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More important and surprising actions of a moral exemplar trigger stronger admiration and inspiration.

Admiring a moral role model has been found to inspire people to become better persons themselves. But what are the antecedents that trigger admiration and thus make inspiration more likely? In three studies, we tested the effect of perceived importance and perceived surprisingness of the moral action on resulting admiration and inspiration. Study 1 finds that perceived importance, and to a lesser extent, the perceived surprisingness of a moral action, are related to stronger admiration. Manipulating the per...

Sustained maximal inspiration has similar effects compared to incentive spirometers.

To compare the effects of flow incentive spirometer (FIS), volume incentive spirometer (VIS), and sustained maximal inspiration exercise (SMI) on breathing pattern, chest wall motion, and thoracoabdominal asynchrony.

Young Chemists: A Source of New Ideas.

Young again: A second edition of this special issue has been assembled to honor both the recent participants of the European Young Chemist Award (EYCA) as well as young and emerging scientists from around the world.

Positive Side of Social Comparison on Social Network Sites: How Envy Can Drive Inspiration on Instagram.

A growing body of research finds social network sites (SNS) such as Instagram to facilitate social comparison and the emotional experience of envy in everyday life, with harmful effects for users' well-being. Yet, previous research has exclusively focused on the negative side of social comparison and envy on SNS. Thereby, it has neglected two important aspects: (a) comparison processes can also elicit a beneficial emotional reaction to other users' online self-presentations (i.e., benign envy) and, thus, (b...

Dose variability in different lymph node levels during locoregional breast cancer irradiation: the impact of deep-inspiration breath hold.

Aim of the present analysis was to evaluate the movement and dose variability of the different lymph node levels of node-positive breast cancer patients during adjuvant radiotherapy (RT) with regional nodal irradiation (RNI) in deep-inspiration breath hold (DIBH).

Single-institution report of setup margins of voluntary deep-inspiration breath-hold (DIBH) whole breast radiotherapy implemented with real-time surface imaging.

We calculated setup margins for whole breast radiotherapy during voluntary deep-inspiration breath-hold (vDIBH) using real-time surface imaging (SI).

Deep inspiration breath hold in breast cancer: Development and analysis of a patient experience questionnaire.

Evidence that Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH) can reduce cardiac dose during left-sided breast radiation therapy (RT) has led to widespread uptake of this technology. There is a paucity of published information documenting the impact of this technique on the patient's treatment experience. The aim of this study was to develop a tool to assess the patient's experience with the introduction of DIBH using the Elekta Active Breathing Coordinator (ABC) in a single institution.

Young carers and young adult carers in Switzerland: Caring roles, ways into care and the meaning of communication.

Although there is already general recognition of the fact that many relatives provide unpaid care for family members, there is still little awareness that children, adolescents and young adults under 25 also provide such care. Until recently, the situation of young carers and young adult carers, as those young persons are referred to in international research, has not been in the focus of professionals, research and the public in Switzerland. Between September 2015 and October 2016, 30 interviews in seven c...

Psychometric properties of a new intake questionnaire for visually impaired young adults: The Participation and Activity Inventory for Young Adults (PAI-YA).

To be able to identify and monitor personal needs and goals of visually impaired young adults before and during rehabilitation trajectories, the Participation and Activity for Young Adults (PAI-YA) was developed involving young adults (18-25 years) and professionals as stakeholders. The psychometric properties of this new patient-reported outcome measure were investigated in order to develop an improved version.

Reproducibility of heart and thoracic wall position in repeated deep inspiration breath holds for radiotherapy of left-sided breast cancer patients.

Deep inspiration breath hold (DIBH) for radiotherapy of left-sided breast cancer patients can effectively move the heart away from the target and reduce the heart dose compared to treatments in free breathing. This study aims to investigate the positional reproducibility of heart edge (HE) and thoracic wall (TW) during repeated DIBHs.

Evidence for a young adult face bias in accuracy and consensus of age estimates.

Adults' face processing may be specialized for the dimensions of young adult faces. For example, young and older adults exhibit increased accuracy in normality judgments and greater agreement in attractiveness ratings for young versus older adult faces. The present study was designed to examine whether there is a similar young adult face bias in facial age estimates. In Experiment 1, we created a face age continuum by morphing an averaged young adult face with an averaged older adult face in 5% increments, ...

Information and communication technology use in daily life among young adults with mild-to-moderate intellectual disability.

Information and communication technology (ICT) increases participation in life activities, and young adults are frequent users. Young adults with intellectual disability (ID) do not use ICT as much as their peers, and little is known about how ICT is used by young adults with ID. This study describes the use of ICT from the perspective of young adults with mild to moderate ID in a municipal social care context.

Correction to: A Life Put on Pause: An Exploration of the Health-Related Quality of Life Issues Relevant to Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer, by Sodergren SC et al. J Adolesc Young Adult Oncol. 2018;7(4):453-464. DOI: 10.1089/jayao.2017.0110.

Colon Cancer in Young Adults: Trends and Their Implications.

The recent rise of young individuals under age 50 with colorectal cancer (CRC) is a startling trend in need of greater focus and research. The etiology of young-onset CRC is unexplained as efforts to blame obesity or diabetes as causative factors are simplistic and inadequate.

The parafacial respiratory group and the control of active expiration.

Breathing at rest is typically characterized by three phases: active inspiration, post-inspiration (or stage 1 expiration), and passive expiration (or stage 2 expiration). Breathing during periods of increased respiratory demand, on the other hand, engages active expiration through recruitment of abdominal muscles in order to increase ventilation. It is currently hypothesized that different phases of the respiratory rhythm are driven by three coupled oscillators: the preBötzinger Complex, driving inspirati...

How and Why School Is Important to Teenagers with Cancer: Outcomes from a Photo-Elicitation Study.

Being diagnosed with cancer during the teenage years can be significant given that young people are at a key developmental, educational, and future-planning stage. Little is known about young people's attitude toward and engagement with school postdiagnosis, nor how this changes over time. We adopted a novel qualitative approach to examine accounts over time of young people recently diagnosed with cancer.

Effect of radiographic technique on assessment of liver size in Beagles.

OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects of respiratory phase, body position, beam center location, and gastric distention on radiographic assessment of liver size in dogs. ANIMALS 12 Beagles. PROCEDURES Liver length and the ratio of liver length to T11 length were determined on lateral radiographic views obtained with various techniques. Images were acquired at maximal expiration or maximal inspiration, with dogs in right or left recumbency, with the beam centered on the caudal border of the scapula or the 13t...

A Systematic Review of How Young People Live with Inherited Disease: What Can We Learn for Li-Fraumeni Syndrome?

Li-Fraumeni syndrome (LFS), a multiorgan cancer predisposition caused by germline TP53 mutations, confers significant cancer risks for young people (15-39 years). Yet evidence of how individuals experience this condition and the psychosocial implications are lacking. Therefore, this systematic review assessed the psychosocial implications of living with, or at risk of, an autosomal dominant condition as a young person, to draw evidence that may be analogous for young people with LFS.

Preface for special column on iGEM (2018).

Themed in synthetic biology, supplemented with multiple inter-disciplines, International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM)Competition provides with a most influential and dynamic platform for young minds in the field of biology. Many college and high school teams not only achieved excellent results in this competition, but got academic breakthrough achievements as well in recent years. Hence, we launch this iGEM special editorial column, featured in latest domestic iGEM research projects. Simultaneously...

Enzalutamide after chemotherapy in advanced castration-resistant prostate cancer: the Italian Named Patient Program.

To collect efficacy and safety data of enzalutamide after docetaxel, we retrospectively evaluated the Italian Named Patient Program results.

Nephrotic syndrome with acute pulmonary embolism in young adults: Two case reports.

Pulmonary embolism (PE) is often misdiagnosed, or the diagnosis is delayed because of its diverse clinical manifestations, it may even remain asymptomatic until sudden death. Most risk factors are not associated with young people, and there is a paucity of literature regarding PE in children and young adults.

Motivations for alcohol use to intoxication among young adult gay, bisexual, and other MSM in New York City: The P18 Cohort Study.

Motivations for alcohol use to intoxication vary among young adults depending on social setting and other contextual factors. However, there is limited research exploring the role of different drinking motivations among young men who have sex with men (YMSM).

Aspects of Methamphetamine Abuse in Adolescents and Young Adults in a Thuringian County.

Drug abuse is an increasing problem among young adults in European countries. We wanted to assess the prevalence of methamphetamine and cannabis use in young people and to ask for their socioeconomic, parental and emotional background.

Intrafamilial Transmission of Parechovirus A and Enteroviruses in Neonates and Young Infants.

Parechovirus A (PeV-A) is an important cause of sepsis and meningoencephalitis in neonates and young infants. Thus, identifying the source of PeV-A is essential for prevention; however, little is known regarding the spread of PeV-A among family members of PeV-A-infected neonates and young infants.

An investigation of the determinants of quality of life in adolescents and young adults with Down syndrome.

Young people with Down syndrome experience varying abilities in activities of daily living, cognitive functioning, behaviour and social skills. The aim of this research was to investigate, from a carer's perspective, the factors that influenced the quality of life of these young people.

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