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Where have all the falcons gone? Saker falcon (falco cherrug) exports in a global economy
Within conservation biology growing evidence of the decline of the Saker falcon (falco cherrug) population has directed attention to the role of the global falcon trade. Here, we examine factors that may explain the global ...
Healthy lifestyle behaviors predict health promotion attitudes in pre-registered nurses: a questionnaire study
Background: Nurses report inadequacies in health promotion practices. This study investigated attitudes toward being role models for healthy eating, and examined predictors of health promotion attitudes in preregistered ...
Family Structure and Psychologyical Health in Young Adults
(Scientific Research, 2014-08)
This study explored the effect of the gendered structure of siblings in intact and non-intact families, on family relations, social support, perceived control, and psychological distress in a sample of 708 young adults ...
The fear gasping face as a threat display in a Melanesian society
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2016-10-16)
Theory and research showthat humans attribute both emotions and intentions to others on the basis of facial behavior: A gasping face can be seen as showing “fear” and intent to submit. The assumption that such interpretations ...
Digital transformation for prisons: Developing a needs-based strategy
A digital revolution is upon our penal system – the inevitability of digital transformation is set to shape the way justice is done and experienced. This article identifies some important considerations for digital ...
How far is your money from your mouth? The effects of intrinsic relative to extrinsic values on willingness to pay and protect the environment
The present research hypothesized that individuals placing a higher relative importance on intrinsic values such as affiliation and community feeling, as opposed to extrinsic and materialistic values such as the procurement ...
Pyrogallol is the main antibacterial compound in the aqueous extract of Boswellia dalzielii bark
(Phytochemical Society of Europe, 2017-07-01)
Plants belonging to the genus Boswellia (Burseraceae) have long been appreciated for their pharmacological properties such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidative and anticancer activities1. In the Northern part of Nigeria, ...
Capturing progress in creative arts and dementia
(The Journal of Dementia Care, 2013-02)
Karan Jutlla, Maria Parsons, Richard Coaten, Larry Gardiner and Dawn Brooker report on an event that explored some of the challenges of developing the creative arts in dementia care - and celebrated clever partnership working.
The receptor tyrosine kinase Tie1 is expressed and activated in epithelial tumour cell lines
(Demetrios Spandidos, 2007)