Resultaten reconstructieve chirurgie voor wondsluiting in kaart gebracht

​Jelena Slump: The role of reconstructive surgery in the treatment of soft tissue sarcomas Bij de behandeling van veel patiënten met weke delen …

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Beschadigingen in eiwitten verminderen mobiliteit van ouderen

​Hans Drenth: Motor function, paratonia and glycation cross-linked in older people: motor function decline and paratonia and their relation with …

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Onderzoek naar discrete-keuzemodellen voor evaluatie gezondheid

​Anna Selivanova: Health-state valuation using discrete choice models Anna Selivanova onderzocht met behulp van discrete-keuzemodellen welke waarden …

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Alpha-amylase reactivity and recovery patterns in anhedonic young adults performing a tandem skydive

Alpha-amylase reactivity and recovery patterns in anhedonic young adults performing a tandem skydive

Vrijen, C., van Roekel, E. & Oldehinkel, A. J. 24-Sep-2018 In : PLoS ONE. 13, 9, p. 1-17 17 p., e0204556

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Volume 13
Issue number 9
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Long-Term Survival in Octogenarians After Surgical Treatment for Colorectal Cancer: Prevention of Postoperative Complications is Key

Original language English
Number of pages 9
Journal Annals of Surgical Oncology
State E-pub ahead of print – 22-Sep-2018
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Draining the pond and catching the fish: Uncovering the ecosystem of auditory verbal hallucinations

Draining the pond and catching the fish: Uncovering the ecosystem of auditory verbal hallucinations

Looijestijn, J., Blom, J. D., Hoek, H. W., Renken, R., Liemburg, E., Sommer, I. E. C., Aleman, A. & Goekoop, R. 21-Sep-2018 In : NeuroImage. Clinical. 20, p. 830-843 14 p.

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Pages (from-to) 830-843
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Does Twitter language reliably predict heart disease?: A commentary on Eichstaedt et al. (2015a)

Does Twitter language reliably predict heart disease?: A commentary on Eichstaedt et al. (2015a)

Brown, N. J. L. & Coyne, J. C. 21-Sep-2018 In : PeerJ. 6, 21 p., e5656

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Volume 6
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Switching iron sucrose to ferric carboxymaltose associates to better control of iron status in hemodialysis patients

Switching iron sucrose to ferric carboxymaltose associates to better control of iron status in hemodialysis patients

Hofman, J. M. G., Eisenga, M. F., Diepenbroek, A., Nolte, I. M., van Dam, B., Westerhuis, R., Bakker, S. J. L., Franssen, C. F. M. & Gaillard, C. A. J. M. 20-Sep-2018 In : Bmc nephrology. 19, 8 p., 242

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Article number 242
Number of pages 8
Journal Bmc nephrology
Volume 19
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Spousal Support for Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Getting the Wrong Kind Is a Pain

Spousal Support for Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Getting the Wrong Kind Is a Pain

Pow, J., Stephenson, E., Hagedoorn, M. & DeLongis, A. 20-Sep-2018 In : Frontiers in Psychology. 9, 11 p., 1760

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Article number 1760
Number of pages 11
Journal Frontiers in Psychology
Volume 9
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Imaging of Clival Hypoplasia in CHARGE Syndrome and Hypothesis for Development: A Case-Control Study

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Number of pages 5
Journal American Journal of Neuroradiology
State E-pub ahead of print – 20-Sep-2018
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Baby’s met een hoog risico op cerebrale parese ‘groeien’ in hun houdingsproblemen

​Anke Boxum: Postural control and reaching throughout infancy: in cerebral palsy and in typical development In Nederland wordt bijna elke dag een …

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Georganiseerde activiteiten goed voor gezondheid en schoolprestaties van pubers

Petr Bad’ura: Healthy adolescence in the context of leisure time. The role of organized and unstructured leisure-time activities​ Onderzoek onder …

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Fysieke beweging en schermgebruik bij adolescenten gaan vaak samen

​Jaroslava Kopčákovká: Physical activity, screen-based activities and their potential determinants: Active living during adolescence. Adolescenten …

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Compactere broodstructuur beter in preventie van diabetes

​Coby Eelderink: Starchy foods in the prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Effects of food structure and composition on starch digestibility and …

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Studiemateriaal herhalen voordat studenten het vergeten

Dario Cecilio Fernandes: Knowledge and skills acquisition in medical students: exploring aspects of the curriculum Hoe kunnen medische kennis en …

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Information-Based Social Coordination Between Players of Different Skill in Doubles Pong

Information-Based Social Coordination Between Players of Different Skill in Doubles Pong

van Opstal, A. A. M. . D., Benerink, N. H., Zaal, F. T. J. M., Casanova, R. & Bootsma, R. J. 19-Sep-2018 In : Frontiers in Psychology. 9, 14 p., 1731

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Article number 1731
Number of pages 14
Journal Frontiers in Psychology
Volume 9
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Geen afname van motorische flexibiliteit tijdens gezond ouder worden

​Christian Greve: Preservation of motor flexibility in healthy aging: flexibility in joint coordination is unaffected by age and task constraints in …

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Dysfunctional attitudes or extreme response style as predictors of depressive relapse and recurrence after mobile cognitive therapy for recurrent depression.

Dysfunctional attitudes or extreme response style as predictors of depressive relapse and recurrence after mobile cognitive therapy for recurrent depression.

J Affect Disord. 2018 Sep 08;243:48-54

Authors: Brouwer ME, Williams AD, Forand NR, DeRubeis RJ, Bockting CLH

Abstract
BACKGROUND: According to previous research, dysfunctional attitudes and/or scoring extreme on the end-point anchors of questionnaires of dysfunctional thinking predict depressive relapse/recurrence. Evidence that these two methods represent a risk for depressive relapse/recurrence is however mixed, due to differential or poorly defined concepts. The current study aimed to test the two methods.
METHODS: Remitted recurrently depressed patients with low residual depressive symptoms (N = 264) were recruited as part of a randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of mobile Cognitive Therapy for recurrent depression versus treatment as usual. In the current secondary analysis, Cox regression models were conducted to test dysfunctional attitudes and extreme responding variables (assessed on the Dysfunctional Attitudes Scale [DAS]) as predictors of depressive relapse/recurrence within two years after randomization.
RESULTS: Data from 255 participants were analyzed. Results showed that DAS total scores at baseline significantly predicted depressive relapse/recurrence (Hazard Ratio [HR] = 1.01, p = .042). An index that reflects endorsement of habitual relative to functional responses was a significant predictor of depressive relapse/recurrence (HR = 2.11, p = .029).
LIMITATIONS: The current study employed a single measure to identify extreme responses and dysfunctional attitudes. Secondly, various statistical analyses were performed without correcting for multiple testing, which in turn increased the likelihood to finding significant results.
CONCLUSIONS: Current study confirmed both methods: People who scored higher on the DAS or had relatively more habitual than functional responses on the extreme positive ends of the DAS had a decreased time to depressive relapse/recurrence.

PMID: 30223139 [PubMed – as supplied by publisher]

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Lower body mass index and mortality in older adults starting dialysis (vol 8, 12858, 2018)

Lower body mass index and mortality in older adults starting dialysis (vol 8, 12858, 2018)

Polinder-Bos, H. A., van Diepen, M., Dekker, F. W., Hoogeveen, E. K., Franssen, C. F. M., Gansevoort, R. T. & Gaillard, C. A. J. M. 18-Sep-2018 In : Scientific Reports. 8, 1 p., 14231

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Article number 14231
Number of pages 1
Journal Scientific Reports
Volume 8
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SMART (SiMulAtion and ReconsTruction) PET: an efficient PET simulation-reconstruction tool

SMART (SiMulAtion and ReconsTruction) PET: an efficient PET simulation-reconstruction tool

Pfaehler, E., De Jong, J. R., Dierckx, R. A. J. O., van Velden, F. H. P. & Boellaard, R. 18-Sep-2018 In : EJNMMI physics. 5, 18 p., 16

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Article number 16
Number of pages 18
Journal EJNMMI physics
Volume 5
State Published – 18-Sep-2018
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