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Testing the primary and convergent retrieval model of recall: Recall practice produces faster recall success but also faster recall failure.

The primary and convergent retrieval (PCR) model assumes that the act of successful recall not only boosts associations between the item and retrieval cues but additionally strengthens associations within the item (i.e., between the features of an item), speeding the rate of information retrieval from memory. The latter effect is termed intra-item learning and is a unique benefit of recall practice (i.e., the "testing effect"). Prior work confirmed the prediction that recall practice produces faster subsequ...


Improving Patient Comprehension of Screening Mammography Recall Lay Letters.

In accordance with the Mammography Quality Standards Act, recall lay letters should be written using language that is "easily understood by a lay person." The authors hypothesized that the readability of their institution's current recall lay letter may contribute to the misinterpretation of intended time for patient return. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the comprehension of the current recall lay letter statement.

Foodborne Outbreak Investigation: Effect of Recall Inaccuracies on Food Histories.

Comparably low accuracy of dietary recall is present after 7 and 18 days. Experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms did not affect accuracy of dietary recall. Repeatedly recalling food exposures leads to a higher rate of false positives. Prevalence of exposure was associated with higher sensitivity and lower specificity. Recall inaccuracies can be quantified and accounted for in public health practice.


Unusual Drug Fever Caused by Imipenem/Cilastatin and a Review of Literature.

Drug fever is a febrile reaction caused by initiation of one drug or varieties of drugs and often disappears after cessation of the drug(s). Clinically, drug fever is frequently induced by antibiotics, anticonvulsants, and antineoplastics. There are few previous reports about drug fever caused by imipenem/cilastatin.

Modeling heart failure in animal models for novel drug discovery and development.

When investigating drugs that treat heart diseases, it is critical when choosing an animal model for the said model to produce data that is translatable to the human patient population, while keeping in mind the principles of reduction, refinement, and replacement of the animal model in the research. Areas covered: In this review, the authors focus on mammalian models developed to study the impact of drug treatments on human heart failure. Furthermore, the authors address human patient variability and anima...

Public drug use in eight U.S. cities: Health risks and other factors associated with place of drug use.

Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States (U.S.). Previous studies have found that place of drug use is associated with risks including overdose, sharing of drug use equipment, and arrest, but the research on this subject in the U.S. is limited.

Evaluating consistency of recall of maternal and newborn care complications and intervention coverage using PMA panel data in SNNPR, Ethiopia.

There is recognition that effective interventions are available to prevent neonatal and maternal deaths but providing reliable and valid coverage estimates remains a challenge. Household surveys rely on recall of self-reported events that may span up to 5 years, raising concerns of recall bias.

The Assessment of Serum Drug Levels to Diagnose Non-Adherence in Stable Chronic Heart Failure Patients.

The aim of our study was to evaluate the prevalence of drug non-adherence in stable chronic heart failure (CHF) patients using serum drug levels (SDL) assessment.

Factors associated with false-positive mammography at first screen in an Asian population.

False-positive recall is an issue in national screening programmes. The aim of this study is to investigate the recall rate at first screen and to identify potential predictors of false-positive recall in a multi-ethnic Asian population-based breast cancer screening programme.

Adolescent males' responses to blu's fake warnings.

Blu's 'Something Better' advertising campaign ran in popular print magazines in 2017. The campaign included advertisements with fake warnings conveying positive messages, which mimicked the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s warning requirements for electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) advertisements that took effect in 2018. We report adolescent males' recall of these fake warnings and how exposure to fake warnings affected recall of other advertisement components, including the actual warning or health ri...

Differential response of T cells to an immunogen, a mitogen and a chemical carcinogen in a mouse model system.

In this study, we examined the relative immune response of T-lymphocytes and its intracellular cholesterol homeostasis, in a mouse model system, after treatment with immunogen, mitogen, and carcinogen. We studied the T-lymphocyte percentage, their LDL-receptor expression, along with the levels of serum interleukins (IL-2, IFNγ, IL-4, and IL-10) and intracellular cholesterol concentration (cytoplasmic and nuclear). The mitogen was found to be a better stimulator of T-cell marker expressions than the immunog...

How do we perform backward serial recall?

Following Conrad (1965, Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 4, 161-169) it is often assumed that backward verbal serial recall is performed by repeated forward scans through the list and then recalling the last remaining item. Direct evidence for this peel-off strategy is relatively weak, and there has to date been no examination of its potential role in the recall of spatial sequences. To examine the role of this strategy in both verbal and spatial domains, two experiments examined response out...

Heart or heart-lung transplantation for patients with congenital heart disease in England.

Increased longevity in patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) is associated with late complications, mainly heart failure, which may not be amenable to redo surgery and become refractory to medical therapy and so, trigger referral for transplantation. We assessed the current role and future prospects of heart and heart-lung transplantation for patients with CHD in England.

Investigating the mediating effect of working memory on intentional forgetting in dysphoria.

Our aim was to determine if deficits in intentional forgetting that are associated with depression and dysphoria (subclinical depression) could be explained, at least in part, by variations in working memory function. Sixty dysphoric and 61 non-dysphoric participants completed a modified version of the think/no-think (TNT) task and a measure of complex working memory (the operation span task). The TNT task involved participants learning a series of emotional cue-target word pairs, before being presented wit...

Can 7- or 30-day recall questions capture self-reported lower urinary tract symptoms accurately?

Self-reported measurement tools often provide a recall period, e.g., "In the past 7 days…" For lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), concordance between end-of-day (daily) reports and 7- and 30-day recalled reports is unknown. We evaluated how accurately 7- or 30- day recall questions capture LUTS.

Innate lymphoid cell memory.

Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), including natural killer (NK) cells, ILC1s, ILC2s, ILC3s, and lymphoid tissue inducer (LTi) cells, comprise the first line of innate immune defense against pathogens and tumors. Over the past decade, accumulating evidence has demonstrated immunological memory in ILC subsets: for example, NK cells recall haptens, viruses, and cytokines; ILC1s recall haptens; and ILC2s recall cytokines. Although the development and functions of ILCs mirror those of T-cell subsets, ILC and T-cell ...

Disease management interventions for heart failure.

Despite advances in treatment, the increasing and ageing population makes heart failure an important cause of morbidity and death worldwide. It is associated with high healthcare costs, partly driven by frequent hospital readmissions. Disease management interventions may help to manage people with heart failure in a more proactive, preventative way than drug therapy alone. This is the second update of a review published in 2005 and updated in 2012.

Vemurafenib-induced radiation recall dermatitis.

Radiation recall dermatitis is an uncommon inflammatory reaction of the skin appearing after several days to several years at the site of previous irradiation; it is precipitated by the use of triggering drugs, although rarely by BRAF or MEK inhibitors.

There is no item vs. I wish there were an item: Implicit negation causes false recall just as well as explicit negation.

When talking about absence, we may express it in a negative statement (using explicit negation e.g. I was not) or in a positive statement (using implicit negation e.g. I wished I were). Previous research has shown that explicitly negated statements may cause false recall-negated items may paradoxically be remembered as present. The current study compares false recall caused by implicit and explicit negation. Participants listened to a recording in which some objects were mentioned as present, some as absent...

Exploring pharmacological mechanisms of Xueshuan-Xinmai-Ning tablets acting on coronary heart disease based on drug target-disease gene interaction network.

Xueshuan-Xinmai-Ning Tablet (XXNT), a commercially available patent drug, has been extensively used in the treatment of coronary heart disease (CHD) with a satisfying therapeutic efficacy. The aim of this study was to explore the underlying pharmacological mechanisms of XXNT acting on CHD.

Technologies for intrapericardial delivery of therapeutics and cells.

The pericardium, which surrounds the heart, provides a unique enclosed volume and a site for the delivery of agents to the heart and coronary arteries. While strategies for targeting the delivery of therapeutics to the heart are lacking, various technologies and nanodelivery approaches are emerging as promising methods for site specific delivery to increase therapeutic myocardial retention, efficacy, and bioactivity, while decreasing undesired systemic effects. Here, we provide a literature review of variou...

Long-term memory for contemporary dance is distributed and collaborative.

Professional dancers appear to be the embodied records of works of choreography that have been created, rehearsed and performed. Their precision in recalling extended sequences of movement developed for these works defies the conventional methods used to investigate memory. A distributed cognition view holds that memory will not only be individualistic, but also extended across a dance ensemble. Working closely with the highly skilled dancers of Australian Dance Theatre (ADT), we set out to develop an ecolo...

Metal carcinogen exposure induces cancer stem cell-like property through epigenetic reprograming: A novel mechanism of metal carcinogenesis.

Arsenic, cadmium, nickel and hexavalent chromium are among the most common environmental pollutants and potent carcinogens. Chronic exposure to these metals causes various types of cancer in humans, representing a significant environmental health issue. Although under active investigation, the mechanisms of metal carcinogenesis have not been clearly defined. One common feature of these metal carcinogens is that they are all able to cause various epigenetic dysregulations, which are believed to play importan...

Drug-Drug Interaction Discovery: Kernel Learning from Heterogeneous Similarities.

We develop a pipeline to mine complex drug interactions by combining different similarities and interaction types (molecular, structural, phenotypic, genomic etc). Our goal is to learn an optimal kernel from these heterogeneous similarities in a supervised manner. We formulate an extensible framework that can easily integrate new interaction types into a rich model. The core of our pipeline features a novel kernel-learning approach that tunes the weights of the heterogeneous similarities, and fuses them int...

Network pharmacology based investigation of the effects of herbal ingredients on the immune dysfunction in heart disease.

Dysregulated immune system has been implicated in the pathogenesis of various cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, development of pharmacological interventions targeting the immune system is promising. However, therapy with most common anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory agents has proved challenging in the clinical translation. It has been proved that many herbal ingredients display definite therapeutic effects on preventing excessive inflammatory and immune responses. Here, we aim to systemically explor...


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