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Does acute exposure to the electromagnetic field emitted by a mobile phone influence visual evoked potentials? A pilot study.

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Apr 13, 1999

To search for a potential negative influence on the central nervous system (CNS) of the electromagnetic field emitted by a mobile phone, the authors performed a pilot experimental study of the influence of a single short acute exposure to the GSM mobile phone Motorola 8700, using visual evoked po

Mood stability versus mood instability in bipolar disorder: a possible role for emotional mental imagery.

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Sep 07, 2011

A cognitive model of bipolar disorder suggests that mental imagery acts as an emotional amplifier of mood and may be heightened in bipolar disorder. First, we tested whether patients with bipolar disorder would score higher on mental imagery measures than a matched healthy control group.

Evaluating the utility of administering a reaction time task in an ecological momentary assessment study.

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Mar 19, 2008

RATIONALE: Cognitive processes underlying drug use have typically been assessed in laboratory settings. More detailed and ecologically valid data may be possible if assessments were conducted in an ecological momentary assessment (EMA) setting.

Sequences of emotions in patients with borderline personality disorder.

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Jun 27, 2008

OBJECTIVE: To investigate sequences of emotions (temporal dependence of emotions) to identify specific patterns of borderline personality disorder (BPD).

Defining cyberbullying: a qualitative research into the perceptions of youngsters.

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Aug 25, 2008

Data from 53 focus groups, which involved students from 10 to 18 years old, show that youngsters often interpret "cyberbullying" as "Internet bullying" and associate the phenomenon with a wide range of practices.

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