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Research ethics: A New Zealand perspective
Monitoring cognitive function during ECT: Current New Zealand practice
(The New Zealand Psychological Society, 2013)
Objective: To determine current practice regarding cognitive assessment during electroconvulsive therapy among ECT treating professionals across New Zealand. Design/Participants: A questionnaire sent to 45 professionals ...
11 views of Auckland: Soft-boiled in Ponsonby: The topographies of murder in the crime fiction of Charlotte Grimshaw and Alix Bosco
(School of Social and Cultural Studies, Massey University, Albany, 2010)
11 Views of Auckland stresses a multidisciplinary approach to this most multicultural of New Zealand cities. The serendipitious - complementary rather than contradictory - way the various essays have grouped themselves ...
Introduction: The limits of responsibility
(Anthony Burke University of Adelaide (Australia), 2016-05-05)
What have sport and music performance taught us about test anxiety
(Psychological Publishing, 2010)
Professional athletes and performing artists require peak performance at critical times, as their careers and livelihoods depend on sustained success. Likewise examination candidates aim for high levels of performance in ...