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UCL University College London Eprints (335,362 recursos)
UCL Eprints collects the work of UCL researchers and makes it freely available over the web, helping the worldwide scholarly community to discover UCL research. Institutional repositories like UCL Eprints complement the traditional academic publishing and scholarly communications processes. They raise the visibility of research and help to maximise its impact. UCL researchers are encouraged to deposit a copy of each journal article, conference paper, working paper, and any other research output, in the UCL Eprints at the earliest opportunity, ensuring that their research reaches as wide an audience as possible.

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1. Do the European League Against Rheumatism Sjogrens syndrome outcome measures correlate with health status in primary Sjögren’s Syndrome? - Lendrem, D; Mitchell, S; McMeekin, P; Gompels, L; Hackett, K; Bowman, S; Price, E; Pease, CT; Emery, P; Andrews, J; Lanyon, P; Hunter, J; Gupta, M; Bombardieri, M; Sutcliffe, N; Pitzalis, C; McLaren, J; Cooper, A; Regan, M; Giles, IP; Isenberg, D; Saravanan, V; Coady, D; Dasgupta, B; McHugh, N; Young-Min, S; Moots, R; Gendi, N; Akil, M; Griffiths, B; Ng, WF

2. Interlayer Cation Exchange Stabilizes Polar Perovskite Surfaces. - Deacon-Smith, DE; Scanlon, DO; Catlow, CR; Sokol, AA; Woodley, SM
Global optimization is used to study the structure of the polar KTaO3 (001) surface. It is found that cation exchange near the surface leads to the most stable structure. This mechanism is likely to be general to metal oxides containing cations of differing charge.

3. Cities and organisation: The information city and urban form - Knox, H

4. Imposed visual feedback delay of an action changes mass perception based on the sensory prediction error. - Honda, T; Hagura, N; Yoshioka, T; Imamizu, H
While performing an action, the timing of when the sensory feedback is given can be used to establish the causal link between the action and its consequence. It has been shown that delaying the visual feedback while carrying an object makes people feel the mass of the object to be greater, suggesting that the feedback timing can also impact the perceived quality of an external object. In this study, we investigated the origin of the feedback timing information that influences the mass perception of the external object. Participants made a straight reaching movement while holding a manipulandum. The movement of...

5. 9G4 Expression on Antibodies to Citrullinated Residues in Patients with Early Inflammatory Arthritis and Established Rheumatoid Arthritis. - Moura, RA; de la Torre, I; Leandro, MJ; Edwards, JCW; Cambridge, G

6. Changes in regulation of human monocyte proteins in response to IgG from patients with antiphospholipid syndrome. - Ripoll, V; Lambrianides, A; Pierangeli, S; Poulton, K; Ioannou, Y; Heywood, W; Mills, K; Latchman, D; Isenberg, D; Rahman, A; Giles, IP

7. The use of immersive virtual reality (VR) to predict the occurrence 6 months later of paranoid thinking and posttraumatic stress symptoms assessed by self-report and interviewer methods: A study of individuals who have been physically assaulted. - Freeman, D; Antley, A; Ehlers, A; Dunn, G; Thompson, C; Vorontsova, N; Garety, P; Kuipers, E; Glucksman, E; Slater, M
Presentation of social situations via immersive virtual reality (VR) has the potential to be an ecologically valid way of assessing psychiatric symptoms. In this study we assess the occurrence of paranoid thinking and of symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in response to a single neutral VR social environment as predictors of later psychiatric symptoms assessed by standard methods. One hundred six people entered an immersive VR social environment (a train ride), presented via a head-mounted display, 4 weeks after having attended hospital because of a physical assault. Paranoid thinking about the neutral computer-generated characters and the occurrence of PTSD...

8. Surgery and adjuvant chemotherapy compared to surgery alone in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC): A meta-analysis using individual patient data (IPD) from randomized clinical trials - Stewart, LA; Burdett, S; Tierney, JF; Pignon, JP

9. Effects of heat on new and aged polyamide 6,6 textiles during pest eradication - Richardson, E; Martin, G; Wyeth, P
Subjecting artefacts to raised (58 °C) or lowered (-30 °C) temperatures in order to combat the problem of pest infestations is common practice within the museum and heritage sector. However, concerns have been raised by the conservation profession about applying temperature based pest treatments to polyamide 6,6, due to the changes in thermal properties known to occur over the range of temperatures in question. Unaged and artificially aged polyamide 6,6 fibres were subjected to creep/recovery experiments using dynamic mechanical analysis at temperatures ranging from 58 °C to -30 °C. These experiments were carried out on loaded samples to determine whether...

10. Modelling and control of urban network traffic - Chick, T; Sha, R; Chow, AHF

11. A comparative study of centralised and decentralised control for urban traffic management - Sha, R; Chow, AHF

12. What is the mechanism(s) of aPL-mediated thrombosis? - Willis, R; Giles, IP; Chen, P; Lopez-Pedrera, C; Cuadrado, MC; Pierangeli, S

13. High frequency guided ultrasonic waves for defect detection in multi-layered structures - Masserey, B; Kostson, E; Fromme, P

14. Clinical Management of Bladder Cancer - Parmar, MKB; Burdett, S
This book is a comprehensive, but readable, treatise of the current status of bladder cancer management.

15. Pulse compression in adiabatically tapered silicon photonic wires - Lavdas, S; Driscoll, JB; Grote, RR; Osgood, RM; Panoiu, NC
We present a comprehensive analysis of pulse compression in adiabatically tapered silicon photonic wire waveguides (Si-PhWWGs), both at telecom (λ ∼ 1.55 μm) and mid-IR (λ ≳ 2.1 μm) wavelengths. Our theoretical and computational study is based on a rigorous model that describes the coupled dynamics of the optical field and photogenerated free carriers, as well as the influence of the physical and geometrical parameters of the Si-PhWWGs on these dynamics. We consider both the soliton and non-soliton pulse propagation regimes, rendering the conclusions of this study relevant to a broad range of experimental settings and practical applications. In particular,...

16. Politics, Poetics, Affect - Hart, SM
This book seeks to re-vision the life and work of the Peruvian poet, Cèsar Vallejo (1892-1938). It consists of ten essays grouped into three complementary sections on Politics, Poetics and Affect.

17. Cesar Vallejo avec ses deux Otilias - Hart, S
This book seeks to re-vision the life and work of the Peruvian poet, Cèsar Vallejo (1892-1938). It consists of ten essays grouped into three complementary sections on Politics, Poetics and Affect.

18. Association of Serum Interleukin 6 and C-Reactive Protein in Childhood With Depression and Psychosis in Young Adult Life: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study. - Khandaker, GM; Pearson, RM; Zammit, S; Lewis, G; Jones, PB
Longitudinal studies have linked the systemic inflammatory markers interleukin 6 (IL-6) and C-reactive protein (CRP) with the risk of developing heart disease and diabetes mellitus, which are common comorbidities for depression and psychosis. Recent meta-analyses of cross-sectional studies have reported increased serum levels of these inflammatory markers in depression, first-episode psychosis, and acute psychotic relapse; however, the direction of the association has been unclear.

19. Cost-Effectiveness of Collaborative Care for Depression in UK Primary Care: Economic Evaluation of a Randomised Controlled Trial (CADET). - Green, C; Richards, DA; Hill, JJ; Gask, L; Lovell, K; Chew-Graham, C; Bower, P; Cape, J; Pilling, S; Araya, R; Kessler, D; Bland, JM; Gilbody, S; Lewis, G; Manning, C; Hughes-Morley, A; Barkham, M
Collaborative care is an effective treatment for the management of depression but evidence on its cost-effectiveness in the UK is lacking.

20. Longitudinal Associations between Adolescent Psychotic Experiences and Depressive Symptoms. - Sullivan, SA; Wiles, N; Kounali, D; Lewis, G; Heron, J; Cannon, M; Mahedy, L; Jones, PB; Stochl, J; Zammit, S
Psychotic experiences are prevalent in community samples and are highly correlated with depressive symptoms. This study aimed to investigate the longitudinal associations between psychotic experiences and depressive symptoms between adolescence and young adulthood.

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