Use, Unexpected Categories, and an Emergent Sampling Strategy.

Instructor Talk-noncontent language used by instructors in classrooms-is a recently defined and promising variable for better understanding classroom dynamics. Having previously characterized the Instructor Talk framework within the context of a single course, we present here our results surrounding the applicability of the Instructor Talk framework to noncontent language used by instructors in novel course contexts. We analyzed Instructor Talk in eight additional biology courses in their entirety and in 61...

Strengthening the Assessment of Self-Talk in Sports Through a Multi-Method Approach.

Although self-talk during competitive sports is common and predictive of athletes' motivation, experiences, and performance, it is difficult to accurately assess self-talk. An important, yet underexplored, next step in the assessment of self-talk is to rely on a multi-method approach. The present study sought to examine whether tennis players' self-talk assessed either via self-reports or via a live-recorded procedure would relate to each other. Competitive tennis players (N =120; M = 25.22; SD = 9.82) were...

Conflicting perspectives mediate the relation between parents' and preschoolers' self-referent mental state talk during collaboration.

We examined the relations between the referent of parents and preschoolers' mental state talk during a collaborative puzzle-solving task (N = 146 dyads; n = 81 3-year-olds, n = 65 4-year-olds). The results showed that parents' references to their own knowledge and beliefs (self-referent cognitive talk), and references to their child's knowledge and beliefs (child-referent cognitive talk) were both related to children's (primarily self-referent) cognitive talk. We then tested whether any of the observe...

The Cross-Talk Between TGF-β and Periostin Can Be Targeted for Pulmonary Fibrosis.

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a devastating disease characterized as progressive and irreversible fibrosis in the interstitium of lung tissues. There is still an unmet need to develop a novel therapeutic drug for IPF. We have previously demonstrated that periostin, a matricellular protein, plays an important role in the pathogenesis of pulmonary fibrosis. However, the underlying mechanism of how periostin causes pulmonary fibrosis remains unclear. In this study, we sought to learn whether the cross...

Investigating the Influence and a Potential Mechanism of Self-compassion on Experimental Pain: Evidence from a Compassionate Self-talk Protocol and Heart Rate Variability.

Previous studies have indicated a positive relationship between self-compassion and psychological and emotional well-being in chronic pain populations. However, evidence on the role and mechanisms of self-compassion in pain perception is largely limited. The current study was designed to investigate the effects and a potential mechanism of self-compassion on experimental pain. Thirty healthy participants underwent a compassionate self-talk protocol, which was followed by cold pain exposure during which high...

Mechanisms of Motivational Interviewing for Antiretroviral Medication Adherence in People with HIV.

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV requires strict regimen adherence. Motivational interviewing (MI) can improve ART adherence. MI process studies have rarely focussed on ART adherence. Such studies may facilitate MI modifications to improve outcomes. This study employed a single group pre and post-test design with 62 adults with HIV (16 female; mean age 40 years). Therapist use of MI-consistent (MICO) methods, MI spirit, and client change and sustain talk were coded from an MI session. Relationships wer...

All It Takes for Corruption in Health Systems to Triumph, Is Good People Who Do Nothing Comment on "We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems".

Numerous investigations demonstrate that the problem of corruption in the health sector is enormous and has grave negative consequences for patients. Nevertheless, the problem of corruption in health systems is far from eminent in the international health policy debate. Hutchinson, Balabanova, and McKee have identifed in their Editorial five reasons why the health policy community has been reluctant to talk about it: (1) Problem of defining corruption; (2) Some corrupt practices are actually ways of making ...

We Need to Measure and Address Corruption and Poor Governance in Health Systems Comment on "We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems".

Hutchinson et al offer a compelling argument for greater attention to and work in corruption in healthcare. We indeed need to talk about corruption, to understand and to grasp how to prevent and address it. This paper lays out some of the rationale for how to define the research questions, how best to address corruption - arguing that governance rather than corruption may offer a preferred starting point, and highlighting some options for measuring, analyzing and stemming corruption.

Aflibercept and Ranibizumab Modulate Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells Function by Acting on Their Cross Talk with Vascular Endothelial Cells.

We performed co-culture experiments between human RPE cells (ARPE-19) and human umbilical vascular endothelial cells (HUVEC) in order to evaluate how anti-VEGF drugs could affect NO release, mitochondrial function, the oxidative status, proliferation and migration of RPE cells through modulation of their cross talk with vascular endothelial cells.

Let's talk about violence - more!

Baby Talk Is for Babies.

Time to talk about parents of ill children.

Some Things Are Rarely Discussed in Public - on the Discourse of Corruption in Healthcare Comment on "We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems".

In an editorial titled "We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems" the authors Hutchinson, Balabanova, and McKee hope to encourage a wider conversation about corruption in the health sector. Such conversations are difficult to hold for at least five reasons; it is hard to define corruption; corruption may allow some fragile health systems to subsist, shifting blame - are those involved in anti-corruption research colluding with corrupt officials; the legitimacy of studying corruption; and, that far...

Cross-talk between Myc and p53 in B-cell lymphomas.

Myc and p53 proteins are closely associated with many physiological cellular functions, including immune response and lymphocyte survival, and are expressed in the lymphoid organs, which are sites for the development and activation of B-cell malignancies. Genetic alterations and other mechanisms resulting in constitutive activation, rearrangement, or mutation of and contribute to the development of lymphomas, progression and therapy resistance by gene dysregulation, activation of downstream anti-apoptotic...

DNACPR: don't leave it until too late to talk.

Gender Specificity and Interpretation of Functional Cardiac Imaging: Let's Talk about Sex.

Talking the talk about tumor genomic testing.

Be Ready to Talk With Parents About Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing.

The GRIT (Gather, Restate, Inquire, Talk It Out) Framework for Addressing Microaggressions.

We need to talk about adult social care.

How obesity affects cancer treatment-and how to talk with patients about prevention.

Cross talk and optical efficiency of an energy-harvesting color projector utilizing ceramic phosphors.

A color projector screen was fabricated by filling three kinds of ceramic phosphor powders in the periodic hollow columns formed in a ${50}\;{{\rm mm}}\; \times \;{50}\;{{\rm mm}}\; \times \;{10}\;{{\rm mm}}$50mm×50mm×10mm acrylic waveguide. When a blue laser beam excited a single spot on the screen, a disk-shaped cross-talk pattern appeared. Its intensity was 5 orders of magnitude lower than that of the excited spot. The solar cells attached to the waveguide edge harvested less than 0.8% of the incident ...

Talk About the Echo: The Importance of Effective Communication in the Cardiac Operating Room.

The unfavourable inflammatory response in elderly patients after myocardial infarction: should we talk of 'dysflammaging'?

Semantic contact and semantic barriers: reactionary responses to disruptive ideas.

Revolutions are not only fought in the streets, they are also fought at the level of ideas. I conceptualize how ideas collide in people's thought, talk and texts as semantic contact. The focus of my review is to identify how people use semantic barriers to subdue disruptive ideas attributed to outgroups in terms of three layers of defense. Avoiding entails denying outgroups any perspective. Delegitimizing entails acknowledging the perspectives of outgroups but dismissing them as uninformed or deceptive. Lim...

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