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Mapping brain activity during loss of situation awareness: An EEG investigation of a basis for top-down influence on perception (2014)
Journal Article
Catherwood, D., Edgar, G., Nikolla, D., Brookes, D., Baker, S., White, S., & Alford, C. (2014). Mapping brain activity during loss of situation awareness: An EEG investigation of a basis for top-down influence on perception. Human Factors,

Objective: The objective was to map brain activity during early intervals in loss of situation awareness (SA) to examine any co-activity in visual and high-order regions, reflecting grounds for top-down influences on Level 1 SA. Background: Behavior... Read More about Mapping brain activity during loss of situation awareness: An EEG investigation of a basis for top-down influence on perception.

The Therapist’s Experience of the Therapeutic Relationship at the Time of Termination (2014)
Book Chapter
Fragkiadaki, E., & Triliva, S. (2014). The Therapist’s Experience of the Therapeutic Relationship at the Time of Termination. In P. T. Fenton (Ed.), Psychoanalytic Theory: Perspectives, Techniques and Social Implications, 185-206. Nova

The therapeutic relationship is an odd and unusual relationship. Both therapists and patients invest a great deal of time and become parts of each others’ lives in an atypical manner. From the very outset of this relational encounter, therapists are... Read More about The Therapist’s Experience of the Therapeutic Relationship at the Time of Termination.

Effects of mixing alcohol with caffeinated beverages on subjective intoxication: A critical review and meta-analysis (2014)
Journal Article
Benson, S., Verster, J., Alford, C., & Scholey, A. (2014). Effects of mixing alcohol with caffeinated beverages on subjective intoxication: A critical review and meta-analysis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 47, 16-21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neubiorev.2014.07.008

It has been suggested that mixing alcohol with energy drinks or other caffeinated beverages may alter the awareness of (or ‘mask’) intoxication. The proposed reduction in subjective intoxication may have serious consequences by increasing the likelih... Read More about Effects of mixing alcohol with caffeinated beverages on subjective intoxication: A critical review and meta-analysis.



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