Subject Areas on Research
- "How Much Time Do I Have?": Communicating Prognosis in the Era of Exceptional Responders.
- 'Unwilling' versus 'unable': chimpanzees' understanding of human intentional action.
- 18-month-olds comprehend indirect communicative acts.
- 3-year-old children make relevance inferences in indirect verbal communication.
- A Normal Thyroid by Any Other Name: Linguistic Analysis of Statements Describing a Normal Thyroid Gland from Noncontrast Chest CT Reports.
- A Pilot Interprofessional Course on Substance Use Disorders to Improve Students' Empathy and Counseling Skills.
- A comparison of American and Nepalese children's concepts of freedom of choice and social constraint.
- A competitive nonverbal false belief task for children and apes.
- A functional basis for structure-seeking: exposure to structure promotes willingness to engage in motivated action.
- A novel method for measuring learning opportunities provided by parents to young children with autism spectrum disorder.
- A randomized controlled trial comparing quantitative informed consent formats.
- Adult language use and infant comprehension of English: associations with encoding and generalization across cues at 20 months.
- Age-related differences in resolving semantic and phonological competition during receptive language tasks.
- Age-related sensitivity to task-related modulation of language-processing networks.
- Aging and Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Television Ads: The Effects of Individual Differences and Risk Presentation.
- Aging-related gains and losses associated with word production in connected speech.
- All great ape species (Gorilla gorilla, Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Pongo abelii) and two-and-a-half-year-old children (Homo sapiens) discriminate appearance from reality.
- Alpha band event-related desynchronization underlying social situational context processing during irony comprehension: A magnetoencephalography source localization study.
- An Evaluation of Websites Offering Caregiver Education for Tracheostomy and Home Mechanical Ventilation.
- An assessment of the understanding and motivations of patients with schizophrenia about participating in a clinical trial.
- An ethical façade? Medical students' miscomprehensions of substituted judgment.
- An evaluation of sepsis Web sites for patient and family education.
- Antithrombotic therapy: new areas to understand efficacy and bleeding.
- Apes' and children's understanding of cooperative and competitive motives in a communicative situation.
- Aprosodia Following Focal Brain Damage: What's Right and What's Left?
- Are Well-Informed Potential Trial Participants More Likely to Participate?
- Are there adverse consequences of quizzing during informed consent for HIV research?
- Association of Childhood Blood Lead Levels With Cognitive Function and Socioeconomic Status at Age 38 Years and With IQ Change and Socioeconomic Mobility Between Childhood and Adulthood.
- Associations between understanding of current treatment intent, communication with healthcare providers, preferences for invasive life-sustaining interventions and decisional conflict: results from a survey of patients with advanced heart failure in Singapore.
- At 6-9 months, human infants know the meanings of many common nouns.
- Behavior. Like infant, like dog.
- Bigger knows better: young children selectively learn rule games from adults rather than from peers.
- Bootstrapping word order in prelexical infants: a Japanese-Italian cross-linguistic study.
- Brief Report: Executive Function as a Predictor of Academic Achievement in School-Aged Children with ASD.
- Children aged 2 ; 1 use transitive syntax to make a semantic-role interpretation in a pointing task.
- Children's developing commitments to joint goals.
- Children's understanding of first- and third-person perspectives in complement clauses and false-belief tasks.
- Chimpanzees help others with what they want; children help them with what they need.
- Chimpanzees' understanding of social leverage.
- Clinical implications of numeracy: theory and practice.
- Cognitive Interview-Based Validation of the Patient-Reported Outcomes Version of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events in Adolescents with Cancer.
- Collaborative partner or social tool? New evidence for young children's understanding of joint intentions in collaborative activities.
- Color-coding improves parental understanding of body mass index charting.
- Comprehension of iconic gestures by chimpanzees and human children.
- Comprehension, Utility, and Acceptability of a Multidomain Physical Functioning Report for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Patients and Their Providers.
- Consent (assent) for research with pediatric patients
- Consent forms and the therapeutic misconception: the example of gene transfer research.
- Deciding for Others
- Design, implementation, and evaluation of a computerized system to communicate with patients with limited native language proficiency in the perioperative period.
- Developing intuitions about free will between ages four and six
- Development of the Listening Self-Efficacy Questionnaire (LSEQ).
- Disentangling the Roles of Cue Visibility and Knowledge in Adjusting Cognitive Control: A Preregistered Direct Replication of the Farooqui and Manly (2015) Study.
- Do 7-year-old children understand social leverage?
- Do Pediatric Patients Have a Right to Know?
- Do domestic dogs interpret pointing as a command?
- Do seniors understand their risk of moving to a nursing home?
- Does informed consent to research require comprehension?
- Dogs (Canis familiaris), but not chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), understand imperative pointing.
- Domestic dogs comprehend human communication with iconic signs.
- Early literacy gains in children with cochlear implants.
- Early social cognition in three cultural contexts.
- Easy-to-Read Informed Consent Form for Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation Clinical Trials: Results from the Blood and Marrow Transplant Clinical Trials Network 1205 Study.
- Effect of repeated evaluation and repeated exposure on acceptability ratings of sentences.
- Eighteen-month-olds understand false beliefs in an unexpected-contents task.
- Electrophysiological evidence for the involvement of the approximate number system in preschoolers' processing of spoken number words.
- Empirical research on informed consent. An annotated bibliography.
- Evidence-Based Strategies for Shortening Informed Consent Forms in Clinical Research.
- Exercise and pharmacological treatment of depressive symptoms in patients with coronary heart disease: results from the UPBEAT (Understanding the Prognostic Benefits of Exercise and Antidepressant Therapy) study.
- Expectations of benefit in early-phase clinical trials: implications for assessing the adequacy of informed consent.
- Exploring Understanding of "Understanding": The Paradigm Case of Biobank Consent Comprehension.
- Factors associated with veterans' decisions about living wills.
- Facts up front versus traffic light food labels: a randomized controlled trial.
- Familiar verbs are not always easier than novel verbs: how German pre-school children comprehend active and passive sentences.
- Familiarity plays a small role in noun comprehension at 12-18 months.
- Five-year-olds understand fair as equal in a mini-ultimatum game.
- Getting a decent (but sparse) signal to the brain for users of cochlear implants.
- Getting meaningful informed consent from older adults: a structured literature review of empirical research.
- Graphical displays of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) for use in clinical practice: What makes a pro picture worth a thousand words?
- Great apes anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs.
- Great apes distinguish true from false beliefs in an interactive helping task.
- Great apes' understanding of other individuals' line of sight.
- HIV and cardiovascular disease in sub-Saharan Africa: the Sutton Law as applied to global health.
- Helping patients decide: ten steps to better risk communication.
- How children come to understand false beliefs: A shared intentionality account.
- How two word-trained dogs integrate pointing and naming.
- Idiosyncratic responding during movie-watching predicted by age differences in attentional control.
- Impact of Improved Screening Mammography Recall Lay Letter Readability on Patient Follow-Up.
- Impact of delivery models on understanding genomic risk for type 2 diabetes.
- Implementation of condition help: family teaching and evaluation of family understanding.
- Improving Patient Comprehension of Screening Mammography Recall Lay Letters.
- Improving State-Mandated Breast Density Notifications.
- Improving biobank consent comprehension: a national randomized survey to assess the effect of a simplified form and review/retest intervention.
- Improving participant understanding of informed consent in an HIV-prevention clinical trial: a comparison of methods.
- Improving patients' understanding of terms and phrases commonly used in self-reported measures of sexual function.
- In-Home Passive Sensor Data Collection and Its Implications for Social Media Research: Perspectives of Community Women in Rural South Africa.
- Individual Differences in Structure Building: Impacts on Comprehension and Learning, Theoretical Underpinnings, and Support for Less Able Structure Builders.
- Infants communicate in order to be understood.
- Influence of Dietary Salt Knowledge, Perceptions, and Beliefs on Consumption Choices after Stroke in Uganda.
- Influence of encoding difficulty, word frequency, and phonological regularity on age differences in word naming.
- Informed consent for biobanking: consensus-based guidelines for adequate comprehension.
- Informed consent for research in Borderline Personality Disorder.
- Informed consent in a clinical trial of a novel treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
- Intersectionality of Race and Question-Asking in Women After Right Hemisphere Brain Damage.
- Language facilitates event memory in early childhood: Child comprehension, adult-provided linguistic support and delayed recall at 16 months.
- Language-general biases and language-specific experience contribute to phonological detail in toddlers' word representations.
- Learning misinformation from fictional sources: understanding the contributions of transportation and item-specific processing.
- Measuring numeracy without a math test: development of the Subjective Numeracy Scale.
- Mind-Wandering With and Without Intention.
- Mortality versus survival graphs: improving temporal consistency in perceptions of treatment effectiveness.
- Motivation, intentionality, and mind wandering: Implications for assessments of task-unrelated thought.
- Multiple chronic pain states are associated with a common amino acid-changing allele in KCNS1.
- Natural reference: A phylo- and ontogenetic perspective on the comprehension of iconic gestures and vocalizations.
- Neuronal Development of Hearing and Language: Cochlear Implants and Critical Periods.
- Okukkera Ng'omuzungu (lost in translation): understanding the social value of global health research for HIV/AIDS research participants in Uganda.
- On the Necessity of Distinguishing Between Unintentional and Intentional Mind Wandering.
- On the perpetuation of ignorance: system dependence, system justification, and the motivated avoidance of sociopolitical information.
- Open Oncology Notes: A Qualitative Study of Oncology Patients' Experiences Reading Their Cancer Care Notes.
- PREPARED Study: A Study of Shared Decision-Making for Coronary Artery Disease.
- Parental misinterpretations of over-the-counter pediatric cough and cold medication labels.
- Parental understanding of crucial medical jargon used in prenatal prematurity counseling.
- Patient comprehension of emergency department care and instructions: are patients aware of when they do not understand?
- Patient expectations of benefit from phase I clinical trials: linguistic considerations in diagnosing a therapeutic misconception.
- Patient reactions to confidentiality, liability, and financial aspects of informed consent in cardiology research.
- Patient understanding of medical jargon: a survey study of U.S. medical students.
- Patient-oncologist communication in advanced cancer: predictors of patient perception of prognosis.
- Patients' understanding of oncology clinical endpoints: A literature review.
- Potential Pitfalls of Online Crowdsourcing to Assess Patient Comprehension of Radiology Reports.
- Potential problems with increasing serving sizes on the Nutrition Facts label.
- Predicting the unbeaten path through syntactic priming.
- Predictive processing of novel compounds: evidence from Japanese.
- Preschoolers understand the normativity of cooperatively structured competition.
- Prior capacity of patients lacking decision making ability early in hospitalization: implications for advance directive administration. The SUPPORT Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses and Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments.
- Processing of infant-directed speech by adults.
- Randomness increases self-reported anxiety and neurophysiological correlates of performance monitoring.
- Rational tool use and tool choice in human infants and great apes.
- Readability of ocular medication inserts.
- Readability of patient education materials in ophthalmology: a single-institution study and systematic review.
- Readability, Content, and Accountability Assessment of Online Health Information for Retinitis Pigmentosa & Retinitis Pigmentosa Treatment Options.
- Reducing Bias in Academic Search Committees.
- Relationship between cancer patients' predictions of prognosis and their treatment preferences.
- Robust Resilience of the Frontotemporal Syntax System to Aging.
- Semantics of the transitive construction: prototype effects and developmental comparisons.
- Situational systematicity: A role for schema in understanding the differences between abstract and concrete concepts.
- Striking a balance in communicating pharmacogenetic test results: promoting comprehension and minimizing adverse psychological and behavioral response.
- Systems for grading the quality of evidence and the strength of recommendations II: pilot study of a new system.
- Tackling acid-base disorders, one Twitter poll at a time.
- Temporal-order iconicity bias in narrative event understanding and memory.
- Testing whether decision aids introduce cognitive biases: results of a randomized trial.
- The Child as Econometrician: A Rational Model of Preference Understanding in Children
- The Lexical Stroop Sort (LSS) picture-word task: a computerized task for assessing the relationship between language and executive functioning in school-aged children.
- The Quality of Online Resources Available to Patients Regarding Cannabidiol for Symptomatic Relief of Hip or Knee Arthritis is Poor.
- The association of age, literacy, and race on completing patient-reported outcome measures in pediatric oncology.
- The association of oral hydroxyurea therapy with improved cognitive functioning in sickle cell disease
- The coherence of memories for trauma: evidence from posttraumatic stress disorder.
- The consent process and children
- The culture of faith and hope: patients' justifications for their high estimations of expected therapeutic benefit when enrolling in early phase oncology trials.
- The development and flexibility of gaze alternations in bonobos and chimpanzees.
- The development of Japanese passive syntax as indexed by structural priming in comprehension.
- The development of a web- and a print-based decision aid for prostate cancer screening.
- The experimental imperative.
- The many faces of obligation.
- The role of conflict, feedback, and action comprehension in monitoring of action errors: Evidence for internal and external routes.
- The role of perceptual availability and discourse context in young children's question answering.
- The science on front-of-package food labels.
- Therapeutic misconception in early phase gene transfer trials.
- Three- and 5-year-old children's understanding of how to dissolve a joint commitment.
- Three-year-olds understand appearance and reality--just not about the same object at the same time.
- Twelve-month-olds' comprehension and production of pointing.
- Two-year-old children but not domestic dogs understand communicative intentions without language, gestures, or gaze.
- Two-year-old children differentiate test questions from genuine questions.
- Two-year-olds exclude novel objects as potential referents of novel words based on pragmatics.
- Two-year-olds grasp the intentional structure of pretense acts.
- Understanding of speaker certainty and false-belief reasoning: a comparison of Japanese and German preschoolers.
- Understanding parental refusal of permission for child participation in surgical prospective trials.
- Understanding patient experience in university-based dermatology clinics: Time motion analysis.
- Updated standardized endpoint definitions for transcatheter aortic valve implantation: the Valve Academic Research Consortium-2 consensus document.
- Using Cognitive Interviews to Enhance Measurement in Empirical Bioethics: Developing a Measure of the Preventive Misconception in Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials.
- Validation of the Subjective Numeracy Scale: effects of low numeracy on comprehension of risk communications and utility elicitations.
- Varieties of Minimalism about Informed Consent.
- What Is Adequate Understanding?
- Why Have Uniform Informed Consent Documents When the Research Volunteers Are So Diverse?
- Working Toward an Improved Understanding of Chronic Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 4.
- Young Children Understand the Role of Agreement in Establishing Arbitrary Norms-But Unanimity Is Key.
- Young German children's early syntactic competence: a preferential looking study.
- Young Infants' Word Comprehension Given An Unfamiliar Talker or Altered Pronunciations.
- Young children mostly keep, and expect others to keep, their promises.
- Young children understand and defend the entitlements of others.
- Young children understand multiple pretend identities in their object play.
- Young children use shared experience to interpret definite reference.
- Young children's responses to guilt displays.
- Young children's understanding of cultural common ground.
- Young children's understanding of denial.
- Young children's understanding of joint commitments.
- Young children's understanding of markedness in non-verbal communication.
- Young children's understanding of the context-relativity of normative rules in conventional games.
- Young toddlers' word comprehension is flexible and efficient.