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Phase-dependent interference fringes in the wavelenght scaling of harmonic efficiency
(American Physical Society, 2014)
We describe phase-dependent wavelength scaling of high-order harmonic generation efficiency driven by ultra-short laser fields in the mid-infrared. We employ both numerical solution of the time-dependent Schr¨odinger ...
Is Psychology a Social Science?
(The Humanities Collection, 2014)
This presentation explicates the rationale for the claim that, contrary to the general opinion, psychology is not a social science. Sociology, the typical social science to represent all the others, starts from observing ...
A composite score for Dokuz Eylul cognitive state neurocognitivetest battery: a door-to-door survey study with illiterate, low and high educated elderly in Turkey
This study aimed to develop a composite score for the Turkish neuropsychological test battery named Dokuz Eylul Cognitive State for a large well educated and less educated elderly population, including those with mild ...
On the weighted variable exponent amalgam space W(L-P(X) , L-M(Q))
In , a new family W(L-p(x), L-m(q))of Wiener amalgam spaces was defined and investigated some properties of these spaces, where local component is a variable exponent Lebesgue space L-p(x) (R) and the global component ...
On the outer automorphism groups of free groups
We prove that the outer automorphism group of a free group of countably infinite rank is complete.
Higher-order structure of personality and mental health: Does general affectivity matter?
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
The higher order personality model, namely the Big Two, was tested in 2 studies (Ns = 878 and 467, respectively) by controlling for the effects of both general affectivity and common method variance. Study 2 also examined ...
Social approach and avoidance behaviour for negative emotions is modulated by endogenous oxytocin and paranoia in schizophrenia
Patients with schizophrenia suffer from dysfunctional social behaviour. Social approach and avoidance (AA) has been associated with motor responses, as the affective valence and gaze direction of facial stimuli can bias ...
Pathways from personality to happiness: Sense of Uniqueness as a mediator
Personal sense of uniqueness, a major construct in humanistic psychology, has been recently shown to be a robust correlate of happiness. Yet the antecedents of this experience are not known. To address this limitation, we ...