Recent Submissions

  • Simulating excited-state absorption spectra in upconverting lanthanide doped nanoparticles: KY<inf>3</inf>F<inf>10</inf>:Er<sup>3+</sup> 

    Solanki PS; Balabhadra S; Wells JPR; Reid, Michael (Elsevier BV, 2022)
    High-resolution absorption and laser-excited fluorescence studies of KY3F10:Er3+ core-only nanoparticles are presented. A total of 49 crystal-field energy levels, distributed amongst 13 multiplets of the Er3+ ion, have ...
  • Living well in your local neighbourhood: the value of bumping and gathering places 

    Banwell K; Kingham, Simon (Elsevier BV, 2022)
    Cities need places that contribute to quality of life, places that support social interaction. Wellbeing, specifically, community wellbeing, is influenced by where people live, the quality of place is important and who ...
  • The low prevalence effect in fingerprint comparison amongst forensic science trainees and novices 

    Dunn JD; Helm RK; Towler A; Kukucka J; Growns, Bethany (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2022)
    The low prevalence effect is a phenomenon whereby target prevalence affects performance in visual search (e.g., baggage screening) and comparison (e.g., fingerprint examination) tasks, such that people more often fail to ...
  • Changes to population-based emergence of climate change from CMIP5 to CMIP6 

    Douglas HC; Harrington LJ; Joshi M; Hawkins E; Frame DJ; Revell, Laura (IOP Publishing, 2023)
    <jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> <jats:p>The Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 6 (CMIP6) model ensemble projects climate change emerging soonest and most strongly at low latitudes, regardless of ...
  • A crucial role for the cortico-striato-cortical loop in the pathogenesis of stroke-related neurogenic stuttering 

    De Nil L; Thijs V; van Wieringen A; Sunaert S; Theys, Catherine (Wiley, 2013)
    Neurogenic stuttering is an acquired speech disorder characterized by the occurrence of stuttering-like dysfluencies following brain damage. Because the onset of stuttering in these patients is associated with brain lesions, ...
  • Statistical feature training improves fingerprint-matching accuracy in novices and professional fingerprint examiners 

    Towler A; Dunn JD; Salerno JM; Schweitzer NJ; Dror IE; Growns, Bethany (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022)
    <jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>Forensic science practitioners compare visual evidence samples (e.g. fingerprints) and decide if they originate from the same person or different people (i.e. fingerprint ‘matching’). ...
  • The role of helicity and fire–atmosphere turbulent energy transport in potential wildfire behaviour 

    Zhang J; Zawar-Reza P; Strand T; Katurji, Marwan (CSIRO Publishing, 2023)
    Background. Understanding near-surface fire–atmosphere interactions at turbulence scale is fundamental for predicting fire spread behaviour. Aims. This study aims to investigate the fire–atmosphere interaction and the ...
  • International primate neuroscience research regulation, public engagement and transparency opportunities 

    Hartig R; Basso MA; Jarrett W; Kastner S; Poirier C; Mitchell, Anna S (Elsevier BV, 2021)
    Scientific excellence is a necessity for progress in biomedical research. As research becomes ever more international, establishing international collaborations will be key to advancing our scientific knowledge. Understanding ...
  • Reconsidering terms for mechanisms of polymer growth: the “step-growth” and “chain-growth” dilemma 

    Chan CH; Chen JT; Farrell WS; Fellows CM; Keddie DJ; Luscombe CK; Matson JB; Merna J; Moad G; Théato P; Topham PD; Sosa Vargas L; Russell, Greg (Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2022)
    The terms “step-growth polymerization” and “chain-growth polymerization” are used widely in both written and oral communications to describe the two main mechanisms of polymer growth. As members of the Subcommittee on ...
  • Update and critical reanalysis of IUPAC benchmark propagation rate coefficient data 

    Beuermann S; Harrisson S; Hutchinson RA; Junkers T; Russell, Greg (Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2022)
    We present an updated and expanded dataset of benchmark propagation rate coefficient (kp) data obtained from pulsed laser polymerization (PLP) of 13 vinyl monomers (styrene, methyl methacrylate, ethyl methacrylate, butyl ...
  • Unified ethical principles and an animal research ‘Helsinki’ declaration as foundations for international collaboration 

    Petkov CI; Flecknell P; Murphy K; Basso MA; Hartig R; Thompson-Iritani S; Mitchell, Anna S (Elsevier BV, 2022)
    Ethical frameworks are the foundation for any research with humans or nonhuman animals. Human research is guided by overarching international ethical principles, such as those defined in the Helsinki Declaration by ...
  • Written reflective practice abilities of SLT students across the degree programme 

    Messick C; McAuliffe MJ; Cook, Kate. J. (Wiley, 2022)
    Background: Written reflective practice (WRP) is a teaching tool used across speech–language therapy (SLT) clinical education programmes. The process aims to support the development of reflective skills required for the ...
  • Clinical Supervision in Singapore: Allied Health Professional Perspectives from a two-round Delphi Study 

    Lim B; Sutherland D; Weathersby A; Tillard G; Cook, Kate. J. (Nova Southeastern University, 2022)
    Purpose: This study investigated Allied Health Practitioners’ (AHPs) perspectives on and consensus of clinical supervision in an acute tertiary hospital in Singapore. Specifically, AHPs’ views on the benefits of and barriers ...
  • Predicting attitudinal and behavioral responses to COVID-19 pandemic using machine learning 

    Pavlović T; Azevedo F; De K; Riaño-Moreno JC; Maglić M; Gkinopoulos T; Donnelly-Kehoe PA; Payán-Gómez C; Huang G; Kantorowicz J; Birtel MD; Schönegger P; Capraro V; Santamaría-García H; Yucel M; Ibanez A; Rathje S; Wetter E; Stanojević D; van Prooijen J-W; Hesse E; Elbaek CT; Franc R; Pavlović Z; Mitkidis P; Cichocka A; Gelfand M; Alfano M; Ross RM; Sjåstad H; Nezlek JB; Cislak A; Lockwood P; Abts K; Agadullina E; Amodio DM; Apps MAJ; Aruta JJB; Besharati S; Bor A; Choma B; Cunningham W; Ejaz W; Farmer H; Findor A; Gjoneska B; Gualda E; Huynh TLD; Imran MA; Israelashvili J; Kantorowicz-Reznichenko E; Krouwel A; Kutiyski Y; Laakasuo M; Lamm C; Levy J; Leygue C; Lin M-J; Mansoor MS; Marie A; Mayiwar L; Mazepus H; McHugh C; Olsson A; Otterbring T; Packer D; Palomäki J; Perry A; Petersen MB; Puthillam A; Rothmund T; Schmid PC; Stadelmann D; Stoica A; Stoyanov D; Stoyanova K; Tewari S; Todosijević B; Torgler B; Tsakiris M; Tung HH; Umbreș RG; Vanags E; Vlasceanu M; Zhang Y; Abad M; Adler E; Mdarhri HA; Antazo B; Ay FC; Ba MEH; Barbosa S; Bastian B; Berg A; Białek M; Bilancini E; Bogatyreva N; Boncinelli L; Booth JE; Borau S; Buchel O; de Carvalho CF; Celadin T; Cerami C; Chalise HN; Cheng X; Cian L; Cockcroft K; Conway J; Córdoba-Delgado MA; Crespi C; Crouzevialle M; Cutler J; Cypryańska M; Dabrowska J; Davis VH; Minda JP; Dayley PN; Delouvée S; Denkovski O; Dezecache G; Dhaliwal NA; Diato A; Paolo RD; Dulleck U; Ekmanis J; Etienne TW; Farhana HH; Farkhari F; Fidanovski K; Flew T; Fraser S; Frempong RB; Fugelsang J; Gale J; García-Navarro EB; Garladinne P; Gray K; Griffin SM; Gronfeldt B; Gruber J; Halperin E; Herzon V; Hruška M; Hudecek MFC; Isler O; Jangard S; Jørgensen F; Keudel O; Koppel L; Koverola M; Kunnari A; Leota J; Lermer E; Li C; Longoni C; McCashin D; Mikloušić I; Molina-Paredes J; Monroy-Fonseca C; Morales-Marente E; Moreau D; Muda R; Myer A; Nash K; Nitschke JP; Nurse MS; de Mello VO; Palacios-Galvez MS; Palomäki J; Pan Y; Papp Z; Pärnamets P; Paruzel-Czachura M; Perander S; Pitman M; Raza A; Rêgo GG; Robertson C; Rodríguez-Pascual I; Saikkonen T; Salvador-Ginez O; Sampaio WM; Santi GC; Schultner D; Schutte E; Scott A; Skali A; Stefaniak A; Sternisko A; Strickland B; Strickland B; Thomas JP; Tinghög G; Traast IJ; Tucciarelli R; Tyrala M; Ungson ND; Uysal MS; Van Rooy D; Västfjäll D; Vieira JB; von Sikorski C; Walker AC; Watermeyer J; Willardt R; Wohl MJA; Wójcik AD; Wu K; Yamada Y; Yilmaz O; Yogeeswaran K; Ziemer C-T; Zwaan RA; Boggio PS; Whillans A; Van Lange PAM; Prasad R; Onderco M; O'Madagain C; Nesh-Nash T; Laguna OM; Kutiyski Y; Kubin E; Gümren M; Fenwick A; Ertan AS; Bernstein MJ; Amara H; Van Bavel JJ; Vonasch, Andrew (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2022)
    At the beginning of 2020, COVID-19 became a global problem. Despite all the efforts to emphasize the relevance of preventive measures, not everyone adhered to them. Thus, learning more about the characteristics determining ...
  • Atmospheric turbulent structures and fire sweeps during shrub fires and implications for flaming zone behaviour 

    Noonan B; Zhang J; Valencia A; Shumacher B; Kerr J; Strand T; Pearce G; Zawar-Reza P; Katurji, Marwan (CSIRO Publishing, 2022)
    Background. Wildfires propagate through vegetation exhibiting complex spread patterns modulated by ambient atmospheric wind turbulence. Wind gusts at the fire-front extend and intensify flames causing direct convective ...
  • Nature based solutions for coastal hazards in Aotearoa New Zealand: results of a nationwide expert survey on the current state of uptake, barriers, and opportunities. 

    Alestra T; Bell J; Lewis M; Parsons S; Girvan R; Martin-Paul M; Baggaley F; Blackely T; Moore T; Todd D; Thompson K; Thomsen M; Hart, Deirdre E. (2022)
  • Diffusion tensor imaging and resting-state functional MRI-scanning in 5- and 6-year-old children: Training protocol and motion assessment 

    Wouters J; Ghesquière P; Theys, Catherine (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2014)
    Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) techniques such as Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) and resting-state functional MRI (rfMRI) are widely used to study structural and functional neural connectivity. However, as these ...
  • Brain activation during non-habitual speech production: Revisiting the effects of simulated disfluencies in fluent speakers 

    Kovacs S; Peeters R; Melzer T; van Wieringen A; De Nil L; Theys, Catherine (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2020)
    Over the past decades, brain imaging studies in fluently speaking participants have greatly advanced our knowledge of the brain areas involved in speech production. In addition, complementary information has been provided ...
  • Influence of FK209 Cobalt Doped Electron Transport Layer in Cesium Based Perovskite Solar Cells 

    Hayali A; Alkaisi MM; Reeves, Roger (MDPI AG, 2022)
    The efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) depend not only on the perovskite film quality, but they are also influenced by the charge carriers of both the electron and hole transport layers (ETL and HTL). ...
  • Relative roles of genetic variation and phenotypic plasticity in the invasion of monkeyflower Erythranthre gutatta in New Zealand (2022-06-07) 

    Williamson, M; Daniel G; Hulme P; Chapman, Hazel (2022)
    <jats:p>Evolutionary processes which increase the probability of an introduced plant species becoming invasive include high levels of genetic diversity and phenotypic plasticity. Naturalised in New Zealand, monkeyflower, ...

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