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PLoS one

Journal Volume: 8
Journal Issue: 6
Journal Year: 2013
Articles in SafetyLit: 17

"Like throwing a bowling ball at a battle ship" Audience responses to Australian news stories about alcohol pricing and promotion policies: a qualitative focus group study

Active vision during action execution, observation and imagery: evidence for shared motor representations

Antidepressant utilization and suicide in Europe: An ecological multi-national study

Can demographic and exposure characteristics predict levels of social support in survivors from a natural disaster?

Cool and hot executive function impairments in violent offenders with antisocial personality disorder with and without psychopathy

Evidence for unintentional emotional contagion beyond dyads

Feasibility, reliability, and validity of a smartphone based application for the assessment of cognitive function in the elderly

Increased gray matter diffusion anisotropy in patients with persistent post-concussive symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury

Physical activity in German adolescents measured by accelerometry and activity diary: introducing a comprehensive approach for data management and preliminary results

Relationship between chronic short sleep duration and childhood body mass index: a school-based cross-sectional study

Same sex marriage and the perceived assault on opposite sex marriage

The attention modulation on timing: an event-related potential study

The increased risk of joint venture promotes social cooperation

The role of intelligence in posttraumatic stress disorder: does it vary by trauma severity?

Understanding the relationship between type 2 diabetes mellitus and falls in older adults: a prospective cohort study

When dread risks are more dreadful than continuous risks: Comparing cumulative population losses over time

Zolpidem use and the risk of injury: a population-based follow-up study