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This article takes a critical approach to emotion regulation suggesting that the concept needs supplementing with a relational position on the generation and restraint of emotion. I chart the relational approach to emotion, ...
The psychological contract of international business travellers with their employers. Perspectives of Belgian travellers Subsequent to the growing need for internationally mobile talent, alternative forms of international assignees have arisen (Collings, Scullion and Morley 2007; PricewaterhouseCoopers 2010). This study focuses on such newly ...
Structural properties governing drug-plasma protein binding determined by high-performance liquid chromatography method The high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method employing stationary phases immobilized with plasma proteins was used for this study to investigate the structural properties governing drug-plasma protein binding. ...
What can we bring to the therapeutic relationship? A qualitative study of the beliefs and experiences of physiotherapists working with people with chronic pain Objectives: To explore experienced physiotherapists’ attitudes, beliefs and experiences regarding their personal role in contributing to effective therapeutic relationships when working with people with chronic musculoskeletal ...
Preclinical evaluation of pharmacological strategies designed to enhance the activity of established and novel anti-cancer drugs. Synopsis: Evaluation of pharmacological strategies designed to modulate the Warburg effect, enhance the activity of tyrosine kinase inhibitors and novel analogues of Temozolomide. Whilst progress has been made in reducing mortality in some cancers, mortality rates remain high in many cancers and there is a need to develop novel therapeutic strategies. In this thesis, various pharmacological strategies ...